Soroco High School

Oak Creek (CO) Reroof - 2020

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Project Scope

The second re-roof project that Supreme completed for the South Routt RE-3 School District in 2020 was located at the Soroco High School, in Oak Creek, Colorado. 

The project totaled just over 17,000 SF, with the main areas of focus being the failing roof systems over the gymnasium and administrative sections of the building. The existing 20-year-old PVC system had reached the end of its serviceable life, and the District had been plagued with continual roof leaks for several years.

Working closely with the District’s design consultant, the Supreme team removed the PVC membrane, and installed a fully adhered 90-mil Firestone EPDM roof system. It was determined that much of the existing insulation could be retained; thus, only the wet or otherwise damaged sections caused by the failing PVC system were removed and replaced. This solution contributed much to the success of this project, both in significant cost savings to the District, as well as, reducing the amount of waste in area landfills. 

Our project was tied into an existing EPDM roof system which had been thoroughly inspected and found to be in good condition, providing the District with the highest quality and most cost-effective roofing solutions package possible; and one which will serve them well for many years to come.