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High-Rise Office

Class A, B & C Office, Historical

Highland has extensive experience working with the unique requirements of high-rise roofing projects

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Roofing high-rise commercial office buildings is a complex endeavor due to limited access and the need to minimize disruptions. Specialized equipment, safety measures, and close communication with building management are essential. Careful planning and coordination are crucial for efficiency and worker safety, especially given the height and complexity of these structures. Integrating roofing materials with architectural designs demands exceptional craftsmanship, while addressing ventilation, drainage, and HVAC systems requires deep engineering knowledge. Overall, roofing high-rise offices requires expertise, skilled labor, and a strong focus on safety and precision.

Explore Our High-Rise Office Portfolio

Aerial view of a large industrial complex with multiple white-roofed buildings. Cityscape and skyscrapers are visible in the background under a clear sky.
Arville Industrial Properties
17,000 SQFT
A vast flat industrial roof with multiple skylights and rooftop units extends towards the horizon under a clear sky.
A.W. Industrial Distribution Center
153,800 SQFT
A city skyline at dusk with high-rise buildings in the background and a large industrial area with warehouses, trucks, and parked vehicles in the foreground.
LA Wholesale Produce
448,000 SQFT
A modern glass office building with reflective blue windows, surrounded by palm and other trees, under a partly cloudy sky.
Phoenix Gateway Center
49,000 SQFT
Workers are on the rooftop of a building, performing maintenance or repair tasks amidst various equipment and trees in the background.
Trojan Battery Company
160,000 SQFT