Rocky Mountain High School
Rocky Mountain High School of the Poudre Valley School District, opened in 1973 and was expanded and renovated during the 1994–95 school year. With the need for a new roof recognized, United Materials began work in June of 2017, with the scope of installation 614 squares, expecting project completion in August of 2017. Once it was decided that the roofing felts would be left in place, the loose rock was swept from the existing built-up roofing system, and the remaining gravel surface was scratched to the felts. The job calls for the installation of a layer of 2.5” polyisocyanurate insulation, along with one layer of ½” JM Dura Board set in JM One-Step Adhesive. One layer of base sheet will also be set in cold adhesive, with the final layer consisting of a fire resistant mineral surfaced cap sheet. The school district will also enjoy the protection of the Johns Manville 20-Year No Dollar Limit manufacturer’s warranty.
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