The Aquarium Needs New Skylights and New Roofing.
The North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher has a very large fiberglass skylight over its Cape Fear Conservatory exhibit which is in dire need of its fourth replacement. The fiberglass has deteriorated and is showing extreme yellowing and fiber bloom. The Conservatory roof is also in poor condition.
We have been hired to replace both the skylight and metal roof panels. The skylight is configured as an L shaped hipped ridge with two single slope skylights for a total of just under 10,700 sq. ft. We will also be installing about 13,000 sq. ft. of roofing panels and another 900 sq. ft. of wall panels to complete the project.
The project is nearing completion—Details soon!
- CPI Daylighting 2.75″ Quadwall Hipped Ridge skylight 40.33′ wide x 194.00′ long odc. 22.55′ on slope odc.
- CPI Daylighting 2.75″ Quadwall Single Slope skylight 17.00′ wide x 64.00′ long odc. 19.01′ on slope odc.
- CPI Daylighting 2.75″ Quadwall Single Slope skylight 17.00′ wide x 90.00′ long odc. 19.01′ on slope odc.