Meet Jake EngertShelter Works News
It is the lead roller’s job to monitor quality to an exact measurement and ensure that the fiberglass and resin have bonded properly for strong, consistent fiberglass building parts throughout the walls and roof of all Shelter Works buildings. “Any small mistake in our work could create bigger issues down the line, so every single one has to come out the best.“ Jake makes certain that the team is doing their part to ensure precision on all fiberglass building parts in order to support an end product that lasts a very long time.
Before coming to Shelter Works, Jake served four years as a combat engineer in the United States Marines and then three years working for a tree service company. He was trained about the proper way to roll out high-quality fiberglass building parts and now enjoys training others on how to provide consistency in every Shelter Works building that we make.
Jake lives in St. Louis with his wife, Heather, and their three kids, Caleb (age 5), Peyton (age 3), and Brody (age 1). Congratulations Jake on five years of high-quality work with Shelter Works!