Side Effects: Performance and Pathology of Building Enclosures

June 18, 2020

A free continuing education opportunity for architects (1.0 LU HSW), engineers (1.0 PDH), property managers, and related professionals.

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Requirements, Trade-offs, and Unintended Consequences in the Building Envelope

June 18, 2020 1:00 PM CDT

This seminar explores how legacy and contemporary building enclosure systems address a suite of technical requirements in an increasingly complex regulatory environment and in an era of heightened end-user expectations.

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Describe four control layers associated with contemporary building envelope analysis and design.
  • Identify six additional considerations of equal, or sometimes greater, importance to the performance and pathology of the building envelope.
  • Provide three examples of negative side effects from otherwise well-intentioned retrofits.
  • Discuss decision-making strategies for repair, replacement, or overcladding of existing buildings

Live Q&A will follow the presentation.

Live Webinar Speakers
Michael J. Drerup, P.E., F.ASCE
Mike has 25 years of experience in the performance, repair, and preservation of existing buildings and structures. He has led and executed dozens of condition assessments and failure investigations, including multifaceted field and laboratory studies of construction materials and systems. Mike has been an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers Forensic Engineering Division since 2001, including a term as Division Chair. He is a sought-after speaker, and has published and presented throughout the United States and abroad.

Alexis Brackney, AIA, S.E.
Alexis Brackney Alexis is an architect and structural engineer specializing in forensic investigations, building envelope evaluations, condition assessments, and repairs for a variety of concrete, masonry, and steel structures. Throughout her career at CTLGroup, Ms. Brackney has conducted building envelope inspections of institutional, municipal, residential, and commercial buildings and structures, and performed evaluations and repairs of parking garages, condominiums, municipal buildings, hospitals, educational facilities, and water treatment plant structures.

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