Why Critical Facilities Depend on Resilient Roofs for Operational Security

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Sponsored by FiberTite Roof Systems
Presented by Brock Martinez

Learning Objectives:

  1. Defining mission critical facilities: a spotlight on food processing, pharmaceutical/life sciences manufacturing verticals.
  2. Enhancing uptime and minimizing unanticipated costs: how your roof system can keep facility operations protected, covering the three R’s—redundancy, reliability and recovery.
  3. Cover the consequences of contamination: a look at FDA-regulated facilities and manufacturing best practices.
  4. Review: considering individual facility needs when selecting a roof system.


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Critical facilities act as the spine of their organizations. Being able to conduct normal business operations requires that these facilities remain open and fully functional. Nearly half of all building-related problems can be traced back to water intrusion, which typically occurs through the roof: your building’s first line of defense.

Highly regulated industries, such as pharmaceutical/life sciences manufacturing and food processing, must maintain high-quality control standards, while implementing processes and systems that enhance operational uptime and minimize unnecessary or unanticipated costs. For critical facilities, the selection of a time-tested and resilient roof system is paramount in operational security.

Critical Facilities

Photo courtesy Maple Foods


Brock Martinez is a National Accounts Manager for FiberTite Roof Systems at Seaman Corporation. He previously served as an Associate Product Manager for FiberTite and gained a wealth of knowledge about the roofing industry. Prior to Seaman Corporation, Brock served as a sales consultant in the medical field. He graduated from Roanoke College with a Bachelor of Science and obtained a Master’s degree from James Madison University.


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Originally published in November 2021