White Roofs, Green Myth?

White, or reflective, roofs have been in use for the past 15 years. Commonly referred to as “cool roofing,” it has received a stamp of approval from the state of California, which has adopted its use in its building codes. It has become a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) standard of the U.S. Green Building […]

COVID-19 Statement

While we work for you, your safety is our top priority! Per the executive order, as of Monday 7/13/2020, every employee and guest must wear a mask to enter the building. As a provider that protects and maintains the safety and management of your assets and critical inventories, we are open and here to help […]

Worker Falls Through Hole in Roof at Roxbury Construction Site

“ROXBURY, NJ – A construction worker at the site of the new Shops at Ledgewood Commons in Roxbury was flown off the site in a medical helicopter today after he fell through a hole in a roof and suffered “major trauma.” The man, identified by colleagues at the scene as Jesus Garcia of New York […]

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