Chicago Fire Museum

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Client:Chicago Fire Museum
Location:Chicago, IL
Year Completed:2010
Category:Charitable Project

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The Fire Museum of Greater Chicago was converting the original CFD Eng.123 Quarters into a safe and convenient refuge for fire service memorabilia. The facility was in need of a new roof  to help keep the memorabilia dry. On November 6, 2010, the Chicagoland Roofing Council and the Roofer’s Local 11 Union, in a joint effort, organized a charity event to replace the roof. With the current BUR system having a mineral aggregate surfacing, Vac-It-All donated their removal services. Ridgeworth Roofing; Roofs, Inc.; DCG; and Adler Roofing donated labor services and equipment to tear off the existing roof down to the deck and install the new roof system, which was built to meet the City of Chicago’s current energy code. Dave Hamill of Hamill-Mullan Group, Inc. worked with Firestone to donate the necessary materials, which were delivered by Gemco Roofing & Supply, Inc.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]