Ivy Keep II Owner’s Association, Inc. 2019 Two Building Roofing Project


Project Complete!


Thank you for visiting the blog. It is dedicated to the 2019 asphalt shingle project. 1095-1105 & 1109-1115 Ivy Hill Drive are the two buildings scheduled for replacement. Please visit the blog periodically for answers to frequently asked question and project status updates. We appreciate your patience during the project. 


On-site project manager Brian Maas can be reached directly at 612-990-3087

Please contact 612-254-7373 or Email Info@Atlasmn.com With any questions or concerns. 


Project links

Atlas roofing project (What to expect) (click link to view) 

Eagle View Report 1095-1105 (Click link to view)

Eagle view Report 1109_1115 (Click link to view) 



Friday, 6/28/2019- The siders are on-site today installing new soffit and fascia in the areas impacted by the venting issue. The siders will also be siding the chimney stacks. Once this is done, a final walkthrough will be completed and the warranties will be registered. Thanks again for your patience during the project. 



Wednesday, 6/26/2019-  The roofing is nearing completion with only siding of the chimneys and minor detail work left. We are nearing the end and thank you for your patience during the process. 



Friday, 6/21/2019- The entire back side of the larger building was not vented properly and required a reworking of the venting system. The soffits were open but there were not adequate chutes to get the air to flow up and out of the 750 vents. There were over 300 sheets of 4’x8’x1/2″ OSB sheathing after new vent chutes were installed in every other truss cavity. It was a lot of unexpected work, but the issue has been corrected and we can continue to move forward. Unit 1099 Ivy Hill is the last home to be torn-off and roofed but with the forecasted rain, this will likely need to wait until the beginning of next week. We will also have the siders on site next week with hopes of finishing everything up by mid to late next week. Thanks again for patience during the project. 


Tuesday, 6/18/2019- The tear-off of the large building uncovered some ventilation issues. The lack of airflow has caused condensation to form and has deteriorated the plywood sheathing. The condition of the sheathing requires replacement as well as some attic chutes to promote airflow. The crews are working hard to install the chutes and replace the sheathing. The issue only appears to be present on the rear of the building but we’ll know more after the rest is torn off. 


Monday, 6/17/2019- the crews are moving along very well and with rain in the forecast for this Thursday we would like to roof load the materials and begin working on the larger building (1095-1105 Ivy Hill) tomorrow as well as continue working on the smaller building. This should allow us to stay on schedule with the rain. 




“Weather Permitting” On Monday, June 17th crews will begin working on 1109-1115 Ivy Hill Dr. The crews will be working 7:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday-Saturday. We expect the first building to take 2-3 days. We will move to 1095-1105 Ivy Hill Dr. immediately after finishing the first building. Paper notices will be posted on all doors at least 24 hours before the work takes place.