Today's most popular shingle: Timberline®
In 1967, RUBEROID engineer, Phil Bottoli laminated two strip shingles together to create a shingle of extraordinary strength and aesthetics. The Timberline® Shingle became North America’s best-selling shingle. The same year, RUBEROID merged with GAF and adopted the GAF name.
We've all struggled, to one degree or another, to stay productive during the coronavirus pandemic. For example, when I drove away from GAF Headquarters in mid-March, I expected to work from home for, at most, a few weeks. As those weeks stretched into months, my co-workers and I have used digital tools to stay connected and productive.
By Don Kilcoyne
This article was translated from its original version written by Wendy Helfenbaum and is available in English here.Cuando sus compañeros se refieren a usted como El Maestro, sabe que su carrera ha tenido un impacto. Erasmo "Mitos" Fuentes: un maestro, colocador de techos, propietario de un negocio y capacitador de CARE de GAF, lidera con el ejemplo y representa todo lo que es posible cuando usted trabaja arduamente y apunta alto.
One of the greatest issues facing American manufacturers today is the shortage of people opting to pursue a manufacturing career. The 2018 skills gap study conducted jointly by Deloitte and The Manufacturing Institute found an estimated 2.4 million manufacturing positions will go unfilled between 2018 and 2028.
By Arlene Marks
At GAF's shingle manufacturing facility in Baltimore, Maryland there are several day-to-day responsibilities in addition to manufacturing, including materials planning, purchasing, and waste management, to name a few. Beginning in 2018, Baltimore's then-plant manager, Steve Ziegfeld, tasked the team with another challenge: focusing on their plant's waste streams in order to identify ways to make their operation greener and more efficient. Given GAF's long-time focus on sustainability and knowledge of Baltimore's environmental footprint, focusing on waste would result in the most significant improvements.