Columbus Avenue BAptist Church
A spring hailstorm in the Waco area affected many downtown roofing systems. After discovering damage on several adjacent buildings, Target notified the administrative staff. Upon inspection, it was discovered that a local baptist church suffered a loss constituting the replacement of the entire roof assembly at the church and neighboring daycare facility.
The Target Solutions team met with the insurance adjuster assigned to the claim, as well as building consultants, engineers, HVAC experts, and Electricians to determine the full extent of the damage. Many of the church roofs were multiple-layered overlays, the result of decades of deferred maintenance and neglect. Target successfully interfaced with the insurer to achieve an appropriate valuation to the roof system and began work. After removing the old assemblies, Target installed new code-compliant insulation, recovery board, and a 60mil Sika/Sarnafil PVC membrane roof system. Target also replaced the shingle roofs and oversaw the removal and upgrade of outdated HVAC systems and electrical components. Finally, Target managed the detaching and resetting of the new VRF HVAC system the church recently installed. The project was projected to take over 4 months, but Target completed the entire scope of work 30 days ahead of schedule.
TURN KEY SERVICES
Temporary damage mitigation to the single-ply roofs
Removal and replacement of all shingled roofs
Removal, code upgrade, and replacement of all single-ply roofs
Detachment and reset of high-efficiency VRF system