A Roof Deck Project Is Not a Place to Save Pennies (NY)

Paul Gans, project manager at New Bedford Management, has learned from experience that roof deck projects can turn into minefields. At several properties, he was hired when roof deck projects were partially complete – and headed for disaster. The problem was that the decks were being laid directly on the roof membranes.    Read the article……………


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