Providence College, Koffler Hall
Koffler Hall was built circa 1930 with load-bearing brick masonry exterior walls. The roof, measuring approximately 7,000 sf, consists of a steep-sloped wood-framed structure, a wood plank deck, and asphalt shingles. The client requested Gale to provide design and consulting services for a new roof and accompanying drainage system. The design included a new watertight roof assembly and shingles matching those recently installed at other nearby campus buildings.
- Provided design, bid and construction administration services for the roof replacement
- Designed a roof system to comply with current Rhode Island State Building Code; performed field evaluation to determine existing conditions
- Developed design drawings and specifications suitable for distribution to contractors for bidding
- Provided construction phase services including, reviewing shop drawings and submittals, attending weekly meetings, and providing on-site observations of contractor’s operations