Louis Vuitton Building
The concrete roof of the Louis Vuitton Building was poured flat. To allow better drainage the architects turned to PIC for help.
The system agreed upon was tapered polyurethane foam with acrylic coating. PIC applied 7 inches of Gaco Western's reliable 275 polyurethane foam at the center of the roof.
The foam thickness was then gradually tapered to drains at the roof's edge. This was then covered with acrylic coating in the specified brick red color.
The system met the architects' requirements for waterproofing, insulation and positive drain.