Examination of the existing Bell Tower parapet revealed layers of tar under the plaster and lath. The brick inside was completely saturated. A majority of the stone merlons were in a dangerous state of disrepair. The existing wood roof structure was also damaged. Iron crimps secured the original parapet blocks to the brickwork. These were replaced with stainless steel anchor straps to prevent damage from corrosion. The finished tower roof is flat seam 20 oz lead-coated copper on a reinforced concrete slab with two drains and two overflows. The parapet also has lead-coated copper through-wall flashing and the merlons were rebuilt with new stone backs and tops. The corner finials were also repaired.