Greenon Roof Slope Demonstrated on Video

Greenon Roof Slope Demonstrated on Video
Posted on 02/24/2021
A new video demonstrates the slope of the roof on the new Greenon Schools K-12 Campus. A new video demonstrates the slope of the roof on the new Greenon Schools K-12 Campus.
During community forums on the district's K-12 Building Project, the district's architect from SHP Leading Design, Charlie Jahnigen, promised the community he would demonstrate the slope of the roof of our new K-12 campus by rolling a ball on the roof.
"Although we can't have a gathering due to COVID, Mr. Jahnigen kept his promise and filmed the demonstration for the community," said Superintendent Darrin Knapke.
Click here to watch the video.
Shown on the video, the ball rolls when placed on the roof, demonstrating how water will roll toward the gutters that surround the roof and direct rainwater to the drainage system and retaining pond.
SHP Leading Design is the architect of the project and Summit Construction is the Construction Manager At-Risk. The new campus is funded by a bond issue approved by voters in May 2017 to enter a funding partnership with the state, which contributed about 33 percent of the cost of the construction through the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission. 
The new Greenon K-12 Campus is located at the corner of Rebert Pike and Enon-Xenia Street and is scheduled to open in the Fall of 2021. 
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