A few of our projects are highlighted below. Please contact us for more information on these or other projects.
Evergreen Elementary School
St. Mary's County, MD
Built-Up Roofing, Hot-Rubberized Asphalt Roofing, Metal Roofing
Completed roofing system design for new LEED Gold certified school in St. Mary’s County, Maryland. Designed approximately 53,000 square feet of new roofing, including: reflective surfaced, built-up roofing membrane; new hot-applied rubberized asphalt roofing membrane covered with insulation, pavers and green roofing modules (PRMA configuration); and standing seam sheet metal roofing.
This school received its LEED Gold certification as well as the distinction of the Greenest School in the state of Maryland by school and state officials.
J. Van Story Branch Sr. Apartments
Built-Up Roofing, Hot-Rubberized Asphalt Roofing, Slate Roofing
EIFS Installation, Concrete Repairs, Window and Sliding Glass Door Replacement
Designed replacement of 325,000 square feet of flat roofing and 167,000 square feet of sloped roofing on this historic building as part of a design-build team. Designed several roofing systems including: coal tar built-up roofing membranes over existing sloped lightweight fill and tapered insulation; hot-applied rubberized asphalt roofing membrane covered with insulation, pavers and ballast (PRMA configuration) over concrete roof decks; and slate shingle roofing over steep sloped roof decks.
Completed investigation, report and design for facade and roofing restoration of existing brick masonry high-rise building. The design included: repair of existing brick masonry veneer; installation of a new EIFS system; replacement of 357 horizontal sliding windows, 34 fixed windows, 323 sliding glass doors and various storefront and curtainwall systems; AAMA testing of new windows and sliding glass doors; repair and recoating of concrete elements; installation of new balcony scuppers; and minor roofing repairs.
International Monetary Fund Headquarters
Dulles International Airport, C/D Terminal
Green Roofing, Hot-Rubberized Asphalt Roofing, PMMA Gutter Liner
Orleans Court Condominium
Ocean City, MD
Metal Roofing Retrofit, Cement Board Siding, Framing Repairs
Barefoot Country Condominium
Ocean City, MD
Rappahannock Regional Library
EIFS Restoration, Concrete Repairs, Railing Replacement, Window and Sliding Glass Door Replacement
Historic Wood Window Restoration
Completed investigation, report and design for facade restoration at 5 story ocean-front condominium. Design included: installation of an Exterior Insulation and Finish System over a leaking stucco coated concrete masonry unit facade on three elevations; repair and recoating of existing deteriorated stucco on one elevation; repair and recoating of existing deteriorated concrete walkways, balconies, stairs, landings and beams; replacement of 60 windows and 50 sliding glass doors with ADA compliant ramps; and installation of new aluminum railings and hurricane shutters.
Completed retrofit design to convert existing 18,300 square feet of flat roofing to over 24,000 square feet of new steep sloped metal roofing. The design included: installation of new prefinished aluminum, standing seam, structural roofing panels over new light gauge steel framing; new gutters and downspouts; and miscellaneous penetration flashings. Also completed design for facade restoration which included: repair of existing steel framing and reframing walls; installation of new windows and sliding glass doors; installation of cement board siding; and repair and recoating of concrete walkways, balconies, and stairs.
Completed investigation, report and design to restore the original wood framed, double-hung windows in this historic four story masonry building. Work included removal of existing paint (including lead abatement), restoring existing wood frames and sashes. The sashes were removed so the original glazing could be removed, the sashes could be modified to receive new insulated glazing. This procedure satisfied the client's desire for both improvement in energy efficiency while retaining the historic wood materials of the building.
Designed replacement of 150,000 square feet of existing roofing systems on both Headquarters 1 and 2 Buildings using hot-rubberized asphalt roofing systems in a Protected Roofing Membrane Assembly (PRMA). Design included: retrofit of existing roofing assembly to “Green” system incorporating extensive use of sedum mats in lieu of existing gravel ballast; removal and reinstallation of intensive green roof assembly and decorative stone overburden on interior terrace; and replacement of existing EPDM built-in gutter liners with polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) liners on large skylight assembly.
Designed 375,000 square feet of replacement roofing for almost the entire terminal building. Owner desired a short term roofing system with an anticipated lifespan of 10 to 12 years when the building would be demolished. Designed single ply TPO roofing system over coverboard over existing insulation (where dry). Specified hybrid fully adhered/mechanically fastened system utilizing induction welding of membrane to insulation plates.
1255 Linden Vue Drive
Canonsburg, PA 15317
10503 West Drive, Suite A
Fairfax, Virginia 22030
RESTORATION ENGINEERING, INC.
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church
Mockingbird Station Shopping Mall
Historic Wood Framing Restoration, Masonry Repairs, Partial Footing Replacement, Roof Replacement, Flashing Replacement
Structural Steel Design, Parking Garage Repairs, Roof Repairs
Completed investigation, report and design for structural and building envelope restoration at historic church built in 1766. Design included: restoration of historic timber framing using historic and current methods, including epoxy resin wood consolidation; repair and cleaning of historic brick masonry facade; partial replacement of concrete wall footing; replacement of existing roofing with new standing seam metal roofing; and replacement of sheet metal through-wall and window sill flashings.
Completed investigation and design for various structural upgrades at several locations inside and around Dallas shopping mall. Design included: installation of steel dunnage to support new cooling tower, rooftop unit and outside air ducts; strengthening of existing concrete members using Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP); installation of structural steel to support hanging installation of new mechanical units in retail ceiling space; installation of steel bracing members in air shaft and installation of new steel/concrete composite floor system at top of shaft; repair of concrete parking garage; and miscellaneous roofing work around new rooftop unit.