The Flooring Contractors Association (FCICA) will host a webinar, 'Using Moisture Control To Improve Construction Schedules' on Thursday, June 19 at 11 a.m. EST.
Presented by Graham Capobianco ICRI, LEED GA, technical sales coordinator for Allied Construction Technologies, the purpose of the webinar is to educate architects, engineers, design professionals, and construction industry personnel use moisture control to compress construction schedules, decrease installation times, reduce risks, and eliminate complications that can arise later in the construction process, according to the association.
After establishing the proper terminology used when discussing concrete and identifying the most common causes of moisture related failures, participants will discuss how current moisture testing and control methods can cause complications and delays in construction schedules. Participants will then learn how to specify moisture control procedures earlier in the construction schedule, to eliminate risks and reduce installation times and how to select suitable moisture control products for new concrete construction to incorporate into a USGBC LEED sustainable design strategy.
According to the association, Capobianco is the fifth and latest generation of a family in floor covering and is familiar with the myriad of potential failures that await every flooring installation. He has spent over seven years in flooring sales and has spent the past four years working with concrete moisture control, contamination, oil remediation and epoxy flooring products. Capobianco currently works within the technical department of AC•Tech, a specialty coatings manufacturer based in Norfolk, Va.
Click here to register for the webinar by June 18 at 3 p.m.