GAF Science presents: “Turning up the Heat on Cold Storage Roof Design”

 


GAF Science Presents:

“Turning up the Heat on Cold Storage Roof Design”

 


Cold storage buildings are designed to keep heat out, instead of keeping heat in during cold

weather. But is it that simple? we’ll review the importance of unique construction assemblies, the primary control layers, and how we need to think about them in this inside-out scenario to reduce the risk of condensation.

KRISTEN WESTOVER, P.E.,

LEED AP O+M

Learning Objectives include:

  •  Discuss the risks associated with common cold storage design and installation practices.
  •  Review the importance of air, vapor, and thermal control layer continuity.
  •  Assess typical cold storage details to evaluate control layer continuity.
  •  Review common installation and detailing errors during construction.

 

 

BIOGRAPHY

Kristen Westover, P.E., LEED AP O+M

Technical Manager, Specialty Installations

 

Kristen is a Technical Manager of specialty installations for low-slope commercial roofing systems at GAF. She has experience with a wide variety of projects in the civil engineering consulting industry specializing in repair and restoration of existing buildings, primarily for commercial buildings and high rise residential structures.

 

Her project expertise includes roofing, waterproofing, facades, parking garages, and pavements. She has performed assessments, written specification and design documents, provided bidding services oversight, and performed construction contract administration. She also has experience in arbitration and litigation support as well as LEED O+M certification for existing buildings.

Contact Information:

GAF

1 Campus Drive

Parsippany, NJ 07054

 

Kristin M. Westover, P.E., LEED AP O+M

Technical Manager, Specialty Installations
c: 571.549.9826
Email: Kristin.westover@gaf.com
Time: Monday, March 29, 2021, 03:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Free to All
(1 CEH with IIBEC)

 

 

Date

Mar 29 2021
Expired!

Time

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm