The time has come to perform that next renovation cycle for your hotel. You have successfully lined up your team of facility staff, designers, and contractors. You are pleased with the fresh look proposed by the designers. Work is scheduled around your occupancy rate, and the first wave of workers is let loose. You are ready for success - until the unexpected happens. Hidden moisture and mold damage stops your schedule, delays your reopening, requires redesign work, and increases the construction budget with a multitude of change orders. If you had seen this coming, you would have altered your entire renovation strategy from the beginning. But could you have seen it coming?
Join Donald B. Snell of Liberty Building Forensics Group at this years NAMM IAQ Conference. Mr. Snell will be presenting When the Interaction of the HVAC and Building Envelope Systems Results in Moisture and Mold Problems - Top Insights for the Mechanical Technologist.
[Webinar] Is There Really a Skills and Experience Gap Causing Failures in Today's Construction Marketplace? No. Learn how recent hotel mold and moisture failures tell us what the real issues are.
The workforce shortage problem related to skilled and experienced personnel in today's construction marketplace is a well-known issue. But is that shortage a primary factor in increasing risk of building problems like catastrophic mold and moisture failure? Perhaps not. Other aspects of the design and construction (D&C) process put projects at higher risk for mold and moisture failures.