Hogarty & Associates Inc. (Hogarty) and our roofing manufacturers provide services from pre-design through construction. We review bidding documents prior to publishing or we can assist designers by providing specification guidelines and generic roofing and sheet metal details. Hogarty attends pre-bid conferences to better understand the scope of work and products to be used to meet the design intent. In the bidding phase, our staff seeks design clarifications and provides our roofing contractors with detailed quotes for all roofing and sheet metal components. Hogarty provides information to roofing contractors to assist them in the formulation of their shop drawings and submittals. Our suppliers also review such documents to ensure warranty requirements are being met. Technical representatives from our manufacturers attend and participate in pre-construction conferences, project startups, prescribed number of site visits, final inspection, and close out documents (warranty). Please find attached information concerning specifics about our sales and marketing, educational, and technical services.
- Project Identification from Construction Services
- Detailed Price Quotes
- Process Orders
Hogarty provides annual training to approved contractor estimators and project managers concerning new products, new programs, or alterations to existing information.
Hogarty provides educational units for design professionals. The primary source of education is through lunch and learns using AIA accredited one hour presentations. The following is a list of accredited presentations:
- Modified Bitumen APP & SBS Membranes
- Liquid Membranes
- Choosing the Right Roofing System (EPDM, PVC, TPO)
- Cover Boards
- Sheet Metal Roofing
- Roof Hatches and Smoke Vents
Using AIA MasterSpec as a reference, Hogarty & Associates Inc. has generated several guideline specifications for modified bitumen roofing. We are in the process of generating AutoCAD two-dimensional details to assist in the design. Until completion, PDF details will be provided. A specification can be generated that is unique to that project rather than editing a specification from a previous project. Click here to view a sample specification.