Purchasing Contracts

RoofConnect has contracted with various cooperative agencies to provide roofing services to all public entities. Through these contracts, the public entity is able to access best-in-class roofing contractors without facing many of the hurdles involved in traditional procurement methods.

Entities that can utilize these contracts include:

Education: (K-12 / Higher Education / Universities / Charter Schools), Local Government (Cities / States / Municipalities / Native American Tribes), Non-profit (Hospitals / Nursing Homes / Housing / Authorities)

Regions We Serve

RoofConnect is the nation’s leading commercial roofing contractor and proudly services the entire United States. Whether your company’s building needs roof replacement, roof maintenance, or emergency services, we have you covered. We have offer a broad range of roof-related services designed to make sure you and your business are taken care of.

We service the following regions:

The Benefits of Cooperative Purchasing

As a government purchaser, your time is valuable. Although most governments default to creating their own contracts by running their own competitive bidding process, they don’t have to. Cooperative purchasing is an established legal best practice that helps governments significantly shorten purchasing timelines and achieve cost savings, making your life easier as a government purchaser. Below, we’ll highlight a few of the benefits associated with buying cooperatively.

1: Save Time

Since the solicitation process has already been conducted, agencies can quickly garner goods and services through an already established contract, rather than spending weeks and months to solicit their own contract(s).

2: Advantageous Pricing and Value

Cooperative contracts often produce lower prices by standardizing commodities and services and aggregating spend. Smaller entities benefit by leveraging volume discounts and benefit from the purchasing power of a larger agency.

3: Subject Matter Expertise

Cooperative solicitations allow for the inclusion of subject matter experts across a wider base, as opposed to the limited knowledgeable resources available within a single contracting agency.

4: Convenience

For customer departments, the ease of obtaining products has been streamlined. Instead of the lengthy process of requesting quotes, bids, or proposals, customers select products and services from the catalog, as the cooperative contract is already in place and vetted by procurement.

Are you interested in learning more about Cooperative Purchasing?

Our team is always available to discuss how cooperative buying and how it can help make your job easier as a government purchaser. Submit the contact form below.

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