PVC was first installed on roofs in the U.S over forty years ago. Learning about the beginnings, the advancements and the future of PVC will lead to a better understanding of this proven, environmentally friendly and recyclable roofing product.
After viewing this webinar, attendees will learn:
- After completing the session the listener will have an understanding of the history of PVC including the positive changes made to ensure longevity in performance.
- In this unit the listener will be provided with knowledge of how PVC adheres to the three tenets of sustainability.
- At the conclusion, the listener will be knowledgeable of the accomplishments in increasing PVC performance and know what the future has for PVC like bio-based plasticizers.
PVC Product Manager, Carlisle Construction Materials
John Greko is the PVC Product Manager for Carlisle Construction Materials. He has a Bachelor’s of Business Administration majoring in Organizational Management from Western Michigan University, and has held his present role since joining Carlisle in May 2010. Prior to working for Carlisle, John spent 20 years with Duro-Last Roofing Inc. where he most recently held the position of Vice President of Engineering and Quality Assurance. He has significant construction industry experience including: two-time SPRI (Single-Ply Roofing Institute) Board member, faculty member of REIE (Roofing Industry Educational Institute), certified instructor for BOCA (Building Officials and Code Administrators) and past membership in CSI (Construction Specifications Institute) and RCI (Roof Consultants Institute). John was a guest speaker at the NRCA’s 100th anniversary convention, he was a consulting editor for Architecture magazine and has published a white paper for “Low-Slope Roofing Workshop” for the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.