Adequate Ventilation of Low-Slope Roof Systems: The Need for Better Understanding and Guidance
IIBEC Southern Ontario Chapter: IIBEC COURSE – Vegetative Roofing for the Design Professional
Wednesday, February 21, 2024
IIBEC North Texas Chapter: Lunch and Learn – Addressing Moisture Durability & Energy Performance in Roofing Assemblies
Monday, February 26, 2024
Rooftop Quality Assurance
Rooftop Quality Assurance (RTQA) is an 8-hour course for professionals interested in performing observation services to ensure the roof installation is consistent with construction documents and ownership requirements. The program includes thorough overviews of the major roof system assemblies which the professional observer will encounter when performing rooftop quality assurance services for ownership/design groups. The course includes in-depth descriptions of the observer’s roles and responsibilities for proven success in the field. RTQA is designed to cover all aspects of the rooftop quality assurance process, including differing roof installation conditions, and resolving issues that arise during construction and renovation. The course is ideal for roofing material manufacturers, general contractors, quality assurance observers, architectural and engineering field techs, and field inspectors.
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February 2024 President’s Message: IIBEC – A Cut Above the Rest
Every IIBEC member is an ambassador for our association. We each have opportunities to share our vision statement—“IIBEC is universally…
Bob Card Testifies Before Washington State Legislature on Code Council Process Bill
Bob Card, F-IIBEC, RBEC, RRC, RWC, REWC, REWO, and former IIBEC president, testified January 30, 2024, before a Washington state House committee in support of legislation that would streamline the State Building Code Council’s process for considering new model codes. In mid-January IIBEC identified a pair of fast-moving bills pending before the Washington state legislature—SB 6291 and HR 2465—that would improve how the code council works and therefore increase the probability that the state would update its codes on a regular basis, a policy position IIBEC supports. IIBEC teamed with its Puget Sound Chapter to send a letter endorsing SB 6291 to Washington’s State Government & Elections Committee, which was scheduled to hold a January 26 hearing on the bill.