The Western States Roofing Contractors Association (WSRCA) named roofing veteran Chuck Chapman to its Hall of Fame.

The Hall of Fame is the highest recognition possible for anyone involved with the WSRCA to receive. Chapman, the president of Tecta America Arizona, has been a committee chair and served two full terms as a Western States Board of Director. Outside of the WSRCA, Chapman has served as president of the Arizona Roofing Contractors Association.

“Anyone that knows Western States can tell you how important Chuck's contributions over the last two decades have been to our success,” the WSRCA stated in a Facebook post.

Along with his position as a board of director, Chapman has helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Davis Memorial Foundation, which provides scholarships to students who want to attend a trade school or earn a college or university degree that relates to the construction industry. Chapman is currently the chairman for the foundation.

Chapman began his roofing career as an estimator, project manager and sales manager at Universal Roofers in Phoenix, Ariz. in 1985. He became vice president of Classic Roofing in 1994 before serving as an estimator and project manager at Central Roofing Company, a Tecta America company. He went on to serve as president of Central Roofing Company in 2009 before becoming president of Tecta America Arizona in 2011.

“I’m thankful for the fact that I work for a good company,” Chapman told RC during the 2021 Best of Success conference. “It’s been very encouraging to have the support of everyone in our company, especially at the top level, supporting everyone and making sure that everybody is safe and having policies that are employee-friendly to make sure that everybody is properly taken care of.”