Building Integrated Concentrating Solar Power (BI-CSP) schematic studies with small scale exterior two-axis tracking heliostats anchored on and semi-shading long span hanging roofs with elevated receiver(s) are presented for populated urban and rural locations. Hanging roofs (inverted shallow dome shape) with two-way structural cables and mostly square infill prefabricated slabs/panels supported from a perimeter horizontal circular donut shape rim-girder-platform without a center tension ring studies are for comparing to radial cable structural configurations with a center tension ring. Cable gap grouting between slabs/panels form a pre-tensioned inverted shell structure after temporary weights are removed. Securing vertical heliostat posts studies include: three vertical bolts cast in grout gap two-way cables intersections for three point adjustment of horizontal post base plates; and one-axis adjustable manufactured post brackets bolted to sloped roof surfaces at holes cast in the gaps/slabs. A main case study schematic is around a 30m/100ft diameter hanging roof with a 0.07 sag/diameter ratio with around 271 1m2 heliostats for 230kWt solar thermal steam or air to around 300degC/572degF building integrated thermal energy storage (molten salt, firebricks, etc.) and applications (water purification, cooling, industrial process heat, etc.). A BI-CSP hanging roofs R&D project proposal is outlined: with a circular roof study diameter range of around 25m/82ft–200m/656ft diameter for comparing two-way and radial cable structural configurations for distributed steam stations and a wide range of application temperatures.