RCI SoCal Chapter 17th Annual Hawaii Winter Workshop | January 23-24, 2017

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November 19, 2016

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The RCI SoCal Chapter cordially invites you to join them as an attendee, sponsor, or exhibitor as they return to the program’s founding island of Oahu for the 17th Annual Hawaii Winter Workshop. The seminar will take place on Monday, January 23rd, and Tuesday, January 24th 2017 at the exclusive, private, and luxurious Kahala Hotel and Resort.

Register to attend today.

This workshop is designed to improve the skills and knowledge base of design, rehabilitation, and forensics professionals (consultants, architects, and engineers), developers, contractors, and building system manufacturers. University and college level students are welcome to gain insights and exposure in the industry, and network with industry professionals with the intent of fostering career interest.

The educational sessions will focus on design and construction challenges pertaining to roofing, waterproofing, and exterior wall topics, and encompass the six sides of the building.  The program comprises of ten, 75 minute presentations, an exhibitor zone, and networking reception.

Each day will begin at approx. 8:00 AM and end approximately 4:00 PM and will offer 12.5 AIA LU’s /RCI CEH’s.  Breakfast, lunch, and seminar packets are included with each registration.

Presentations will include:

  • Impact of Air Intrusion on Moisture Performance of Mechanically Attached Roofing Systems
    by Joseph J. Schwetz, Sika Sarnafil / Canton, MA
  • Frank Lloyd Wright Designed County of Marin, Civic Center Reroof
    by John Goveia, Pacific Building Consultants / Concord, CA
  • Fowler High School Emergency Response Case Study
    By Dennis C. Spina, AIA, RRC, REWC / Bell & Spina, Architects-Planners, PC / Syracuse, NY
  • Well Installed Roofs That Aren’t – Four examples where following common practice was not good enough
    by Philip D. Dregger, PE, RRC, FRCI / Pacific Building Consultants / Concord, CA
  • NFPA 285, Exterior Wall Fire Testing, Design & Compliance
    by Joseph Joslin, Business Development Leader, West / Owens Corning / San Francisco Bay Area, CA
  • Subgrade Waterproofing Failures – Tips and Techniques for Successful Repairs
    by Douglas R. Stieve, Principal / Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc. / New York, NY &
    Scott Anderson, Technical Manager of Business Development / De Neef / GCP Applied Technologies / Cambridge, MA
  • Insulated Metal Panels – Design and Construction Challenges: Tales from the field and how to improve your next design using IMP
    by Harold Louwerse, Building Science Consultant / Morrison Hershfield / Burnaby, BC
  • Fenestration 101 – Curtain Walls, Storefronts, and Windows Theory, Performance and Application
    by Gene Keeton, President / KDENT, Inc. / Monett, MO
  • The Benefits and Challenges of Putting Continuous Insulation on Your Building
    by Colin Shane, P.Eng. / RDH Building Science, Inc. / Oakland, CA
  • The Devil’s in the Details: Controlling Building Pressures and Air Leakage in Mid- and High-Rise Commercial and Institutional Buildings
    by Wei Lam, PE, Associate Principal / Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc. / Boston, MA

For more information and/or to register, vist: socalrci.org