Low Slope Roofing Portfolio
Since its founding in 1922, Midland Engineering Company has applied all types of low slope roofing systems - single-ply, built-up, and modified bitumen - to thousands of buildings throughout the Midwest. These include buildings unusual for their height (Chicago's 82-story Amoco Building), their architectural design (the Greater Columbus, Ohio Conventions Center), and the visibility of their roofing system (Chicago's United Center). Whether the job is complex or straightforward, new construction or replacement, Midland brings the same level of technical excellence, craftsmanship and attention to detail. View some of Midland's Low Slope Roofing Projects in the Low Slope Roofing Portfolio.
- 14th Tallest Building in the World (1,136ft)
- Tear Off 350 Tons of Existing BUR Roofing at night
- Temporary Roofing
- Fully Adhered and Mechanically Fastened 60 Mil Sarnafil PVC Membrane Roof
- Stainless Steel PVC Coated Flashings
Roofing and related sheet metal with vapor retarder, 2 layers 2.8 Isocyanurate and 72 mil reinforced PVC mechanically fastened bar and cover strip engineered system.
Roofing, related sheet metal and siding with vapor retarder, flat and tapered Isocyanurate insulation mechanically fastened and fully adhered reinforced PVC membrane.
SQ's: 2200 Project Pictures:
Zimmer (A Bristol-Myers Squibb Company), Warsaw, IN
Century Center, South Bend, IN
DuPage County Courthouse, Wheaton, IL
Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, OH
Indiana State Office Building, Indianapolis, IN
Memorial Hospital of South Bend, South Bend, IN