News at Revere
CDA Announced 2017 Architectural Award winners - featuring some projects with Revere Copper. To see the awards, visit: https://www.copper.org/applications/architecture/awards/winners.html
Revolutionary American Indiustrialist, Paul Revere, get's his original factory in Canton, Mass brought back to life! https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/regionals/south/2017/02/17/canton-paul-revere-sets-foundation-for-new-attraction/eX7i6cKBSW9hbcBcxHkvqL/story.html
July 7th, 2017, Revere announces a $0.02 - $0.03/lb price increase on all architectural products. The increase is effective with shipments dated 8/1/2017 and later.
Revere employees participate in 2017's Relay for Life
Revere employee Mary House took this beautiful photo of our legendary sign
Revere conducted a customer service survey with a response rate of 45%! Thank you to all our customers that took the small time out of their day to give us feedback. These results help us understand if we are meeting your expectations (and our goal) of having superior customer service!
Revere employees once again teamed up in the fight again cancer during the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life event held at the NYS School for the Deaf in Rome, NY.
04/19/2016 Revere announced that TCS II will no longer be produced.
A team of Revere employees particupated in this years America's Greatest Heart Run & Walk in Utica, NY on Saturday, March 5th.
Watch Revere Copper on Animal Planet’s Treehouse Masters. Visit AnimalPlanet.com for the show schedule:
Monday February 15, Revere made the following announcement in the American Metal Market regarding a change in business direction:
Effective immediately, we will focus exclusively on the casting and rolling of 100 series copper alloys, discontinuing production of brass & brass alloys, as well as all extruded product.
Revere has demonstrated for over two centuries its strength & quality while producing copper bar, sheet, strip, & plate. The removal of brass allows us to be much more flexible & timely in meeting the changing requirements of our customers.
The result our customers will see is a heightened level of consistency from our mill, stock that's available for immediate shipment, lead times that meet their expectations, and the quality they’ve come to expect from Revere. T
here will be no changes to our Customer Support or Sales & Marketing Team, which will continue to be highly responsive to their needs.
The decision allows Revere to grow quickly and efficiently in an all copper direction, and serve its customers better than ever. Revere's goal is to be a world class supplier and deliver high quality copper products to its valued partners in the copper industry.
All communications regarding current order status should be directed to Revere's Customer Support Team in Rome, NY.
Revere VP of Sales & Marketing, Joe Schoeck, gets in the Christmas Spirit!
The last weekend of the summer, over 30 Revere employees dedicated their afternoon to serving beer & wine at the annual fundraiser for the Rome Memorial Hospital. The "Brew Ha Ha" was not only a success, but was a FUN volunteer oportunity for our team!
Revere Copper Products, Inc. Supplied Material in Six Award Winning Architecture Projects!
Each year, the Copper Development Association holds its North American Copper in Architecture Awards and in 2015, Revere Copper Products, Inc. supplied copper for six of the 12 winning projects.
1. Dumbarton Oaks Fellowship House - The detailing of the project relies heavily on the tradition of details documented in Copper and Common Sense, distributed by Revere Copper Products, Inc.
2. Harvard University Tozzer Library - When it came time to renovate and expand the Harvard University Tozzer Library, 20-ounce copper was chosen for the roof because of its durability, malleability and workability.
3. Laurel and Oak Halls, Social Sciences and Classroom Buildings, University of Connecticut - The sustainable aspects of copper were a significant consideration for the project, including copper's potential for being recycled.
4. Maine State House Dome Restoration - Approximately 15-18 percent of the copper was cut-off waste due to the curved nature of many of the components. The waste was then cut up and made into copper clip stock for the roof installation, or scrapped for recycling.
5. Massachusetts General Hospital Paul S. Russell, MD Museum of Medical History and Innovation - The Massachusetts General Hospital Paul S. Russell, MD Museum of Medical History and Innovation relied on copper for contextual, sustainable and architectural details.
6. Museum of Comparative Zoology - The roofing project at the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University was a massive undertaking, requiring the duplication of the existing copper roof - the bulk of which consisted of copper panels with vertical batten seams and horizontal flat seams.
Revere receives Mohawk Valley Edge "Leading EDGE Award" Leading Edge Award
Revere was recognized as "Most Improved" participant in the American Heart Association "Go Red for Woman" Corporate competition 2015. This recognition was for the level of employee wellness activity demonstrated and Revere was further recognized for being the Company that exhibited the most ambitious spirit for winter activities such as skiing, snow-shoeing, skating and shoveling!
Revere employees, Jim Walas, Bret Morgan, & Joe Schoeck attended the International Roofing Expo in New Orleans February 24 - 26 www.theroofingexpo.com
Revere is excited to announce the 2014 winner of the Charles T Beeching - Revere Copper Products Family Scholarship - Enisa Bakalovic. Enisa recently completed her studies at SUNY IT, with a Bachelors Degree in Biology. She is now pursuing pre-medical school studies so that she can pursue the profession of and practice of medicine. Enisa is the daughter of Revere Bar Mill employee Esef Bakalovic.
Revere's Alpine Ski Race Team is underway! Employees Dale McLean (Process Engineering), Jim Carter (Finance), Tim Rosbrook (Human Resources), & Amy O'Shaughnessy (Marketing) compete each Wedesday night at 7pm at our local ski area, Woods Valley.
The Revere Employees Benevolent Fund donated $2,500 to the Rome Rescue Mission. Seen in this photo are: Carol Commisso, Nick Clemons, Amy O'Shaughnessy, Matt Miller (Rescue Mission), Jay Calandra, Joe Fusco (Rome's Mayor), Tom Adams & Bill Muha.
Revere and the local UAW hosted a joint Veterans' Day Lunch on Veteran's Day for all 3 shifts! Employees honored current and past members of the United States military and are so thankful for their service. We enjoyed a fantastic bowl of Chili made locally at Mazzaferro's Meat Market in Rome, NY, cupcakes made by our local grocery store, and fresh apples picked from an Orchard not to far away.
Revere's Jim Walas presented "Copper Architectural Applications" - a program on the design and architectural applications of copper, covering specifications, seam types, soldering, expansion, environmental concers, and antimicrobial copper - at the October 22, 2014 AIA Connecticut Annual Conference. Jim's 1 hour class was heavily attended by architects looking to expand their continuining education credit.
Revere supports Rome Hospital Community Foundation—and is once again sponsoring three key fund raising events for the Foundation in 2014, including the upcoming Hospital Gala in November.
A huge congrats to Brad Davis for being selected to represent Revere in the Leadership Mohawk Valley 2014-2015 class. Brad is the Superintendent of Revere's Bar & Extrusion Mill and has worked with Revere since 2006, holding various leadership positions for the last 8 years.
Members of Revere's Behavior Based Safety Steering Committee attended the 20th annual Behavioral Safety Now (BSN) Conference in Buffalo, NY from October 7-9, 2014. During the conference, the team had the opportunity to learn from leading Industry Professionals, Behavioral Psychologists and other companies managing a Behavioral Based Safety Process. Revere had the opportunity to tell the story of our struggles and successes with BBS - receiving great feedback from the crowd! The lessons learned during BSN will go a long way in helping to shape our BBS process in the future.
The 2014 recipients of the Philip E Tosti Memorial Scholarship were Daniele Ricci and Nicholas Rosbrook. The two recent High School graduates each were awarded $300 for their high academic achievements. Daniele is the daughter of Revere employee Dan Ricci; and Nicholas is the son of Revere employee Timothy Rosbrook. The Revere team wishes them the best of luck as they pursue their college educations.
Revere attended another very successful AIA Show—in Chicago on June 26 - 28th, 2014.
Revere's 16-ounce sheet copper was used in the recently completed Frank Lloyd Wright Filling Station at the Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum, in Buffalo, NY. The project was a recipient of the Copper Development Association's 2014 "Copper in Architecture Award". Details of the project and award can be found at http://www.copper.org/applications/architecture/awards/winners.html
Revere employees launched a Behavior Based Safety Initiative May 14, 2014.—Operation and Skilled Trade employees presented to all employees and shifts and encouraged everyone to participate in the safety observation process. The employees explained how safety observations include immediate positive reinforcement of safe behaviors and if a concern is observed, it is shared and discussed with the employee. Employees will hold meetings every month to share progress with participation and the safety action plan.
Revere employees participated in "Relay for Life"—on 5/31/14 & 6/1/14 for the American Cancer Society.
Congratulations to Revere employee, Ashley Moore—who graduated from "Leadership Mohawk Valley" on May 14th, 2014. Ashley is the Customer Support Team Leader in the Sales & Marketing Department, and has been with Revere since 2010.