The City of Galveston City Hall is a French Renaissance Revival building; damaged in the great storm of 1900, the staircase, tower, and the entire third floor were removed. A new City Hall was built in 1916 and was used as both a fire and police station. Zero/Six wrote the specifications and provided construction documents for the roof remediation project. Currently, the team is conducting quality assurance observations and additional construction administration tasks to ensure the seamless remediation of the existing clay tile roof in addition to the replacement of a 2-ply modified system that properly tapers to the drainage points.
Client: City of Galveston
Location: Galveston, TX
Project Status: December 2017
Type of Construction: Remediation