August 19 Webinar - Building and Site Structures

 

August 19, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Topic: Building and Site Structure Systems - Recognize How Your Facility is Constructed and What You Can Expect and Protect Against

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There is no charge for Chapter members to attend the webinar; however, we ask that you register in order to receive an email confirmation containing information about joining the webinar.

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Building and Site Structure Systems - Recognize How Your Facility is Constructed and What You Can Expect and Protect Against 

Course Description:
Do you know what Forensic Engineering is? Do you know how to recognize the flaws in your facility construction and what you can expect and should protect against? Join us as Brian Tarantino shares his 25 years of experience in building design and investigation of building and site structural failures.  He will describe new and antiquated building systems and their distinct features. The presentation will alert you to what your particular structure may be susceptible to as it ages in place and will provide maintenance suggestions to prolong the life of your buildings and site structures.

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Brian Tarantino, P.E., LEED AP
President
Tarantino Engineering Consultants (TEC)

Brian Tarantino, P.E., LEED AP is president of Tarantino Engineering Consultants (TEC) a structural engineering firm located in Fulton, MD, providing building design and forensic engineering up and down the east coast.  With more than 25 years of providing structural expertise to some of the most highly-regarded firms in the country, Brian launched TEC in 2013 to provide clients with quality deliverables in a collaborative manner. His range of experience allows him to bring unique solutions to every project with which he engages, and his personable style has clients returning again and again.

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This presentation on Building and Site Structure Systems - Recognize How Your Facility is Constructed and What You Can Expect and Protect Against 
can be applied to IFMA CFM Maintenance Activities:
1 hour attendance of the CEU can contribute toward
Category 1 – FM Related Education
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under the CAMP Portal  www.ifma.org  

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