Duration of Loss: Building Material Performance Webinar
1 credit | Course ID: 116419 | Florida Provider ID: 372184
The attendee will gain a new perspective on methods to determine the duration of a water loss involving building performance materials. Water loss claims are among the most frequent and contested losses. Efforts to understand the duration of the loss are critical in defending whether the loss was sudden and accidental or long-term in duration.
About Nolan Wells, PE
Nolan Wells is a technical professional who combines hands-on experience with a solid educational background in applied physics and engineering. Mr. Wells has extensive knowledge of application, integration, upgrading, troubleshooting and quality testing high-tech mechanical equipment. Experience includes knowledgeable in mechanical systems, design, and components. Experience in national and state construction standards. Through training and research, he has excelled at forensic investigations with 12 publications on metal corrosion, vibration/acoustic analysis, wood deterioration, strain and failure of materials, and duration-of-loss. Extensive training in the corrosion process of building materials and industrial equipment when exposed to various environmental conditions.
To learn more about NV5 Forensic Engineering & Building consulting, visit nv5.com/forensics.
Register for Live Seminar/Webinar
Wednesday, March 29 2023 at 10:30 a.m.
*Following your registration, you will receive an invite for the one-hour presentation, which will be hosted via Microsoft Teams. The Live Seminar will begin on March 29, 2023 at 10:30 a.m. EST in the training room located at 10751 Deerwood Park Blvd., Suite 200, Jacksonville, FL 32256.
Following the presentation, attendees will be emailed instructions to the email provide above. The instructions require and email response that must be completed in 6 hours of the class completion in order to receive 1 continuing education course credit for the state of Florida. At this time, this presentation is not available for continuing education credit in other states.