CMR Construction & Roofing: Rekindling Architectural Glory with Unparalleled Expertise
Responding to storm damage has also been a significant niche area for CMR Construction & Roofing. For example, in the coastal areas of the U.S., where tropical storms and hurricanes are a never-ending threat to homes and buildings, it destroys the roof to such an extent that they are deemed beyond repair by most roofing companies. But not by CMR Construction & Roofing! In fact, the company was recently awarded the Hurricane Hero Award from the Storm Ventures Group for helping rebuild and support the community of Southern Louisiana after the hurricane in 2021.
What further enables CMR Construction & Roofing to address clients’ diverse needs is its team’s ability to travel to any corner of the country to take up a project without hesitation. While most companies face logistic hurdles in traveling long distances and mobilizing their resources at short notice, the company’s engineers are always on their toes and can swiftly initiate a project regardless of the location.
Creating Architectural Wonders, One Roof at a Time
Delivering on its promise of providing top-of-the-line roofing systems, CMR Construction & Roofing has been at the forefront of building several roofs for industrial, institutional, retail, and government facilities. The company is currently licensed in more than 30 states in the U.S. and routinely performs a myriad of tasks in more than ten states. Earlier this year, the company completed almost a million square feet of temporary roofing across 22 South Louisiana schools severely affected by Hurricane Ida. CMR Construction & Roofing repaired these storm-hit institutions and helped the school committee resume classes in a matter of weeks versus months.
CMR Construction & Roofing has showcased its ingenuity in several historic building restoration projects. One such instance that truly showcases the ability of the company’s team to easily mobilize its resources and equipment was the recent roofing project for the Governor’s Mansion in Utah. The existing roof was made completely of copper panels and was not a common assembly in today’s era. Even though it was meant to last for at least 50 to 75 years, it unfortunately had to be removed within 13 years due to its initial design and installation, leading to several issues, such as water intrusion into the building. CMR was tasked with installing a new roof with a new design. It was one of the most technically complex undertakings by CMR Construction & Roofing as it required highly skilled roofing installers with multi-generational experience along with the knowledge of how to form, solder, and join copper panels. The company’s team successfully assisted in redesigning the roofing system and laid a completely new, custom copper roof for the building, all done on schedule and under budget.
Striving toward Roofing Excellence
With every client engagement, CMR Construction & Roofing has been at the top of its game with a significant emphasis on showcasing its expertise and level of care and attention dedicated to each project. The company has strengthened its foothold in the roofing arena by having a team that feels like a unified family. It also devotes a lot of time and effort on hiring talented individuals and then creates the best-suited role for them.
Our strong emphasis on deploying superior quality roofing materials and highly skilled engineers for roof restoration has helped us handle projects of all sizes—no matter how complex they are
Looking ahead, CMR Construction & Roofing plans to diversify its revenue streams further to power business growth. After specializing in storm damage repairs and historic restorations, CMR is looking to venture deeper into the commercial roofing market and continue to grow its revenue in that sector to a great length by the end of the year. Last but not least, the company is also planning to broaden its competencies in the reconstruction services sector. “Instead of limiting ourselves to repairing roofing systems, we are going to take up full-fledged restoration projects for condominiums, schools, churches, or other buildings in case of any storm damage incidents,” concludes Soule.