The Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress Announces 2018 MVP Award Winners

The Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress announced the winners of its 18th annual Most Valuable Player (MVP) Awards, recognizing outstanding roofing workers from Denver; Agawam, Mass.; Apex, N.C.; and Wilmington, N.C. The MVP Awards program honors roofing workers based on their significant contributions in outstanding on-the-job performance/workmanship and outstanding performance/other noteworthy contributions outside the workplace.

The 2018 MVP Award winners are:

  • Alan Baird, foreman at Core Contractors Inc., Denver, for outstanding on-the-job performance and other noteworthy contributions and activities—Best of the Best
  • Roman Graham, foreman at Baker Roofing Co., Wilmington, N.C., for other noteworthy contributions and activities
  • Bryan Howard, superintendent at CentiMark Corp., Apex, N.C., for outstanding on-the-job performance and other noteworthy contributions and activities
  • Douglas Woods, driver at OMG Inc., Agawam, Mass., for outstanding on-the-job performance and other noteworthy contributions and activities
  • Additionally, the Alliance named the following MVP Award finalists:

  • Glenn Coleman, foreman at CFE Inc., Apex, N.C.
  • Kenneth Keaton, superintendent at Tecta America Oklahoma, Muskogee, Okla.
  • 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 bjudson@roofingindustryalliance.net.

    OMG’s Douglas “Rocky” Woods Recognized as 2018 MVP by the Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress

    OMG Inc. is proud to announce that the Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress has recognized OMG employee Douglas “Rocky” Woods as a 2018 MVP. Rocky was nominated for his performance in two categories: outstanding on-the-job performance and outstanding performance outside the workplace.

    Regarding Rocky’s on-the-job performance, his most impressive accomplishment as an OMG employee is his 33-year safe driving record. Rocky was recognized by the National Safety Council (NSC) as the Northeast’s Regional Best Safe Driver of the Year in 2007, and he was one of only seven finalists for in 2008 for the UPS Joseph M. Kaplan Safe Driver of the Year award. Rocky has also been recognized as the company’s “Employee of the Month” for his willingness to go above and beyond and his positive attitude.

    In addition to his performance at OMG, Rocky was also nominated for the MVP Award for his contributions outside of the workplace to the community. Rocky served our country in the United States Army, and recently became a Disaster Action volunteer with the American Red Cross. Following Hurricane Harvey, Rocky completed a two-week volunteer deployment in Houston and delivered supplies to California to support the Red Cross fire relief efforts.

    “We are extremely proud of Rocky’s accomplishments both at work and in the community,” said Sarah Corrigan, vice president of human resources for OMG. “He serves as a great role model and this recognition is very well deserved. We are very happy to have Rocky as part of our team.”

    For more information, visit www.OMGRoofing.com.