Association Services
The Roofing Contractors Association's (RCA) primary functions are labor oriented
and include:

*        Collective Bargaining Negotiations with Roofers Local 30
*        Grievance and Dispute Resolution
*        Joint Administration of Employee Pension and Welfare Plans
*        Joint Administration of Employee Apprenticeship and Journeyman
        Training and Educational Programs



The RCA is governed by a Board of Directors, who serve 3 year terms. The RCA
Board of Directors for the January 1, 2015 thru December 31, 2017 term are:

Tom Belcher; Belcher Roofing Corp.   
Ed DeAngelis; EDA Contractors, Inc.
David Farragut; U. S. Roofing Corporation
Tom Manna; Patriot Roofing, Inc.

Sam Saling; Saling Roofers, Inc.

Joseph Smith; Smith Roofing Company  
Mike Thomas; Thomas Company, Inc.
David Thornton; ARC Roofing Corporation

If you would like to contact one of our Board Members, please go to the
Members
Page on our website for their contact information.

If you are interested in getting involved in the commercial unionized roofing
industry and becoming a member of the RCA, you can review the
RCA
Constitution and By-Laws and also view and print our Membership Application and
a
Bargaining Agent Authorization and mail both of these documents to our office
at 414 Rector Street, Philadelphia, PA   19128.  You may also
contact us
regarding Association Membership.
Industry Fund Services
The RCA Industry Fund provides the following services to all Industry Fund
Contributors:

*        Legislative information and activities at the local, state and federal levels
*        Educational Programs for Contractors and their employees
*        Social Industry Promotional Activities
Roofers Local 30 Joint Apprenticeship Program
The Roofers Local 30 Joint Apprenticeship Program is jointly administered by
Roofers Local 30 and the Roofing Contractors Association.

The program is registered with the Pennsylvania Apprenticeship and Training
Council and the United States Department of Labor Bureau of Apprenticeship
and Training. The program is subject to the rules of the Apprenticeship
Standards for Roofers as approved by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and
the United States Department of Labor on September 15, 1980.

This important program provides training to workers so they can become skilled
Journeymen Roofers at the end of 4 years of training.   

If you are working on a Prevailing Wage job, please make sure your
apprentices are on the current listing of apprentices by calling 215-288-8005.
Services