President of Construcciones Permell S.A. de C.
Monterrey, N.L., Mexico
Pérez outside Santa Engracia Church, San
Pedro Garza Garcia, N.L., Mexico, with son Fernando; daughter,
Paola; and wife, Claudia, holding son Andrès.
Professional Roofing: What is the most difficult
roofing project you've performed?
Pérez: Insulating and waterproofing the Alcoa Plant, which
manufactures aluminum rims for cars, in the municipality of Cienega
de Flores, Nuevo León, Mexico. The 10-member crew applied
polyisocyanurate insulation and an APP-modified bitumen membrane on
the plant's 10,764-square-foot (1000-m²) roof system. Alcoa
plant personnel required proof that my crew had attended a safety
program and my company is licensed and insured, as well as other
requirements. Being an NRCA member influenced the plant owners to
give my company the project.
Why did you become a roofing contractor?
No roofing contractors could identify and fix a leak in my home's
roof system. I decided to learn about roofing and
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