Lordy, I KNOW there is tape!

June 12th, 2017|Categories: Building Envelope Failures, Building Failures, Climates, Humid Climates, Mold and Moisture, Outside Air, Problem Avoidance, Waterproofing|Comments Off on Lordy, I KNOW there is tape!

Has Coastal Zone Hotel Construction Become the Twilight Zone for Mold & Moisture Control?

May 26th, 2017|Categories: Building Failures, Climates, Design Deficiencies, Engineering, Hidden Risks of Green Buildings, Hotels/Hospitality, Problem Avoidance, Projects Completed by Liberty|Comments Off on Has Coastal Zone Hotel Construction Become the Twilight Zone for Mold & Moisture Control?

You Can’t Fake the Funk: After 25 Years of Consulting, Here are Three Forgotten Truths about Mold and Moisture Building Failures

May 18th, 2017|Categories: Building Design, Building Failures, Climates, Humid Climates, Mold and Moisture, Problem Avoidance, Uncategorized|Comments Off on You Can’t Fake the Funk: After 25 Years of Consulting, Here are Three Forgotten Truths about Mold and Moisture Building Failures

Clash of the Titans: When Hotel Design and Construction Standards Cause Catastrophic Mold Problems

April 21st, 2017|Categories: Building Design, Climates, Design Deficiencies, Engineering, Humid Climates, Mold and Moisture, Outside Air, Problem Avoidance|Comments Off on Clash of the Titans: When Hotel Design and Construction Standards Cause Catastrophic Mold Problems

Brand Demands: Can These Be The Cause of Catastrophic Mold Problems?

April 18th, 2017|Categories: Building Design, Climates, Engineering, Humid Climates, Mold and Moisture, Problem Avoidance|Comments Off on Brand Demands: Can These Be The Cause of Catastrophic Mold Problems?

Naval Dorm

April 10th, 2017|Categories: Building Failures, Building Pressure, Climates, Humid Climates, Indoor Air Quality, Mold and Moisture|Comments Off on Naval Dorm

Damp Wood: Food for Mold Body

February 10th, 2017|Categories: Climates, Humid Climates, Mold and Moisture|Comments Off on Damp Wood: Food for Mold Body

Defining Building Insanity: “Doing the Same Thing with a Changing Product or Procedure and Expecting the Same Results.”

February 10th, 2017|Categories: Building Design, Building Envelope Failures, Building Failures, Building Products, Climates, Mold and Moisture, Problem Avoidance|Comments Off on Defining Building Insanity: “Doing the Same Thing with a Changing Product or Procedure and Expecting the Same Results.”