• If this is your first time visiting our NACBI Community Forum, Please go to the READ ME FIRST section for information about registering and helpful tips to use this site.
    Members Only sections are restricted and will indicate "No Content" until you are approved as a memeber of NACBI and logged in to the messgae board.

Building Enclosure Free Webinar Managing Successful Low-Slope Roofing Projects May 30, 2018 2 PM ET

Adair Inspection

Well-Known Community Member
NACBI Member

Managing Successful Low-Slope
Roofing Projects
May 30, 2018

This webinar will provide tips for building owners, architects, engineers and consultants involved in roofing projects on low-slope commercial and industrial buildings. Topics to be discussed include building owners' expectations, project documents, code requirements, warranties, current industry issues, and selecting and dealing with contractors. Time will be allotted within the webinar for questions from the participants on these and other roofing-related topics.

Learning Objectives - After this course, you should be able to:
  1. Explore how building owner expectations can impact roof system designs.
  2. Examine how code implications can impact roofing projects.
  3. Determine current roofing industry problems and how to avoid them.
  4. Discuss how to interact with successful roofing contractors.

Mark S. Graham
Vice President,
Technical Services


About Mark S. Graham
Mark S. Graham holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering. He joined NRCA in 1993, and is responsible for the association's technical services section. Responsibilities of this section include response to inquiries for technical information and assistance, serving as the association's technical liaison with outside organizations, and developing and maintaining the association's technical documents, including The NRCA Roofing and Waterproofing Manual. Mark is also a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers Inc., International Code Council and National Fire Protection Association.​
Sponsored by