Event BEC: AUSTIN - Who Has the Ball? Challenges in Delegated Design

June 13, 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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Location

Austin Center for Architecture
801 W. 12th Street
78701 Austin , TX
Phone: 512-452-4332

 

Date Change! Please note this meeting is not on the first Wednesday this month!

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Bring your lunch and join BEC for this month's presentation, where attendees will learn the proper specification requirements, risk management and submittal needs as building systems designs push towards delegated design procurement and responsibility.

Learning Objectives:
1) Understand what is delegated design    
2) Decipher specification language
3) Understand submittal needs and review criteria
4) Develop best practices for risk management

1 LU/HSW (approved 6/7/18)

Presenters:
Brian Roeder, AIA, LEED AP is affiliated with various industry organizations and currently serves as a Board Member of the Building Enclosure Council, Austin Chapter and is the standing Chairman for the Codes and Standards committee -Texas Society of Architects. In addition, he has been active with the AIA Austin Chapter, having served as the co-chair of its Design Awards committee for several years.  As a Principal with Page and practicing over 20 years, some of the most challenging and complex projects been successfully delivered with Brian’s leadership poise.

Since joining WJE in 1995, Matthew Carlton has served as the project manager for numerous large-scale projects involving construction and design defects, materials failures, structural deterioration, and collapses. His work has included evaluation and repair design for concrete, steel, masonry, and wood structures and a variety of architectural systems. In the course of this work, Mr. Carlton has used nondestructive evaluation techniques as well as structural instrumentation and load testing to evaluate the effects of deterioration on concrete and masonry structures. 
In addition to his structural experience, Mr. Carlton has completed assessments, peer reviews, and repair designs for many types of building envelope systems, including stone cladding, brick masonry, precast concrete, stucco, and EIFS as well as waterproofing for plazas and below-grade applications. He has also had the opportunity to work on several historic projects, gaining experience with load bearing masonry, archaic materials, and historic preservation requirements.

 


BEC: Austin is an interdisciplinary organization that promotes the exchange of information on building enclosures and related science specific to the climate of Central Texas.

Interdisciplinary:  architects, engineers, contractors, building owners, consultants, facility managers, code officials, educators, manufacturers, and those with a stake in building enclosure performance

Exchange of information:  discussion, training, education, outreach, and awareness

Building enclosures and related science:  energy-efficiency, moisture control, indoor air quality, longevity, and durability

BEC: Austin typically meets the first Wednesday of each month from 12-1pm.
 
2018 BEC: Austin Committee Chairs:
Amy Gelsone, AIA
Michael Craig, LEED AP BD+C