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Multi-level metal roof is easy to install on credit union

The opening of the new Public Employees Credit Union branch in Round Rock, Texas, marks the credit union’s sixth location throughout the state. The 3,900 sq. ft. facility presents a substantial yet inviting, contemporary image to the community and customers alike.

The roof design includes numerous levels and planes that cover the offices and drive-thru lanes. Approximately 7,000 sq. ft. of Petersen’s PAC-CLAD 24 gauge Snap-Clad panels finished in Medium Bronze highlight the facility. Medium Bronze is a PAC-CLAD Cool Color that meets performance criteria for emissivity and reflectivity.

Installation of the Petersen roof was performed by Sheet Metal Professionals in Lacy Lakeview, Texas. The job was relatively straight-forward according to Victor Salazar, project manager/estimator. “We followed the plans and specifications and there really weren’t any issues. We do a lot of work with the Snap-Clad profile and like the easy way it installs with no seaming required,” Salazar said.

Architectural design was created by Spencer Group Architects, Round Rock.

The general contractor on the project was Navcon Group in Round Rock. Salazar noted that Sheet Metal Professionals installed a PAC-CLAD system on another recent Navcon Group project.