This was a very unique project that had very restricted access. We persuaded the neighboring building to allow us to put a crane in their parking lot after hours in exchange for a gift basket. The roof panels are Fabral's Stand and Seam. This is a mechanically seamed panel designed for low-slope and radius roofs.
This was our first $1,000,000 project. The roof panels are AEP Span's Klip Rib. Some of the roofs have a staggered, transverse seam to accommodate the long lengths. The exposed fastener wall panels are AEP Span's Box Rib. Some of the downspouts are 6" round by 3/16" thick steel. The tallest weighs 825 lbs. We also made custom, soldered, stainless steel crickets behind the clerestories that are over 30' wide.
This is a very high-end mixed use building in Downtown Seattle. The First Floor is retail and Floors 2-6 are condominiums. We used Centria's CS620 for the body of the building and CS660 for the top floor accent band. We installed welded corners to create a continuous panel profile, designed custom Snap-Lock vent hoods integrated in the panels and hidden vent openings integrated in the fascia. Limited space would not allow for a conventional flush panel so we had MD Sheet Metal create and fabricate a low-profile flush panel for all of the soffits and Burgundy accent walls.