Hello, I my name is Robert Dye. I am a Registered Roof Consultant.
Robert Dye is one of approximately 345 individuals to have earned the Registered Roof Consultant designation. He is active in all phases of roof system design and contract administration. Bob has been the roof consultant for several re-roofing projects with national recognition for excellence. He was one of five finalists nation-wide for the National Roofing Contractor's Association "Excellence in Design Award" for 2004. In 2006, he served as the roofing consultant for the Louisiana Superdome re-roofing project, one of the world's largest.
Robert Dye joined the Construction Specifications Institute in 1990 and was soon involved in Kansas City chapter activities. Since that time he has been active in CSI at the chapter, region and Institute level. Bob served five years on the Institute Certification Committee, including two years as Chairman. Bob was honored to be advanced to Fellowship in the Institute at the CSI Show in Baltimore, Maryland in June 2007.
Robert Dye's Background
Robert Dye's Experience
Director, Roof Consulting at Dressler Consulting Engineers, Inc.
October 2007 - March 2009
Registered Roof Consultants (RRCs) are consultants with distinction among their peers. They have proved themselves ethically sound and professionally adept through written exam, character reference, and documented experience. The demand for the RRC title by private clients and public agencies continues to grow rapidly as the industry recognizes the value of the RRC's quantified skill-set.
Registered Roof Consultant at RTE Technologies, Inc.
October 2002 - September 2007
Assistant Professor at Johnson County Community College
Construction Science courses in the Civil Engineering Technology department.
Managing Director at Robert Dye. LLC
Specialist in Building Enclosure Consulting and Building Information Management.
International Advisory Board Member at Performance Based Studies Research Group (PBSRG)
The Performance Based Studies Research Group (PBSRG) is a non-profit research group at Arizona State University. Since 1994, the PBSRG has applied best value and leadership based concepts to develop organization and service models that enhance efficiency, performance, and minimize risk.
The Developed Models:
* Reduce client management requirements;
* Create an effective risk transfer and minimization framework;
* Assist in defining performance and value;
* Establish accountability through measurement;
* Motivate continuous improvement; and
* Increase organizational efficiency
The process models provide a method to define, measure, analyze, improve, and control (six sigma) the performance of services, vendors, and personnel. The best value model is the most efficient methodology to deliver services (and has been most extensively tested in construction, but has also been tested in numerous other areas).
Robert Dye's Education
Kansas State University
Concentration: Construction Science
Shawnee Mission North
Concentration: College Prep
Robert Dye's Interests & Activities
Travel, Formula 1 fan, currently training for a marathon.