Alachua County Communications and Emergency Center
Delivering a reliable solution
As a 9-1-1 emergency call hub, the Alachua County Combined Communications facility services 227,000+ residents locally, as well as the population of the University of Florida. With staff in the building 24 hours a day, 7 days a week responding to urgent and critical situations, safety and reliability were obvious concerns. However, serving the community didn’t stop there, as project stakeholders also wanted a roofing solution that would help them meet their environmental goals for years to come.
- A two-ply Siplast SBS-modified bitumen Paradiene 20/30 Eco-Activ® System was chosen to meet the high-performance needs of this critical facility
- Immediate environmentally conscious goals were met with Eco-Activ’s depolluting Noxite® granules, which will actively work to clear Gainesville’s air of harmful nitrous oxides
- Long-term, environmentally conscious goals were also met with the use of Siplast’s reroofable NVS Lightweight Insulating Concrete roof insulation
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Siplast Eco-Activ roof membranes surfaced with Noxite granules can reduce atmospheric pollution helping reach your environmental goals.