Gold Standards

NRCA members receive Gold Circle Awards for outstanding roofing projects

Each year since 1995, NRCA has honored outstanding contributions to the roofing industry with Gold Circle Awards, which recognize NRCA members who have met standards of achievement in four categories: outstanding workmanship, innovative solutions, service to the community and service to the industry.

At NRCA's 120th Annual Convention in Las Vegas, 2007 Gold Circle Awards were given to NRCA members for their community involvement, creative solutions and challenging projects. This year, there were no winners in the categories of service to the industry, outstanding workmanship—low slope and innovative solutions—new construction. Following are descriptions of the winning projects.

Gold Circle Award category: Outstanding workmanship—steep slope
Recipient: The Durable Slate Co., Columbus, Ohio
Project: First Congregational Church, Akron, Ohio
Roof system type: Slate

First Congregational Church, Akron, Ohio, is a historical landmark and on the National Register of Historic Places. The church, with limestone walls and century-old stained glass, is appreciated by the entire community.

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