Roofing is a critical building component that is typically out-of-sight for the public but can have catastrophic impacts on the building and its occupants when it does not perform its primary function—preventing water infiltration. Yet roofing assessments, maintenance, and replacements are often undertaken with partial or incorrect information, resulting in decisions that are less-than-ideal with respect to performance and cost.
In this webinar, WJE architect Erik Murray and structural engineers Remo Capolino and Leah Ruther discuss how to obtain, organize, and analyze information about your roofing systems so that future maintenance and replacement planning can be implemented and tracked to avoid unexpected roofing failures and costly related building damage.
By the end of the webinar, you will be able to:
- Describe best practices for roof assessments and roof management
- Explain the basic capabilities and benefits of a roof asset management program
- Identify possible outputs and analytics that asset management tools can generate
- Prioritize timely roof maintenance and improvement projects for your buildings
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View this webinar in our interactive audience console to earn 1 AIA HSW learning unit, access related resources, submit questions to the presenters, and download a certificate of completion.
Leah M. Ruther, Senior AssociateWJE Grand Rapids MORE >People | Leah M. Ruther, Senior Associate
Erik J. Murray, Principal and Unit ManagerWJE San Antonio MORE >People | Erik J. Murray, Principal and Unit Manager
Remo R. Capolino, PrincipalWJE New Haven MORE >People | Remo R. Capolino, Principal
WJE's roofing and waterproofing consultants have reviewed thousands of system failures and... MORE >Services | Roofing and Waterproofing