FARMERS BRANCH, Texas — Chamberlin Roofing and Waterproofing opened its newest office in Farmers Branch, Texas, last week, just a few miles from its previous Dallas-Fort Worth office location. Though the move wasn’t far, the two offices are worlds apart. The new, 28,000-square-foot facility has a sleek, modern design created by Alliance Architects. Schwob Building Company was the general contractor, and Chamberlin completed the roof system as well as the waterproofing, elastomeric coating, warehouse flooring and all control-joint work.

The energy-efficient building contains some unique features, such as restroom countertops made out of recycled porcelain from sinks, bathtubs and toilets. LED lighting throughout the building and sensor faucets on all sinks lend to energy savings. The 14,000-square-foot warehouse space is ideal for Chamberlin’s in?house sheet-metal fabrication shop. The craft- and safety-training room and main conference room both have cutting-edge technology, equipped with the latest A/V controls, allowing all Chamberlin offices across Texas and Oklahoma to collaborate and communicate smarter and faster to better serve its clients.

Founded in 1897, Chamberlin branched out from Michigan to Texas in 1978, when the company opened its first office in Houston. Since then, it’s have grown to serve Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas and New Mexico with offices in Houston, Farmers Branch, Austin and San Antonio, as well as Moore, Okla., and Tulsa, Okla.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newest office in Farmers Branch was held on Friday, Aug. 14, 2015 and attended by several representatives from the City of Farmers Branch. The new building has already been awarded a Tilt?Up Achievement Award from the Tilt?Up Concrete Association (TCA). The TCA Achievement Awards program was established to honor projects that use site-cast Tilt?Up concrete to introduce new building types, advance industry technology and provide unique solutions to building programs. The winning entries illustrate the variety, beauty and flexibility of the Tilt?Up construction concept, as well as Tilt-­?Up's unique ability to get the job done faster and for less money.

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