At C3 American Exteriors, we are blessed to have such an incredible and devoted staff! Every one of our employees is absolutely valued and necessary to our team. In this blog, we interviewed our CEO Carnie Fryfogle III. Carnie has been the CEO of C3 American Exteriors for five and a half years now, and he is also the third Carnie in his family to enter this line of business. Carnie loves what he does. During his time at the company, he has been a part of many different projects. We asked him what his favorite project has been, and he told us about the Thomas Edison Charter School in Wilmington, Delaware.
Carnie explained how the Wilmington project involved reroofing an entire charter school with TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin). Large projects like these are exciting and fun for our employees. Carnie explained just how big this Wilmington project was, and he told us about how it was a “very Large project; about 42,000 square feet of roofing.” He went on to explain why he loves projects like this one, telling us how it “allowed us to showcase our talents in the commercial space.”
Anytime we can help the community in any way, whether it be working on churches, schools, or similar buildings, we feel good about what we are doing. We love our line of work and have pride in helping those around us. This is why we do what we do.
For Carnie, being able to reroof 42,000 square feet of charter school with TPO was a standout project, but he loves every project he can be involved with.
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