NRP Gives Back

Khary Penebaker, President of a National Roofing Partners affiliated commercial roofing company, Roofed Right America LLC, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, sat with company CEO Ricardo Herrera as he blinked back tears, turning his face away

98 Inches of Snowfall! Buffalo’s Lessons Learned.

It was bad.

A full year’s worth of snowfall, 98 inches, had blanketed the city over the span of five days. Snow bore down on miles of rooftops, necessitating an unprecedented snow removal operation.
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National Roofing Partners Develops Minority Spend Solution

This fall tense scenes have dominated our nation’s headlines, prompting questions about America’s commitment to equality, inclusivity, diversity and fairness. The business community, however, has repeatedly demonstrated an admirable ability to further inclusion programs and follow through on the diversity commitments that will empower communities and dispel hostilities.

National Roofing Partners Champions Diversity

“It honestly makes me proud we are breaking down barriers simply by hiring the very best, brightest people we can find. Man, woman, minority, if you are at the top of your game, there is a place for you at National Roofing Partners,” says Dale Tyler, President of National Roofing Partners, where an exciting new diversity initiative is also in the works. Look for news of it in an upcoming story.

The Anatomy of An Ideal Candidate

When Mary Shelley wrote her famous novel Frankenstein on the coast of Lake Geneva in 1816, her inspiration established an entire genre of ‘science-gone-wrong’ fables wherein experts try to improve on the natural order. In politics, candidates often claim to have re-invented patriotism, or public service, or the political party itself. Consider, however, what an entire industry might “create” by consolidating the ideal positions of different candidates to bolster the industry. For instance, what sort of candidate would a voting block of commercial roofing contractors and construction industry leaders support? If they could cobble together an ideal congressional hopeful, where would he or she stand on the issues?