U.S. Postage University of Organization Wisconsin Nonprofit PAID Water Entry Prevention and Moisture Control in Buildings— COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING n DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Water Entry Prevention and Moisture Roofing Systems, Exterior Walls and Foundations Control in Buildings— 432 North Lake Street Madison, Wisconsin 53706 Department of Engineering Professional Development Roofing Systems, Exterior Walls and Foundations Addressing new projects and existing facilities n Understanding moisture behavior n Moisture-caused health issues n Effective design/construction approaches Practical course addressing For architects, engineers, new projects and existing contractors, consultants, n HVAC systems and moisture September 9–10, 2008 Includes special session n Solutions to moisture-caused problems Madison, Wisconsin project managers, n Special session on legal issues on legal issues For architects, engineers, project managers, contractors, consultants, 13 LU facilities owners Printed on recycled paper. owners CE P T E D AC September 9–10, 2008 Professional 13 Development Hours Madison, Wisconsin AT N E IONWID Water Entry Prevention and Moisture Control in Buildings— Roofing Systems, Exterior Walls and Foundations September 9–10, 2008 in Madison, Wisconsin Gain Knowledge and Ensure Successful Course Outline • Psychrometrics • Perm ratings Improve Your Skills Projects • Heating vs. cooling Tuesday, September 9 Do you have in-depth knowledge of Water and moisture-caused damage in • Diffusion vs. air leakage buildings occurs all too frequently. The 8:00 Registration Moisture behavior • Vapor retarders results can be disastrous, and correc- The Lowell Center • Air barriers What materials and construction tive measures can be difficult to achieve. 610 Langdon Street • Flow in vs. flow out details to use Moisture-related building failures can Madison, Wisconsin Wayne Tobiasson Where and when to use vapor also result in costly construction claims. 8:30 Principles of Moisture Behavior 2:00 Roof Design/Construction: How to retarders and air barriers How you can avoid water/moisture- in Buildings: What Design/ Avoid Water and Moisture-Caused Construction Professionals Need caused building envelope problems Problems HVAC systems’ role in moisture to Know is the focus of this course. Expert • Water shedding vs. waterproof control • Fundamentals systems course instructors will provide you with – moisture physics Latest mold-related developments guidelines and recommendations on – shingled systems – moisture storage in building – metal roofing Legal aspects related to moisture- what you can do to prevent or minimize materials caused building failures water/moisture-related problems on your – built-up roofing – moisture transport in buildings projects and in your facilities. The course – single ply systems How to resolve existing moisture • Effects of moisture on building will address concerns pertaining equally materials and systems – modified bitumen systems problems? to new projects and existing buildings. • Cold vs. hot roofs • Myths about mold To help you become more proficient • Usage of vapor retarders and air • Loose laid vs. attached systems in dealing with these areas, this Who Will Benefit barriers • Compact vs. framed systems course will provide practical • Myths about vapor barriers • Flashings and penetrations guidelines that you can use for your This two-day course will provide valuable • Drainage (retarders) new projects or existing facilities. information to architects, engineers, con- • Venting requirements • Ventilation tractors, consultants, and owners. Project • Myths about venting • Adverse effects of moisture managers will also find this course Course Focus highly beneficial. The course will benefit • Humidity in buildings and how • Freeze-thaw impact to respond to it through building • Vapor traps • Fundamentals of moisture behavior individuals who are involved in select- design and construction • Ice dams and icicles ing, designing, installing and maintain- • Effective design and construction – moisture sources • Adding insulation (above vs. below) ing waterproofing and moisture control • HVAC systems for dealing with mois- – humidity control • Finding wet insulation (roof moisture systems for different project types, from ture-related problems residential to highly demanding commer- – changes in ASHRAE comfort surveys) standards • How wet is wet? • Special considerations for facilities with cial/institutional facilities. • Dealing with moisture accumulated • Drying wet insulation high humidity levels during construction • “Smart” vapor retarders • Health issues including the latest mold Take-home Materials • Moisture engineering • Reroofing vs. recover information Anton TenWolde As a course participant, you will receive a • Avoiding premature failures: • Legal aspects relevant to moisture- notebook of instructional materials that 11:30 Lunch recommendations for roof caused building failures will serve as a valuable reference. 12:30 Effects of Moisture Pertaining to maintenance Roofing Components and Systems Wayne Tobiasson • Moisture in the air 4:30 Guidelines for Selecting a Roof for • Condensation/dew point Your Building • Relative humidity Wayne Tobiasson Enroll online today! epd.engr.wisc.edu/webK192 Course outline continues… Water Entry Prevention and Moisture Control in Buildings— Roofing Systems, Exterior Walls and Foundations September 9–10, 2008 in Madison, Wisconsin …outline continued • Finding and analyzing moisture problem areas Expert Faculty Moisture-Induced Damage and a re- viewer of Chapters 21 and 22 of ASHRAE 5:30 Dinner (included in the course fee) • Special requirements for buildings Your instructors for this course are Handbook of Fundamentals. He is also and Cash Bar containing high humidity levels recognized practitioners and consultants a member of ASHRAE 62.2–Ventilation 6:30 Special Session: Moisture-Related Joseph Lstiburek in waterproofing and moisture control of for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality. He has Building Failures and Legal Liabil- new projects and existing facilities. appeared on PBS NOVA (“Can Build- 12:00 Lunch ity—How to Avoid Getting Sued or 1:00 The Interaction of Mechanical Sys- Michael W. Duffy ings Make You Sick?”). He is the author How to Win Your Case tems with the Building Envelope: Partner, Childress Duffy Goldblatt of the U.S. DOE Handbook on Moisture Michael W. Duffy Addressing Potential and Existing Attorneys at Law Control and a special contributor to the 8:00 Adjourn for the Day Moisture-Caused Problems EPA guidance document on Building Air Chicago, Illinois • Principles and terminology Quality: A Guide for Building Owners Wednesday, September 10 • Understanding the air flow through Mr. Duffy, a former equity partner and and Facility Managers. He is an expert in 8:00 Preventing and Solving Moisture- the building envelope and within the board member of a Chicago-based in- the areas of rain penetration, air barriers, Caused Problems in Exterior Walls building ternational law firm, is a member of the vapor barriers, air quality, durability and and Foundations: Addressing New • Building pressure field and its firm’s trial practice and major litigation construction technology. Construction and Existing Projects significance to indoor air quality, group with an emphasis on mold, per- • Moisture engineering revisited smoke and fire spread, condensa- sonal injury, construction, and product Anton TenWolde • The concept of moisture balance tion/mold, comfort, operating costs liability issues. He has represented an Research Physicist • Air movement and vapor diffusion in • Air pressure field model for build- array of clients involved in construction USDA Forest Service different climates ings and product liability matters throughout Forest Products Laboratory • Moisture control strategies and • HVAC systems and moisture con- his career and has tried many cases with Madison, Wisconsin methods trol: addressing ventilation, humidity great success. Mr. Duffy has practiced and air pressure issues Mr. TenWolde is a project leader for – controlling rain and ground water: pro hac vice in almost 40 states and in the Engineered Wood Products and ensuring effective drainage • Recommendations for identifying Germany, Mexico and Canada. Mr. Duffy and correcting HVAC problems in Structures Research Work Unit, Forest – dealing with hydrostatic pressure tried his first mold-related case in 1999 Products Laboratory. Much of his work – placing special emphasis on de- existing facilities and has since been involved in several Joseph Lstiburek deals with research in moisture control sign and construction of openings: hundred such cases. He joined the Bar in buildings. He holds an MS (Ingenieur) doors and windows 2:30 The Risk Assessment Protocol: in 1981 after receiving a JD from Loyola degree in applied physics from the Delft – effective use of flashings A Method for Assessing Risk As- University Chicago School of Law. He is sociated with Common Moisture University of Technology, Delft, the – dealing with moisture migration an accomplished and nationally sought- Netherlands (1963), and an MS degree - moisture migration through Problems after speaker. materials • The risk assessment protocol busi- in environmental management from - moisture migration caused by ness model Joseph Lstiburek PhD, PEng the University of Wisconsin–Madison the air flow • The building review process Principal (1975). An active member of ASHRAE, – effective use of vapor retarders in • ASTM E241-compliant checklists Building Science Corporation Mr. TenWolde chaired the revision of walls, foundations and concrete • Benefits to insurance companies, Westford, Massachusetts the 1997 and 2001 ASHRAE Handbook slabs builders, owners of Fundamentals chapters on moisture - principles Dr. Lstiburek, a forensic engineer who control in buildings and is chairman of Joseph Lstiburek investigates building failures, is inter- - materials ASHRAE Standard 160P, Design Criteria - installation 3:30 Final Adjournment nationally recognized as an authority for Moisture Control in Buildings. He has – use of materials resistant to mois- on moisture-related building problems authored or co-authored more than 50 ture damage Note: There will be refreshment breaks and indoor air quality. He is the former articles and reports on moisture behavior – above- and below-grade insulation each day. chairman of ASTM E241–Increasing the and moisture control. systems and their relationship to Durability of Building Assemblies from potential moisture problems – techniques for allowing the build- ing to dry out Enroll online today! epd.engr.wisc.edu/webK192 Four Easy Ways to Enroll Phone: Mail to: 800-462-0876 or Engineering Registration, The Pyle Center 608-262-1299 (TDD 265-2370) 702 Langdon Street, Dept. 106 Madison, Wisconsin 53706 Need to Know More? Internet: Call toll free 800-462-0876 and ask for http://epd.engr.wisc.edu/webK192 Fax: Wayne Tobiasson PE Program Director: 800-442-4214 or 608-265-3448 Civil Engineer/Consultant Raymond Matulionis PhD, AIA n Course Information Etna, New Hampshire firstname.lastname@example.org q Please enroll me in Water Entry Prevention and Moisture Control in Buildings—Roofing Systems, Mr. Tobiasson, a former senior research 608-263-3372 Exterior Walls and Foundations civil engineer for the Cold Regions Program Associate: Course #K192 September 9–10, 2008 in Madison, WI Fee: $995 Research and Engineering Laboratory Sherry Daly Team Discount: $895 each when two or more enroll from the same organization. (CRREL), Corps of Engineers, is a civil Or e-mail email@example.com engineering consultant. His expertise is q I cannot attend at this time. Please send me brochures on upcoming courses. in building technology with emphasis on n Personal Information (Please print clearly.) controlling moisture in roofing systems. General Information His work has taken him to Alaska, Cana- Fee Covers Notebook, course materials, break Name ___________________________________________________________________________________ da, Greenland, Scandinavia, Siberia, and refreshments, lunches, dinner and certificate. Antarctica. He was the Corps’ Engineer of Cancellation If you cannot attend, please notify Title _____________________________________________________________________________________ the Year in 1992, and in 1998 he received us by September 2, and we will refund your fee. Cancellations received after that date and no-shows Company_________________________________________________________________________________ a National Roofing Foundation fellowship will be subject to a $150 administrative fee. You to further his studies of roof ventilation. Address__________________________________________________________________________________ may enroll a substitute at any time before the He has a BS in civil engineering from course starts. Northeastern University and a Master City/State/Zip _____________________________________________________________________________ Location The Lowell Center, 610 Langdon Street, of Engineering from Dartmouth College. Madison, Wisconsin. 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