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San Lorenzo Coliseum, San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico

San Lorenzo Coliseum, San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico

Architectural and Engineering Design Group PSC designed San Lorenzo Coliseum with a four-way sloping metal deck to keep rounded shapes around the 207-foot by 182-foot roof, above four corner entrances so the rounded vault design was not too high for the building's steep sloping volume. San Lorenzo Mayor José Román provided an initial concept for the roof shape and rounded, high-vaulted structure, which has panels that vary in radius from 9 feet to 61 feet.

The project utilized Berridge Manufacturing Co.'s 24-gauge Galvalume Zee-Lock Standing Seam Roof System in Deep Red and Copper-Cote, prefinished with Kynar 500 fluorocarbon. The standing seam roof was rolled and curved on-site with Berridge Manufacturing's SP-21 Portable Roll- Former and ZC-21 Zee-Lock Curving Machine.

Architect: Architectural and Engineering Design Group PSC, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Metal roof panels/rollformer: Berridge Manufacturing Co., San Antonio, www.berridge.com