TUALATIN, Ore. — Columbia Roofing & Sheet Metal has announced that Scott Haltiner is returning to the company as its sheet metal foreman/manager.
Columbia Roofing & Sheet Metal is a leading specialty roofing contractor in the Pacific Northwest and southern California.
Haltiner is now responsible for supervision and control of the sheet metal department and providing technical direction and ensuring compliance with quality standards.
Most recently, Haltiner worked for Fisher Roofing, originally a family business (formerly Haltiner Sheet Metal) that was sold to the Sherwood company. Haltiner Sheet Metal was founded in 1980 by Scott’s father, Richard Haltiner, and it specializes in custom metal fabrication, continuous gutters, and custom copper fabrication in Lake Oswego.
“Upon leaving Columbia in July 2016, I returned to the family business where I have been the sole fabricator and installer,” he noted. “I believe my skill set and work experience will be a great asset to Columbia Roofing & Sheet Metal. It’s good to be back!”
Mark Carpenter, CEO of Columbia Roofing & Sheet Metal, said Haltiner’s more than two decades in the roofing industry is a very strong attribute for his 22-year-old commercial roofing company.
“We’re pleased to have Scott back after a short time away from our company,” Carpenter said. “He has a long history in the sheet metal and roofing industry. Scott is a master craftsman in the sheet metal field and a strong leader in management. He is also skilled in an area of our company that we’re focused on expanding, which is in custom sheet metal fabrication including the addition of the Carlisle ES-1 sheet metal certification. This certification is the highest standard of sheet metal fabrication in conjunction with required wind up lift design and quality.”