Chiricahua National Monument Demolition and Re-Roof
This project consisted of the demolition and re-roof of three buildings located at the Chiricahua National Monument, about 35 miles south of Wilcox, AZ. The existing shingle roofs were replaced with a metal standing seam roof. Rain gutters and associated hardware, 5” aluminum seamless gutters and down spouts where also replaced.
Scope of Work
- Demolition of existing roofing materials down to the substrate, all gutters, downspouts and drip edges.
- Install a metal standing seam roof system, minimum 24 gage thickness. The roof system included a weather barrier underlayment.
- Provide all necessary materials including trim and flashing, fasteners, and sealants.
- Replace gutters with 5 inch seamless gutters and down spouts.
- Roof penetration flashing; install preformed metal flashing to meet metal roof manufacturer’s requirements for attaching and sealing.
- Managed multiple suppliers, vendors and subcontractors.
- Effectively managed on-site personnel meeting high quality and safety standards along with effective tenant relations.
- Fall protection.
- Public safety for occupied areas.
- Simultaneous management of multiple phases with multiple disciplines and schedules (other work was also contracted in the area simultaneously).
- Access to sites.