2013 Chamberlin In the News
News from the Archives of Chamberlin Roofing and Waterproofing
Chamberlin 2013 Customer Appreciation Event
October 21, 2013
Chamberlin showed their appreciation for their outstanding clients with a concert at The Granada Theater in Dallas, TX, on October 18, 2013. Foreigner brought down the house with hit after hit and had the crowd feeling more than a little ‘Hot Blooded.’
Chamberlin Participates in BOMA Fall 2013 Adopt-A-Block
October 21, 2013
The Dallas Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Fall Adopt-A-Block last Friday was a big success! Chamberlin joined approximately 40 volunteers to help an elderly lady, Mrs. Reed, restore her home. Some of the repairs included painting her house, cleaning up the yard, building a ramp to her front porch and adding handrails in the front and back of her house. The group also rebuilt the back steps and coated the porch with skid proof coating. This was a great teambuilding event that really helped someone in need in our community.
See more pictures from the project here.
Chamberlin Lends a Hand to Moore Relief Efforts
June 6, 2013
A massive tornado tore through Moore, Oklahoma, last week wiping homes off their foundations and tossing cars like toys on top of nearby buildings. This natural disaster left block after block in ruins, reduced to smoking piles of wood and brick.
Chamberlin Roofing and Waterproofing Senior Project Manager, Joe Ayala, gathered 52 volunteers to contribute to the Moore relief efforts. They started the day with Feed the Children where they unloaded four semi trucks of relief supplies at a warehouse in Oklahoma City. They then sorted through canned goods, toothbrushes, diapers, cleaning products, clothing and other supplies, preparing them for distribution.
Later in the day, the team moved south to meet Serve Moore. Serve Moore hit the streets to clean up the aftermath of debris throughout the city and aid tornado victims in salvaging their belongings from their demolished homes. Chamberlin volunteers cleared ruined furniture, personal belongings, bricks, branches and other debris out of the remaining homes and yards. Chamberlin Roofing & Waterproofing commends the volunteers for their efforts and goodwill.
Chamberlin Helps BOMA Spring 2013 Adopt-A-Block
April 19, 2013
This Spring’s Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Dallas' Adopt-a-Block was another big success. Chamberlin joined more than 40 volunteers for this challenging project. Mrs. Riley, the homeowner, recently lost her husband of 62 years. "I am very pleased with the work that has been done today and appreciate it very much," she said. Dallas City Council Woman Delia Jasso, District 1, stopped by to thank the volunteers for their hard work and dedication to the community.
Read more from BisNow here.
Chamberlin Named Sika Sarnafil Elite Level Roofing Contractor
April 10, 2013
Sika Sarnafil approved Chamberlin Roofing and Waterproofing as an Elite level roofing contractor for installation of Sika Sarnafil roofing systems. The company is among a selected group of roofing contractors recognized for their commitment to high quality roofing installations.
Every Sika Sarnafil approved contractor goes through a rigorous training and evaluation program to assure that they meet Sika Sarnafil’s high standards. In addition, each contractor is evaluated and rated annually on a variety of technical and business criteria and classified into one of three categories – Elite, Alliance and General – with Elite being the highest level of achievement.
“We are pleased to recognize Chamberlin Roofing and Waterproofing as a Sika Sarnafil Elite Roofing contractor,” said Brian Whelan, senior vice president of Sika Sarnafil. “Elite level roofing contractors are the best in the business, having demonstrated an unparalleled commitment to quality and the roofing industry.”
Chamberlin Employee Highlighted in Construction News
April 6, 2013
Jason Gibson was just a dude looking for a job when he came to Chamberlin Roofing & Waterproofing a decade ago. He could not foresee at that time that he would become an award-wining superintendent. He comes by his nickname “The Highway Man” honestly. Gibson’s projects take him to locations from Dallas to Oklahoma to Louisiana and Arkansas. Treating his crew right is one thing on which he prides himself. “I treat them like my friends and like I believe they can get the job done right,” he says. In addition to deer and hog hunting, Gibson enjoys tinkering with his new love, the guitar.
Read more about Jason in Construction News here (Page 6).