IIBEC Mid-Alantic Chapter Education Seminar
Date: October 2, 2019
Location: 231 W Hampton Pl, Capitol Heights, MD 20743
The IIBEC Mid-Atlantic Chapter educational seminar scheduled for October 2, 2019 is quickly approaching. As always it should prove to be a stimulating and informative gathering.
1. BELOW-GRADE WATERPROOFING - INITIATING A SUCCESSFUL PROCESS
Presenter: Mark Franciosi, Technical Service Manager - Americas - GCP Applied Technologies
The process of selecting an appropriate below-grade waterproofing system for a particular project extends well beyond choosing a membrane manufacturer and product, and the initial steps in such a process provide considerable opportunity to improve the probability of success. This course will provide the building enclosure consultant with insight related to these initial steps, including:
- Performing a risk assessment and establishing a reasonable expectation of performance with the Owner that is commensurate with the function of the below-grade space and the project budget.
- Coordinating with the structural engineer’s design of the below-grade structure.
- Developing an understanding of project-specific site conditions established by the geotechnical report (e.g., groundwater table elevation, salinity, chemical contaminants, or biological contents) that are relevant to the below-grade waterproofing system.
- Coordinating with below-grade water management systems (e.g., foundation wall drainage, underslab drainage).
- Coordinating with planned construction activities related to excavation and concrete placement methods.
2. INTERIOR WATERPROOFING FUNDAMENTALS FOR THE BUILDING ENCLOSURE CONSULTANT
Presenter: Jay Sekel, P.E., Senior Consulting Engineer – Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.
Building enclosure consultants are experienced in designing and evaluating building enclosure roofing and waterproofing systems. However, many buildings have interior environmental conditions that demand robust interior waterproofing and it is not uncommon for building enclosure consultants to be called upon to support their clients in this context. Building enclosure consultants must draw on their experience with roofing and waterproofing systems and have a basic understanding of flooring systems to help their clients with interior waterproofing issues. This presentation will review how interior waterproofing differs from exterior waterproofing and discuss fundamental interior waterproofing applications, systems, and considerations.
3. CHEMICAL GROUT IN BELOW-GRADE WATERPROOFING - WHAT THE BUILDING ENCLOSURE CONSULTANT SHOULD KNOW
Presenters: Monica M. Rourke, FICRI, Waterproofing & Injection Systems – Underground Tunneling Technology Manager (Mapei, Inc.)
John Lukas, Business Development Leader – Building Envelope (Mapei, Inc.)
The applications of chemical grouting have changed over the last 20 years with regards to building enclosure waterproofing. The presentation will focus on a description of chemical grouts, their characteristics and properties and illustrate traditional methods used to mitigate water leakage through concrete structures. The presentation will include case studies which will show combination applications; creation of a membrane under a slab via chemical injection and focus on the “Means and Methods” approach to not just mitigating water via spot injection but how to utilize chemical grout injection to create “active” waterproofing systems and grout curtains.
4. MASONRY PRESERVATION OF BUILDING FACADES - THE LONG-TERM APPROACH (IT'S A PROCESS)
Presenters: Erik Valentino, Vice President (Masonry Preservation Services, Inc.)
Jeffrey L. Erdly, CEO and Founder (Masonry Preservation Services, Inc.)
The process of masonry preservation of existing building façades is becoming a key component of conserving our nation’s heritage. Accomplishing the task is a challenging procedure with many pitfalls, but paths for success are available if several key concepts are understood & implemented. The discussions of this big picture presentation will include failure assessment, design-restore team development, option review, prioritization, long & short-term approaches, managing unsafe conditions, pilot & repair phasing, mockups, access and repair of terra cotta, stone & brick buildings.
|8:00 - 8:30||Registration and Sign-up|
|8:30 - 10:00||Presentation|
|10:00 - 10:15||Break|
|10:15 - 11:45||Presentation|
|12:00 - 12:30||Lunch and Network|
|12:30 - 2:00||Presentation|
|2:00 - 2:15||Break|
|2:15 - 3:45||Presentation|
|Table Top Exhibits||$200.00|
Please email a completed registration form to Ed Eckard (email@example.com) to ensure that you receive an IIBEC CEH Certificate at the end of the Seminar.
Mail registration forms with payment to:
Inc 1122 Kenilworth Drive
Suite 206 Towson MD 21204
If paying by check, please make payable to: RCI Mid Atlantic Chapter
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Cancellation Policy: Cancellations will not be refunded.