At Coryell Roofing, we learn a lot when we go to school, but maybe not in the usual way. We learn from superintendents and administrators about the unique requirements, obstacles, and concerns that must be addressed when a large roofing project takes place on a busy school campus. In fact, with our experience roofing schools all over Texas and Oklahoma, we’ve come to realize that there is simply no substitute for the broad vision of the superintendent when it comes to keeping a complex job on track. Retired superintendent Bryan Davis agrees, and that’s why we’re so excited to have him come aboard as Coryell’s new West Texas Region Education Consultant.
Bryan has been a Texas school administrator for over three decades, navigating the pitfalls of large campus construction projects. He has served as a teacher, head football coach and athletic director, principal and superintendent, and recently retired after 8 years as superintendent at Dimmitt ISD including earning Region 16 Superintendent of the Year in 2018.
If you have concerns about your school’s roof, especially after the recent spring weather, please reach out to Bryan. He knows what a smooth-running, quality-driven project looks like from the school’s perspective, and that is why he’s coming aboard to represent Coryell Roofing across the State of Texas. He’d love to hear about the details, set up a complimentary, certified roof inspection for your buildings, and introduce you to the rest of the Coryell Roofing team – all done with careful consideration for social-distancing best practices in this challenging time.