Cole Roofing Company Welcomes Jeff Streib

Cole Roofing Company is delighted to announce the addition of Jeff Streib as the Director of Sales for both our Production group and our Service department group. Jeff will be an integral part of the executive team and the growth strategy for the various Cole Roofing product offerings.

Jeff brings more than 20 years of experience delivering and developing distinguished products and service in the construction industry.  His strong analytical and problem-solving skills allow him to meet our customer’s expectations by delivering a customer experience focused on performance, quality and value.

Jeff is a graduate of York College of Pennsylvania with a degree in Accounting & Finance and holds an MBA in Finance from the Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School.

Jimmy Canoles promoted to Vice President

We would like to congratulate Jimmy Canoles on his promotion to Vice President. Jimmy is a fourth generation of the Cole family. He leads our fast-growing Service Group. Jimmy has 35 years of roofing experience and has held multiple leadership roles in the Company, including participating in the strategic planning and implementation of Cole enterprises as we grow in the future.

Jimmy is alumni of Towson University with a Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Finance. A member of the Towson soccer team during his years as a student, Jimmy has for many years dedicated himself to the coaching and mentorship of young soccer players.

Our team is looking forward to years of Jimmy’s leadership and his help in shaping the next 100 years of our company.

 

Jim Layman Featured in Professional Roofing Magazine

Jim Layman, Vice President of Contruction for Cole Roofing, was featured in the “Details” section of Professional Roofing Magazine! 

What is your position within your company?
I am vice president of construction for Cole Roofing Co. Inc., Baltimore.

What is the most unusual roofing project of which you have been a part?
We installed zinc composite metal panels on a planetarium at a local community college. The building was designed as a cylinder with a sloped roof, and multiple sight lines had to match the panel joints. The project brought back memories of high school geometry.

Why did you become involved in the roofing industry?
While I was looking for a summer job after high school, I found out a close friend’s family owned a roofing company. The company needed a yard man and material runner for its busy season, so I filled the position.

What was your first roofing experience?
Unloading tractor trailers and running material from the yard at Cole Roofing’s old shop in downtown Baltimore

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