Commercial roofing

An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about commercial roofing

Project • By Schulte RoofingChurches

The Woodlands Church of Christ

For The Woodlands Church of Christ a commercial roof replacement was designed and installed to join composition shingles and high-performance TPO into a single assembly for roofing in The Woodlands Texas.   BackgroundThe Woodlands Church of Christ is a large 35,346 square-foot building located just off of I45, outside of The Woodlands Roofing office. The church and its structure hold worship services, bible classes, youth lectures, and host special events for the community. Because of its congregation size and the growing surrounding area, the building was originally designed to maximize functional space and allow the congregation to grow. Since its original construction, the needs of the building have changed based on that growth, a... More

Project • By Schulte RoofingSports Centres

Central Texas Sports Medicine

For Central Texas Sports Medicine a Division 1 training facility designed for athletes by athletes. The 70k sqft facility required hard-to-find flat roof and metal roof materials to be combined into 1 commercial roofing assembly. Installing the material with a credible College Station roofer performs according to architect design and manufacturer specifications further prevents water ponding and pooling.   BackgroundOpened in 2016, the Central Texas Sports Medicine building, also known as the D1 building, is a Division 1 sports training facility designed by athletes for athletes. The facility is expansive, designed to give athletes enough space for medical assistance, rehabilitation, and training. To cover that space and to allow eas... More

Project • By Schulte RoofingPlaygrounds

Bright Football Complex

For Bright Football Complex an agile, multi-team approach to a $20M total renovation for the Texas A&M Football Program that was impacted by hailstorms. To install the new commercial roofing assembly on the complex addition, we deployed a commercial roofing team that specializes in large-scale commercial new construction roofing. Simultaneously, we deployed another College Station roofing team that handled the roof replacement of the complex’s 2-year-old failed assembly. We joined the replacement and new construction together with pavers on the front side of the building to create a new functional courtyard and entrance.   BackgroundTexas A&M’s Bright Football Complex is home to the Texas A&M Football Program... More

Project • By Schulte RoofingHotels

The Stella Hotel

For The Stella Hotel with its sleek modern architecture and timeless finishes, The Stella Hotel is truly one-of-a-kind. Completed in 2017, it was the first independent full-service hotel in Bryan-College Station, Texas. We also managed concrete experts who could perform onsite moisture testing to assist College Station roofer and engineering staff involved in commercial roofing assembly. BackgroundWith its sleek modern architecture and timeless finishes, The Stella Hotel is truly one-of-a-kind. Completed in 2017, it was the first independent full-service hotel in Bryan-College Station, Texas. The Stella Hotel anchors Lake Walk, the vibrant 180,000 square-foot town center of ATLAS, and the Traditions Club. The 176-key property is next t... More

Project • By Schulte RoofingHousing

Texas Casual Cottages

Texas Casual Cottages searched for residential roofing and they needed a roofing contractor who could fit their construction process and had a reputation for consistently good work. We successfully synced our staff of roofing company in Brenham for production and installation teams across each project, designing and building each roof.   BackgroundWhether you’re building a weekend retreat or a permanent residence, Texas Casual Cottages, will build your custom home on your land in the country. If you’re looking for a farmhouse, ranch house, or guest cottage, the custom builder can create your one-of-a-kind home with their turnkey approach. This method has simplified the construction process for thousands of homeowners. It... More

Product • By sofSURFACES Inc.duraSTRONG® Rubber Walkway Pads

duraSTRONG® Rubber Walkway Pads

duraSTRONG® Rubber Walkway Pads are a safe, simple and economical utility surface option for roofing membrane protection. Designed for all high-traffic areas, including access doors, roof hatches, HVAC units, and anywhere access is needed to service rooftop equipment, duraSTRONG has you covered. The patented KROSLOCK design connects all tiles together ensuring that they stay in place while increasing ease and speed of installation. By utilizing 100% recycled rubber and performance proven in the harshest climatic conditions, duraSTRONG Walkway Pads provide an extremely durable and economical solution to protect your rooftop from damage due to foot traffic and maintenance work. For nearly three decades we have set the standard for safety... More

Product • By sofSURFACES Inc.duraSTRONG® Rubber Paving Tiles

duraSTRONG® Rubber Paving Tiles

You take pride in your property. Keep it looking its best with duraSTRONG Rubber Paving Tiles from sofSURFACES. For over three decades, we have set the standard for safety, durability and value. Slip-resistant and able to withstand the toughest weather conditions, duraSTRONG exterior rubber paving tiles are perfect for both commercial and residential applications, offering a long-lasting and affordable solution for outdoor living areas. PLUS SERIES COLORS: Economically manufactured using recycled materials exclusively, duraSTRONG Plus Series offers the same durability and safety performance as our Premium Series at a more economical price. Plus Series is manufactured using 100% recycled rubber. Elongated rubber strands are utilized in th... More

Project • By Contrarian Metal ResourcesAirports

Sacramento International Airport

The Sacramento County Airport System determined the need to modernize and upgrade Sacramento International Airport in response to the growth and passenger demands of the Northern California region. The existing Terminal B, which opened in 1967, was outdated from a technology perspective and not appropriately sized to handle current and future passenger growth. Corgan Associates Inc., in association with Fentress Architects, were selected to develop the new program. The new Central Terminal B, Airside Concourse and Automated People Mover were designed to meet the air travel needs of the region, accommodate the requirements of the airport, and reflect the Sacramento “sense of place.” “We had a truly collaborative relationship and desig... More