This would ensure that the client’s requirements are met in working in an environmentally friendly building as well as in peace exclusive of external interferences (Atcheson, 1995).Reports of flooding in some parts of the town after heavy downpours indicate the possibility of a lot of raining in the area. The steel roofing would require a mixture of flat and pitched style with a must consideration of adequate slope to ensure run off of water. To avoid water pollution of possible flooding from the roof water collection, steel gutters should be used to collect the drained water and channel it towards water pipes and eventually water storage facilities. Steel is 100% resistant to corrosiveness unlike other material like tile, asphalt and shingles that wear off with time. Thus, water collected from steel roofing is perfect for use. An alternative material would include tiny bits of corrosive pollutants, hindering the usage of such water collected (Bolt, 1996).The clients in question are highly considerate on environmental friendliness. Steel provides a long lasting solution with reliable durability that guarantees no quick replacement or corrosive nature that would pollute the environment and water respectively. In case of a long duration of service, its nature provides the possibility of recycling, a significant process to enhance environmental friendliness.A variety of steel roofing is available for energy conservation. Reflective and highly emissive steel roofing would be perfect for maintaining internal temperatures and dropping atmospheric temperature within a building. Such roofing has been reported to subsidize expenditures up to 40% on air conditioning systems and temperatures to extents of 120 F during summer. This advantage that steel roofing has carried a mutual advantage to both the environment by less air pollution and internally by independence from temperature regulation equipment.Steel has low maintenance frequency given its durability and long warranty. This has advantages on expenditure sustainability unlike the utilization that other roofing would result such as tiles that could require periodic changing.This building was completed in August, 1999. It is a unique building that was developed in design of a horse in motion and its entire roofing was done by stainless steel containing molybdenum of type 316 (International Molybdenum
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