113 Tewning Rd.
Williamsburg, VA 23188
Hours of Operation
7:30 - 4:30 p.m.
James City County Recreation Center Roof Replacement
Scope of Work
This project consists of replacing approximately 12,000 square feet of the existing flat roof system over the James City County Recreation Center expansion. The flat roof system over the original building was replaced in 2008. The existing EPDM roof system and insulation will be removed and replaced with PVC roof system and insulation. As part of this project, the roof system will be brought up to current code requirements for overflow systems and insulation. Additional work has been added under separate contract to repair leaky window flashing in a curved window over the lobby.
Status of Project
Hudson and Associates Architects prepared the design of the demolition and replacement of the existing roofing system. Starburst Roofing company was awarded the contract to replace the roof and mobilized to the site in March following the snow and rain. Membrane roofing has been installed over the large meeting rooms, kitchen and hallway. Detail work is underway for flashing and overflow drains. The curved skylight flashing repair is being expedited as a separate project and was awarded to Roof Services company. The flashing repair was completed in January 2015. A subsequent large winter storm revealed that some minor leaks remain but, are associated with the windows themselves. No leaks have been present during smaller rainfall events. Further work will be necessary to isolate and repair the cause of the remaining leaks.
Architectural/Engineering Design - Complete
Bidding Phase - Complete
Construction Phase - Spring 2014
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Budget - $335K Estimated
Hudson and Associates Architects - $23,816
Contract Amount and percent completed - $17,570 – 73.8 percent
Starburst Roofing Company - $217,700 – 0 percent
- Architect/Engineer contract awarded.
- Plans Complete
- Bid Package Complete
- Out to Bid October 7 2014
- Bids returned November 14, 2014
- Contract Approved December 9, 2014
- Skylight repair completed January 2015
- Begin Roof Replacement March 2015.
- Identify source and repair remaining skylight leaks
- Rainy winter weather