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Mike DeWit
Started working for Owens Corning in 1974.

He worked as a construction manager and project manager for Owens Corning until late 1989, building plants and process lines for Owens Corning in the United States, Saudi Arabia and in China.

In 1989, he became technical manager of Owens Corning commercial roofing division, then in 1994 became the manager of the Commercial Roofing Business having responsibility for maintaining guarantee requirements and repair of roofing issues for over 40,000 guaranteed commercial roofs.

Mike also managed all of Owens Corning’s in-house roofing requirements, managing their 30 sites in the United States and Canada. He visited most plants on a yearly basis. Inspected and had each roof scanned, put together repair contract packages to have roofs maintained. He developed a working roof budget for each of the divisions. He then specified roofing systems and developed bid packages for each of of the capital projects. He also qualified contractors and competitively bid all of the capital work. All construction was monitored either by phone or on site as was needed. Harder projects that dealt with required plant outages, complete asbestos abatement, and and/or high safety hazard projects were normally managed by Mike in the field.

Mike took ownership of each of Owens Corning’s roofs. Now, RTA is offering that same level of service and commitment to their clients.

Adam DeWit
Adam graduated from The Ohio State University in 2009 with a bachelor of Sciences in construction management.

Adam has been working with a local General Contractor since then as a construction/project manager.

Both Adam and Mike DeWit have successfully completed the course of study and passed the specific and practical examinations for Thermal/infrared Thermography level one. Training was given by the Snell group confirming to the requirements of American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT).

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