Year in Review 2020
2020 will go down in history as one unforgettable chapter in our lives. Although this year has been challenging, we have been blessed as a company and have much to be thankful for as individuals. We faced many unique challenges in 2020 related to COVID-19, including the limitations of negotiated re-roof budgets and the uncertainty in our market. Our team overcame the obstacles by working together and maintaining a positive attitude and work environment. The pandemic also showed us that our administrative associates could work well remotely and forced us to reevaluate priorities to find balance in the “new normal.”
Reflecting on 2020, we are so grateful to have completed our core value launch before facing these unexpected challenges. These guiding principles lit the way for us during dark times and helped us prioritize what’s most important, ultimately leading to a successful year for our company. In celebration of the end of 2020, we thought it would be fun to share some interesting 2020 statistics with you! Here’s what we’ve been up to at Mid-South this year:
SAFETY TRAINING SESSIONS CONDUCTED
85 classes (topics covered included: fall protection, forklift, aerial lift, driver training, OSHA 10-hour, and CPR/first aid) and 38 weekly toolbox talks
SQUARE FEET OF ROOFING INSTALLED AND SERVICED
Roughly 27.4 million
NUMBER OF CLIENTS SERVED
40 on the contract side + 376 on the service side = 416 total
NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES
172,840 (149 field employees, 290 days worked on average, 4 times up and down per day)
NUMBER OF STATES VISITED
NEW CLIENTS WELCOMED TO THE MID-SOUTH FAMILY
EMPLOYEE YEARS OF SERVICE MILESTONES CELEBRATED
5 Year – 12
10 Year – 1
15 Year – 4
20 Year – 5
30 Year – 1
As you look back on the ups and downs of 2020, we hope you’re able to find some shining moments, too. On behalf of the Mid-South Roof Systems family, we wish you a safe and happy holiday season.
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