CONTRACT VALUE: $3.1M
Work was performed at the Coconut Island research facility of the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, which is part of the University of Hawaii. Work involved: structural sub-framing system over existing standing seam roof; structural purlin bottom flange braces; pre-finished standing seam sheet metal roofing and flashing over underlayment, rigid insulation, fire barrier board, and galvanized steel deck; batt insulation in cavity between new metal decking and existing standing seam metal roofing; sheet metal gutter and downspout; PMMA roof coating, cementitious cover board on low slope roof over mechanical mezzanine; replace exhaust fans on low slope roof; replace exterior DEFS soffits and framing.
The existing building was occupied during the roofing project duration; as a result, protective measures were required to allow building occupant access and egress into the building, as well as select work was required to be executed on the weekend or during non-normal building hours.
All materials and manpower were brought in by barge, a key logistical challenge the Nan, Inc. team overcame while successfully completing this project.