We’re a National Roof and Pavement Consultant Serving Clients with Large Facility Footprints

BLUEFIN helps clients with large building portfolios improve the performance of roofs, exterior walls, and pavement on existing facilities. We focus on these areas because they’re typically the largest investments for our clients. They also hold the greatest opportunities to improve facility performance.

As a strategic roof consultant, BLUEFIN helps clients manage their roofs in the most effective way to prevent emergencies, maximize service life, reduce capital and operating costs, and save energy. Our balanced approach includes regular roof inspection, roof maintenance, and roof asset management. We can also act as an owner’s representative providing third-party roof design and quality assurance for repair, rehabilitation, and replacement projects.

Failures of exterior walls can cause safety and health problems, as well as severe structural damage. Proper inspection is the first step toward the stabilization and rehabilitation of the building. Combining exterior wall management with roof management is an efficient approach to preserving your entire building envelope. We can provide inspections and recommend the right mix of maintenance, repair and renewal projects.

A pavement management program ensures a safe, attractive environment for the people entering and leaving your facilities. As with all the high value assets we protect, our pavement consulting focuses on inspection, preventative maintenance and repair solutions to keep these areas operating effectively. Proactive pavement care will extend the life of your paved areas, prevent accidents, and eliminate the potential for ADA and storm water compliance fines.

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“BLUEFIN is our primary source for prioritizing and evaluating all of our roofing projects. Their services have been a huge benefit to our district. They were able to value engineer more than $400,000 of savings through scope and cost options.”

Justin Price Director of Facilities for McKinney ISD March 8, 2017