Building Enclosur Council Charleston

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View the current issue of the Journal of Building Enclosure Design.

Events

 


   

Roofing System Failures:
On the Edge of Disaster

   
25 Aug 2016
6:00 PM –7:30 PM

Charleston County Public Library - Main Branch

68 Calhoun St
Charleston, SC 29401
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Continuing Education

AIA: 1.5 LU/HSW (pending)
SCBCC 1.5 CEUs (Pending)
Certificates provided to all attendees

Cost
FREE

 

SUMMARY

Properly designed and installed roofing systems should have a reasonable expectation of service. Many times, systems are inadequately designed or installed which can lead to partial or complete failure due to wind damage (blow-off) well before the intended performance period has been realized. The majority of blow offs are the direct result of inadequate perimeter attachment.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Why is proper edge metal securement necessary?

  • What is ANSI/SPRI ES-1 and how has it evolved?

  • What is required to comply with the Building Code?

 

ABOUT OUR PRESENTER

Mr. Hinesley currently serves as the President of REI Engineers. He graduated from North Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. He earned his North Carolina Professional Engineer License in 2000 and his Registered Roof Consultant certification in 2001. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in 8 southeastern states. With more than 20 years in the construction and building envelope field, Scott has provided leadership on a variety of projects throughout the eastern United States. These include zoological parks, federal government buildings, data centers, financial institutions, college and university.

 

 

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