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For school districts across the country, maintaining their buildings is often one of the biggest challenges they face. The buildings are old, budgets are tight, and staffs are lean. But regardless of the size or complexity of those challenges, Garland can provide high-performance solutions to fit any budget or scheduling requirement.

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Somerset Career Center

The career center was designed aesthetically and functionally for the communityi.
Metal Roofiing (PDF)


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Greene County Public Schools

Roof replacement helps district generate additional energy savings.
Modified/Coating Project (PDF)


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Howard Elementary

Sloped metal roof provides watertight protection.
Metal Retrofit (PDF)


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James M. Bennett High School

Newly constructed high school sets district standard for sustainability.
R-Mer Span Project (PDF)


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Kent Center School

Old technology learns new tricks to resolve school roof problems.
Roof Replacement (PDF)


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Luling Independent School District

Overcoming a poor design with a metal retrofit.
Metal Retrofit (PDF)


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Mountain Lakes Board of Education

Roofing complexities challenges school district.
Metal/Modified Project (PDF)


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Sierra Grande Schools

Metal retrofit creates slope, transforms school.
R-Mer Span Project (PDF)


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Spring Grove Area School District

White mineral-coated roof realizes immediate energy savings.
Modified/Coating Project (PDF)


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St. Johnsbury Academy

Restoration coating allows school to “buy time”
Restoration Project (PDF)