Dow Building Solutions (DBS) is realigning its commercial market customer sales and technical support structure to better reflect how customers at different points in the supply chain access its broad portfolio of energy efficient roof, wall and foundation systems for commercial building applications.

MIDLAND, Mich. - Dow Building Solutions (DBS) is realigning its commercial market customer sales and technical support structure to better reflect how customers at different points in the supply chain access its broad portfolio of energy efficient roof, wall and foundation systems for commercial building applications. DBS also announced that it will expand supply capability for its Dow Roofing Systems new wide-sheet TIEMPO+ 2000 TPO roofing membrane, which was introduced to the market earlier this year. “Aligning our commercial sales and technical teams to reflect how our customers access our products and services is just good business sense,” said Dow Building Solutions North America general manager, Mike McGaugh.

Commercial architects, specifiers, design builders, building owners and consultants now will be served by a DBS technical expert, who will collaborate with them on how to achieve maximum building performance. Roofing contractors and distributors will be served by DBS roofing channel managers, who will focus on demand creation, supply logistics, service and support. Similarly, distributors of commercial wall systems will be served by DBS wall channel managers “Since we acquired Stevens Roofing a little over a year ago, our priority has been to leverage the technical know-how of both organizations and look for better ways to help customers solve their construction challenges,” said Victor Dean, general manager of Dow Roofing Systems.

Available in widths ranging from 8 to 10 feet to as narrow as 5 feet, TIEMPO+ 2000 is a TPO membrane that offers best-in-class seam strength and ply adhesion for maximum performance in roofing systems engineered for demanding high wind zone applications.

Last year Dow announced that it had completed its acquisition of Stevens Roofing Systems and the formation of Dow Roofing Systems LLC - an investment specifically designed to grow Dow’s participation in the commercial roofing market, and also accelerate Dow’s ability to offer holistic solutions for total building performance. For more information, visit www.dowroofingsystems.com or www.dowbuildingsolutions.com.