Biobased Roofs – Both Green and White
The historic Varick Street Federal building in New York City’s Lower Manhattan.
The historic Varick Street Federal building in New York City’s Lower Manhattan has a new, sparkling white soy-based roof coating. The coating extends the roof’s service life by more than 50 percent and exceeds New York City’s CoolRoofs guidelines, according to Roofing Resources Inc. (RRI) of Chadds Ford, Pa. RRI applied the coating. Both RRI and the coating product are listed on the Government Services Administration’s (GSA) schedule. GSA is the primary occupant of Varick Street Building.