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Moisture-Related Floor Covering and Coating Failures: Facts, Fiction, Myths, and Realities


Total Credits: 1 PDH

Category:
Webinar
Presenter(s):
Peter Craig
Duration:
47 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
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Access for 6 month(s) after purchase.


Description

Industry questions related to moisture-related floor covering and coating failures will be answered by the presenter during a 1-hour webinar. Questions will come from ICRI members through a survey conducted prior to the webinar and PPT slides addressing the questions prepared by the presenter. Questions from webinar attendees will also be answered during the webinar.

Learning Objectives

  1. Learn where moisture that can lead to flooring problems comes from.
  2. Learn the underlying causes of flooring failures.
  3. Learn why pre-installation subfloor evaluation procedures are necessary.
  4. Learn how to prevent or correct a concrete subfloor moisture problem.

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Peter Craig's Profile

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Concrete Floor Specialist - Consultant

Concrete Constructives


Peter Craig, FICRI, FACI, CCSMTT is an independent concrete floor consultant with Concrete Constructives located in Greene, Maine and has over 47 years of experience with the design, construction, repair and protection of concrete floor slabs. He is best known for his expertise in the area of moisture-related flooring and coating problems and has been involved with over 400 such projects nationwide. Peter served as national president of ICRI in 1996 and is currently sub-committee chair and lead instructor for the ICRI Concrete Slab Moisture Testing certification program. He is an active member of ICRI, ASTM and ACI where he currently serves as sub-committee chair of ACI 302.2R, Guide for Concrete Slabs that Receive Moisture-Sensitive Flooring Materials. Peter is a Fellow of both ICRI and ACI, and in 2012 was voted as one of the 5 most influential people in the concrete industry by Concrete Construction Magazine.


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