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DEC. 2005 | VOL. 35 ISSUE 12
Hurricane Katrina: observations from the field
NRCA Technical Services staff visited areas affected by Hurricane Katrina to observe roof-related damage
The laws of energy
A new energy law offers opportunities for roofing contractors
Jared O. Blum
Cooling down Chicago
Chicago's attempt to reduce its heat island results in interesting research findings
Renee M. Dupuis
Mark S. Graham
Keeping former employees away from your customers
G & G Roofing of Columbus Inc. reroofs the Buckeye Lake Yacht Club
NRCA has accomplished much after the hurricanes.
Ambika Puniani Bailey
Information about material price increases is available, as well as an interview with John Donaldson, president of CertainTeed Corp., Valley Forge, Pa.
Learn about proper built-up roof drains.
Many roof systems are designed to exceed building codes' minimum requirements.
Mark S. Graham
Job-site safety depends on contractor commitment to safety.
NRCA's Fall Committee Meetings and Legislative Conference addressed the roofing industry's political agenda.
Craig S. Brightup
Being nice can increase employee motivation and performance.
Karen L. Cates, Ph.D.
As I was saying ...
A growing need for roofing workers calls for new immigration policy.
Additional photos regarding Hurricane Katrina damage
Link to symposium study and additional information about urban heat islands
Housing starts fall in August
Housing starts rise to five-month high in July
Unemployment rises slightly in September