Spotlight Trophy for the Advancement of Roofing (S.T.A.R.) is an awards program designed by the Florida Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors Association (FRSA) to recognize members’ unique and outstanding projects completed in the state of Florida. A panel evaluates the entries for inclusion and outstanding performance in each of six categories. The six categories are Low Slope, Steep Slope, Specialty Metal Fabrication and Installation, Sustainable, Community Service Project/Charity Roof, and Unique/Miscellaneous. FRSA’s S.T.A.R. Awards and Officer Installation Dinner during the 95th Annual FRSA Convention and Expo featured a presentation profiling the winning industry projects.
Arry’s Roofing (www.arrysroofing.com) was awarded a S.T.A.R. Award from the FRSA for its exemplary work at the organization’s annual convention and expo in Orlando. The company took 3rd place in the Unique/Miscellaneous category for a coastal metal roof with one of the first StealthBond installations. Representing Arry’s was production supervisor Nemiah Smith.
The FRSA is a 501(c)(6) not-for-profit association of roofing and sheet metal contractors, and industry-related professionals and companies. The association keeps its members informed of building code and other technical roofing-related issues as well as representing the member’s interests with lawmakers and regulators in Florida, and informing the public of the importance of doing business with licensed companies. The association provides its members with assistance in the cooperative purchasing of workers’ compensation insurance, among other services. The association also supports the FRSA Educational and Research Foundation and the FRSA Credit Union. The subsidiary FRSA Services Corporation is a for-profit entity that publishes Florida Roofing Magazine.
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