Camp Clark Headquarters

Renovation & Re-Roof/Re-Skin

Client:
Missouri National Guard
End Use:
Headquarters & Warehouses Re-Roof
Project Location:
Camp Clark, MO
Square Footage:
17,000 Sq. Ft.
Description:

Camp Clark serves as a training center for the Missouri National Guard. The 275 buildings on the post include the headquarters with two warehouses built during 1942. The original tar-and-felt roofs on these three facilities were replaced during the ‘80s with single-ply membrane roofs. One of the warehouse buildings had a history of recurring roof maintenance problems prior to serious storm damage that initiated the re-roof.

After exploring numerous design alternatives, the decision was made to cover the three adjacent buildings and an intermediate open loading dock under a single 55' x 309' VSR™ architectural standing seam metal roof system by Butler Manufacturing. The new roof was installed on a slope build-up framing and support system—also by Butler. This created a 4:12 hip roof over the previously flat and convex roofs on the buildings. The new roof assembly includes 3"’ of faced fiberglass insulation to improve energy efficiency.

The project was awarded to BlueScope Construction as a supply-install contract through the GSA Federal Supply Schedule. This cut more than a year off the typical timetable for design, procurement and construction of projects of this nature. Butler supplied and installed an attractive and weathertight architectural standing seam roof backed by the best warranties in the industry. The flat and convex roofs on the buildings were altered to a high, hip-type profile for an improved appearance and to more quickly drain water, eliminating the maintenance problems of the past. Energy efficiency was significantly enhanced as well.

Camp Clark Headquarters
Camp Clark Headquarters
Camp Clark Headquarters
Camp Clark Headquarters
Download Project Profile GS44 Camp Clark Reroof.pdf (1.45 MB)

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