The iconic Brooklyn Apartments building needed a new roof as the old one was getting a bit sad and letting in water.
Nine floors, opposite Emily Place, in the heart of Auckland’s CBD meant coordination with Auckland Transport to keep public safe and conflict free with any existing public events and major works. Road closure management and safety personnel were required so a 100 tonne crane could be brought in on two separate Saturdays to lift up scaffolding and new roofing materials and then a down-lift any trash and old roofing materials.
Despite the Auckland weather not playing ball mid-way through Swift Roofing were still able to execute this one smoothly and efficiently.
Roofing Industries .55 Colour Steel Multirib Standard Profile long run sheets were used and the roof now positively glows.
Beautifully finished in .55 colour steel Spanlok 365 profile long run sheets from Roofing Industries.
If you’ve been to Browns Bay on Auckland’s North Shore then you’ve probably seen these buildings that line Inverness Road.
The second of this stretch of roofs Swift Roofing are managing. Due to sensitivities around the work some of the businesses the team had to work around normal business hours so it was early winter mornings on this one.
All done in .55 colour steel Multidek profile long run sheets from Roofing Industries.
Nearing completion this Waiheke hideaway overlooking Omiha Bay was roofed using Roofing Industries supplied Magnaflow 0.55 760mm Trim Standard Profile while the walls were clad in Magnaflow 0.55 820mm Slimclad profile. In addition custom welded and powdercoated cricket flashings were fabricated for the skylights on this install so there won’t be any build up of debris or water. Looks sharp so far and we can’t wait to see the finished build.
In the heart of Orakei the Coates Ave apartments are well recognized. Swift Roofing replaced the existing roof with a combination of .55 colour steel Trimrib profile longrun sheets and .55 colour steel True Oak profile curved long run sheets both from Roofing Industries. Came up nice!
The Herne Bay Garden Apartment was looking tired with an aging mini corrugate roof which Swift Roofing stripped as part of wider renovations by Bradley Construction. We laid new .55 colour steel corrugate profile longrun sheets to the main roof and .55 colour steel true oak profile longrun sheets to the 5 degree roof at the rear of house. Finished off with new bull nose curved sheets to both veranda roof areas at the front of house. All supplied by Roofing Industries.
Modern build in progress in Remuera providing a contrast with the state housing on either side. The Roofing Industries supplied .55 colour steel Spanlok profile longrun sheets further accentuate the clean lines.
More details coming soon….