NAEP Webinar Sponsored by US Communities in partnership with Garland/DBS Inc.
" Making Cost Matter: Proper Detailing for Long-Term Performance"
Tuesday, July 31, 2018 | 2:00 PM ET
Initial cost differences of roofing and exterior building systems often vary by more than their differences in product cost and installation labor. Properly designed roofs will usually cost more upfront but include better detailing. Better detailing adds to the total project cost but improves the total cost of ownership by reducing the likelihood of entry points for moisture. This webinar will identify key areas that when properly detailed yield long-term benefits beyond their initial cost.
- Understand Cost Waste while evaluating low initial cost vs. properly designed projects.
- Get examples of proper detailing for rain screens, edge metal and redundant design.
- Explore total cost of ownership in procurement life-cycle costs vs. initial system costs.
The Garland Company
Travis Lord is a product manager for the Garland Company, focusing on the development of industry-leading metal roofing, wall and edge systems for the commercial building envelope. In his role with Garland, Lord is also responsible for training Garland's field team in the proper installation and detailing of these metal systems. Lord graduated from the The University of Central Florida with a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering. Garland is a Cleveland-based manufacturer of high-performance solutions for the total building envelope.
The Garland Company UK branch
Jacob Giaimo is the the divisional controller for The Garland Company's UK branch. In addition, he assists Garland's accounting team with financial analysis, KPI tracking, business segment analysis, and subsidiary reporting needs. Prior to joining Garland, Jacob worked as a financial analyst for Fortune 500 healthcare organizations, focusing on budget and forecasting efforts as well as consolidated financial reporting. He graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in finance and specialization in investments.
Participants who attend this webcast will receive 1 hour of continuing education credit. This time may be applied toward ISM’s CPSM/CPSD certification or C.P.M. recertification and/or A.P.P. re-accreditation, or UPPCC’s CPPO/CPPB certification or recertification program requirements.
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