A Hammond-based roofing company recently picked up a slew of awards, including for a green roof it installed on the new library in Chicago’s Chinatown neighborhood.
The National Roofing Contractors Association gave Korellis Roofing Inc. its Gold Circle Award in the “Outstanding Workmanship” category for its work on the circular two-story library’s roof, which is covered with native grasses. Commercial roofing and waterproofing systems manufacturer Sarnafil additionally named the Chicago Public Library's green roof its Project of the Year.
Korellis Roofing, one of the largest roofing contractors in Northwest Indiana, installed the roof last year on the glassy, $19.1 million library branch on Chicago’s near south side.
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