Cindy Chadwell, AIA, RRC, President/Chief Executive Officer Principal Architect with over 28 years experience in Architectural Design and Construction. She has been specializing in roofing design and construction for the last 19 years. She has extensive experience in managing all phases of Design and Construction Projects. She has worked for general contracting companies as well as architectural firms prior to entering the roof consulting profession.
She has been the President/CEO of ROOFTECH since 1993. She began as Director of Construction Administration in 1993 and purchased ROOFTECH in 2003. She manages the daily operations as well as design, consulting, inspection, testing, and construction administration projects for clients.
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Texas at Arlington, 1988
Texas Registered Architect, No. 15547, 1996
Registered Roof Consultant, RRC No. 304, 2003
Chair, Ethics Committee, Dallas Chapter of American Institute of Architects
Chair, Building Hope Campaign, Catholic Charities
Board of Directors, Nexus Recovery Center, Dallas, TX. (Property Committee Chair)
President, North Texas Chapter of Roof Consultant Institute (NTCRCI),
Member of American Institute of Architects (AIA)
Member of Texas Society of Architects (TSA)
Member of Roof Consultant Institute (RCI)
Member of National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA)
Member of Roofing Industry Committee on Weather Issues (RICOWI)
Member of North Texas Roofing Contractors Association (NTRCA) (Past Vice President and Secretary)
Member of Roofing Contractors Association of Texas (RCAT)
Member of Construction Research Advisory Committee at University of Texas at Arlington (Past President)
Member of Texas Association of Physical Plant Administrators (TAPPA)
Member of Texas Association of School Business Officials (TASBO)
Rooftech – President/CEO – Began October 1, 1993. Became Vice President in 1998. Became Vice President/General Manager in 2001. Purchased Rooftech in December 2003.
Visiting Instructor for a Roofing Design/Detailing Masters level course in the School of Architecture at UTA
Project Coordinator, Komatsu/Rangel, Inc., Fort Worth, Texas. Designed Japanese Pavilion at Fort Worth Botanical Gardens.
Architect/Engineer Project Manager, Designed and Managed Projects for the Dallas District, United States Postal Service.
Architect Intern, Arthur Weinman Architects, Fort Worth. Member of design team for the TSA Award-winning Old Jail Museum, Albany, TX.
Manager of Light Commercial Construction Division, Burnett-Wilson, Inc., Mobile, AL.
Assembled/presented a Continuing Education course on the thermal and practical issues related to “white” roof systems for RCI.
TSA Award, Old Jail Museum, Albany, TX, member of design team
NTRCA Golden Hammer Award, Commercial Project of the Year, Roof Renovation for Oakwood Post Office
NTRCA Golden Hammer Award, Commercial Project of the Year, Roof Consulting for JPS Health Center, Tarrant County
Architectural Building Components, Project of the Month, Roof Renovation for LBJ High School, Laredo, Texas
Some of her larger projects include the American Airlines Flight Academy, the American Airlines Learning Center, the Sam Rayburn and Olin Teague VA Centers, the Museum of Modern Art in Fort Worth, Texas, the Fort Worth P&DC Mail Facility and the Exxon World Headquarters in Irving, Texas.