Cyril E. King Airport
URS / Jaredian Design Group
Built in November 1990, the Cyril E. King Airport’s roof had run its course over the last 23 years due to extreme weather conditions. With leaks disrupting daily operations throughout the airport, the management team knew it was time to replace it. J. Benton Construction faced several challenges including: airport operations, security, weather and logistics that would require developing innovative solutions in order to successfully complete the project. The scope of work included the complete tear-off and re-roof of 111,300 square feet of single ply membrane as well as metal roof repairs, replacement of exhaust fans and lightning protection system.