Hi there. The Chamberlin Man here.
Check your box! The winter issue of Chamberlin’s newsletter is out soon. Along with updates on work in progress and industry accolades, this issue includes a couple of swell stories you’ll want to take a gander at. Here’s the two-minute overview:
Tony Casagrande, president of Campos Engineering, contributed the consultant’s corner article for this issue. His front-page story covers three key “lessons learned” from successful building enclosure commissioning (BECx). In a nutshell, he says that:
- A close review of mockups can reveal necessary modifications or fixes before construction begins.
- Design and reality don’t always align. BECx helps address reality during construction.
- Tight scheduling and sequencing is a critical part of a successful project.
Of course, there is a lot more to the building enclosure process, so be sure to get the nitty-gritty details here. The quality assurance that BECx offers can save time, money and major construction headaches. Isn’t that just the medicine you’ve wished you had a time or two before?
In other news, let’s just say this issue’s project feature covers a university housing project that required completion Sooner than later. Care to guess on which campus this project is built? Find the answer and the full story about Chamberlin Roofing and Waterproofing’s part in this fast-tracked, mixed-use community project in our winter newsletter.
Until next time, I'll be seeing you around.