Moisture Control Solutions I Webcast

February 07, 2006 |


Moisture Control Solutions Webcast
Moisture Control Solutions WebcastRichard Keleher

AIA, CSI, LEED AP

Architect

Mr. Keleher is a senior architect in charge of technical quality reviews for design and construction documents on over a billion dollars worth of construction. He is nationally known for expertise in building envelopes.Kami Farahmandpour

PE, RRC, CCS, CCCA Principal, founder of Building Technology Consultants, PC.

Mr. Farahmandpour has been involved in the evaluation, testing and repair of construction materials since 1984. He specializes in investigation of deterioration, water leakage issues, and construction deficiencies in building envelopes.Dale Koehler

Educator and Consultant

Professor Koehler teaches at Purdue University and specializes in construction materials and methods, building science, and construction safety with special interest in foundation construction and moisture management.

 



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Thursday, March 16, 2006

1:00 PM CT | 2:00 PM ET


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Unwanted moisture is the single biggest source of liability problems in commercial buildings. From poor roof design and installation to leaky foundation work, moisture can become a huge liability that sucks all the profit out of a job. Learn about the newest techniques, materials, and systems available to eliminate moisture control problems in your next project.
Moderated by:Robert Cassidy

Editor-in-Chief

Building Design & Construction Magazine



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