Donations Make ‘Regal’ Metal Roof Possible
Bruns General Contracting
The Tippecanoe High School stadium located in Kyle Park and owned by the City of Tipp City underwent a new look last year. All of the construction costs were raised by private and corporate donors through the Tipp Pride Association.
The metal roof, which was chosen for its durability and need for little maintenance, is comprised of 24-gauge Regal Red SL150 Panels from Union Corrugating. The most difficult part of the installation was the flashing and making the section where the rotunda and slope meet align. Union Corrugating sent a field tech out to go over how to properly install the flashing. The field tech from Union Corrugating even got up in the lift, and helped Bruns General Contracting’s crew install the section to ensure proper installation.
Plans for other buildings, including home and visitor locker rooms, two ticket booths, and a visitor concession stand will be completed as funding becomes available. MR
Location:Tipp City Stadium, Tipp City, Ohio
Roofing Contractor: Bruns General Contracting
Architect: Alliance Engineering
Roof Measurement: Just over 5,000 sq. ft.
Panels: Union Corrugating SL150, 24 ga.
Underlayment: Mid States 60 mil HT
Coating: PVDF Fluoropolymer Coating with Kynar 500 Resin, Nominal 1.0 mil
Fasteners: Mostly concealed
Rain Handling: Gutters and downspouts