Designing the roof to be solar ready by preparing for future equipment installation can significantly reduce the amount of investment needed to make it feasible for photovoltaic (PV) installation. In this paper we examine the design constraints for solar feasibility on rooftops. We will outline a number of the considerations that should be taken into account during the process of designing the roof and allocating the equipment on the rooftop. The results will leave the roof clear of clutter and increasing the potential of the roof to accommodate the maximum number of PV panels. We generate a before and after example of how our criteria might be applied to a 40,000 ft2 Community Center.