Metalmaster Roofmaster Retrofits Firehouse Roof

Metalmaster Roofmaster was called upon to replace the original roof with 30,000 square feet of 24-gauge, Berridge Cee-Lock roof panels.

Station 20 was originally built in 1996 and contains the usual firehouse amenities as well as offices for the chiefs, the fire prevention bureau, lieutenants, training officers and fire district board members. It also includes a built-in safety training house, which is used to teach basic fire safety to children.

Additionally, the building features nine bays for fire trucks and ambulances along with a four-story tower used for multiple training exercises including hose advancement, fire attack, search and rescue, rappelling and laddering.

In March 2017, Metalmaster Roofmaster was called upon to replace the original roof with 30,000 square feet of 24-gauge, Berridge Cee-Lock roof panels. Metalmaster also custom fabricated and installed 40 downspouts using the same 24-gauge Berridge sheet metal material as the roof. Snow retention was required along most of the roof and Metalmaster installed 800 linear feet of Sno Gem’s iClad-S system in Metallic Champagne to match the roof.

Project Overview
Location: Deerfield Bannockburn Fire Protection District—Station 20, Deerfield, Illinois
Roof Specs: 30,000 square feet—Berridge Cee-Lock, 24 gauge,
16-1/2” panel width, Metallic Champagne
Roof Fabricator & Installer: Metalmaster Roofmaster, McHenry, Illinois
Architect: DLR Group, Chicago, IllinoisGeneral Contractor: Riley Construction, Lake Bluff, Illinois
General Contractor: Riley Construction, Lake Bluff, Illinois
Snow Retention Specs: 800 linear feet—Sno Gem iClad-S System—1” Standard Sno Cube, Metallic Champagne to match
Snow Retention Installer: Metalmaster Roofmaster, McHenry, Illinois

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