In 2015, the Placer County Water Agency took on a tear-off roofing project, in which SOPREMA products were used. SOPREMA was the right choice for this project because the breadth of products met the designer’s needs, including meeting California Title 24 energy efficiency standards with the use of ENERGY STAR® rated SOPRASTAR® Flam. Another appealing aspect was the versatility of SENTINEL® P150, which allowed coverage for the vertical walls throughout the roofing system.
SOPREMA was selected for this project because of the relationships built with the architect, consultant, and contractor. They chose to use DUOTACK® to adhere the insulation and SOPRABOARD® to the upper deck. SOPRALENE® Flam 180 was the selected base ply and was covered with a SOPRALENE® Flam 250 FR GR SG cap sheet. To further seal the roof, all penetrations were waterproofed with ALSAN® RS.
The original design selected for the center left the project over budget, so the contractor and architect had to go back to the drawing board. After researching additional options, both Baker Roofing and Gantt Huberman Architects felt very comfortable with SOPREMA’s proven history and the ability to meet the Buy American requirement, so they selected the SENTINEL® line for the project.
SOPREMA’s SENTINEL line was the product of choice for this project because of its proven quality, competitive pricing and superior technical support. Platinum Roofing, the contractor for the project, utilized SENTINEL G150, SENTINEL H2O Bonding Adhesive, SENTINEL VCM, and SENTINEL Prefabricated Corners and Pipe Flashings to complete the roof.
Deer Meadow Primary School is a public elementary school located in Greencastle, IN. Designed with highly visible roofing architectural appearance on all sides of the building, a roofing membrane with color matching aesthetics and long-term performance was needed. SOPREMA®’s SENTINEL® Copper Art P150 HFB PVC was a perfect fit.
SOPREMA®’s Liquid Membrane System ALSAN® RS 230 was installed at the storage facility where the students build sprinkler systems, wood sheds, waste water systems, test materials and participate in team-building and problem-solving activities
The facilities management staff at Michigan State University is responsible for over 17,000,000 sq.ft. of roofs. When the staff determines that a re-roof of one of the 580 buildings on campus is necessary, options are limited to known and trusted manufacturers that offer systems with superior in-field performance, such as SOPREMA.
SOPREMA®’s SOPRASEAL® Stick VP self-adhered vapor-permeable air barrier membrane was installed to ensure a continuous air barrier with no moisture infiltration for this wall assembly requiring a “breathable” characteristic. It creates a solid barrier against air infiltration and exfiltration, which minimizes associated energy loss and condensation problems.
SOPREMA® waterproofing products were used during the museum’s expansion including COLPHENE® 3000 to provide watertight solutions for the foundation. This self-adhered waterproofing system is a flexible, versatile, dependable, roll-type waterproofing membrane.
Hazel Harvey Peace Elementary School is a point of pride for the 2010 Fort Worth Independent School District. The school district’s focus on sustainability and energy efficiency is enhanced with the use of the Soprastar® ENERGY STAR® rated reflective cap sheets.