Roof of Michigan Museum is Removed, Rotated, and Reset

The Hamburg Historical Museum in Michigan will get a new roof thanks to the Hamburg Township Historical Society's Raise the Roof campaign. The project involved lifting and rotating portions of the roof so they could be placed in a new configuration. An I-beam support and manufactured trusses also were installed, allowing a new roof to be constructed over part of the building.


From NRCA

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