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Project Gallery: Single-Ply Roof Systems

As one of the first to embrace the technology in the late 1970’s, we continue to install and maintain EPDM, PVC, and TPO low-slope roof systems. We have installed 14,832,759 square feet of Carlisle Single-Ply roofing since 1980 on residential and commercial buildings.
Projects included from Commercial, Residential, Green Roof, Architectural Sheet Metal.  For more information on a certain project, click on the photo to link to our website for additional photos.

Commercial

Black Fox Elementary School

Carlisle EPDM Roof @ Black Fox Elementary School – Murfreesboro, TN

Montgomery Central High School

Carlisle TPO Roof @ Montgomery Central High School – Cunningham, TN

GracePointe Church

Duro-Last PVC Roof @ GracePointe Church – Franklin, TN

MTSU COEBS

Carlisle EPDM Roof @ MTSU College of Education & Behavioral Science – Murfreesboro, TN

Central Wastewater Treatment Plant – Nashville, TN

Carlisle EPDM Roof @ Central Wastewater Treatment Plant – Nashville, TN

100 Oaks Mall: VUMC Medical Center

Carlisle TPO Roof @ 100 Oaks Mall: VUMC Medical Center – Nashville, TN

Residential

Vaughn’s Gap Residence – Nashville, TN

Carlisle TPO Roof @Carlisle EPDM Roof @ Swift Road Residence – Greenbrier, TN

GracePointe Church

Duro-Last PVC Roof @ GracePointe Church – Franklin, TN

Green Roof

RD Herbert & Sons Building

Carlisle EPDM Roof @ RD Herbert & Sons Building – Nashville, TN

Hillsboro Road Residence

Carlisle TPO Roof @ Hillsboro Road Residence – Nashville, TN

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RDH News: Roofing Superintendent

John Kubic: Roofing Superintendent

John Kubic: Roofing Superintendent

John Kubic,

Roofing Superintendent,

John has fifteen years in the roofing industry, the last ten years employed at RD Herbert.  He enlisted in the US Navy after high school and joined the NMCB-7 construction battalion. Okinawa, Alaska,  Bahrain and Puerto Rico are some of the areas where he spent four years building around the world.  Five years ago, John moved up to project management and for two years he led the company’s safety program.

He briefly moved his family to Colorado last year and spent his time Project Managing Government roofing projects on over nine million dollars of Garland Built-up products. Returning to Tennessee this spring, he rejoined our work force as Roofing Superintendent.

His overall project coordination duties include job cost management, liaison between estimating team and building owners and General Contractors, scheduling, delivery coordination and reviewing progress of jobs on-site. Other duties include scheduling   roofing crews, organization and management of workforce, employment and dismissals of workers, training new hires, monitoring job-site safety, quality of workmanship, and warranty requirements, maintaining and replacing necessary equipment and tools, and monitoring daily weather.

Achievements & Associations:

  • OSHA 500 Certified
  • Safety Coordinator & Trainer
  • Project Management Training through Associated Builders and Contractors
  • Soprema Roofing Knowledge and Design Training
  • Continuing Education Credit for Time Management and  Organization.
  • Colorado Licensed Supervisor
  • ICC Contractor Certification for the roofing industry

Feel free to contact him:

John Kubic

John Kubic Card

Product Spotlight: Carlisle Introduces One-Piece Hinged Target Sump

Carlisle Target Sump
Hinged Target Sump

“Carlisle’s Hinged Target Sump can be used to add additional slope at the drain on structurally sloped decks or to start a four-way tapered design. It is factory-fabricated to ensure consistency and is available in a variety of slopes and thicknesses ranging from ½-inch at the low point, to 4½ inches at the high point. The Hinged Target Sump is available with Carlisle’s standard fiber-reinforced or high-performance SecurShield® glass mat facers. Custom thicknesses are available for optimum drainage.

On the jobsite, the Hinged Target Sump provides savings in both labor and jobsite dumpster fees, resulting in more profitable installations. A series of concentric circles, printed on the facer, simplifies drain cutout and allows the installer the ability to cut the hole for the drain away from the drain. This helps to avoid potential scrap and debris from falling into the drain.”

Excerpt from Carlisle Marketing Announcement.

To learn more about this product, click the image below.

Hinged Target Sump Product Data Sheet
Hinged Target Sump Product Data Sheet

RD Herbert is affiliated with Carlisle Syntec as an Authorized Applicator of their products but receives no direct compensation for this post.

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