Awards and honors for one of Washington’s oldest roofing contractors

Awards and honors for one of Washington’s oldest roofing contractors

Awards and honors for one of Washington’s oldest roofing contractors Nationally recognized restorer Wagner Roofing was honored today by the National Roofing Contractors Association with two Gold Circle Awards, the industry’s highest honor, as well as the Gold Circle Platinum Award for the most superior overall project. The Gold Circle Awards are a national competition to recognize NRCA members for their outstanding contributions to the roofing industry. Wagner Roofing’s Gold Circle Awards came in the categories of workmanship and innovative solutions for the company’s work on Mahan Hall and its distinctive clock tower at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Mahan Hall built 1907, Architect: Ernest Flagg It took Wagner Roofing 3,500 man hours of sheet metal fabrication in its shop and 14,000 on- site man hours to complete the restoration of Mahan Hall. “We are so excited that the NRCA recognized the painstaking effort that went into this project,” said Wagner Roofing President Chuck Wagner. “Restoring the thirteen 6×8 foot copper dormers – as well as ensuring that everything we did adhered to historical standards – made this perhaps the most challenging job. I’ve worked on in my 47 years of roofing.” The Gold Circle Awards are not the only honor Wagner Roofing has received recently. The company’s restoration of the 100-year-old copper roof of the historic Capitol Hill 7th Day Adventist Church, just blocks from the Capitol Building, was featured in the most recent edition of Professional Roofing magazine. The magazine pointed out how diligently Wagner Roofing went about the restoration, including taking exacting measurements of the finials and cornice so they could be reproduced to...
For Whom the Bell Tolls

For Whom the Bell Tolls

For Whom the Bell Tolls Wagner Roofing restores the copper roof system on Capitol Hill Church Capitol Hill Church in Washington, D.C., is home to a “Christ-centered, God-fearing, spirit-filled” Seventh-day Adventist congregation. Capitol Hill Church’s mission is to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ with loving and open hearts. For this congregation, it’s not about developing flashy materials, expensive advertising campaigns or an extravagant website. Instead of ministering on the basis of people coming to the church, its approach is to take the ministry to the people. The church wants to be known for its willingness to take the Gospel from within the walls of its building and positively affect the lives of everyone it contacts. Built in 1909, Capitol Hill Church’s roof had received minimal repairs during the past century. When leaks began to interrupt operations and services, the church selected Wagner Roofing Co., Hyattsville, Md., because of the company’s 100 years’ experience restoring… Click Here to Read the Full Article at...