About This Project
Bridgewater, VA – 4,900 sf
After a comprehensive assessment of necessary improvements to Cole Hall, it was determined that the leaking roof required immediate attention. It was replaced with TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin) membrane roofing, complete with downspouts, copper counter flashings, and gutter repairs, and the lower wood cornice was removed and replaced using Fibertech Cornice to match the existing wood. After the roof replacement, focus was redirected inside where renovations included replastering of walls and ceilings, fresh paint, new carpeting, installation of 25 window shades to include six 95” by 144” motorized roller shades with wireless and wall mounted remotes, and installation of 120v outlets atop each of the six windows to power the new roller shades.
Originally built in 1929, the re-roofing of Cole Hall was crucial in order to maintain the structural integrity of the building so that it can continue to serve the students and staff of Bridgewater College for years to come.