July 18 2017 0Comment

Advanced Roofing Earns Low Slope Project of the Year Award

Advanced Roofing Inc. Wins First-Place Honors in the Low Slope Category at 2017 FRSA S.T.A.R. Awards

Advanced Roofing Inc. (ARI) is proud to announce that it was recognized with the first-place Low Slope Award at the 2017 Florida Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors Association (FRSA) S.T.A.R. Awards program for its re-roofing solutions at the National Hurricane Weather Center NOAA in Miami, Florida. The Spotlight Trophy for the Advancement of Roofing S.T.A.R. is an awards program designed by the Florida Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors Association (FRSA) to recognize members’ unique and challenging roofing projects completed in the state of Florida. A panel of industry professionals evaluates the entries for inclusion and outstanding performance.


This year’s winning projects were profiled in a presentation during FRSA’s S.T.A.R. Awards and Officer Installation Dinner at
FRSA’s 95th Annual Convention and Expo which took place June 22-24, 2017 in Orlando, FL. ARI was awarded the 1st place in the Low Slope Roofing Category for its re-roofing solutions at the National Hurricane Weather Center NOAA on the campus of Florida International University in Miami, Florida.

Watch the project video, click here.

ARI named Project Manager, Matt Cooper, MVP, as the person most instrumental in the successful completion of the project. ARI would also like to thank Rick Gunvaldsen-Estimator, Faustino Perez-Superintendent, Luis Ruzzetti- Foreman, Sika Sarnafil-Manufacturer, Venergy Energy Group, General Contractor, and the National Weather Service for all they did to contribute to this award-winning project.

“We are blessed to be involved with many high-profile projects at Advanced Roofing, but it’s not often we have the opportunity to participate in a job that directly affects all of us living in South Florida, and across the nation,” said Advanced Roofing Project Manager Matt Cooper. “Our team is honored to be recognized for the hard work that went into making this project a success.”

For more about the FRSA and S.T.A.R, please visit www.floridaroof.com.