NRCA members receive Gold Circle Awards for exceptional roofing projects
Every year, NRCA honors members who have made outstanding contributions to the roofing industry through its Gold Circle Awards program. Members are nominated by their peers for meeting standards of achievement in four categories: outstanding workmanship, innovative solutions, service to the community and service to the industry.
The 13th annual Gold Circle Awards were presented to members during NRCA's 121st Annual Convention in Las Vegas. This year, 20 nominations were received for projects completed between June 1, 2005, and Sept. 31, 2007. There were no winners in the categories of outstanding workmanship—low slope, innovative solutions—reroofing or service to the industry. Following are profiles of the winning projects.
Gold Circle Award category: Outstanding workmanship—steep slope
Recipient: Steinrock Roofing & Sheet Metal Inc., Louisville, Ky.
Project: Bourbon County Courthouse, Paris, Ky.
Roof system type: Copper
Bourbon County Courthouse was built in Paris, Ky., beginning in 1901. Construction of the courthouse, which is Bourbon County's fourth courthouse, was completed in 1905 at a total cost of $170,000. Bourbon County Courthouse is now listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
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