The Top 3 Things I Learned At This Year’s AIA National Conference on Architecture

May 19th, 2017|Categories: Building Failures, Design Deficiencies, Green Buildings, Hidden Risks of Green Buildings, High Performance Buildings, Projects Completed by Liberty, Publications|Comments Off on The Top 3 Things I Learned At This Year’s AIA National Conference on Architecture

Keeping the Moisture Out: the Single Greatest Technique for Reducing Moisture and Mold Lawsuits

September 23rd, 2016|Categories: Building Design, Courses, Green Buildings, High Performance Buildings, Hotels/Hospitality, Manuals, Mold and Moisture, Projects Completed by LBFG, Projects Completed by Liberty, Publications|Comments Off on Keeping the Moisture Out: the Single Greatest Technique for Reducing Moisture and Mold Lawsuits

LBFG Publishes “Waking the Dead” Article

LBFG experts George Dubose, CGC and Donald Snell, PE, CIEC published an article in the Spring/Summer 2016 issue of the National Association of Subrogation Professionals’ Subrogator magazine.

The article, entitled “Waking the Dead: How to Subrogate a Zombie Defect Building Failure”, takes a look at the new edge in risk management concerns for the building industry.

Here’s an excerpt:

“Buildings with hidden flaws, known as ‘zombie defects’, are increasingly experiencing acute, massive failures that lead to extensive moisture and mold damage. This, in turn, results in complex insurance claims and confusing subrogation headaches for the industry.”

Click here to read the article.

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