Hall of Languages, Syracuse University
58,000 sq ft slate roof / 12,000 sq ft siplast
The Hall of Languages is the oldest building on the Syracuse University Campus, whose prominent location marks the entrance to the Syracuse University Quad. Diamond Roofing removed asbestos containing roofing materials and existing builtup roofs – replacing these flat roof areas with a Siplast Granulated 30 Year Roof System, removing asphalt shingles on all perimeter walls and tower roofs, replacing rotted wood decking, and replacing these areas with multi-colored slate, intricately patterned, and installing new copper barrel vault roofs and relining the gutters. Diamond ensured the safety and comfort of all students and employees of Syracuse University throughout this project – all while meeting a strict 3-month deadline.