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Architectural Sheet Metal

Nothing lasts longer or is more eye catching than a quality sheet metal roof. Fabricating and installing standing seam roofs, bay windows, dormers, awnings, cupolas, spires, steeples and flashing are some of the roofing projects for which Vickers has expert knowledge and considerable experience. We have the ability to design, fabricate and install your project, or we can work from your design and complete the project to your satisfaction. We pride ourselves on giving reliable and professional service in a timely manner.

Many buildings are designed to be aesthetically pleasing by using various sheet metal items. Some of these items include custom gutter, conductor heads, column wraps, cornice, fascia, soffit, and louvers. These are items Vickers Metal Works has proven experience fabricating and/or installing.

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FEATURE PROJECT – Church of the Annunciation, Altamonte Springs

Project Name:  Church of the Annunciation
Project Location: Altamonte Springs, Florida
Architect: Rick Swisher, Winter Park, FL
General Contractor: Walker & Co., Winter Park, FL
Sheet Metal Contractor: Vickers Metal Works, Inc., Orlando, FL

Description of Work:
The scope of the project undertaken by Vickers Metal Works, Inc. on the newly constructed Church of the Annunciation was to fabricate and install copper panels on each of the two steeples and to construct the cross located at the peak of the roof gable.
Vickers Metal Works, Inc. fabricated and installed 16oz. copper double lock standing seam panels on each steeple. The steeples measure 13 ft x 13 ft square at the base and reach vertically 25 ft above the base to a height of 80’ above the ground. The copper panels were installed over Ice and Water Shield underlayment, with resin paper moisture barrier. All work was performed according to SMACNA specification.

The copper cross which measures 78” above the roof and 50” at the crossbar was constructed using 2” round copper tubing, which was roll formed and welded as required. The cross was installed using a stainless steel bracket which was positioned before the roofing tile was installed.

Because of the heights involved, High Lift equipment was used to access all areas of the steeples during installation of the panels.

Installation took approx. 365 man hours, with an additional 150 man hours for shop fabrication.