Inclusive costs for parking garages and facilities often become the key ingredient in deciding how, when, and in what way to build the structure. But, the true cost of operation is determined after it is put into use. Even when a proper maintenance program is put into place problems can arise forcing facility managers to focus on two words that can be synonymous with cost...“Deterioration” and “Restoration”.
Issues such as leaks, corrosion, cracks, spalls, efflorescence, and joint deterioration are problematic, and if left unmanaged can lead to costly repairs. What sealants work best for the various forms of deterioration? What is a partial repair? How do you repair corroded steal? Join us as industry experts discuss these questions and examine different types of facility repair and restoration.
SE, Principal, Watry Design, Inc.
John Purinton, SE is a Principal with Watry Design, Inc., an Architectural, Structural Engineering and Planning Firm that specializes solely in parking. Utilizing 23 years of experience, John leads Watry’s Design Build pursuits and continues to investigate innovative structural solutions to client's problems. He is an active participant in the Parking Consultants Council, contributed several chapters for the latest edition of ULI's best seller, Dimensions of Parking and a frequent speaker on parking.
PE, LEED AP, Structural Engineer, ECS Mid-Atlantic, LLC
Chris oversees the Specialty Services Team within the Facilities Department at ECS. One of their primary focuses is to provide parking facility restoration services, including owner consultations, structural surveys, sampling and testing, analysis, and repair design. With over 18 years of experience, Chris has extensive knowledge in building and parking structure design and investigation, he is a current member of the International Concrete Repair Institute, and an Urban Search and Rescue team that responds to domestic and international disasters.
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