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Published by jennifer.taber, 2022-05-16 15:35:19

May 2022 Plant Review

May20 22 Plant Review

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents...................................................................................... 2
272 Itinerary................................................................................................ 3
Regional Financials & Overview............................................................ 4-7
272 Intro & Organizational Chart........................................................... 8-9
Production Office Personnel.................................................................. 10
15+ Year Employees - 272......................................................................... 11
Safety Committee - 272............................................................................. 12
Day Shift Departments - 272.................................................................... 13-15
Maintenance Department - 272.............................................................. 16
Shipping Department - 272..................................................................... 17
Builder Sales/Receiving Department - 272......................................... 18
Night Shift Departments - 272................................................................ 19-21
Highlights & Opportunities - 272........................................................... 22-23
Plant 565...................................................................................................... 24-25
360 Intro & Organizational Chart........................................................... 26-27
Framing Biographies - 360...................................................................... 28-30
Highlights & Opportunities - 360.......................................................... 31
421 Intro & Organizational Chart........................................................... 32-33
421 Itinerary................................................................................................ 34
Safety Committee - 421............................................................................ 35
Day Shift Departments - 421................................................................... 36-38
Shipping Department - 421.................................................................... 39
Maintenance/Field Service Department - 421................................... 40
Receiving/Inventory Department - 421............................................... 41
Night Shift Departments - 421............................................................... 42-44
The People of 421..................................................................................... 45
Highlights & Opportunities................................................................... 46-47

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MAY 12, 2022 ITINERARY
PLANT #272 - SAN ANTONIO, TX

Full simultaneous interpretation services for all employee meeting have been scheduled with Lingualinx

Review Team: Mike Ellerbrook, Zach McAuley, Michael Mizell, Ingrid Shane (virtual)

Interpretation: For those with more than 15 SP speakers, Grand Rapids will coordinate Full
Simultaneous Interpretation for the All-Employee Meeting.
For HR meetings, On-Demand Phone interpretation will be available if needed
Phone number: 877-764-8112
Company Account: 24293

In Preparation HR Admin should complete the HR Walk Guide prior to review date.
• Submit the Guide (and additional materials) to Ingrid Shane for review prior to
Review/Recap Day.

Plant Review Day (local times)

7:30 - 7:45 Kickoff

• Conference Room - Teams call Review Team

8:00 - 9:30 Yard Walk RVP and Plant
Management RVP and Plant
HR via Teams
9:45 - 11:00 Business Planning - 272/360/Design Manager
Management

8:00 - 8:30 Meetings with 5 randomly selected Veterans
• Conference Room with Teams capability
• 5 non-supervisory hourly with 10+ years of service

Jose Acosta Castillo E
Cesar Aranda S
Hector Sanchez S
Victor Morales E
Gerardo Saucedo Santos S
Sergio Lara Meza (alternate) S

9:00 - 10:00 Open Door Meeting(s) HR via Teams
• Private office with Teams RVP and Plant
11:30 - 1:30 • Safety Meeting to be held in June when Scott McDonald visits
1:30 - 2:30
Management All Employee Meetings, Lunch, Service Awards, FTFV and MVP
2:30 - 3:30
Team Sales Meeting - RSM and AM’s

Plant Review Recap Plant Review
• Conference Room - Teams call

* Safety Meeting can be held prior to virtual review date, please adjust schedule accordingly and notify 3
Corporate HR of change to schedule.

REGIONAL OVERVIEW

Mike Mizell
Regional General Manager

WE ARE COMMITTED TO:
Remembering the customer is our true boss.
Treating our customers, vendors and employees

fairly and honestly.
Providing a safe work environment.
Fostering communication and teamwork

throughout our company.
4 Doing what we say.

272 Q1 FINANCIALS 2022 REGIONAL FINANCIALS

360 Q1 FINANCIALS 2022

421 Q1 FINANCIALS 2022

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CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT Our Team has grown by 3 since the beginning of the year
to better our serve our customers and employees. Over
the last year, Customer Service has learned to adapt and
overcome by learning new skills, such as Microsoft Excel
and Access, and analytical techniques. Our adaptability can
also be seen in our admin department who now invoices
plants 227,272,421,374, and 379. The Framing Admin Team
has created efficiencies seen by the increase in sales, unit
volume and customizability. Field Service has been going
through an overhaul to improve our turnaround time,
accuracy and implementing TrussTrax without giving the
plants away. Pricing team has also grown with the help our
Colorado team. One benefit is both teams have a better
understanding of our others market. There is still
work to be done but are excited to explore
new synergies. We are proud of our team
and the markets we served as we continue
to keep looking forward, never giving up,
and creating new and innovate ways to
better serve our customers.

Luis Solis
6 Customer Service Manager

7 CUSTOMER SERVICE ORG CHART

272 UFP SAN ANTONIO

Veronica Pizana Ricardo Cuellar

8 Plant Manager Production

Manager

9 272 OPERATIONS ORG CHART

PRODUCTION OFFICE PERSONNEL

Phillip Vela - Inventory Coordinator
Julio Gonzalez - Production Clerk
Genaro Flores - Cycle Counter
Gina Partee - Human Resource Representative
Angelica Garza - Bilingual Recruiter

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15+ YEAR PRODUCTION EMPLOYEES

Humberto Vasquez Hernandez Sergio Aranda Andrade
Jose Morales Mario Rodriguez Valtier
Eleazar Garza Gerardo Saucedo Santos
Jose Acosta Castillo Ricardo Rodriguez
Cesar Aranda Francisco Alba Ponce
Sergio Lara Meza Guadalupe Alvarez
Ricardo Cuellar Miguel Castillejo Crisostomo
Julio Gonzalez Roberto Morales
Fernando Romero Daniel Navarrete
Jorge Morales Veronica Pizana
Hector Sanchez Hector Sanchez (Not Pictured)
Juan Perez Alvarez Sergio Aranda (Not Picture)
Ricardo Cuellar (Not Pictured)

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2021-22 SAFETY COMMITTEE “PRODUCTION IS MY OBLIGATION;
SAFETY IS MY PRIORITY.”

Adonay Lopez Alejandro Cesar Aranda Enrique Sanchez Hector
Maintenance Martinez Saw Dept
Floor Assembler Forklift Wall Dept Espinoza
Tech
Forklift Wall Assembler

Isaac Balderas Juan Alvarez Mario Reynaga Sergio Salazar Sinue Lopez William Zapata
General Shipping Receiving Saw Dept
Labor Forklift Roof Truss Maintenance Forklift Forklift

Assembler Tech

• RECORDABLES - 2
• ACCIDENT FREQUENCY RATE - .88
• 0 LOST TIME ACCIDENTS

Andrew Rodriguez Dani Martinez
Safety Coordinator Safety Coordinator

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• Installed PPE vending machines throughout the plant for ROOF DEPARTMENT (DAY)
quicker access.

• Installed a guide at the finish press to guide smaller trusses
through.

• Added port-o-cools for cooler air during very hot days.

Fernando Romero 13
Roof Supervisor Day Shift

FLOOR/SAW DEPARTMENT (DAY) • Added electric pallet jacks for easier movement of carts.
• Cross trained several employees on the monet web saw.
• Separated supervisors to include 1 for floors and 1 for saws.

Humberto Vasquez Sergio Canchola

14 Saw Supervisor Floor Supervisor

WALL DEPARTMENT (DAY)

• Installation of Triad line and retraining of employees.

• Installed tarps for lumber puller in wall line 1.

• Moved pop up saw dust collectors to more accessible
spaces.

Ruben Villanueva 15
Wall Supervisor

MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT • Added maintenance tech trainees to keep up with proactive
maintenance needs versus reactive maintenance needs-
reducing machinery down time.

• Rotating maintenance techs to supply maintenance needs
for Temple startup.

• Added lighting throughout plant for additional safety for
night shift.

Jesus Garcia
Maintenance Supervisor

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SHIPPING DEPARTMENT

• Extended Samsara use to all contract drivers for quicker
upload and access of delivery pictures.

• Saving time in pulling loose material by building and stocking
2x12 headers by the unit versus building by the job.

• 14 Day Supervisor involved forklift training.

Shorty Garza 17
Shipping Supervisor

BUILDER SALES/RECEIVING DEPARTMENT • Completion of the “Colosseum” for lumber storage.
• Cross training throughout department for black-boxing,

receiving, scanning, marking orders pulled and D-ing them
out.

Jorge Morales
Builder Sales Supervisor

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• Added a $2 night differential to become the shift of choice. ROOF DEPARTMENT (NIGHT)

• Added a full-time employee to remove jobs from the lines
and put jobs together.

• Hired new night shift supervisor.

Felipe Baltazar 19
Roof Supervisor Night Shift

SAW DEPARTMENT (NIGHT) • Built 3-layer rack for multiple jobs for mango cuts to reduce
carts needed.

• Built a new cart for OSB at panel saw in stair department.
• Trained employee to build stairs for night shift to add

capacity, when needed.

Hugo Sanchez
Saw Supervisor Night Shift

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• Hired enough personnel to run 3 full lines. WALL DEPARTMENT (NIGHT)

• Trained employees on the Triad line- had never run line 3
consistently during night shift.

• Set up system to show wall production live.

Rolando Rodriguez 21
Wall Supervisor Night Shift

272 HIGHLIGHTS 2021 Walls

• Highest total yearly output for 272 - 2,842,638 LF
• 12.4% higher than 2020
• Highest LF built in a week
• 3 weeks of the top 3 highest built weeks were in 2021

• Week 19 - 72,634 LF
• Week 38 - 67,061 LF
• Week 21 - 66,651 LF

Roofs

• Highest total yearly output for 272 - 16,465,492 BF
• 6.3% higher than 2020

Floors/Saws

• Floors increased efficiency over 2020 by 12.8% to 160.12 BF/MH

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• Production to be fully staffed - both shifts 272 OPPORTUNITIES 2022
• Walls goal: 12,900 LF/Day - 69,000 LF/Week
• Floors goal: 22,000 BF/Day - 121,000 BF/ Week
• Roofs goal: 75,000 BF/Day - 412,500 BF/Week
• Every other Saturday off
• Hit Bonus minimum 75% – Currently are at 38% bonus - 2021

avg = 37%
• Training

• Employees moving to Temple
• New employees
• Machinery
• Supervisor

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PLANT 565 THE FUTURE OF TEMPLE

• Hired first employee November 29, 2021
• To date, we have 23 employees hired and training.
• Tentative start date: June 13, 2022

Patrick Sullivan Jose Solis
PMT PMT

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25 PLANT 565

360 UFP FRAMING

Dave Warnasch
26 Framing Manager

27 360 OPERATIONS ORG CHART

360 UFP FRAMING Dave came to UFP in 2006 as a Framing
project manager. He was one of the very first
Dave Warnasch PM’s that plant 360 hired when the decision
Framing Manager was made to offer installed sales. Dave
worked in the custom home building industry
from 1993 through 1999. In early 2000 Dave
went to work as a field supervisor for KB
Home in San Antonio TX. In 2006 a position
came available as a project manager with
UFP due to the installed sales offerings being
made available to customers. In 2017 Dave
was promoted to Framing Manager, a position
he still holds today.

Skip has been in the construction industry Skip Cox
since 1981 and part of the UFP family since Framing Project Manager
hiring on as a Framing PM in April of 2008.
Skip has worked in the metal framing/
drywall industry as well as the custom
remodeling and custom home building
industry as well a short stint as a supervisor
for a custom swimming pool company. In
2006 Skip went to work for DR Horton as a
field supervisor where he worked till 2008.
That’s when he met Royce Gaida and Zach
McCauley and decided to make a move to
UFP as a Project Manager for our framing
division.

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Bryan is a 2005 graduate of Texas State 360 UFP FRAMING

University and has been in the construction

industry for the past 14 years. Prior to coming

to UFP, Bryan worked for a competitor of

UFP as an operations manager till 2009. In

2013 Bryan came to UFP as a framing takeoff

estimator where he worked for 1 year. In

2014 Bryan was promoted to Framing Project

Manager where he still is today. In addition

to his project manager duties Bryan has

stepped in and is filling the role he once held Bryan Balser
as the Framing takeoff estimator. Framing Project Manager

Cody Mcnaney Cody has been a part of the UFP team
Framing Project November 2017 where he came to work as
Assistant Manager a intern with our Framing division. Cody is
currently enrolled in the University of Texas
at San Antonio and is pursuing his bachelor’s
degree in construction science. Cody had
worn many hats during his time here at UFP,
from working in the plant on the roof and
wall lines to being a major contributor in
our efforts to build and deliver pre-built
stair packs to our customers. Cody has
now transitioned back to the field as a PM
assistant and currently plays a major role in
our day to day business associated with our
commercial/multifamily framing efforts.

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360 UFP FRAMING John is a 2016 graduate of New Braunfels
High School and a 2020 graduate of Texas
John Palmer A&M University. John graduated with a degree
Framing Project in Animal Science with a emphasis in beef
Manager Trainee cattle production. After countless hours of
job searching in the middle of the pandemic
with no success John decided to hit a posting
he had seen for Framing PM Trainee. John
became a part of the UFP family in October
of 2020 and has hit the ground running.
After working in our plant for 6 months he
was sent to work and train with the design
department and various other departments
inside the UFP SA organization. John is now
out in the field learning and using the tools
he was given to make a difference for our
framing team.

Esgar started his career with UFP in Saginaw

(plant 227) in 1997 as a safety/HR coordinator.

After one year in that role, he transferred to

plant 272 and worked in the wall department.

After learning all the different workstations

in the wall department he was promoted to

night shift wall supervisor and stayed in that

position for roughly a year. Esgar has worked

as a scheduler for 3 years and Safety/HR for

plant 272 for 5 years. During the time he led

the safety group, Esgar is proud of the goal

of going 1 year without an accident in 2012. Esgar Montalvo

Esgar also served as production manager at Framing Project

272 before moving to the framing team in April Manager Trainee
2022. 272 Field QC

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2021 HIGHLIGHTS 360 HIGHLIGHTS/OPPORTUNITIES 2021

• Completed 318 jobs total

• Completed first Multi Family project, Fulton Alamo Ranch
(272 Units)

• Started our second Multi Family project, Fulton Two Creeks
(248 Units)

2021 OPPORTUNITIES

• Fulton Sonoma, (350 unit Multi Family development),
starting in Q4

• Train new precut stairs process and show added value to
new and current customers

• Target to test floor cassette initiative on a Turnkey job site.

• Largest one-week PBOP in history of Plant 360 with $83,734
in week 13

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421 UFP KYLE

Jim Hill Francisco Cardenas Juan Franco

Plant Manager Production Assistant Production

32 Manager Manager (night)

33 421 OPERATIONS ORG CHART

ITINERARY MAY 13, 2022
PLANT #421 - KYLE, TX

Full simultaneous interpretation services for all employee meeting have been scheduled with Lingualinx

Review Team: Mike Ellerbrook, Zach McAuley, Michael Mizell, Tara Gasser (virtual)

Interpretation: For those with more than 15 SP speakers, Grand Rapids will coordinate Full
Simultaneous Interpretation for the All-Employee Meeting.
For HR meetings, On-Demand Phone interpretation will be available if needed
Phone number: 877-764-8112
Company Account: 24293

In Preparation HR Admin should complete the HR Walk Guide prior to review date.
• Submit the Guide (and additional materials) to Ingrid Shane for review prior to
Review/Recap Day.

Plant Review Day (local times)

7:45 - 8:00 Kickoff

• Conference Room - Teams call Review Team

8:30 - 9:45 Yard Walk RVP and Plant
Management RVP and Plant
HR via Teams
10:00 - 11:00 Business Planning - 421
Management

8:00 - 8:30 Meetings with 5 randomly selected Veterans
• Conference Room with Teams capability
• 5 non-supervisory hourly with 10+ years of service

Daniel Guerrero S
Reynaldo Sierra E
Hilda Bahena-Martinez E
Jose Duran Morales S
Manuel Mendoza S
Josue Sanchez-Mendez (alternate) S

9:00 - 10:00 Open Door Meeting(s) HR via Teams
11:30 - 1:30 • Private office with Teams
• Safety Meeting to be held in June when Scott McDonald visits

All Employee Meetings, Lunch, Service Awards, FTFV and MVP

2:00 - 3:30 Plant Review Recap Plant Review
Team • Conference Room - Teams call

34 * Safety Meeting can be held prior to virtual review date, please adjust schedule accordingly and notify

Corporate HR of change to schedule.

“MI FAMILIA MI SEGURIDAD” 421 SAFETY COMMITTEE

DAY TEAM NIGHT TEAM

Alfredo Zavala Francisco Alvarez
Jose Contreras Helmer Morales
Jorge Candelo Nixon Bernardez
Carlos Perez Rafael Chaneco (not pictured)
Gil De La Cruz
Rene Hernandez
Marco Reyes (not pictured)

• RECORDABLES - 1
• ACCIDENT FREQUENCY RATE - 1.43%
• 0 LOST TIME ACCIDENTS

Andrea Montana Manuel Gallardo 35
Safety Coordinator II Safety Coordinator I

421 ROOF/SAW DEPARTMENT (DAY) • “I feel that my team gives their best effort everyday”
-Carmelo

• “I am proud of my teams improved communication skills in
bringing suggestions and on how to implement changes to
my attention” -Sergio

• These Vaqueros are proud and thankful for working 1061
days since their last medical injury

Carmelo Jimenez Sergio Lopez Marco Reyes
Roof Supervisor Annex/Saws Annex Crew
Supervisor
36 Lead

• Gil was promoted to Crew Lead which has led to more 421 FLOOR DEPARTMENT (DAY)
stability for the team

• All employees in this department are cross trained and can
help in other areas of the plant when floors are not being
run

• These Vaqueros are proud and thankful for working 2496
days since their last medical injury

Carmelo Jimenez Gil De La Cruz 37
Floor Supervisor Floor Crew
Lead

421 WALL DEPARTMENT (DAY) • “I am very proud of how the team has trained new
employees in safety and production”-Cruz

• Communication throughout the department has improved

• Retention of veterans has been a key to the team’s success

• These Vaqueros are proud and thankful for working 466
days since their last medical injury

Cruz Solis Juan Alvarado

Wall Supervisor Assistant Wall
38 Supervisor

• New employees were added to the staff to keep up with the 421 SHIPPING DEPARTMENT
increasing Vaquero Production

• There are many veterans throughout the department

• These Vaqueros are proud and thankful for working 1478
days since their last medical injury

Tomas Zuniga Ignacio Chacon 39
Shipping Supervisor Assistant Shipping

Supervisor

421 MAINTENANCE/FIELD SERVICE DEPARTMENT • Growth of team has led to lower down time (Maintenance)

• Teamwork between the department and others is the best
it’s ever been (Maintenance)

• These Vaqueros are proud and thankful for working 2601
days since their last medical injury (Maintenance)

• Veteran field service team

Eduardo Ramirez Higinio Espinoza Martin Guerrero

Maintenance Field Service Field Service
40 Supervisor Member Member

• Emily has done a great job in organizing our receiving 421 RECEIVING/INVENTORY DEPARTMENT
department as well as multiple other tasks

• Javier mentioned the shortage of key SKUs of lumber has never
been better because of Chris’ efforts

• Josh is a UFP Business School graduate of 2021 and is heavily
involved in all departments, cross training, and continuous
improvement

• These Vaqueros are proud and thankful for working 1478 days
since their last medical injury

Emily Montana Garcia Christopher Simmank Joshua Garcia 41
Receiving Receiving Special Projects
Supervisor
Coordinator Coordinator

421 ROOF/SAW DEPARTMENT (NIGHT) • Leaders have focused on building a stronger training team

• Coordinating saws improved on having material all shift
long

• Improved on cleaning/organization by assigning
responsibilities to all employees

• These Vaqueros are proud and thankful for working 1735
Days since their last medical injury

Reynaldo Sierra Galdino Jimenez Rafael Chaneco

Truss Assembly Saw Annex Crew
42 Crew Lead Crew Lead Lead

• Assigning a crew lead has led to more focus on improving 421 FLOOR DEPARTMENT (NIGHT)
training, safety, production, etc.

• Department has improved on cleaning and organization of
the materials

• Installation of monitors has improved the team’s efficiency

• The Vaqueros are especially proud of this department
for being accident free since the plant started night shift
operations in 2015 nearly 2276 days ago

Leon Jimenez 43
Floor Crew Lead

421 WALL DEPARTMENT (NIGHT) • Success with new hires has led to the team running two full
lines

• Experienced team members take their time with new hires
to ensure adequate training

• Good attendance and teamwork have reflected in their
production

• The Vaqueros are especially proud of this department
for being accident free since the plant started night shift
operations in 2015 nearly 2276 days ago

Helmer Morales
44 Wall Crew Lead

15+ YEAR VAQUERO EMPLOYEES THE PEOPLE OF 421

Manuel Fernando Daniel Hilda Higinio
Mendoza Loza Benitez Guerrero Bahena-Martinez Espinoza

Cenobio Cruz Carmelo Tomas Reynaldo
Martinez Solis Diaz Jimenez Zuniga Sierra

7+ YEAR VAQUERO EMPLOYEES

5+ YEAR VAQUERO EMPLOYEES

• Invested in our employees by offering UFP Business 45
School/Training/Conferences

• Semi-annual Vaquero family celebrations
• Our veterans are instrumental in all areas of our success

421 HIGHLIGHTS 2021 • ACCIDENT FREE!!! 10 Medicals 1.33 AFR
7 Year History

• Roof/Wall/Floor All Increased over 2020
Roof 18,048,288 BF (3rd Behind Conway & Lafayette)

• Assisted Hillsboro Truss Operation startup

• Veteran employees have taken the initiative to mentor new
employees to our Vaquero spirit

• Full time employees received their largest bonuses ever

• Successful in retaining staff and attracting 47 new
employees

• A key to the growth was through the referral incentive
program

• We have proven to be the employer of choice for our
industry in the Austin market

• Hosted our 7th Annual Family Christmas Party

THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT CAN….DOES!

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• People 421 OPPORTUNITIES 2022
8 promotions of key personnel
Vaqueros have earned a weekly production incentive bonus
for 13 consecutive weeks
Continue to invest in our team and our culture
• Walls 1st QTR

2021 1st QTR/Week AVG 38,046 LF

2022 1st QTR/Week AVG 42,933 LF; increase of 4,887 LF/WK

Nearly 9 More Additional Houses a Week
• Walls Year End Goals
3,000,000+ LF 450+ Houses in 2022
Additional $3-$4 Million in Sales $1 Million in Profit
• Floors 1st QTR
2021 1st QTR/Week AVG 555,677 BF
2022 1st QTR/Week AVG 856,369 BF; increase of 300,692 BF/WK
Nearly 11 More Additional Houses a Week
• Floors Year End Goals
3,300,000+ BF 400+ Houses in 2022
Additional $2-$3 Million in Sales $1/2 Million in Profit
• Roofs 1st QTR

Highest in the country in Roof BF produced with 5,505,782 BF

2021 1st QTR/Week AVG 361,811 BF

2022 1st QTR/Week AVG 423,521 BF; increase of 61,710 BF/WK
• Roof Year End Goals
20,000,000+ BF 1,000+ Houses in 2022
Additional $8-$10 million in Sales $3 Million in Profit
Nearly 30 More Additional House a Week

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