Roofing Industry's Most Valuable Player

Chamberlin’s own Al Hall (pictured on the left) was honored as a Most Valuable Player (MVP) at the National Roofing Contractors Association’s (NRCA) annual conference at the International Roofing Expo in Las Vegas. Al has been working for Chamberlin since 1990 and currently serves as a Roofing Superintendent at Chamberlin’s Houston location.

The Roofing Industry Alliance for Progress sponsors the MVP Awards Program, which annually identifies and honors outstanding roofing workers. These individuals serve as esteemed role models, as well as demonstrate superior work-related and personal goals to which their peers and others in the industry may aspire.

As an MVP, Al received two complimentary airfares and two nights' hotel accommodations during NRCA's 121st Annual Convention, February 19-23, in Las Vegas, Nevada. He also received a complimentary conference registration and exhibit hall pass, two tickets to the NRCA Luncheon (where he received his award) and a $100 American Express Gift Certificate.


Al, along with is fellow MVP award winners from across the United States, was further recognized in Professional Roofing magazine, NRCA's “For Members Only” newsletter and online at www.roofingindustryalliance.net.

“In my opinion,” said Chamberlin Senior Project Manager Bill Lawson, “Al’s devotion to his chosen craft and to Chamberlin over the past 17 years, along with his strong character and leadership skills, made him an ideal candidate for the NRCA MVP award. We are all very proud of him.”

Photo caption: Al Hall receiving his MVP award from Bob Bueche, Alliance Vice President