The Cedar Hill project was unique in various ways as it consisted of multiple one story and four story buildings joined together by a dynamic arched atrium roof structure measuring 320’ long x 90’ wide, that reached 71’ at it’s highest point.
The 7 box structures were joined by numerous covered walk ways and canopies that were masterfully placed throughout the facility to add beauty while remaining practical for use as the arched atrium roof structure utilized roofing panels to shed water in the direction of gravity but parallel to the natural slope and subtle radius of the glued laminated roof deck.
Roofing panels were laid at 30 degree angles per specifications and 12 dormers were laid throughout the roofing system matching the same pitch. The pitch ranges for the roofing system were from 4:12 through 12:12. The inside of the atrium roof structure is equally pleasing to the eye as it also serves as a source of natural light making the facility more energy efficient.