The 621 Skytop Road building is a mutli-use facility that includes noise sensitive and odor sensitive labs and clinics.
The building was occupied during construction. Roof areas were completed in a phased sequence and accelerated to accommodate the tenant use within the building and cause the least amount of disturbance during existing roof removal and new installations.
The existing EPDM roof membrane and rigid insulation were recycled as part of the project. A single-ply KEE roof membrane was chosen based on the minimal amount of rooftop equipment on the building and the relatively low slopes of the existing metal decking. Penthouse roof and roof level transition access ladders were replaced and a new lightning protection system was installed.
"Bell & Spina's impeccable credentials as exterior envelope specialists, steadfast attention to detail and unparalleled concern for a quality project, set them apart from other architectural firms."
— Jan June, Director of Facilities at Finger Lakes Community College