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Complete roofing and waterproofing solutions

Siplast is the industry leader in the development and manufacture of advanced, high-performance roofing and waterproofing systems. In the 1960s, working with Shell Chemical of Europe, Siplast developed SBS-modified bitumens in response to the changing requirements of modern construction. We have always understood that certain times and unique situations call for different and evolving solutions. That's why we also offer PMMA liquid resin products, single-ply systems, vegetated and reflective white roof systems, reroofable lightweight insulating concrete roof insulation, and a host of other systems. Siplast is with you every step of the way to ensure your project vision fulfills the positive ways you want your work to impact the world.

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From schools, manufacturing facilities, and hospitals to museums and convention centers, we partner with you every step of the way to make your project vision a reality. Read some of our standout project stories here.

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Our story is one of uncompromising quality, innovation, partnership, and commitment to our customers and their communities.

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About us

The Siplast story began in the late 1960s with a game-changing innovation: the development of SBS (styrene-butadiene-styrene) modified bitumens in partnership with Shell Chemical of Europe. Since then, Siplast has worked closely with our clients to apply trusted, high-performance Siplast Engineered Roofing and Waterproofing Systems — including SBS-modified bitumen, polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) liquid resin, as well as vegetated roof systems - across all types of deck construction in the varied (and sometimes extreme!) weather conditions of 40+ countries.