Modified bitumen-roofing system to be installed at Pa. school for about $1.5M

05/9/2014 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

A roofing project to install modified bitumen roofing for will soon begin at the Frazier High School in Pennsylvania and is expected to cost $1,590,646. The school board's contract award to Miller Thomas Gyekis has drawn criticism from another roofing company, whose owner said it submitted a lower bid. The school board countered that it did not consider that bid because it lacked a proposal for the modified bitumen-roofing system.

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