Steel roof earns middle school LEED Platinum

The Willow School located in Gladstone, N.J., has reached its LEED Platinum goal with the help of a Follansbee TCS II roof. The new 13,000sq/ft building is part of the school’s second phase, and houses a middle school, a dining facility, a science center, and a performing arts center. The TCS II roof collects rainwater and uses it to flush the school’s toilets, adding to the building’s sustainability. Made with architectural stainless steel and coated with zinc/tin alloy, the material does not require paint and has surpassed 22,000 hours of ASTM salt spray testing without rusting.

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