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Six schools will compete at the 2023 International Roofing Expo® on March 8.
(Rosemont, IL) January 23, 2023 —The Roofing Alliance, the foundation of NRCA, proudly announces the six schools that will be participating in the 2022-23 Construction Management Student Competition. These finalist teams will compete in the final leg of the competition—the oral presentations—on Wednesday, March 8 beginning at 8 a.m. during the International Roofing Expo® (IRE) in Dallas.
The schools participating in this ninth annual hallmark event are:
The Roofing Alliance
Construction Management Student Competition is designed to test the students on
their roofing knowledge, project management capabilities and presentation
skills. This year’s project is Globe Life Field in Dallas. Teams researched the
chosen project, submitted a qualified bid package proposal, and will provide an
oral presentation to illustrate their roofing, project management, estimating
and safety knowledge.
All participating teams submitted their proposal packages, which were then reviewed by a panel of industry judges. The teams will now travel to Dallas where they will present their proposals as if they were presenting them to the general contractor for the project on Wednesday, March 8. The top three winning teams will be announced at the NRCA Awards Ceremony and Cocktail Reception on March 8, starting at 5 p.m.
To register for the student competition, visit the International Roofing Expo® website at International Roofing Expo | The Premier Roofing & Exterior Event (theroofingexpo.com). For more information about the Roofing Alliance, please contact Alison L. LaValley, CAE, executive director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
the Roofing Alliance
The Roofing Alliance is committed to shaping the industry’s future by funding education, research, scholarships and philanthropic initiatives—all for the purpose of securing the industry’s future excellence. Composed of 186 members representing extraordinary leaders from the contracting, manufacturing, distribution and service provider communities, the Roofing Alliance has committed $14 million to enhance the performance and long-term viability of the industry and allocated more than $5.9 million to fund 53 research, education, technical and philanthropic programs and projects. Serving as the foundation of the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA), Roofing Alliance members are focused on giving back and supporting high-quality educational programs and ensuring timely and forward-thinking industry responses to major economic and technological issues. For more information about Roofing Alliance initiatives, visit www.roofingalliance.net.