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Angled Gables in Marquis Orange Brightens a School’s Facade

by Toni Rahn
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More than 18,000 square feet of Petersen’s Tite-Loc Plus roof panels in distinct Marquis Orange help emphasize the angled gables topping the Greater Latrobe School District’s new Latrobe Elementary School. The 22-gauge panels, along with 3,800 square feet of .032-gauge PAC-CLAD 750 soffit, complement the classic terra-cotta-toned brick that clads the upper two-thirds of the school’s façade.

Latrobe is located within easy driving distance of several popular Pennsylvania ski areas, and the design by Axis Architecture has a bit of a Swiss chalet feel to its roofline. The firm also was the architect for the school district’s recently completed athletic complex, which features a similar multi-tiered profile.

Roofing contractors faced a challenge when they began to bring this plan to life: acoustical deck for half the building was running in the wrong direction. “To make the project work, 16-gauge hat channel had to be installed over half of the project to ensure correct clip attachment,” said Robert Ramella, with installer Pennsylvania Roofing Systems.

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Project Overview

Location: Latrobe, Pennsylvania

Building: Latrobe Elementary School

Architect: Axis Architecture
Roofing Contractor: Pennsylvania Roofing Systems, Inc.

Roofing Panel: 22-Gauge PetersenTite-Loc Plus Panels in Marquis Orange

Soffit: .032-Gauge PAC-CLAD 750 Soffit in Marquis Orange

Photos courtesy of www.hortonphotoinc.com

Toni Rahn
Author: Toni Rahn

Toni Rahn is a former managing editor of Metal Roofing Magazine. For current editorial contacts, see our About Us page: https://readmetalroofing.com/about-us/

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