Rob McReynolds, President D&D Roofing, VP Denver Operations
Hired by D & D Roofing, Inc. as a Project Manager in 1987, Rob has over 33 years’ experience in the roofing industry. Rob became co-owner of D & D Roofing in 1997. He is responsible for preparing estimates, overseeing projects, quality control, and customer service in the commercial division. Rob has managed a variety of high-rise office buildings in downtown Denver; in addition, Rob has completed nine American Furniture Warehouse stores and more than forty five First Bank branches. His other notable projects include roof replacements at more than seventy Jefferson County Public Schools, Lakewood City Commons, Harvest Junction Longmont, Oneida Cold Storage, many Furniture Row projects and over fifty-five business warehouses in the Montbello area. Rob served as President of the Colorado Roofing Association in 2003-04, NRCA Board of Directors 2005-09, President of the NRLRC 2008-09, and Executive Vice President of the NRCA in 2009-2010. Rob again served on the NRLRC Board of Directors for 2012-2014. Rob was the 13th person to receive the Lifetime Achievement award in 2014 from the Colorado Roofing Association. He has been to 30 NCAA wrestling championships and attended the 2014 Ryder Cup in Scotland.
Ty Mattern, President D&D Monarch Sheet Metal, VP Architectural – Denver
Ty started as a laborer for Monarch Sheet Metal in 1980 while continuing his education pursuit of a business degree at the University of Northern Colorado. Ty continued his employment with Monarch for the next 36 years, advancing and building the business with his contributions varying from janitor to President. After almost 4 decades in the Architectural metals business, his company was recognized in 2015 by the NRCA with 3 national awards for the American Heritage Center in Laramie, WY. The awards were Best in Steep Slope Project, Best in Ingenuity, and Best in Safety. In January 2016 both D&D Roofing and D&D Monarch merged with The Flynn Group of Companies to form Flynn Southwest LP. Ty plans on finishing out his career here with Flynn Southwest.
Chris Frey, Senior Project Manager/Estimator
Chris joined D & D Roofing in 2003 as a Project Manager. He has over 30 years’ experience in commercial construction including structural skylights, sheet metal, and roofing. His main focus is commercial roofing projects. Chris’s background includes estimating, project management, sales, and administration. Chris has extensive safety training, including an OSHA 30-hour certification. His most recent notable projects include One Denver Tech Center office building, numerous Centurylink properties, Parker Police Headquarters, Cherry Hills Country Club, Denver Art Museum, University of Wyoming Library, various Cherry Creek Schools, Southwest Airlines Provisional Building, Embassy Suites, Cherry Creek Shopping Center, numerous schools in the Cherry Creek and Littleton school districts, and several projects with Holy Cross Energy.
Jeff Roy, Project Manager/Estimator
After three summers of roofing during college, Jeff joined D&D project management team in 2007. Jeff graduated from the University of Colorado-Boulder in 2007 and received his Construction Management certificate from the Colorado State University in 2008. Jeff is responsible for estimating and managing commercial projects. Some of his notable projects include Safeway Freezer, UPS Distribution Center, University of Colorado ARCE Building, George Washington HS, Salida ES, American Academy Charter School and ten (10) Les Schwab Tire Centers throughout the Denver Metro area. Jeff was recently elected to the CRA (Colorado Roofing Association) Board of Directors.
Sean Beckham, Project Manager/Estimator
After working on the roof for four summers during college, Sean joined the project management team in 2010. Sean graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in May 2010 with a degree in Recreation and Tourism. Sean is responsible for estimating and managing commercial projects. Some notable jobs have been; Thomas Jefferson High School – Summer 2014, Safeway Freezer – Fall 2014, Ray E. Kilmer Elementary School – Summer 2013, Denver Center for International Studies – Summer 2012, Colorado School of Mines, Coolbaugh Hall – Summer 2011. His primary focus is large commercial projects. Sean is currently enrolled in the FEI (Future Executive Institute) program, which is run through National Roofing Construction Association and the Northwestern’s Kellog School of Management.
Alex Van Schmitt, Sloped Project Manager/Estimator
Alex joined D & D Roofing in 2014. He began in the roofing industry when he was 15 years old working his way up the ladder. Alex has worked in every field position and in several office positions, including superintendent and project manager. Alex knows Concrete and clay tile, asphalt shingles, Insulation and Nail base packages, stone coated steel, shake, and many synthetic and composite systems. Large mixed system commercial projects are becoming his niche. He is a river guide in the fantasy world and a roofer in the real world. Alex is extremely detail oriented and customer driven, striving to put out quality roofing systems every time is his goal.
Nicolas Gillan, Project Manager/Estimator
Nic joined D&D Roofing May 2015 as project manager. Nic has a background of 12 years in project management in industries ranging from automotive parts design and manufacturing to commercial HVAC technologies and international distribution. Nic’s experience in the roofing industry started at a young age working with his family’s company, PIE Global (Private Investigation Engineering and Consulting Firm). Nic has an in-depth understanding of roof systems and significant project management experience.
Jeff Nissen, Senior Architectural Project Manager/Estimator
This would be easier if I just said what I don’t do but some of my duties include managing the bid schedule of what types of projects best fit D&D Monarchs abilities and capability i.e. manpower and schedule. I do the estimating for the new construction as well as the reroof area. I review the other estimator’s bids prior to sending them out. I oversee the overall operation of the field installation. I also go through the projects when completed and analyze them to determine the overall profit or loss.
I put together all submittal packages, samples for the projects that I sell and send out. I send all info to our draftsman to complete our shop drawings for these projects. I fill out all work tickets for both the superintendents and accounting for the projects. I also order any specialty items for these projects as well as making a cut list of material needed for the larger projects. I communicate all aspects of the projects from start to finish with the owners, contractors, superintendents and installers. I do all of the change orders and billings for the projects.
Nick Coufal, Architectural Project Manager/Estimator
After getting his start roofing during the summer in college, Nick switched to architectural metal side and joined the D&D Monarch Sheet Metal in January 2015. Nick graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University in 2009. Nick is responsible for estimating, project management for the architectural division of Flynn Southwest. His projects range from small and specialized to large commercial projects.
Jeff Cary, Project Manager/Estimator
Jeff joined Flynn Southwest LP in February 2015. Second generation roofer with 30+ year experience in all phases of the roofing industry including Architectural Sheet Metal, Steep Slope and Low Slope Roofing. ASU Construction Management Graduate. Excels and prefers the project management aspect of the roofing industry.
Scott Brady, Sales Director
Scott joined D&D Roofing in July of 2013 with 5 years of experience in the roofing industry. Scott graduated from the University of Colorado – Boulder in 2002 with a B.A. in International Affairs. Scott served in the US Air Force for 9 years as an electronic technician and air traffic controller. Scott’s role as sales director is to gather and research sales leads and invitations to bid from contractors and to complete prequalifications for projects and contractors.
Brenda Lueck, Project Coordinator
Brenda joined D &D Roofing in 2012 as a project coordinator. She is responsible for bid proposals, subcontracts, insurance, subcontractors, product submittals, building permits, warranties, and project closeout. Brenda heads-up our H@B Temporary Worker program that helps us complete projects during the busy summer months. Brenda has over 20 years of experience in construction administration. She is a dog lover and enjoys spending time with her family, camping and a lot of fishing.
LeAnn Rasnic, Office Manager
LeAnn joined D&D Roofing, Inc. in 2005. She graduated from University of Phoenix in 2007, with a Bachelor of Science with an emphasis in Accounting. LeAnn is responsible for project billings, branch level human resources, subcontractor reconciliations, and miscellaneous issues that arise at the branch level. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, going to the shooting range, and making candles.
Megan Rebol, Assistant Office Administrator
Shortly after moving to Colorado from a small town in Iowa, Megan began her first career with D & D Roofing in May of 2015. As an office administrator, Megan balances a variety of duties throughout the company. She is responsible for managing all of the company credit card and fuel purchases, bank deposits, and reviewing and approving vendor invoices. She also assists with new hire paperwork, maintains employee files, and supports the office manager where needed. When Megan isn’t working she enjoys exploring the beautiful city of Denver and all it has to offer.
Scot Duncan, Purchasing Agent
Scot joined Flynn Southwest LP/D&D Roofing in January of 2016 and has never looked back. Scot started off in the roofing industry 7yrs ago as a driver. In addition to his driving duties it was not uncommon to find Scot working on roofs, learning the basics of EPDM and TPO roofing systems, helping out where he could. As his knowledge grew so did his responsibilities and soon Scot was purchasing material and tools for the contractor he was working for in Indiana. His ability to connect with vendors and suppliers made him a valuable resource. Scot and his family moved to Colorado from Indiana two years ago to accept a job as the assistant superintendent of a roofing contractor in Colorado Springs. In that position Scot also became that company’s safety officer. He is OSHA 30 hour, rigging and signaling, forklift and fall protection competent person certified. Despite the two hour commute, when the opportunity to join a company like Flynn presented itself Scot gladly jumped at the chance. Scot’s knowledge of roofing has made his transition into purchasing a seamless one and we are expecting great things from him in the future. Before children, Scot enjoyed his golf and his sports trips with friends. Scot is an avid fan of Notre Dame Athletics, in particular their football program. GO IRISH
Todd Smith, Superintendent
Todd has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry ranging from steel fabrication, pipelines, and carpentry. For the past 15 years, he focused on construction safety with a Denver general contractor. He has overseen all phases of construction from groundbreaking to the final punch. He is trained and certified for OSHA 10-hour, OSHA 30-hour, scaffolding, forklift operation, crane rigging, and flagging. He has worked on many high-profile projects including the EPA Region 8 Headquarters, The Pinnacle at City Park, Lakewood Municipal Center, and the American Furniture Warehouse Superstore. Todd joined the D & D Roofing team in early 2012 and is responsible for overseeing safety training, safety inspections, and overall management of the company’s safety program.
Tim Avila, Flat Roofing Superintendent
Tim was hired by D & D Roofing in 2014 with over 26 years of experience in the roofing industry. He worked on many high profile projects, such as, Denver International Airport, Jefferson County Justice Center, Children’s Hospital at Fitzsimmons, Hyatt- Denver Convention Center Hotel, Denver Newspaper Agency and Invesco Field. Tim is responsible for managing the flat roofing crews, coordinating material supplier deliveries, and scheduling subcontractors and equipment on each flat roofing project. He oversees each crew by visiting jobsites on a daily basis, conducting tool box talks, and performs jobsite inspections at least twice per week. He coordinates closely with the Safety Director to ensure that all employees comply with in-depth company safety standards and OSHA requirements.
Robert Schissler, Sloped Superintendent
Jeremy Jones, Senior Architectural Superintendent
Jeremy began his career with Monarch Sheet Metal in 2001. He spent several years working as a laborer and worked his way up to foreman status not long after. With ambition to grow in the company, he eventually was hired as the Senior Architectural Superintendent. In his tenure, he has accomplished many high profile, award winning projects such as the University of Denver Nagel Hall, the University of Denver Driscoll Bridge, and the University of Wyoming American Heritage Center, which was awarded job of the year in the United States by the NRCA. Jeremy is trained and certified in OSHA 10-hour, fork lift, man lift, and crane rigging. He is responsible for overseeing all scheduling and installation of the architectural division, providing quality customer service, and ensuring compliance with all safety requirements and standards.
James Leach, Architectural Superintendent
Megan McReynolds, Service Manager
Megan joined D&D Roofing in 2013. Although new to roofing, Megan did work as a safety monitor for the company on production crews back in 2003. She graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 2006. Megan has her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a minor in Health Studies. She began her career with D&D Roofing with roles in accounts payable and marketing. In 2016, with the acquisition of D&D Roofing, Megan’s role changed for the company. She now manages the service department. Megan’s roles strives to uphold quality and safety for the field technicians, provide support for our long term clients, grow relationships with new customers, and take on all challenges and aspects of a fast growing Denver market. Her outside interests include selling her canvas art paintings at local shows, dog sitting, and completing marathons with her mother. She has a goal to complete one full marathon in every state during her lifetime.
David Baker, Service Account Manager
David has been in roofing service for twenty four years. In that time he has work alongside local and national companies to provide the best service for their roofing needs. He has serviced the Denver Zoo, DIA, Lockheed Martian, The Colorado State Capital, FBI Building, The Denver Mint and countless others. He has worked his way up from apprentice to a project manager and solved thousands of leaks over his carrier along with working with contractors, owners and property managers to preform tenant finishes and maintenances to every kind of roofing system to ensure a water tight condition. His responsibilities include estimating tenant improvements, roofing repairs and small scope replacements projects. In addition David is responsible for annual roof inspections and roofing condition reports.
Ed Rubick, Service Superintendent
Ed began his career in 1982 at Douglas Roofing in Greeley, CO. After working on production roofing crews for seven years, he took his knowledge of all roofing systems and began his start in the service department. He continued his work as a service tech for six years at Douglas Roofing. After years of trying to find his niche in the roofing industry, he believes he found it when he began his career at D&D Roofing. Since 2001, he has served as a top service foreman for the company and was recently promoted in 2016 into the role of Service Superintendent. Ed is excited about his new opportunity and is striving to make positive changes in his department. He is responsible for scheduling the service crews, inspecting job sites, ensuring safety compliance, building customer relationships, and overall management of service crews. Ed’s outside interests include spending time with grandkids, collecting Coca Cola memorabilia, and practicing martial arts. Ed is a red belt in Tang Soo Do, high green belt in Kenpo, white belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and a yellow belt in Kali.
Alma Lopez, Service Administrator
Alma joined Flynn Southwest in March of 2016. She has over 10 years of management experience in various industries. Alma’s role for the service department includes responding to customer inquiries, assisting with billings, payroll, maintaining and updating customers in the database, ensuring that work orders are done in a timely manner, and resolving complaints and concerns immediately. Although she is new to the company, Alma is very eager to learn about the roofing industry. She wants to be able to grow and gain knowledge within the company. On her down time, she enjoys spending time with her beautiful daughter, amazing two little boys and her husband.
Tim Navratil, Regional Health & Safety Manager
Tim joined Flynn Southwest May 31, 2016 to assist the Denver branch (previously D&D Roofing and Monarch Sheet Metal) to achieve best in class Safety performance and help promote and support Flynn’s #1 Priority – Safety.
In order to ensure we meet this priority we must “C.A.R.E.
C: Competency – Have you got the correct training and knowledge to perform the job? A: Awareness – Are you aware of the hazards and risks? R: Risk Management – Have you got the correct tools/knowledge to manage the risks? E: Empowered – Are you empowered to make the correct decision to manage the risks?
Tim has over 18 years of experience as a Maintenance and Construction contractor at the Commerce City Refinery and in Upstream and Downstream new construction projects. Tim has supported numerous small and mid-capital projects over the last 12 years as a Safety Leader, including the Odyssey Low Sulfur Gasoline, Hydrogen plant, storage tanks, Boilers, piping, drum, tower and building upgrades at the Suncor Refinery. Tim also supported the Conoco Phillips Niobrara Gathering line project and Pony station construction in Watkins, CO as well as the removal and relocation of a Sunoco LSG unit from Eagle Point, NJ to Philadelphia Energy.