How to Make Existing Structures Waterproof

  • 18 Nov 2015
  • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Phoenix Airport Hilton - 2435 South 47th Street, Phoenix, AZ
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Speaker Info
Dave Flax
Manager - Southwest Region 
National Business Development Group
The Euclid Chemical Company

There are many reasons that waterproofing is so important, not the least of which is that water is our most precious natural resource. There is the need to keep potable water from becoming contaminated. There is the need to keep waste water from contaminating the environment. There is the need to keep things inside the building dry. This presentation will cover the many ways that structures can be made waterproof and will discuss:

  • Positive and negative side waterproofing
  • NSF waterproofing for potable water applications
  • Infiltration and exfiltration of water
  • Waterproofing of walls, floors, and joints
  • Product types and application methods

Civil Engineering Degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Has been involved with construction and concrete ever since as a field engineer, contractor, specifier, and researcher with the Corps of Engineers. Earned CDT and CCPR certifications from CSI. Speaks regularly to national organizations like CSI, ACI, ICRI, ASCC, and SEA both live and via Webinar. Has spoken at World of Concrete. On many national organization committees including ³Guide Specifications", "Repair of Construction Defects", and "Repair Materials and Methods². Has had dozens of articles published. Was awarded the Extra Yard Award by SCCP for his 30+ years of service to the concrete industry.

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