Take a look at some of our past roofing projects. Many of these projects poised unique challenges not only with roofing requirements but also with intensive planning, coordination, and scheduling.
Tear off existing shingles to the deck, install new 24 gauge DMI 18” Galvalume metal panels and all associated flashings, ornamental metal, and detail metal work.
This job was very exciting and challenging. We were charged with the job of installing a new, updated roof system that would maintain the architectural feel of the original building. Scaffolding also had to be erected to the tower of the church to perform the tower work. There was also a great deal of ornamental metal work done, including new crosses, copings, and ornamental edge details. This job overall was challenging but extremely rewarding.
Complete roof removal of existing roof and ballast down to the metal deck, installing insulation and a fire retardant recovery board, torching 2 plys of Firestone SBS modified bitumen membrane.
This project was logistically challenging, as there were multiple roof areas. All of these areas had various points of access, including an array of ladders and 2 cranes operating simultaneously. The building overall is 7 stories high, with smaller roofs on each side of every floor. Gravel ballast, roof demolition, and all new materials had to be taken up and down this “stair-step” building. This is also the corporate headquarters building, so work had to be performed entirely on the weekends to accommodate the customer’s requirements.
New insulation and .040 Durolast membrane mechanically fastened to a metal deck. Also install ice and water shield and 24 gauge DMI metal panels over a sloped wood deck.
This job was designed with a large blending of wall panels, metal roof systems, and flat roof systems. There was some curved and non-linear detail work to install as well. This made the job looking perfect even more important to everyone involved. It can be seen on your right heading north on I-75.
Install one layer of insulation and a Duro-Last roofing system over the existing gravel built-up roof and lightweight insulating concrete over metal deck.
As with all schools this project required a great deal of coordination. We had to ensure that we would avoid disruption with school activities or normal class operations. Odors, noise, and material storage were all issues that had to be coordinated and dealt with throughout the entirety of this project.
Tamko 30 year dimensional shingles were installed over the existing roofs after a severe windstorm. The remaining buildings had extensive repairs performed on them.
This complex consists of numerous living units situated directly on Beavercreek Golf Course. Material storage, parking, noise, and speed of work were all essential in performing this work quickly. We also worked closely with the owners to evaluate the roof damage and design appropriate repairs where needed as well as re-roofs where required.
Tear off existing roof to metal deck, install tapered insulation, Fire retardant cover board, and 2 plies of torch applied Firestone SBS asphalt based material.
This project had a pre-engineered tapered insulation layout to drain the water to the drains, meaning that the insulation boards had to be installed in the correct order to slope the water to the correct areas. This project also included masonry work, plumbing rerouting, and some framing renovations. The club was fully functioning throughout the project as well.
A 30# felt and 30 year Certainteed dimensional shingles were installed over the existing wood deck over the entirety of this building.
The most amazing part of this building is the dome, which is made up of numerous triangles, each going in a different direction. This required a significant amount of engineering to do properly. There are also skylights in this dome, making the situation a bit more complex. This job is certainly one of the most interesting and rewarding jobs we have done.
Install one mechanically fastened Firestone base sheet, one torch applied Firestone SBS base sheet, and one hot asphalt applied Firestone SBS base sheet.
This job was a large part of a total renovation of one half of the Fairmont High School. The job was lengthy and required coordination with various other contractors on site, as well as with the school itself, which was in session during part of the construction.