The Roofing Alliance and Arizona State University’s (ASU) Del E. Webb School of Construction proudly announce they will host their inaugural Roofing Faculty Retreat for full-time faculty members interested in learning more about and expanding the role of roofing in their construction management programs, March 6-9 at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona.
“The Roofing Alliance Faculty Retreat is designed to educate faculty members about roofing-specific initiatives, including the different types of roof systems available, best safety practices, key elements of roof design, technical and building code issues, sustainable roof system options, career opportunities and more,” said Alison L. LaValley, CAE, Roofing Alliance executive director.
The faculty retreat also will include a number of ASU faculty-led workshops, under the direction of Dr. Anthony J. Lamanna, PhD, PE, F.ACI, F.ASCE, programs chair, Del E. Webb School of Construction at ASU, as well as a key workshop featuring the new nine credit-hour roofing certificate program developed at Clemson University and presented by Dr. Dhaval Gajjar, Ph. D., FMP, SFP, assistant professor at Clemson’s Nieri Family Department of Construction Science and Management.
The faculty retreat also has been structured to allow for a variety of social and networking opportunities with roofing industry partners to make connections, access resources and share knowledge and information.
For more information on the Roofing Alliance, its construction management school initiatives and the nine credit-hour Clemson certificate program, please contact Alison L. LaValley, CAE at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.roofingalliance.net.
About 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 178 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 $5.8 million to fund 51 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.
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