Cotney Construction Law Helps NRCA Launch ProCertification Program
Tampa, FL, September 12, 2019 – Cotney Construction Law (CCL) is pleased to announce that by collaborating with the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA), they have assisted NRCA in creating and trademarking their ProCertification program. In an effort to help the industry progress with advanced knowledge and professional certifications, CCL provided all of its time free of charge to NRCA.
The ProCertification program is a national certification initiative designed for experienced workers who demonstrate substantial roofing skills and knowledge to become certified by the NRCA in specific roof system installations. NRCA will certify workers with professional credentials after they meet all requirements and partake in a series of assessments.
“Giving back to the roofing industry is at the core of our business model,” says Trent Cotney, CEO of Cotney Construction Law. “By assisting NRCA and all of the staff and members that have devoted countless hours to the creation of the program, we can feel proud that we used our skills to affect lasting positive change for roofing professionals.”
For more information regarding NRCA ProCertification, visit the following link: https://www.nrca.net/procertification.
About Cotney Construction Law
Cotney Construction Law is a national law firm that fights for the roofing industry. Experienced in the representation of businesses and professionals in construction disputes and transactions, Cotney is a well-known advisor and legal counsel in the roofing industry. The firm’s practice areas include construction law, litigation, arbitration, business law, immigration, employment, OSHA defense, licensing defense, bid protests, lien law, bond law and alternative dispute resolution. The firm has Florida offices throughout Florida as well as locations in Chicago, Birmingham, Charlotte, Denver, Grand Rapids, Houston, Nashville, Portland, and Wichita. For more information, visit www.cotneycl.com.
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