The Roofing Alliance Announces Winners at NRCA’s Industry Awards Ceremony and Cocktail Reception

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Student Competition, Most Valuable Player, Best of the Best and Gold Circle award winners are all recognized.

Roofing Alliance Student Competition winners Texas A&M University.

Roofing Alliance Student Competition winning team Texas A&M University with Kyle Thomas, co-chairman of the competition and faculty advisor Lance Simms.

The Roofing Alliance, the foundation of the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA), proudly announces this year’s winners of the Construction Management Student Competition, the Best of the Best Award and the Gold Circle Award winners who were recognized at NRCA’s Industry Awards Ceremony and Cocktail Reception held February 5, 2020.

Student Competition
The five finalist teams gave oral presentations as the final stage of the sixth annual Roofing Alliance Construction Management Student Competition. The teams presented their proposals for installing a new roof system on the Ford Center, the practice facility of the Dallas Cowboys, which was originally installed by KPost Roofing & Waterproofing to a panel of roofing industry experts. The oral presentation scores were combined with the teams’ written proposal scores to determine the winning team.

The Roofing Alliance is proud to announce Texas A&M University as the winning school and Samuel Short of Auburn University as the Best Individual Presenter.

Best of the Best Award
In its 20th year, winners of the Most Valuable Player award winners were recognized, and the Best of the Best winner was announced. The Best of the Best award is an honor co-sponsored by OMG Roofing Products, Agawam, Mass. and Professional Roofing magazine. Todd Dunlap who was an MVP Winner of Outstanding On-the-Job Performance and Workmanship and a Finalist for Other Noteworthy Contributions Outside the Work Place was named the Best of the Best Winner.

Todd is a superintendent, warehouse operator, foreman and equipment operator with Frost Roofing, Wapakoneta, Ohio. Since his first day on the job, Todd has demonstrated exemplary performance with an eagerness to learn and the ability to master assignments and tasks. His commitment to always lead by example, while continually embracing sensitivity and passion for those around him has earned him complete respect and total trust of the entire Frost Roofing organization and all those that the company serves.

Helping others is a priority for Todd and over the holidays, he opens his home to those who have nowhere else to go, treating everyone like family. Todd lives his life to serve others and he strives to help his coworkers wherever he can to help their days go just a little smoother.

Gold Circle Award
The Roofing Alliance and NRCA members are encouraged every year to submit their best work in order to win a Gold Circle award in the following two categories: Outstanding Workmanship and Innovative Solutions; and Safety Preparedness and Performance. More than 99 winning companies have been recognized for their achievements since the award’s inception. This year’s Gold Circle Award winners for outstanding contributions and unique roofing-related jobs and services are:

Outstanding Workmanship and Innovative Solutions

  • Chadwick Technology Pty. Ltd., Killarney Heights, NSW, Australia for the Abu Dhabi International Airport Midfield Terminal, United Arab Emirates
  • The Durable Slate Co., Columbus, Ohio for Steeple Square, Dubuque, Iowa

Safety Preparedness and Performance Winner

  • CFE Inc., Elmira, New York for Kellogg’s® Florence, Phase I, Florence, Kentucky

For more information on the Roofing Alliance and all the awards and award winners, visit http://www.roofingalliance.net or contact Bennett Judson at bjudson@nrca.net.

About the Roofing Alliance
The Roofing Alliance is committed to shaping the industry’s future by funding education, research, scholarships and philanthropic initiatives, all for the purpose of securing the industry’s future excellence. Composed of 171 members representing extraordinary leaders from the contracting, manufacturing, distribution and service provider communities, the Roofing Alliance has committed $13 million to enhance the performance and long-term viability of the industry and allocated more than $5 million to fund 48 research, education, technical and philanthropic programs and projects. Serving as the foundation of the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA), Roofing Alliance members are focused on giving back and supporting high-quality educational programs and ensuring timely and forward-thinking industry responses to major economic and technological issues. For more information about Roofing Alliance initiatives, visit http://www.roofingalliance.net.

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