CRCA Announces Roofing Canada Award Winner
Ottawa, Ontario — (June 2, 2016) – The Canadian Roofing Contractors Association (CRCA) has announced that Raymond Martin Ltée from Quebec City is the recipient of its annual Roofing Canada Award for their work on the Augustines Monastery (Le Monasteres des Augustines). The award was presented at the association’s Annual General Meeting held May 30, 2016 in Halifax.
The Augustines Monastery work consisted of reroofing the building galvanized steel. During the work the contractor had to plan in detail their access to the site due to the many other trades that were on site during the renovations. The age of the building and bringing all of the material to the work site also presented many on site challenges.
“Our members are involved some very interesting, challenging and rewarding work. We received six submissions for the award this year and selecting one project to earn the award was extremely difficult,” stated Bob Brunet CRCA’s Executive Director. This award winning project will be highlighted in the Fall/Winter issue of Roofing Canada.
The Roofing Canada Award recognizes a project completed by a CRCA member based on outstanding workmanship, innovation, service to the community and or service to the industry. All entries were judged by their peers for their significant contribution to the roofing industry.
The Canadian Roofing Contractors Association (CRCA) is the national voice of the roofing industry in Canada. CRCA consists of companies actively engaged in the roofing and related sheet metal business in Canada including contracting, manufacturing and supplying of materials and services.
For more information about the Roofing Canada Award contact CRCA at 800-461-2722 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.