Evergreen Public Schools Silver Star Elementary School Roof Replacement Project

Project Data
Year Completed 2018
Client Evergreen Public Schools
Services Roofing
Category Education
Cost $772,600
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Evergreen Public Schools implemented a roof replacement project at Silver Star Elementary School in Vancouver, WA.  PRC was retained by the District to produce Roof Replacement Construction Documents and assist the District with bidding the project.  Drawings and specifications were developed for a single ply replacement roof system to meet District standards.  Due to ongoing roof leaks and the presence of two existing roof assemblies, the project included full tear off down to deck level.  A self-adhered vapor barrier was applied followed by an insulation assembly consisting of R-38 polyiso and high density polyiso cover board.  An induction welded KEE membrane was then installed.  Drainage was improved by adding large tapered sumps and increasing cricket slope angles to effectively divert water to drainage devices.  Roof access hatches were replaced and included safety posts and ballasted safety rail to reduce fall hazards.  HVAC unit supports were upgraded to provide non-penetrating details and allow flexibility in mounting future replacement units.  PRC provided QA/QC inspection services through the course of construction with interim site visits and documented recommendations and progress with field reports.  The project was successfully concluded in the fall of 2018.Evergreen Public Schools implemented a roof replacement project at Silver Star Elementary School in Vancouver, WA.  PRC was retained by the District to produce Roof Replacement Construction Documents and assist the District with bidding the project.  Drawings and specifications were developed for a single ply replacement roof system to meet District standards.  Due to ongoing roof leaks and the presence of two existing roof assemblies, the project included full tear off down to deck level.  A self-adhered vapor barrier was applied followed by an insulation assembly consisting of R-38 polyiso and high density polyiso cover board.  An induction welded KEE membrane was then installed.  Drainage was improved by adding large tapered sumps and increasing cricket slope angles to effectively divert water to drainage devices.  Roof access hatches were replaced and included safety posts and ballasted safety rail to reduce fall hazards.  HVAC unit supports were upgraded to provide non-penetrating details and allow flexibility in mounting future replacement units.  PRC provided QA/QC inspection services through the course of construction with interim site visits and documented recommendations and progress with field reports.  The project was successfully concluded in the fall of 2018.