Name & Address of Customer:Palm Bay Chevrolet, 1450 Executive Circle, Palm Bay, FL 32909 Name & Number of Point of Contact: Richard Bissett – 321-757-5750 Dollar Value of Work Performed:$386,000.00 Description of Work Performed: This project consisted of approximately 125,000 sq.ft. of roof area. Consisting of the removal and dispose lot the existing E.P.D.M. ballasted roof system.Install ¾” perlite insulation over existing insulation fastened per FM 190. Install new wood nailers. Install 2 plies of Soprema sopra-fix system (torched applied). This project had a 30 calendar day completion period.The problems facing the completion of this project were; this was a new active dealership.Noise and clean-up were very important during working hours since customers were arriving and leaving at all hours of the day.This dealership was open from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.Safety was a big issue not only for Hamilton Roofing employees but for Palm Bay Chevrolet employees as well as the public.
Though the time frame of 30 days was said to be impossible to meet Hamilton Roofing completed this project in 26 calendar days.Four days ahead of schedule.At final inspection, the roof consultant, Law Engineering, stated that this was one of the best looking jobs that he had ever seen.This project was one of many that Hamilton Roofing has had make national magazines.Quality, time constraints,and high wind zones pushed this project to national recognition.
Name of Project:Brevard Community College, Administration Bldg & Building 13
Name & Address of Customer:A D Morgan
Name & Number of Point of Contact:Scott Mitchell, Superintendent - 813-927-0608
Dollar Value of Work Performed:$362,000.00 Description of Work Performed:
The scope of the project consisted of replacing the existing roof system that contains asbestos including the lightweight concrete deck and design a modified roofing system with tapered insulation and to with stand 130 mph wind p lift without the use of hot tar kettles. We researched and explored different roof systems in order to reach a functional roof design the meets the owner’s criteria.With the help of GAF, a roof manufacturer, we came up with the perfect solution.We used Polybond adhesive to glue the insulation to the concrete deck.This allowed us to torch the modified roof system directly to the insulation and still achieve a 130 mph wind rider roof system with a 20 warranty.
Because of the location and function of the facility, safety was a big concern to every one involved on this project.There were students and faculty members that were going in and out of the building all day long while the roofing process was going on.We teamed up with the school administration and AD Morgan to assist and support us in our accident prevention effort.They were actively involved in our planning and accomplishing the projects safety.We were on daily communication with them especially during the execution of the project.Concerns were quickly resolved so that it did not develop into a problem.Because of the above effort, the project was completed with no accident.