McShane Construction Company awarded PetersenDean a $1.2 million roofing project that will entail work on a new commercial facility underway in Newark, California. Known as the Cherry Logistics Center Warehouse, the new building will occupy a 29-acre site and house industrial space upon completion. It is being developed by American Realty Advisors and McShane Development Company.
Sustainable products will be integrated into the facility, which is being designed with the goal of obtaining LEED Silver Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). The roofing solution that has been chosen is a Johns Manville 4GNC Hot Applied Built-Up Roofing System, which will be installed over a structurally sloped plywood deck. Built-up roofing systems include extra protection in the form of multiple layers or plies of roofing felts, which make them particularly resistant to damage from hazardous weather conditions.
- Will house industrial space upon completion
- Designed to obtain LEED Silver Certification
- Rising on a 29-acre site
- Located in Newark, California
- Johns Manville 4GNC Hot Applied Built-up Roofing System
- Structurally sloped plywood deck