Monticello Post Office

Granular Surfaced Modified Bitumen


Innovative Roofing Group was selected by General Contractor D.A. Edwards to help restore this historic Post Office.  The scope of work called for the installation of a new Modified Bitumen system on the low slope section, slate shingles on the steep slope sections and copper details throughout.  The end result was an aesthetically appealing and waterproof restoration.

Jones Elementary School

60mil Elvaloy KEE


Innovative Roofing Group was selected by R.K. Redding to complete a 41,000 square foot 60mil Elvaloy KEE recover and metal building retrofit at Jones Elementary School in Bremen, Ga in the summer of 2018. On the metal building retrofit, the OMG RhinoBond, electromagnetic induction welding technology was specified allowing for the fastening of the membrane to the deck without penetrating the roofing material.

Selig Enterprises Headquarters

80mil TPO


IRG successfully executed the full tear-off and replacement of the roofing system at the headquarters of Selig Enterprises in midtown Atlanta. The project was made complicated by the roof’s elevation and limited site access points but the IRG team was able to design and execute a safe and effective system for the staging of the project and trash removal. The building was dried in with a temporary roof of torch applied modified bitumen and was finished with a fully-adhered 80mil TPO membrane over tapered insulation.

Morrison Products

60mil TPO


In 2018, Innovative Roofing Group was selected by Morrison Products’ consultant to re-roof their 59,000 square foot, Canton, GA manufacturing site.  The project scope included a complete tear-off to the metal deck and the installation of a fully adhered 60mil TPO membrane over mechanically fastened insulation.  All new metal details were fabricated and installed.

United Distributors

36mil Elvaloy KEE


In 2017, IRG was selected by the largest alcohol beverage wholesaler in Georgia and Alabama to re-roof 100 Squares at its Atlanta, Georgia facilities. The specification called for the installation of a mechanically fastened 36 mil Elvaloy KEE membrane for a long-term, watertight solution.

2850 Premiere Parkway

60mil EPDM


The Simpson Organization awarded us with the contract to re-roof this 90,000 square foot business park.  The cost-effective scope of work developed was an EPDM “membrane swap” which called for the movement aside of the existing gravel ballast, the removal of the existing EPDM membrane, replacing it with a new loose-laid, fully-flashed 60mil EPDM membrane, and finally redistributing the gravel ballast over the new membrane.  New metal details were fabricated and installed.

A.L. Burruss School, Marietta City Schools

60mil Elvaloy KEE


Innovative Roofing Group was selected to re-roof 67,500 square feet at the A.L. Burruss School in Marietta City, GA in 2017.  The specification, written by roof consultant, Atlanta Roofing Resources, Inc. called for the installation of a fully-adhered 60mil Elvaloy KEE membrane.  Working for the city’s construction manager, R.K. Redding, the project was delivered successfully on a very tight time-line.

6th Grade Academy, Marietta City Schools

60mil Elvaloy KEE


On the heels of the successful A.L. Burruss School project, IRG was again selected to perform work for Marietta City Schools in the summer of 2018 at the 6th Grade Academy.  This project included 90,000 square foot of tear-off and roof replacement and several standing seam metal canopies.  The specification called for the installation of a fully-adhered 60mil Elvaloy KEE membrane.

Phipps Plaza and Lenox Mall

45mil Elvaloy KEE


Innovative Roofing has long been a service provider to Simon Properties, working extensively at its flagship properties in Atlanta, Phipps Plaza and Lenox Mall.  So strong is the relationship, that when general contractors are on site doing tenant build out work, they learn that the only approved roofer on site is Innovative Roofing Group.  Most recently, IRG installed a 45mil Elvaloy KEE system over the Grand Lux Café space for RCC Associates, Inc. with outstanding results.  This job presented some difficult challenges, as the area being roofed, was an island within the roof field with few natural termination points for the newly installed membrane.  IRG team members worked with the membrane manufacturer to ensure suitable, watertight details were incorporated and installed.