Do you conduct building envelope (roofing, exterior wall and waterproofing) investigations on commercial and residential buildings? Do you conduct field testing of various building envelope assemblies? Are you looking to advance the investigation and analysis skills of yourself and your team of consultants/inspectors? Are you an architect, consultant, engineer, inspector, facility manager, building owner or contractor? Then look no further.
The BUILDING ENVELOPE INSTITUTE invites you to join us in Hawaii at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort on September 16-17, 2013 for two days of technical sessions and case studies reviewing and analyzing the use of ASTM standards to guide your building envelope investigation (D7053, D5957, E2128 and E2018) and the testing of various roofing, wall and waterproofing related components (such as E1105, E2359, C1153, and C1060).
This two day Building Envelope Investigation seminar will walk you through the process of applying industry accepted standards, protocols and investigation methodology to the investigation of low-rise (four-stories and less) commercial and residential buildings. This program is designed to advance the skills of the building envelope expert and will also provide a solid foundation to build on for those new to the building envelope investigation field.
The seminar will run from 7:30am to 5pm each day. Each attendee will earn 14.0 AIA LU's and/or 14.0 RCI CEU's, and receive a CD-Rom of that includes a copy of each PowerPoint presentation and copies of any papers submitted by the presenters.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided on each day.
Technical Sessions for this Program
Thermography as an Investigation Tool/HAMM.
Investigation Protocols & Methodology: A review of ASTM D7053, D5957, E2128 & E2018, and other investigation protocols.
Industry Approved Exterior Wall Testing Standards.
Thermography for Wall Investigations.
Additional Testing Standards Used by Construction Professionals.
Tools used in Building Envelope Investigations.
Industry Approved Waterproofing Testing Standards.
Industry Approved Roofing Testing Standards.
Thermography for Roofing and Waterproofing Investigations.
Using Thermography to Find Condensation in Roof & Wall Assemblies.
Leak Investigations Case Studies.
Scott Wood, President, LLC, Level III Thermographer
Scott Wood Associates
John D. Shepherd, RRC, RRO, Building Science Thermograher Shepherd Consulting Services