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  1. 1. Renovations, Repairs, Reconfigurations: Steel BuildingsLouis Gilmore: Miller Buildings Inc. LouisGilmore@MillerBldgs.com1408 Bethlehem PikeFlourtown, PA
  2. 2. Renovations: Steel BuildingsRenovations: -Façade improvement: pre-cast panels, climate controlled walls and roofing. -Roofing upgrade: Coatings, re-roofing, roof replacement. -Interior upgrades: Add diamond plate corners and kick-plates, touch-up paint, Burglar-bars, HVAC rooms, lockers, cart storage… -Curb appeal: Mansards, awnings, canopies, dormers Louis Gilmores Presentation – Miller Buildings
  3. 3. Pre-cast wall panels (Fiber Cement panels)Pre cast wall panels by: Nichiha, Hardie Plank, CertainTeed, others…
  4. 4. Pre-cast wall panels $ 5. 50/s f to $15 ./sf insta lled
  5. 5. Roof coatings and applicationsRusting roof: Bad image, corrosion has Roof coatings will revive appearance,started, leaking screws will cause extend roof life up to 15 years, costsdamage to stored goods. Roof about $1.50/sf to $3./sf installed.conditions may require a retro-fit roof or 30% less cost than roof replacement,a roof replacement (engineer required). Includes Manufacturers Warranty, Reduces Energy Costs: 90% UV reflective, Repairs Roof Leaks, Minimal Disruption, Long Term Solution, Cost Efficient Maintenance. Weather Barrier is a leading brand, for metal roofing.
  6. 6. Roof coatings: Steel BuildingsElastomeric Coatings: Liquid EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer): “Liquid rubber for roof repair”.Apply above 55 degrees. Power-wash dirt and grease, apply one coat rust-inhibiting bonding primer, 2 coats elastomeric coating. Applications of 20,000sf to 30,000sf/week…estimated at $1.50/sf installed.
  7. 7. Repairs: Steel Buildings: Painting walls and doors Before After
  8. 8. Case Study: Renovation: Mr. Storage
  9. 9. Retrofit roof replacement (Over Existing roof) New purlins, called Roof Huggers, are installed over the existing roof, centered over the existing purlins, about 5’ apart.
  10. 10. Retrofit roof replacement (Over Existing roof)A condensation barrier (R=3)is applied over the purlins. Agalvalume standing seam roofis attached to the new purlinswith clips, eliminating roofpenetrations.
  11. 11. Retro-fit wall replacementOpenings are cut in, and framed out for new windows. New Girts, insulationand wall panels are installed with trim. With the roof in place, the interior fit-out for the mezzanine and conversion can take place.
  12. 12. Steel plank floor system.Steel drop ceiling, insulated.
  13. 13. Ramp to 2nd floor$ 23,000.
  14. 14. Case Study: Renovation: Re-roof
  15. 15. Retro-fit re-roofing:Low profile screw-down roof…1979 Leaking at the ridge…Leaking at the eave Miller Buildings, Inc. Est. 1976
  16. 16. er ov w ht Ne rig f . led roo d. al n nst w d de s i do s a lin ew rim ur cr e t p s ew ting rakN is nd ex ve a ea
  17. 17. Special trim covers existing roof.
  18. 18. Condensation barrier added New standing seam roof
  19. 19. Standing seam panels, attached with clips.
  20. 20. Conversion: Existing building
  21. 21. $20./sf: Miller Buildings
  22. 22. Renovations: Interior upgradesDiamond plate cornerguards and kick-plates.
  23. 23. Repairs• Jamb replacement• Corner repairs• Trim damage• Roof damage• Graffiti removal• Snow/Ice damage, plow damage• Rust and corrosion repair
  24. 24. Steel Building Repairs: Piers “Old School” Steel pier: Circa 1977, rusted from salting for 33 winters.
  25. 25. Steel Building Repairs: Piers “Old School”Rusted structural steel has been removed and replaced, bolted intoplace, primer has been applied, ready for field paint. Cost $ 75. to $125./ pier replacement.
  26. 26. Steel Building Repairs: Piers “Old School”“Multi-Rib” header/jamb system, cheap to build, a challenge to repair…
  27. 27. Steel Building Repairs: Jambs: Modern designSnow plow damage
  28. 28. Steel Building Repairs: JambsGalvanized structural jambs, pre-painted jamb cover. Simple to replace, nopainting, no welding…$30./jamb cover Jamb covers installed. Before installing jamb covers…
  29. 29. Converting existing outdoor portablestorage to climate controlled space… •New Insulated roof •New insulated walls •New entrance doors •HVAC System •Lighting, electric, alarms… •Increased revenue •Engineering?
  30. 30. New retrofit roofing structure allows for a continuous 70’single slope roof, enclosing the existing structures, and thespace between the buildings.
  31. 31. 70’ standing seam roof sheets cover all (6) buildings
  32. 32. New insulated wall system will allow for a perimeterhallway to access the existing units.
  33. 33. Steel Building Repairs: Corner damageSteel building components are simple to repair. Miller Buildings, Inc. Est. 1976
  34. 34. Steel Building Repairs: Trim damage 20’ Rake Trim: $56.1 Downspout: $30.
  35. 35. Vandalism NEW: Roof, walls, insulation, framed openings 65’x130’x21’ $ 65,000. or $7.70/sf iti ff G r LouG ra affit i
  36. 36. Reconfigurations: Adjusting the mix… Miller Buildings, Inc. Est. 1976
  37. 37. ReconfigurationsConvert outside access unitsinto indoor climate controlledunits. Recessed entry area
  38. 38. ReconfigurationsConvert indoor accessLARGE units into smallunits. Increase revenue
  39. 39. Reconfigurations: Adding small units (outside)
  40. 40. Reconfigurations
  41. 41. Upgrades and preventative measures…Upgrades: Mansards, Canopies, Parapet walls.Preventative measures: Clean gutters, heat tape, snow-guards, Bollards, smoke detectors, heat detectors, fire extinguishers.Damage: Fire, Flood, Mud, Wind, Snow,Directional signs, one-way striping, reflective bollard covers. Miller Buildings, Inc. Est. 1976
  42. 42. Mansard structures
  43. 43. Canopy structures
  44. 44. Parapet walls
  45. 45. Vertical mansard
  46. 46. Gutters must to be cleaned!…wrong length screws trap leaves.
  47. 47. Prevent ice dams withsnow Guards and heatcables. $4./lf to $6./lf ?
  48. 48. Wood wedged between purlin and insulation , causingroof damage!
  49. 49. Natural disasters Endwall failure: HurricaneRoof failure: Blizzard Mudslide Tornado
  50. 50. Fire damage
  51. 51. Fire damage
  52. 52. Wind Damage
  53. 53. up -lift for ed llo w n: A e sig a ll d wP oor
  54. 54. Poor roof design: (18 years later) Failure and complete loss,damage to stored goods.
  55. 55. Fire Restoration: Roofreplacement, Door andfiller replacement, trimreplacement, newinsulation, new partitions.
  56. 56. Solar…Easy ?
  57. 57. • Solar equipment may add 3#/sf to 7#/sf• Most buildings, are designed to allow an additional 3#/sf collateral load. Many buildings are NOT designed for additional loads.• Solar equipment set on an angle, will effect the wind load, possible uplift issues may arise.• Any equipment attached to a roof panel will void the warranty• Standing seam Roof panels have a 20 to 30 year life. Solar panels are forecast to last 30 years.• Unbalanced snow drifting can be dangerous. Hire an engineer.
  58. 58. Renovations, Repairs, Reconfigurations: Steel Buildings Louis Gilmore: Miller Buildings Inc. 1408 Bethlehem Pike Flourtown, PA 19031 View this presentation at: Linked-In: Louis Gilmore