World-Class Curtainwalls within Will Rogers World Airport
May 15, 2023
IIBEC Interface March 2023 World-Class Curtainwalls within Will Rogers World Airport By Chuck Knickerbocker WILL ROGERS WORLD Airport in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, recently expanded with a new east concourse. According to HOK and Frankfurt-Short-Bruza (FSB), the two architectural firms heading the project, the expansion gave the airport the capacity to attract new airlines or allow […]
Investigation of Exposed Concrete Facades
May 15, 2021
IIBEC Technical Advisory No. 017-2019: Fiber-Cement Siding: Inherent Issues Affecting Performance
May 15, 2019
Roof membrane and roof assembly installations over new concrete roof decks have always been prone to moisture-related problems due to latent moisture release by the concrete as it continues to cure. The problems are due to the release of excess moisture from the concrete into the roof assembly, which can impact roof system securement, the roof membrane, roof insulation, and related components. Moisture-related problems for roof membrane and roof assembly installations over concrete decks have increased significantly in recent years with changes in roofing materials, adhesives, construction practices, and schedules.