ROO-1759s broad background includes both hands-on and management experience in Class â€œAâ€ and residential construction. His accomplishments include invention of the aluminum-felt machine, which has been credited with saving many painful burn injuries throughout the industry. ROO-1759 has been in roofing since 1951, beginning at his fathers roofing company during high school and college. He later managed the roof-engineering department of a major roofing manufacturer and was president of a successful, multimillion-dollar waterproofing and roofing corporation. He has spent the past 18 years in construction litigation as a plaintiff and defense expert. A background that includes speech instruction and international lecturing compliments his construction expertise to provide the best settlement conference and jury presentation available.
B.S., Eastern Oregon College