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Water collection and runoff were key issues in planning metal roofs for Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Farmington, Pa., because the annex's design was complex and had many small roofs.Water collection and runoff were key issues in planning metal roofs for Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Farmington, Pa., because the annex's design was complex and had many small roofs. Burns and Scalo Roofing Inc. installed Englert Inc.'s 0.032-gauge, 16-inch-wide Series 2000 Profile aluminum panels in Kynar-coated painted copper on a lodge annex, tavern, connector between the buildings and various smaller structures around a pool. The panels were rollformed on the job site. Additionally, Englert's B4000 mansard brown soffit material and S- 5!'s ColorGards were installed.

The 75,000-square-foot project replaced metal copper- coated and shingle roofs. The standing seam metal system was designed to unify the various structures. Coated metal materials were already used extensively on other rooftops throughout the complex.

Nemacolin Woodlands Resort is a 2,000-acre resort located in the Laurel Highlands of southwestern Pennsylvania. It features 318 guest rooms, suites, townhouses, private homes and the Falling Rock boutique hotel. The metal roof project was completed in January 2015.

Architect: DRS Architects, Pittsburgh
General contractor: Martik Bros. Inc., Pittsburgh
Installer: Burns and Scalo Roofing Inc., Pittsburgh
Roofing consultant: Brock Associates, Pittsburgh
Metal roof panels: Englert Inc., Perth Amboy, N.J., www.englertinc.com
Snow retention system: S-5!, Colorado Springs, Colo., www.s-5.com