|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||CONTACT: Charlotte Norgaard|
|Date: March 16, 2016||(847) 493-7548|
Chamberlin Roofing and Waterproofing's Curtis Purvis Awarded The Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress' 2016 Best of the Best Award
Orlando, Fla.—The Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress has announced Curtis Purvis, superintendent of Chamberlin Roofing and Waterproofing, Farmers Branch., Texas has been awarded the Best of the Best Award. Purvis was announced as the award winner at the National Roofing Contractors Association's (NRCA's) 129th Annual Convention held Feb. 17-19 in Orlando.
The Best of the Best Award, which is co-sponsored by Professional Roofing magazine and OMG Roofing Products Inc., Agawam, Mass., is awarded each year to one of the recipients of the Alliance's Most Valuable Player (MVP) Awards program, which recognizes and honors outstanding roofing workers from various U.S. regions.
Purvis is known for upholding Chamberlin's core values of safety, quality and teamwork on every job he undertakes for getting the job done right the first time.
"For me, it's about safety and high standards," Purvis says. "Going above and beyond for the customer, creating good relationships and being committed to getting the job done right."
Purvis demonstrates innovative problem solving skills, which were used on a recent project, the Love Field Modernization Program.
Whether it is a 450,000-square-foot roof system installation or filling out paperwork, Purvis takes pride in all his work. His goal is to mold his crew into the best roofing professionals they can be.
As the 2015-16 Best of the Best Award winner, Purvis will be featured in Professional Roofing's April 2016 issue.
For more information about the MVP Awards program or next year's nominations, contact Bennett Judson, the Alliance's executive director, at (800) 323-9545, ext. 7513 or email@example.com.
The Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress was established within the National Roofing Foundation (NRF) to create an endowment fund to serve as a highly focused resource for the roofing industry and its customers. The Alliance's objectives are to conduct research and education projects that support high quality programs for roofing contractors; ensure timely and forward-thinking industry responses to major economic and technological issues; and enhance the long-term viability and attractiveness of the industry to roofing workers. The Alliance also reached out to the roofing community and its members and helps fund efforts dedicated to good works and charitable giving. More information about the Alliance is available at www.roofingindustryalliance.net.