Tecta America is celebrating 20 years in business in 2020 and is continuing to grow its national footprint with acquisitions of independent roofing businesses while improving existing operating units.
Founded by a group of 10 roofing professionals with 17 locations in 2000, Tecta has grown to 75 locations with over 3,500 employees.
“Tecta’s business model sets us apart. We have worked hard since our beginning to take the very best of our strong local operations and terrific people, and then work to add incremental value provided by our national resources,” said Mark Santacrose, CEO.
During those 20 years of business, the company has utilized its relationships and experience to provide a comprehensive range of roofing services and technology to its customers.
Tecta America has specialized in installation, replacement, repairs and maintenance, disaster response, asset management, advanced sustainability, and in-house custom fabricated sheet metal work. Its roofing industry specialties includes industrial, warehousing, commercial offices, healthcare, educational institutions, and state, local, and federal government buildings.
Tecta America’s work has earned it top awards from roofing product manufacturers and trade associations. These include Gold Circle Awards, Johns Manville Peak Advantage, Firestone Circle of Quality, Firestone’s President’s Club Award, Carlisle ESP, Sika Sarnafil Partners Club Elite, and Alliance levels, GAF Master Roofing Contractor, and Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Excellence in Construction Award.
Tecta’s history includes seven past NRCA presidents who have served on the NRCA board, committees, and regional associations, as well as Tecta’s management team.
“A lot has changed since we came together in 2000, both across Tecta and in the industry at large,” said Rob McNamara, president of F.J.A. Christiansen Roofing. “Fortunately, the ideals which brought us together 20 years ago have not changed. Because of that, we’re able to look ahead and remain excited about our continued growth.”