Jeff holds a Bachelor of Science degree in architectural engineering with a major in structural engineering from Milwaukee School of Engineering University.
He has experience in the design and construction industry dating back to the early ‘90’s of which has been focused on the building enclosure, including assessment and investigations related to moisture intrusion and structural-related issues, building condition assessments, repair/rehabilitation designs, and construction observations. Jeff has been a frequent lecturer nationally to architects, engineers, specifiers, building enclosure consultants, contractors, code officials and university students on subject matter pertaining to the importance of maintaining continuity of water, air, vapor and thermal controls of the enclosure and the ever-important interface detail. Previously, Jeff held a position where he had involvement with international projects in regions including Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa, and Central-South America that exposed him to different design and construction practices.
Jeff remains active in the building science community through involvement in various technical committees and organizations and is a regular attendee or speaker at conferences and symposiums
Director, Building Enclosure Council: Chicago Chapter
Member, Air Barrier Association of America (ABAA) Terminations and Flashings Committee
Member, Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) Technical Roundtable Committee
Member, International Institute of Building Enclosure Consultants (IIBEC)
Member, American Institute of Architects (AIA)
Member, Structural Engineers Association of Illinois (SEAOI)
Member, Rainscreen Association in North America (RAiNA), Performance, Water, Drainage & Ventilation Ad Hoc Committee
Milwaukee School of Engineering University
Bachelor of Science, Architectural Engineering
Building Enclosure Assessment, Investigation, Repair Design
Building Enclosure Design & Detailing
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