Case Studies

From the Case Studies page we seek to demonstrate what can actually be achieved using Roofing Industries innovative products in association with our technical staff, to provide practical and easthetically pleasing solutions.


East Coast Bays Leisure Centre

  • Main Contractor: Cape Ltd,
  • Telephone: 09 374 4204
  • Roofing supplier: Roofing Industries
  • Telephone: 09 414 4585
  • Roofing: True Oak Corrugate in ‘Titania’ ZRX .55BMT
  • Roofing installer: Metro Roofing
  • Telephone: 09 415 0863

Herne Bay Villa and True OakĀ® corrugate

Read how Roofing Industries solved a real problem utilising the innovative and new Tue Oak Corrugate roofing product to assist an owner maintain the aesthetics and save reroofing costs on their stunning Villa


Arahina - Marton

This historic homestead in the Manawatu was suffering from severely degraded roof shingles which had inturn allowed water egress to penetrate the structure with the end result of rotten roof framing. Roofing Industries Central Ltd staff used ther vast experience to provide arange of cost effective solutions for both the roofing and main contractor thereby ensuring the project maintained its heritage status


Carlaw Park

When the famous Carlaw Park Rugby Leagure ground was disbanded and subsequently subdivided for commercial building, the planners placed a height restriction so that property owners would not lose their views. This meant that a strong roofing profile with a unobtrusive rib system neded to be found for this office project. The profile needed to be installed at a very low pitch whilst still handling a large rainfall catchment and more importantly have a perimeter wind loading second to none. Roofing Industries popuar Multirib® profile provided that solution with ease 


Maori Immersion School Marae - Mairangi Bay

The Brief for this meeting house at a North Shore Kaupapa Maori immersion school - Find the appropriate roofing profile and supply with double sided ZR8 "Pioneer Red" in keeping with colour tradition. The solution -Roofing Industries Ribline® 800 profile prepainted to both sides of the roof so that a ceiling lining was not required.


NZ Post Highbrook

As if the sheer size of NZ Post's 16,500m2 building in Auckland which incorporated a number of sustainable design features was enough of a challenge, the 250 metre roof radius coupled with a tight installation programme was always going to add to that challenge.  Along with additional project requirements of horizontal and raked mulifunctional external cladding plus vast amounts of aesthetically pleasing interior lining, meant that Roofing Industries was selected as the manufacturer and supplier who could meet all supply requirements using standard and "reverse run" Maxispan®, Multirib® and Ribline®


St Francis De Sales Church - Devonport, Auckland

In this case, Roofing Industries staff worked tirelessly alongside the roofing installer to provide a solution around incompatible materials particularly if one of the modern roof substrates was to be used as part of the reroof process. The Lead flashings that were permanently fixed behind the brick cladding and could not be removed To ensure the project remained within budget, the flashings had to be married-up with a prepainted material with utmost compatibility.


St Johns Water Tank - Auckland

Water Care in Auckland had a problem – The concrete surface on their massive water storage tank had started to deteriorate and needed to be resurfaced. Due to the low pitch, and a requirement that the roof profile needed to be lower than the traditional "heavy look" in order to appease the residential environment. Roofing Industries Ribline® 960 was the appropriate solution.


Waihohonu Hut - Ruapehu, Central North Island

Roofing Industries (Central) Ltd staff worked with builder and the Department of Conservation to provide the appropriate roofing solution for this new DOC hut which sat in the ash fallout zone from active volcanos on the Central Plateau