Interactive Resources conducted a reroofing study and an ADA accessibility survey of the City of Rohnert Park’s Burton Avenue Recreation Center. We worked closely with City representatives and our project team to develop a detailed, high quality roofing design that minimized maintenance requirements, maximized service and reduced life-cycle costs, and prepared contract documents for the implementation of the new roof and barrier removal. Ultimately, the building’s energy efficiency was enhanced by installing R6 polyisocyanurate board insulation over the entire substrate to increase thermal performance. In addition, the cap sheet received a Cool Roof compliant coating. Rooftop mechanical units were replaced and set on NRCA compliant curbs. Mechanical and electrical penetrations were upgraded to conform to NRCA, and new HVAC equipment was installed.
Our accessibility survey identified architectural barriers and upgrades, including recommendations and design of a new passenger loading zone, accessible parking spaces, new toilet rooms, a new ramp at the rear outdoor area, new door hardware and the removal of a raised stage. A report was prepared that described all of the recommendations for the improvements, including cost estimates.