Waterproofing is a two-day course designed for the practicing waterproofing consultant and those who are aspiring to become a Registered Waterproofing Consultant. This course focuses on split-slab plaza deck systems, surface-applied waterproofing, and below-grade waterproofing. The course starts with a review of differences between roofing, dampproofing, and waterproofing.
Other topics include waterproofing materials and accessories used for various applications, design and specification, application techniques; and a thorough review of concrete used as a substrate for waterproofing, including typical concrete repair materials and techniques used for restoration of concrete slabs prior to application of waterproofing systems.
Educational Credits: 16
Course Learning Objectives:
1. Review plaza deck and expanded use roof systems.
2. Discuss codes and standards related to the application of waterproofing systems.
3. Identify the various types of waterproofing and the benefits and pitfalls of each system. Bentonite, capillary, hot rubber, multi-ply, sheet membrane and liquid applied.
4. Discuss concrete repair and the correct application of sealants.
• 16 Continuing Educational Hours (CEHs) from IIBEC
• 16 Learning Units (LUs) from the American Institute of Architects
Program location: Doubletree Hotel
16500 Southcenter Pkwy Seattle, WA 98188
Program Cost:* National Member: $525.00 Non-member: $675.00
Program Includes: Continental breakfast, coffee, tea, water and Lunch
Program Time: 7:30am – Registration 8:00am to 5:00pm/each day