Look, up in the sky … it's DaVinci Roofscapes!
Yes indeed, there are several unique commercial projects underway right now throughout the country that are getting polymer roofing added. These projects aren't complete yet, but we wanted to give you a sneak peek at the lightweight roofing systems being installed on these prestigious projects.
Wardman Towers – 32 luxury residences in the 11-story Wardman Towers are currently being renovated. Atop the historic building in Washington, DC the roof is also being replaced — with Single-Width Slate composite roofing in a Slate Gray.
Hawes Place – At the New Hope Baptist Church in Boston, work is underway to convert the historic church structure into condos. Atop the building a custom color blend of DaVinci Multi-Width Slate is being installed. A striking combination of Medium Green, Dark Green, Dark Tan and Green Stone will grace the roof of this structure.
Mississippi State University – Construction is underway at MSU of an impressive three-level building with 20 classrooms on the top level and parking for 150 cars on the bottom two levels. The new structure will be capped off with a Single-Width Slate luxury roof from DaVinci in a Slate Gray color.
Granville Assisted Living – The Middleton of Granville Assisted Living facility is being constructed in Granville, Ohio. The $18.3 million community consists of 94 assisted living and memory care units in a park-like setting. A Bellaforté Slate roof in Slate Black will top the 92,000 square foot single story facility.
Want to learn about more composite shake and imitation slate roof product used on commercial projects across the country? Then check out DaVinci Roofscapes Goes Commercial!