By the time Kevin Vandenlangenberg (known as Kevin Van) joined D. C. Taylor Co….
Brent hopes to continue the legacy his father and grandfather started – one where hard work and teamwork is valued and employee successes are recognized. Learn More
Thank you for stopping by and getting to know us. I’d like to help you better understand some of the values that are very important to our company.
No. 1 is safety. Nothing is more important than human life, and it is a requirement of our humanity – not just D. C. Taylor Co.’s zero tolerance safety policy – that we do whatever is required to ensure the safety of our employees and customers, as well as any other individuals present at our job sites. Our commitment to safe roofing practices is reflected in our lower-than-average incidence rates and the continuous training opportunities we provide.
Second to safety is quality. We believe in building things to last. It’s better for our customers and better for our environment. This starts with identifying the project stakeholders’ objectives, roles and responsibilities, and aligning project tasks for their fulfillment. This process and our culture of continuous improvement enable us to deliver quality projects and remain successful in this industry.
Lastly, I want to emphasize customer service. Our customers define us. The environment at their facilities and the processes being performed, the stringent requirements, and challenging conditions have made us more skilled as roofers. Despite having more than 60 years of knowledge and best practices, we are relentless in our pursuit of improved service delivery.
Brent Taylor, President
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