Chamberlin Roofing & Waterproofing Snags Several AGC Awards
Associated General Contractors recognized Chamberlin Roofing & Waterproofing with awards for three buildings based on design, innovation, final appearance and quality of finished product.
The awards were given as part of the Associated General Contractors (AGC) Outstanding Construction Awards Banquet in Austin, Texas.
Every year the AGC Austin chapter hosts the Outstanding Construction Award competition. Projects are judged on the difficulty in construction resulting from design, location, materials and unusual construction techniques. Final appearance and quality of the finished product and timeliness of completion are also factors in judging.
Chamberlin received awards for projects at Texas State University Round Rock Willow Hall, Skyloft EIFS and UT Engineering Education Research Center (EERC).
Texas State University Round Rock Willow Hall houses three departments from the College of Health Professions, offering state-of-the-art facilities for students and researchers and affordable healthcare services for the community. Chamberlin performed both roofing and waterproofing work in collaboration with General Contractor, The Beck Group. The waterproofing included installation of drainage composite, sheet waterproofing, thermal insulation, weather barrier, flashing and sheet metal, firestopping and joint sealants. The roofing portion of the job included installation of wood blocking, hot-modified roofing, cap wall and curb flashings.
Chamberlin’s efforts on the joint sealants on the Skyloft EIFS project led to receiving the Outstanding Construction Award at the AGC Banquet. Skyloft EIFS is a brand-new high-rise student housing development for students who want to live near University of Texas in the heart of West Campus in Austin, Texas. Chamberlin collaborated with General Contractor, KHS&S to complete the project in one year.
Chamberlin’s work with general contractor Hensel Phelps on UT Engineering Education Research Center took three years of hard work. Chamberlin’s work included wood blocking, cap installation, cap wall and curb flashings, hot-modified roofing and flashing and sheet metal. The EERC at The University of Texas at Austin will provide critical support and opportunities for UT’s future medical school and engineering education. The EERC’s 100,000 square feet of state-of-the art teaching and laboratory space will support new interdisciplinary research initiatives and major centers of excellence, in addition to providing new teaching space that will transform engineering education through interdisciplinary research collaborations.