The St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Mechanicsburg, PA needed a new roof. Re-roofing projects always demand extra attention to detail, to ensure that during the tear-off process down to the wood decking, the building’s interior contents are always protected.
Add to the equation that this job consisted of extremely long standing seam metal panel runs of 76’.That makes the job a unique challenge, in terms of material production, transport, handling and installation. Donald B. Smith of Hanover, PA
was definitely up to the task. And so was Petersen Aluminum.
The job consisted of nearly 18,000 square feet of 18” wide Snap-Clad standing seam panels with striations in .032 aluminum, finished in PAC-CLAD Kynar Medium Bronze. The 76’ panels were factory-formed in our Annapolis Junction, MD facility, and PAC coordinated with a specialty transport company to deliver the panels, all in perfect condition.
Getting the panels to the jobsite was half of the battle, and Donald B. Smith executed the job perfectly to install the panels in well, heavenly fashion. The project was completed in January, 2011.