Building Enclosure Commissioning: 5 Keys for Maximizing Value!
Building Enclosure Commissioning (BECx) is required and implemented on more projects than ever before. It is widely accepted that an effective BECx program can be used to improve quality of design and construction such that the owner’s goals are met. However, without sufficient planning, coordination, or scope, BECx can become diluted and lose value. This presentation reviews five important components to maximizing the value of BECx.
- Learn key criteria and coordination for development of the Owner's Project Requirements (OPR).
- Identify important review concepts, scheduling, and tracking guidelines for the Basis of Design and design deliverables.
- Understand how the specifications and project testing criteria can be accurately specified.
- Learn best practice process and techniques for field verification.
Speaker: Rick Ziegler, PE, RRC
Speaker Bio: Rick Ziegler is a building enclosure consultant with Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates. He has designed and consulted on projects with curtain wall, windows, roofing, waterproofing, air/water barriers, and claddings including masonry, metal panels, stucco, EIFS, and stone. His projects include new construction consulting, building enclosure commissioning, forensic investigations, and repair design. Rick has also worked with institutional owners to develop performance standards and the BECx process to achieve the project requirements.
Meeting Location: The Ranch at Las Colinas
Meeting Address: 857 W. John Carpenter Fwy, Irving, Texas 75039
Registration start time: 11:30 am.
Presentation begins: 12:00 pm.
(please arrive before noon so the servers can take your order prior to the start of the presentation)
Member/Friend of the Chapter Cost: $15 online or $20 at the door
Non-Member/Guest Cost: $25 online or $30 at the door