Denton County Juvenile Center

November 4th, 2019|

Denton County Juvenile Center  Working within the Denton County Juvenile Center is not an easy task.  Communication between construction crews, project management, and facility personnel is key to the success of the project. Coordination between Progressive Roofing and facility staff was in real-time in order to allow a smooth transition of children from one location to another.   Progressive Roofing performs 99% of all work which sets them apart from other contractors. Moreover, all workers are e-verified making Progressive Roofing a perfect match for high-security settings.   The project consisted of; McElroy metal-over-metal roof recover system (retrofit), 2” eps flu [...]

NPS SW Regional Office

October 22nd, 2019|

National Park Service - NPS SW Regional Office - Old Santa Fe Trail.   In 2018, the National Parks Service embarked on a $42 million historical preservation project of the SW Regional Office Building - part of the old Santa Fe Trail.  NPS SW Regional Office was constructed in the late 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, it is the largest in-use adobe office building. The Civilian Conservation Corps, via the Works Progress Administration, was depression and New Deal-era government program to provide jobs to young unemployed men.   The Old Santa Fe building stands at the edge of the Sangre [...]

McKinnon School of Management

July 11th, 2018|

School roofing is very diverse and its design is based on the needs of each individual institution. Progressive Roofing is proud to be part of the new McKinnon School of Management building at the University of New Mexico.  The new school sits where the old west wing of the Anderson School of Management was, which is at 1920 Las Lomas Rd. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87106. This new addition to the University of New Mexico was named after Ian McKinnon. His donation of $7.5 million was the single highest donation by a living individual in the university’s history. This [...]

University Roofing in New Mexico

June 12th, 2018|

University Roofing Progressive Roofing-Albuquerque is proud to have been part of the Farris Engineering Center 25.5 million renovation project.  The Farris Engineering Center is part of the University of New Mexico and houses the university’s Chemical, Biological, Computer, and Nuclear Engineering departments. The engineering center is located at 1901 Redondo Drive South NE, Albuquerque, NM.  The renovation was designed to maximize the reuse of demolition materials by over 85%, add 10,000 square feet to the first floor while renovating the original 67,000 square feet. A new high-efficiency building infrastructure was installed to reduce energy usage by more than 50%.[i]  [...]

ASU Biodesign Building C

May 16th, 2018|

ASU Biodesign Building C Progressive Roofing is honored to be part of Arizona State University’s Biodesign Institute master plan. This plan, when completed, will be a large four-building complex in which all buildings will be connected in some fashion.  This past April, work was completed on the 188,000 square foot building C of the ASU Biodesign Institute. Building C is five stories high with a basement. The basement will contain the world’s first compact X-ray free-electron laser. Top floors will consist of multidisciplinary research facilities. General contracting provided by McCarthy Building Companies Inc. and design services provided by [...]

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