Flynn Wins NRCA Gold Circle Award

We are proud to share that Flynn Southwest Denver won the NRCA’s Gold Circle Award for Innovative Solutions: New Construction; and honorable mention for Outstanding Workmanship: Steep Slope for our work on the University of Denver’s Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and Computer Science!

Our scope of work included designing the diamond-like shingles for the dome, standing-seam copper roof panels, and copper diamond and flat-seam wall panels.

Flynn was presented with the challenge of designing the diamond-like shingles for the done, including the complicated task of calculating the shingles to fall within the tolerances left behind by all other trades who had already completed the framing stages. Each row of the diamond-like shingles needed to be carefully calculated in order to maintain the flowing lines and appearance. Flynn overcame the inconsistencies by designing the shingles with an interlocking system in which each shingle could be adjusted in order to maintain the concentric lines which give the done its signature look.

The award was presented during the NRCA’s 131st Annual Convention and the 2018 International Roofing Expo in New Orleans from February 6-8. Congratulations to everyone involved with special mention to Project Manager Ty Mattern; Superindent Jeremy Jones; Foreman Cristobal Rosalez; GC, GH Phipps Construction and Architect: AndersonMasonDale Architects, PC.