Charles E. Wagner

Charles “Chuck” Wagner is President and owner of Wagner Roofing, a roofing and sheet metal contractor specializing in copper and slate metal roofing on historic buildings.

Wagner Roofing was established in 1914 by Charles’ grandfather Otto and has been a family owned business ever since.  Wagner is active in many community organizations working on behalf of children, veterans and their families, and the homeless. He is the recipient of numerous honors and awards, including the Early Completion Award at the Military Amputee Training Center, Walter Reed Army Medical Center.  His roofing work has also been recognized with several awards including a Merit Award for the Kreeger Museum from the Associated General Contractors; a Gold Circle Award from the National Roofing Contractors Association; and a Marvin M. Black Partnering Award for the Robert F. Kennedy Main Justice building.

Wagner is a third-generation Washingtonian and a graduate of Saint John’s College High School and LaSalle University.