Metal roofing lends longevity and aesthetics to the new Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission headquarters building in Harrisburg, Pa.
More than 35,000-sq.-ft. of Petersen's Snap-Clad steel panels were used on the new headquarters building of the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission located in Harrisburg. Founded in 1866, the Fish and Boat Commission is an independent agency responsible for protecting and managing Pennsylvania's fishery resources and regulating recreational fishing and boating on Pennsylvania waters.

The 24 ga. panels were finished in a Hemlock Green Kynar 500 paint from Valspar.

The roofing contractor was Progressive Services Inc., Dover, Pa., and the general contractor was Lobar Associates Inc., Dillsburg, Pa. Architectural design for the inviting new building was provided by Maguire Group Inc., Foxboro, Mass.

Snap-Clad panels feature a 1-3/4" leg height and a continuous interlock for improved structural performance and wind resistance. A concealed fastener clip system has been designed to allow for thermal expansion/contraction while providing extraordinary hold-down strength. Two clips are available: a standard clip for most mansard and fascia applications and a high-performance clip for roofing application and UL 90 rated assemblies.

Petersen's Snap-Clad panels, produced in factory formed lengths up to 50 feet, are Herr-Voss corrective leveled to provide superior flatness. They are available in 30 standard colors on steel and 22 standard colors on aluminum. For more information visit www.pac-clad.com or phone 800-PAC-CLAD.

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