pROJECTS

Historical

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Fort Worth Stockyards

Metal Roofing Project - 2019

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pROJECT SCOPE

This project features an auction arena located in the historic Fort Worth Stockyards District. A key part of this project was preserving Fort Worth’s livestock heritage. Our staff at Supreme used COR-TEN weathering steel designed to form a stable rust-like appearance after several years’ exposure to weather. With Supreme’s locally based    in-house sheetmetal workshop, all of detail work was able to be crafted in our own facility here in Dallas, Texas.

Education

Mount Holyoke
Art Building

Modified-Bitumen - 2019

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pROJECT SCOPE

Located in the heart of South Hadley, Massachusetts, you will see a beautiful art building on the campus of Mount Holyoke University. Founded in 1837, Mount Holyoke presented a great challenge for our team in trying to preserve a very historical look. However, our Supreme Roofing team successfully installed a modified-bitumen roof system and walkpads around the perimeter of the roof. This roof system by Siplast provided a sustainable solution, as well as a historical look.

Private School

north Dallas - 2020

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pROJECT SCOPE

A new construction project totaling 14,000 square feet of roof area with a clear-story elevated section in the center of the main building. Supreme installed a Siplast two-ply, cool roof modified-bitumen system, with veral roof flashings and  protective walk pads around every HVAC unit. On the screen wall, we wrapped the backside with a TPO membrane as an additional layer of waterproofing. An interesting part of this project was the 900 square foot paver patio. We installed a warrantable system that included tapered polyiso insulation, a cover board and Siplast TPO roof membrane beneath the Wausau paver system to meet the demands of the architect.

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SMU

Gerald Ford Stadium Paver Project - 2019

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pROJECT SCOPE

From the beginning of the project, we wanted to address the existing pavers on the roof. Heavy foot traffic by the athletic staff to record practices and broadcast games began breaking down the existing modified bitumen roof, which had concrete pavers on the membrane, weighing roughly 80+ lbs. each. The existing pavers deteriorated at the same rate. We recommended replacing the old pavers, with recycled rubber pavers. The recycled rubber pavers weigh significantly less than the existing pavers, preventing future damage to the newly restored membrane. The new rubber pavers provided the protection to the membrane needed to keep the roof watertight.

Brandeis University

Athletic Center - 2019

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pROJECT SCOPE

Approximately 11 miles west of Boston at the Athletic Center of Brandeis University, Supreme Roofing replaced a pre-existing ballasted roofing system with a new Firestone EPDM and coating. The existing metal roofs were starting to rust, and Brandeis made a great decision to go with a premium coating made by Firestone. Additionally, snow guards and gutters were installed on the metal roofs, as well as brand new O’Keeffe’s ladders.  On the west side of the EPDM roof, a special tradesman completed significant amounts of soldering on lead-coated copper coping caps. In total, the project emcompassed 224,000 sq. ft. 

 

Mount Holyoke
Mail Building

copper & Slate Project - 2019

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pROJECT SCOPE

Located in the heart of South Hadley, Massachusetts, you will see a beautiful mail building built along the Stony Brook River on the campus of Mount Holyoke University. Founded in 1837, Mount Holyoke wished to preserve their historic look from the inception of this project. There was a lot of focus on the copper and slate going into this project which Supreme was able to match to their campus identity. 

Hospitality

Tulsa Club Hotel

T.P.O. & Waterproofing project - 2018

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pROJECT SCOPE

This was a restoration effort on a once celebrated landmark in the bustling metropolis of Tulsa, Oklahoma at the Tulsa Club Hotel. This hotel was founded in 1925 when Tulsa became known as the “Oil Capital of the World”. In the last 20 years, the hotel received little maintenance, leaving lots of vegetation, grafitti and damage on the rooftop. Supreme was awarded the job of restoring the rooftop and installed a new T.P.O. system along with a waterproof deck coating in the common areas.

Churches

Life Church

Edmond (OK) T.P.O. - 2018

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pROJECT SCOPE

This LifeChurch project, located along I-35 in North Oklahoma City, involved an expansion of the front exterior of the building. Supreme came on-site and installed a new Firestone T.P.O. system on the expanded area of the building. The project required 90 days to complete, and the LifeChurch staff experienced no interuption in daily operations. This project marked the beginning of a new relationship between Supreme Roofing and LifeChurch.

Healthcare

OSU Medical Center

Tulsa (OK) Project - 2019

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pROJECT SCOPE

Nestled on the southwest edge of downtown Tulsa, you will find the Oklahoma State University Medical Center. This was a complete roof replacement project on what was originally a ballasted roofing system. Supreme installed a Soprema modified-bitumen roof over an area encompassing 735,000 sq. ft. 

Municipal

City Of Hurst

City Hall project - 2019

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pROJECT SCOPE

Located west of the DFW Airport, the City of Hurst City Hall was initially experiencing leaks and water infiltration around the windows, dome areas and the main roof. After a full tear-off, this project required two layers of insulation and a torch applied modified bitumen surface on the main roof areas. There was a great complexity involed in repairing the domes, ultimately requiring scaffolding to work around the dome areas. 

ROCKWALL PROJ SCREENSHOT

Rockwall County
Courthouse

Rockwall County (TX) - 2011

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pROJECT SCOPE

In terms of complexity, this project ranks near the top. The project required a tower crane to lift all the materials to the roof. The domes were hand crafted at ground level, lifted and installed on to the roof. All of the metal panels on the dome were custom made in-house at our Dallas office, allowing us to expedite the construction process. The NTRCA awarded Supreme the 2011 Golden Hammer award for the complexity and excellent craftsmanship involved in this project. 

City of Pueblo

purchasing Center Project - 2019

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pROJECT SCOPE

The City of Pueblo wanted a new look for their 100+ year-old purchasing office; so, to help them achieve their vision, the Supreme Team removed the existing combination of TPO and modified bitumen roof systems to expose the sloped concrete deck. Additionally, we removed a failing skylight which ran along 60 feet at the ridge of the structure and enclosed its curb to create an attractive accent to the roof line. After installing insulated nail base and proper venting, an architectural shingle system was installed to complete the facelift. Winter weather and days with prolonged high winds contributed to occasional work delays, but our quality-conscious crew ensured that even when temporary work stoppage was necessary, that the building was properly secured with no instances of water / moisture intrusion – evidence of what we mean when we say “Roofing Done Right”!

Retail

City Market

Delta (CO) - 2019

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pROJECT SCOPE

Originally, this was a bare metal roof building. We cut insulation to fit within the panel ribs, added insulation and installed plywood to create an acceptable substrate for the new EPDM roof system. Another challenge was that most of the motorized units for the fryers and ovens had to be raised, along with a new gutter system. All had to be done while the store was in operation, so timing was very important. Along with the roof, we had to install safety rails and ladders with additional steel on the interior of the facility in order to support the ladders.

Drug Store

Littleton (CO) TPO - 2019

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pROJECT SCOPE

Ten miles south of Denver, in Littleton, Colorado, Supreme replaced an existing EPDM roof that was leaking in multiple areas over a weekend. The project included installing a coverboard over the existing EPDM roof and then mechanically attaching the new Johns Manville TPO system including all new flashings. The big part of this project was the quick response time in which Supreme operated. 

Large Grocery Store

Roof Replacement Project - 2020

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pROJECT SCOPE

Supreme completed a roof replacement project located off I-75 and Forrest Lane, in Dallas, Texas.  The existing 68,000 sq ft roof system was roughly 20 years old, and at the end of its serviceable life.  To help minimize costs, Supreme was able to reuse the existing ballast in the roof replacement process.  After replacing all the field membrane and related wall, curb, and penetration flashings, Supreme capped off the project with new metal coping caps, gutters, downspouts and a protective paver system around all the HVAC Units.

king Soopers

fort Collins (CO) - 2019

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pROJECT SCOPE

The biggest challenge with this project was ground space. Our team had no room to setup on the ground while keeping the landscaping in-tact. Metal panels had to be replaced in three areas in front of the store. From the onset of the project, our crew focused on maintaining daily operations without sacrificing safety to anyone inside. With proper planning, we were able to complete all three areas safely throughout the day in order to keep all patrons and management happy and safe. Weather was a factor with the project taking place during the rainy season. Almost every afternoon, we received a shower or chance of rain, so we had to work accordingly.

City Market

Glenwood Springs (CO) - 2019

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pROJECT SCOPE

High in complexity, this particular grocery store project took place in western Colorado, about five hours west of Denver. The challenges of the project included preserving the fresh produce beneath the roof as well as battling the elements, including snow, sleet, and rain. Supreme brought 25 team members out to the job site for this roof replacement that included Firestone EPDM and UC-4 roofing panels, as well as recycled ballast from the initial roof. 

Emergency Repairs

KAY BAILEY SCREENSHOT

kay Bailey Hutchison

Emergency Repair Project - 2019

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pROJECT SCOPE

Located in downtown Dallas, KBHCC had a single-ply roof membrane rapidly deteriorating and causing major leak issues leading to interior damage at the front entrance. Our project management team created a new 24,400 sq. ft. roof system that fit the budget. We mechanically fastened a 45 mil. TPO membrane directly over the existing failing membrane. Our team installed this roof with the idea of giving the city multiple years to acquire the funding needed to install a 20 to 30-year roof system in the future, while eliminating any worries about leaks or interior damage in the meantime.  

WILBRAHAM & MONSON ACAD SCREENSHOT

Wilbraham & Monson
Academy

Emergency Repair Project - 2019

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pROJECT SCOPE

On a Friday in late fall, on the campus of Wilbraham (MA) Monson Academy, Supreme received a phone call that their EPDM roof had began to blow off the gymnasium. Within four and a half hours, our Supreme Roofing team was able to restore the EPDM material to its original position, preventing further leaks. Until it was able to be properly attached, our Supreme staff place Quikrete bags on top of the surface as a temporary ballast. 

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