Commercial Metal Roofing Goes Contemporary

Commercial Metal Roofing Goes Contemporary

Texas Fifth Wall Brings Commercial Metal Roof Vision To Life

Metal Roof with finish out of Perforated Metal Soffits

Finished Out the Ceiling Of The Rooftop With Perforated Metal Soffits

According to The Contemporary Austin’s vision statement, it “…aspires to be the contemporary art museum for Austin and an essential part of city life. Through its unique combination of urban and outdoor sites, The Contemporary will embody an eclectic and collaborative spirit.”  The Jones Center on Congress Avenue is a stunning contemporary venue in the heart of downtown Austin, Texas, offering skyline views from the Rooftop and close proximity to many Austin hot spots.



Texas Fifth Wall Roofing Expertise Shines With Installation Of Interior Perforated Soffits and Snap-Lock Standing Seam Metal Roof


Industrial Copper Roof Comes To Life On Emily Morgan Hotel

Industrial Copper Roof Comes To Life On Emily Morgan Hotel

Texas Fifth Wall Roofing is part of the historic Emily Morgan Hotel renovation to replace the industrial style Copper Metal Roof. This Commercial Roof with its art deco revival style fits well with Texas Fifth Wall Roofing’s metal roofing expertise.

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written by Melissa Fletcher Stoeltje | July 5, 2017

Historic Emily Morgan hotel sees major update

When it was time to replace the copper roof atop the historic, 13-story Emily Morgan Hotel — something that hadn’t been done in the building’s 91-year history — the project leader knew he needed a team of workers with a special set of skills.

Why? Because the top of the downtown hotel is done in the slanted Art Deco revival style that was all the rage in the 1920s. And when we say slanted we mean slanted.  As in, a 67-degree-angle, which is almost two-thirds of the way to vertical, a 90-degree angle. We’re talking scary-steep metal, all nice and hot under the broiling Texas summer sun, and almost 160 feet up from the ground.  The building, which stands at East Houston Street and Avenue E next to Alamo Plaza, was originally a medical arts building and completed in April 1926 at a cost of $1.55 million.

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Project Highlight:  Lago Vista ISD

Project Highlight: Lago Vista ISD

Scott Perry, Chief Estimator with Texas Fifth Wall served an integral role in achieving the goal set by architect Randy Fromberg of Fromberg Associates LTD to bring the asthetic value desired when completing the Lago Vista ISD project.

TFW Commerical Metal Roof

Texas Fifth Wall Commercial Roofing Metal Roofing Project – Lago Vista ISD

“The one thing we were concerned about was the performing-arts center,” said Scott Perry, chief estimator at Texas Fifth Wall. “The front of the building is radiused, and we were concerned that the panels would not follow the radius without creasing or deforming, which would not deliver the desired design aesthetic. The engineers at Fabral confirmed that the panel had enough flexibility to follow the curve. They said it would work and it did.”

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