Duro-Last’s annual National Sales Seminar, held in Phoenix, Arizona, welcomed more than 1,300 guests representing more than 240 companies. The highly anticipated event honored multiple contractors for their outstanding dedication and workmanship over the past year.
The top honor of 2019 Contractor of the Year was awarded to a longtime Duro-Last contractor during the annual Awards Banquet. Parsons Commercial Roofing from Waco, Texas, earned the Contractor of the Year distinction for their exceptional work, attention to detail, customer service, and outstanding sales throughout 2019. Parsons Commercial Roofing, an authorized Duro-Last contractor for more than 20 years, also earned the distinction of a Duro-Last Platinum contractor over this past year and made company history with over $11 million in sales.
Additionally, Duro-Last Project Awards were recognized throughout Seminar activities for the fifth year in a row. This category-specific competition honored contractors who completed outstanding projects in six unique divisions. Award winners and categories included:
Project of the Year Award: Recognizing the project that best utilizes all aspects of a Duro-Last Roofing System and demonstrates a dedication to outstanding workmanship, best practices, innovation and customer service. Contractor: Di Pasqua Construction Inc. of West Palm Beach, Florida. Project: Deering Groves – Homestead, Florida.
Custom-Fabrication Award: Recognizing the project that best utilizes Duro-Last’s custom-fabricated membrane and accessories throughout the roofing system. Contractor: Northwest Building Specialists of North Bend, Oregon. Project: Marshfield High School – Coos Bay, Oregon.
Edge-to-Edge & Deck-to-Sky Award: Recognizing the project that best utilizes Duro-Last products for the entire roofing system. Contractor: Sector Roofing of Ithaca, New York. Project: Renaissance Apartments – Rochester, New York.
Metal Roofing Award: Recognizing the project that best utilizes EXCEPTIONAL Metals metal roofing and wall panels. Contractor: Pressure Point Roofing of Central Point, Oregon. Project: Mazama Dormitory – Crater Lake National Park, Oregon.
Sustainability Award: Recognizing the project that best utilizes Duro-Last products or services to reduce the environmental impact of the building. Contractor: Green Earth Energy Photovoltaic of East Windsor, Connecticut. Project: Harte Infinity Dealership, Harte Nissan Dealership – Hartford, Connecticut.
Specialty Membrane Award: Recognizing the project that best utilizes Duro-Last roll good products, including Rock-Plyand Shingle-Ply prints. Contractor: Lee’s Roofing & Spouting, Inc. of Bellefontaine, Ohio. Project: St. John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic Church – Columbus, Ohio
For more information on the projects that were recognized during the Duro-Last National Sales Seminar, visit www.youtube.com/DuroLastRoofing to view the award videos.
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