Berkeley Carroll is a four-building school located in Brooklyn’s Park Slope Historic District. The project consisted of roof replacements and exterior restoration at all four buildings. The new roof at the Institute Building featured a new standing seam copper roof on one side and a new slate roof on the other side of the building. A new standing seam copper roof was installed at the North Building, and new faux slate roofs with matching, eco-friendly tiles were installed at the Main Building and Stair A. The skylight at the Main Building was replaced, a new skylight was installed at the North Building, and a skylight at the Institute was removed and replaced with the new roofing system. Each building received new metal counter flashing, new sub-coping flashing, and a variety of new copper elements unique to each roof, such as roof vents, ridge caps, gutters & downspouts, and decorative parapet cladding. Work also included masonry replacement, limestone patching, and repointing mortar joints throughout the educational complex. 


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