This technical guide is intended to assist architects and building enclosure consultants in the design of leak-resistant window detailing, and general and specialty contractors, as well as "do-it-yourself" homeowners, in leak-resistant installation methods of typical, nail-flange windows. Construction-defects attorneys and litigation experts may also find this publication an invaluable helper in understanding factors leading to window infiltration problems.
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About the Author
Paul is among the original founders of the building enclosure field, and has been focused in this technical specialty for well over three decades, during which he has consulted on roughly 800 projects, about half of which related to analyzing enclosure problems with existing buildings, and the other half in guiding the design and construction of new buildings. Paul's projects span the full spectrum of building types, ranging from extreme high-end residence to new, $ 200,000,000 medical centers, museums, university buildings, and state capitols, and extend from the east coast of the United States westward as far as Hawaii and Hong Kong, and from Alaska south to southern California. Various Construction Industry Magazines, including Buildings, Retrofit, Technical Advisor, Architecture, etc., as well as newspapers, such as The Oregonian, have published articles written by Paul, or have drawn on his expertise in preparing their own articles on a variety of subjects, including recladding, accommodation of Post-Tensioned structures, etc. in reflection of his technical prowess. Please see the web site, plbecs.com, for more detailed information on the firm's services, areas of expertise, qualifications, and project types.