New Roofing System for Odessa Shannon Middle School

Recently, Cole Roofing constructed a new roof on the brand-new middle school in Montgomery County near Silver Spring. We’re delighted to have been part of this leading-edge facility’s production, completing the project’s roofing portion on time and on budget for the opening.

Take a tour of the school with this video produced by Montgomery County:

Cole Roofing offers its clients competence and capacity. With over 100 years of experience at Cole Roofing, we make challenging roof projects successful.

Cole Roofing completes a roof renovation at Howard County Medical Pavilion

This summer Cole Roofing completed a full roof renovation at 10710 Charter Drive in Columbia for the
busy medical center. Even as patients continued to come and go and receive essential services, Cole
preformed the project on a very tight timeline. Included was a TPO tapered roof system and a crisp,
clean metal panel system. Both our general contractor and their customer were delighted with the end-
result of the Cole project..

Stanley Black and Decker Headquarters

In the summer of 2022, Cole Roofing worked at the Stanley Black and Decker headquarters in
Towson to remodel the facility roof and add sharp-looking yellow and black metal panels to the
front of the building. The project includes 2,400 square feet of Omega-Lite metal wall panel
system in Stanley corporate colors. The new panel system gives the structure a renovated and
modern look.

St. Frances Academy Project Spotlight

Baltimore’s St. Frances Academy completes roof renovation on its Historical Campus

Cole Roofing Company recently completed an historically significant project at the St. Frances Academy at 501 E Chase Street in Baltimore. Why significant?

The St. Frances Academy was founded by Mother Mary Lange in 1828. It’s buildings on Chase Street were constructed in 1870. The aging roof suffered holes and leaks, and therefore inhibited any renovation of the building’s interiors. Adding to the complexity of the job is the need to maintain the historic nature of the building.

The project was a challenge in the set up and logistics. A full OSHA approved scaffold over six stories tall needed to be erected around three sides of the building in order for the crews to safely access the work areas. The scope of work required multiple phases with coordination between Cole and the scaffold company. Sequencing of the shingles, painting and gutter restoration were critical to a smooth schedule with specific products applied in their correct order. Another a part of the job was select structural wood and finish wood replacement.and select copper component repair/replacement. Materials included architectural shingles, monolithic coating and New Copper sheet used throughout

Founded in 1917, Cole Roofing enjoys the challenging and unique commercial opportunities.
Both Cole Roofing and the St. Frances Academy are foundational organizations that positively
impact the lives of Baltimore area residents.

Upon the project completion, St Frances’ leadership was overwhelming happy with the results.

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