The Meydenbauer Center is a 76,000-square-foot, 4 level, performing arts and assembly space known for hosting world-class events, concerts and conferences. Initially constructed in 1991, the center is a steel-framed structure with a single-ply PVC roof. There are also sections of modified bitumen torch down roofing and plaza waterproofing.
Concerned about the aging facility and experiencing issues with the roof related to moisture, facilities staff at the well-known performance center knew who to call. Luckily, our team was able to assess the building envelope, existing mechanical equipment, elevators and escalators, and roofing components to determine the extent of the need to replace and upgrade roofing and other parts.
With the assistance of onsite staff, our conclusive investigation included exploratory openings and visual observations of all 16 sections of the roof and graded each segment in terms of remaining service life.