Featured ProjectsFort Bragg Town Hall
Fort Bragg Town Hall
Fort Bragg Town Hall roof rehab in process
Dunlap Roofing, Inc. was involved with the rehab of the Fort Bragg Town Hall. The work amounted to earthquake strengthening, re-roofing, painting and rehab work in general.
The General Contractor on this project was David Larkin, well known to all and a good personal friend of mine as well, not to mention he’s quite the good dirt biker.
The material selected for this project is Carlisle .080 mil thermoplasticployolephene (aka TPO). Since the very heavy rolls were unable to be lifted safely to the roof, and there was very little open work area, we rolled the sheets out and cut them to size down in the street and then handed them up for installation.
Part of the rehab work involved scraping, cleaning, strengthening and repainting of the parapet walls around the top of the building – the bracket work was custom made and installed by Woody’s Weld All and went all around the perimeter—turns out our 6 foot wide rolls of TPO fit just right between the bottom of the wall and the feet of the brackets.
With all of the brackets, access hatches, vents and other penetrations the roofing membrane roll out went slowly with lots of measuring, cutting and patching work needed, but I knew that would be the case going into this roof.
This project utilized the talents of multiple local contractors. The painting was done by Cesar’s crew from R & B Painting, the architects were locals from just down the street Leventhal, Schlosser and Newburger. The decorative balusters were supplied by European Wood Turning and installed by Dave Larkin and his crew.
According to Dave Larkin the project was completed on time and on budget.