Dynamic National was entrusted with the installation of a wide variety of roofing systems for the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church project. The challenging scope of work demanded a diverse workforce and a critical path management approach. Attention to detail was of the utmost importance, as the intricate exterior of the church required extensive waterproofing details and true thru-wall flashings where brickwork met lower tile roofs.
The flat roofs were a standout feature, consisting of 7 different areas of Carlisle 135 Mil PVC Kee membrane roofs installed in hot asphalt over R-25 insulation and coverboard. The EDCO metal tile, with its unique and intricate design, was a key feature of the exterior. The extensive brickwork was expertly incorporated into the roofing systems, with large coping caps tying into cornice metal on both sides of the parapet walls.
The crowning achievement of the project was the installation of metal tile on the top of the Bell Tower at 120′, making it a focal point of the campus. This project truly exemplified the customer’s and architect’s desire for the church to be a standout achievement, and Dynamic National was proud to be a part of bringing that vision to life.