Learn about how Restoration Builders continue to be disruptors and innovators in the building materials service sector through embracing the principles of Environmental Social Governance (ESG).

ESG

As a disruptor and innovator in the building materials service sector, Restoration Builders Inc. has embraced the principles of ESG (Environmental Social Governance) along with being an evaluator and aggregator of best-in-class technologies that will offer our customers unique and highly differentiated products that are environmentally responsible, renewable, recyclable and will reduce the carbon footprint.

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Restoration Builders Inc. believes incorporating the principles of ESG into its business is in the long-term interest of our customers, employees, shareholders, and the environment. Restoration Builders has fully committed to ESG. We wholeheartedly believe that we have a responsibility to all our stakeholders to be good stewards of the environment, provide a safe and diverse workplace for our employees, and give back to the communities we serve.

At Restoration Builders, ESG is sound corporate policy that aligns our interests with those of our customers, employees, and shareholders. Restoration Builders believe that our comprehensive ESG Program is helping us build a better business today and for the future.

ENVIRONMENTAL

Restoration Builders is a technology evaluator, aggregator, and market leader in bringing best of class recycled, environmentally responsible materials to the built sector. RBI’s Technology Group conducts due diligence and performs independent evaluations on various technologies and materials to provide our customers with environmentally responsible choices through its e-commerce enabled website and mobile app.

Recycling Program

Restoration Builders is launching an asphalt shingle recycling program that gives every customer the choice to recycle their existing asphalt shingles.

Turnkey Solar Program

Restoration Builders will offer a first-of-its-kind turnkey solar program that offers to finance for qualified customers and includes a wraparound solar & roofing warranty. Restoration builders will be the “one-stop” service provider for the consumer’s roofing and solar needs.

Leveraging Our Relationships

Restoration Builders is using its unparalleled market footprint as the largest residential exterior building materials services company to leverage its relationships with suppliers to bring the highest quality environmentally responsible materials to our customers quickly and diligently.

New Technology

Restoration Builders has a strategic relationship with industry partners to research and develop eco-friendly building materials.

SOCIAL

Restoration Builders is addressing its social responsibility to its stakeholders with a give back program, an annual event, and our company-owned training schools.

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Restoration Builder’s Neighbors Helping NeighborsTM give back program contributes a portion of revenues to fund repairs and services for disadvantaged neighbors in the communities we serve.

Paying it Forward

Restoration Builders hosted our first annual “Restoration Builder’s Pays It Forward” company-wide stewardship event. Serving those who serve, we identify deserving families with a new roof and more. Check it out!

Building From Within

Restoration Builder’s company-owned training schools provide the necessary technical skills, knowledge, and industry-wide quality standards to pursue a career in the built sector.  Restoration Builders has successfully recruited and hired many of these graduates to work for the Company in a variety of roles.  Going forward, Restoration Builders plans to expand the curriculum of these schools to offer additional certifications and broaden its academic offering into other complementary areas.

Governance

Restoration Builders and its Board of Directors intend to implement and measure the following criteria in its Governance Policy as per S&P Global.

Corporate Governance, Codes of Business Conduct, Risk & Crisis Management, Supply Chain Management, Tax Strategy, Materiality, Policy Influence and Impact Measurement & Valuation.

Corporate Governance

will focus on Board structure, diversity, effectiveness, experience and tenure, in addition to a review of executive compensation and management ownership.

Codes of Business Conduct

will address business ethics and if the company’s code of conduct and compliance is designed to prevent bribery and corruption within Restoration Builders.

Risk and Crisis Management

will examine the effectiveness of Restoration Builder’s risk management, its systems, the identification of long-term risks, and mitigation efforts.

Supply Chain Management

measures Restoration Builders’s effectiveness in managing the associated risks and opportunities within its supply chain.

Tax Strategy

examines Restoration Builders’s policy to taxation issues and the company’s tax practices.

Materiality

identifies sources of long term value creation, creation of long term metrics and transparency reporting this information publicly.

Policy Influence

measures and evaluates monies Restoration Builders may allocate to organizations to create, influence or regulate public policy, legislation, and or regulations.

Impact Measurement & Valuation

measures Restoration Builder’s program(s) for social needs and strategic social investments.  The impact of these external items are not reflected in the company’s financial statements but may have the potential of being beneficially priced in over time.

Governance Infographic

ESG LEADERSHIP TEAM

Susan Betcher

Susan Betcher

Director of ESG

Over 20 years experience in patent law, and as a patent partner in Perkins Coie’s Intellectual Property Practice Group.

Featured in The Best Lawyers in America; CleanTech Law and Patent Law 2015-2021.

A trained engineer with experience in a broad range of technology sectors including a concentration in clean technology sectors.

Advises public and private clients focused on renewable energy and materials, efficiency, storage, smart grids, and other areas of sustainable energy.

Seattle Children’s current Board Chair; CleanTech Alliance, Board of Directors and Executive Committee Member; University of Washington, College of Engineering, Dean’s Committee and Clean Energy Institute Technology Council Member.

Hubert Bourque

Hubert Bourque

Director of Product Research

Renewable energy and materials recovery environmental professional.

Assessed, developed, and implemented renewable natural gas technology and optimization of landfill biogas.

Chairman of the Board of environmental industry training, certification and labor needs organization.

Community relations lead for environmental projects.

Engineering support for waste management technologies.

  Steve Fulgham

Steve Fulgham

Director of Solar & Energy Operations

Double-NABCEP Certified, one of the original “Faces of NABCEP” & a recognized expert in the solar industry

Selected by U.S. Department of Energy as the official “Solar Ready Vets” trainer for U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton

Holds five CA Contractor Licenses: A-General Engineering; B-General Contracting; C10-Electrical; C39-Roofing; C46-Solar

Senior Vice President while at Computer Associates, a 6 Billion dollar fortune 50 software company

Clint Vaughn

Clint Vaughn

Director of Product Development & Partnerships

Founder of Roofscapes Exteriors, LLC with over 21 years of experience in the roofing construction industry.

Drafted language & lobbied for the Oklahoma Roofing Contractor Registration Act in 2011.

Served on the Oklahoma Roofing Contractor Association Board from 2010-2013 & the NRCA Residential Contractors committee from 2020-2021.

Bachelors of Business Administration (2000) & a Masters of Business Administration (2004) with an emphasis on e-commerce from Oklahoma Christian University.