Reilly Resumes Ownership of Rain Proof Roofing
Anchorage, AK.-Pat Reilly, long time owner/CEO of Rain Proof Roofing, of Anchorage has resumed ownership and management of the Anchorage-based roofing company.
Reilly had been with the company since 1973 and became president in 1983 taking over from Jack Markley. He sold the company to UIC, a North Slope Native corporation, in 2002 and retired from the firm in 2005.
"The company is now back in family ownership and management," said Reilly and "it will again be a vital part of the construction industry for both commercial and residential roofing projects."
Founded in 1962, Rain Proof became Alaska's premier roofing contractor state-wide working with a variety of construction firms and individuals in residential jobs. The firm has offices in Anchorage and Wasilla.
"We want to reassure our customers that Rain Proof is in good hands again and will remain a family owned business," Reilly emphasized. "We welcome this opportunity to be back in the construction business and to continue to work with some of our long term clients," he added.
Rain Proof was noted for its customer service and quality craftsmanship on its projects and won numerous awards for its finished jobs during its more than 49 years of business in the 49th state.
Long active in construction organizations, Reilly was president of Associated General Contractors of Alaska in 1999 and he and his wife April won the coveted "Hard Hat" Award from AGC in 2000 and 2002 respectively.