This project involved re-covering the existing roof of the baggage sorting area for Delta Airlines. The completed system included a high density cover board with a fully adhered 80mil TPO. Our crews worked with airport security to ensure safety and to keep the facility functioning normally. Since completing the project in 2012, we’ve been invited back to re-roof another portion of the facility—yet another example of the lifelong partnerships we forge with our clients.
This was a re-roof of an existing metal building that was leaking so badly that Pactiv (the tenant) was having trouble keeping their manufacturing line open. We were able to come in and resolve the issue with a metal building re-cover using a flute filler insulation and a high density ISO coverboard with an 80mil TPO fully adhered overtop. The project posed some additional complications with hidden gutter issues and the need to cover existing skylights that were not in use.
This was a re-roof of an existing metal building using the relatively new Rhinobond / Invisiweld induction welded plate system. The system was a great solution to the challenge presented by the gauge of the original roof panels and the restrictions of attaching over a metal building. As part of the re-roof package, we also replaced all the existing gutter and downspout to improve water drainage off the roof.