Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Meet Our Tech Reps! A brief interview with Reggie Ross

Texas is a big state and it takes a team to cover the 20 million plus square feet of Duro-Last material installed annually around the state. The Duro-Last team of 7 technical representative with leadership by Quality Assurance manager Charles Smith are responsible for inspecting every inch of field seaming of these installations throughout Texas. We recently caught up with Reggie Ross who covers North Texas to learn a little more about him.

How long have you been with Duro-Last?
Reggie- Since July 2014. Before that I worked for roofing contractors in Texas & in my home state of Mississippi.

What's your favorite thing about working for Duro-Last?  
Reggie - I love the freedom including being able to set my own schedule. 

What do you like to do for fun when you're not up on a roof?
Reggie - Spending time with family and exploring new things.

Look for more inside interviews with our Texas team in upcoming posts!

Pictured R to L: Reggie Ross (North Texas), Mike Warner (North Texas), Daniel Lakstins (sales rep West Texas), Robert Glasgow (Central Texas) and Micah Hackney (sales rep South Texas)

Project Profile: Foster Communications Coliseum

Dome roofs are one of the most difficult installations in roofing because the curve and slope of the roof makes seaming traditional materials troublesome. By using factory pre-fabricated deck sheets from Duro-Last, Harrison Roofing was able to save nearly 10,000 feet of field seaming on the Foster Communications Coliseum in San Angelo. Foster Communications Coliseum is home of the world famous annual San Angelo Rodeo. Check out this aerial flyover video of the Coliseum after installation!