Aspen Contracting, Inc. adding 300 new positions

December 6, 2013 

Aspen Contracting, a residential exterior storm restoration company, announced Dec. 5 that it plans to triple its size by immediately hiring 300 new employees in sales, production and project management.

In 2013, Lee’s Summit based Aspen Contracting was ranked as the nation’s top residential steep slope roofing company, and fourth largest overall contractor, according to Roofing Contractor Magazine’s 2012 “Top 100” List.

“The sharp decline in the economy and in storms this year has many companies in our industry downsizing or closing their doors, leaving thousands of homeowners in the dark and people out of a job,” Pat Nussbeck, president and CEO of Aspen Contracting said in a press release to announce the move. “That’s why Aspen Contracting is proud to announce our plans to triple our staff with the goal of creating over 300 new jobs heading into 2014. Homeowners and employees deserve to have a stable, proven company to replace/repair all their exterior needs.”

Aspen employees travel throughout the country assisting homeowners with their insurance claims following a storm. They are equipped with the latest technology to assist homeowners on the spot. Aspen provides a full range of benefits to its employees including, training pay, commissions, medical and dental insurance and performance based bonuses.

There are no education requirements, and applicants do not need previous industry experience to be successful. Those interested in applying or learning more about the openings are encouraged to contact Chris Moreno at or apply on Aspen’s website at

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