A food manufacturing facility in Ontario, Canada, had a 6-year-old thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) roof that was in drastic need of replacement. The roof of the facility was pushed to its limits with rooftop equipment, long snowy winters, and, most importantly, foot traffic from maintenance crews.
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The food processing facility owners, Landry White & Associates Consulting and FiberTite, worked together to determine the most effective roof design, which included a new vapor barrier, polyisocyanurate, mechanically fastened HD coverboard and FiberTite 50 mil XT membrane.
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