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JUNE 2019 | VOL. 49 ISSUE 6

COLUMNS

A robotic revolution

Some experts predict robots will enter construction sites during the next six years.

Turning dreams into reality

NRCA is developing a better health insurance option for the roofing industry.

On the edge

You should be aware drip edge requirements and guidelines vary for steep-slope roof assemblies.

Building the future

NRCA advocates for inclusion of a robust buildings component in infrastructure legislation.

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FEATURES

Nick Sabino, president and founder of Deer Park Roofing Inc., Cincinnati, begins his term as NRCA's chairman of the board.

A self-made leader - Nick Sabino begins his term as NRCA's chairman of the board

A recent CertainTeed Corp., Malvern, Pa., study examines the costs of low-slope roofing labor.

Getting labor data to work for you - A study conducted by CertainTeed takes a look at low-slope roofing labor

Architectural Sheet Metal Inc., Orlando, Fla., helps build a new automated people mover complex at Orlando International Airport.

Roofing for miles - Architectural Sheet Metal Inc. helps build a new automated people mover complex at Orlando International Airport

To properly train new employees, expand your efforts beyond job-site demonstrations.

The importance of training - Properly training new employees goes beyond job-site demonstrations

Help your employees keep pace with a constantly evolving industry by prioritizing ongoing training.

Training matters - Working in a constantly evolving industry requires ongoing training