The State Capitol Building is an unmistakable piece of Colorado history—nobody passes through the city without noticing and admiring its shining dome. Now, the building also boasts a one-of-a-kind, equally impressive roofing system to complement the brilliance and longevity of the golden beacon.
As a result of the recent roof replacement on the 121-year-old Colorado State Capitol Building, every piece of metal on the historic building’s rooftop, from the standing seam panels to the shingles on the low-slope portions to the gutter, is now copper. The goal of the project was to provide a unique roof for the remarkable building that would last for generations to come. Copper was the perfect material to do so.
Revere Copper — www.reverecopper.com