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 generous gift was donated specifically to the Anderson School, WisePies Arena and the tennis complex. [i]

Ian McKinnon is an Albuquerque native who worked for 20 years Ziff Brothers Investments. He currently is the founding partner of Sandia. McKinnon received his MBA from the Harvard School of Business. [ii]

Video Ian McKinnon 2018 commencement speech at UNM

The new McKinnon building is a sustainable structure in which its aesthetics are a reflection of the rich craft culture of the American Southwest as well as progressive advanced architecture. Building design allows users to enjoy natural light and a connection with the natural environment. This design will not only bring the University of New Mexico into the forefront of progressive architecture but create a highly productive learning environment as well.  Read more about the design here.

Architecture on this beautiful building was done by FBT Architects. General contracting services by McCarthy Building Companies. Roofing system installation performed by Progressive Roofing Albuquerque. The roofing system was made up of 60 mil fully adhered TPO in white and manufactured by John Manville. Roofing installation went smoothly and safe.