classes

Events, CAM EDU Classes

#9525405 – 1 hour
"Structural Deterioration of Reinforced Concrete and How to Address It"

Objective
The objective of this course is to provide a basic understanding of the science of reinforced concrete deterioration, common repair methodologies, and some current state-of-the-art mitigation techniques. This course will provide a good understanding of visual signs of building conditions and methods of successfully addressing deficiencies.


#9626384 – 1 hour
"How Paint Coatings Fail"

Objective
The objective of this course is to provide a basic understanding of water based building coating systems. It will identify types of coating failures, maintenance of existing coatings and the importance of proper specifications when a recoating project is necessary.


#9626012 – 1 hour
"Aging Communities - Deterioration & Prevention"

Objective
The objective of this course is to provide a basic understanding of the good, the bad and the disasters of aging buildings and communities. It will identify proper long-term maintenance, primary forms of deterioration and distress, specific types of corrosion, advantages of post-tension tendons and awareness methodologies.
This course will provide a good understanding of visual signs of building conditions and methods of successfully addressing deficiencies. Reserve Study - To Fund or Not To Fund


#9625738 – 1 hour
"Building Envelope Diagnosis and Repair – Uncontrolled Water Penetration"

Objective
The objective of this course is to provide a basic understanding of the different types of building exterior wall systems, how each type of wall responds to moisture intrusion, common sources of moisture intrusion, some current state-of-the-art diagnostic techniques and common repair methodologies. This course will provide a good understanding of visual signs of building conditions and methods of successfully addressing deficiencies.


#9626443 – 1 hour
"Roof Evaluation and Replacement Project"

Objective
The course objective is to provide a basic understanding of the procedures involved in a roof evaluation and replacement project. This course will provide a good understanding of the roof evaluation process, which will include explanation of visual and infrared (nondestructive) testing along with core sampling and moisture measurements (destructive testing). This course also provides details on the preparation of the specifications and contract documents along with what is involved in the construction support services.


#9626445 – 1 hour
"Turnover Report Procedures"

Objective
The course objective is to provide a basic understanding of the procedures involved in a turnover report project. This course will provide a good understanding of the different types of turnovers and what requirements need to be met for each one. This course also provides details on the role of the board of directors, the association and the developer.


#9626444 – 1 hour
"Hurricane Shutter Installation Replacement Project."

Objective
The course objective is to provide a basic understanding of the procedures involved in a hurricane shutter installation (or replacement) project. This course will provide a good understanding of the overall project procedures from the structural evaluation process to determine the proper anchoring of the shutters though project close out. This course also provides details on the selection of a manufacturer for material selection and the contractor for installation.


#9626584 – 1 hour
"Pre-Emptive Strike – Planning a Preventative Maintenance Program"

Objective
The objective of this course is to provide a basic understanding of the means available to Community Association Managers to evaluate the existing conditions of structural components and waterproofing elements of an association's buildings, and methods to plan a successful preventive maintenance project towards a successful outcome.

Means discussed include Reserve Studies and Turnover Studies, Comprehensive Inspections while Methods discussed include Professional Consulting services, Scheduling and Project Coordination.


#9626646 – 1 hour
"How to Install Replacement Windows in Frame Walls"

Objective
The objective of this course is to provide a basic understanding of the cause of leaks at exterior windows and doors, common repair methodologies that fail, and some current state-of-the-art techniques that yield leak free installations.

This course will provide a good understanding of why leak-free installations cannot be accomplished while working only from the inside; a good understanding of appropriate water tests for gauging the quality of the installation; and methods to assure a leak-free result.


#9626745 – 1 hour
"How to Install Replacement Windows in Masonry Walls"

Objective
The objective of this course is to provide a basic understanding of the cause of leaks at exterior windows and doors, common repair methodologies that fail, and some current state-of-the-art techniques that yield leak free installations.

This course will provide a good understanding of why leak-free installations cannot be accomplished while working only from the inside; a good understanding of appropriate water tests for gauging the quality of the installation; and methods to assure a leak-free result.


#9626764 – 1 hour
"Reserve Studies"

Objective
To provide those tasked with overseeing the maintenance of condominium, townhome, or homeowners' associations a review of what major expenditures to expect and an estimate of when these expenditures will occur and how to use the reserve study reports to get the amount to charge each owner for their share of the reserve fund. Additionally, how the reserve study is also used to accurately disclose the status of the Reserve Fund to owners in the association's annual financial statements.


#9627070 – 1 hour
"Care and Feeding of Post Tensioned Floor Slabs"

Objective
The objective of this course is to provide a basic understanding of the cause of structural damage to post tensioned reinforced concrete floor slabs, methods of protection and state-of-the-art methods of repair.
This course will provide a good understanding of why it is critically important to properly protect post tensioned reinforced concrete floor slabs in buildings; a good understanding of the difference between traditional reinforcing and post tensioned reinforcing and how that difference affects repair methods and the cost of repair; a good understanding of signs of distress in the reinforcing system.