Lebanon Hills Visitor Center

Dakota County

The Lebanon Hills Visitor Center’s main building covers 6,030 square feet. Completed in July 2003, construction costs were approximately $1.4 million.

The building was designed and constructed to provide operation with minimal impact to the environment. The most innovative feature of the building is a green roof with sedum plantings.

Roof Spec assisted the owner and architect in the design for the new green roof at the Visitor Center & Trailhead at Lebanon Hills Regional Park, Dakota County, MN. The project architect was Partners & Sirny L.L. P.

RSI also provided consulting and construction observation services for the installation of a Carlisle SynTec hot-applied CCW-500 waterproofing roof membrane.