WEBINAR | BUILDING |
In this webinar, you will learn
- Assessment of Water Damage
- Identify Various Water Mitigation Methods Used in
- Invoice Review
- Progress of Work Monitoring & Reporting
- Restoration Standards & Guidance
- Reviewing Drying Methods &
Craig Dyke, CPPAG
Dyke is a Regional Manager for J.S. Held overseeing the Canadian Atlantic
provinces of Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, and
New Brunswick. In addition to a strong construction and restoration background,
Craig has been managing the Atlantic Provinces for approximately 12 years and is
recognized for acting as an umpire and appraiser in appraisal under the act
files and leadership on large complex cost audits within the country.
Craig joined J.S. Held with over 20 years in the
construction restoration industry. Craig has a portfolio of projects which has
earned him a reputation in the industry as a marketplace leader. He has been a
seasoned leader in Canada’s top firms and has been involved in notable
catastrophe responses including Fort MacMurray, and Calgary Floods.
William (Bill) Zoeller is
the Claims, Materials, and Indoor Air Quality Service Line Lead within the
Environmental, Health & Safety division of J.S. Held LLC. His experience
spans more than two-decades in project design and assessment of remediation,
mitigation, and abatement from catastrophic events such as water damage,
microbial damage, fires as well as regulated materials assessments. William has
a wide range of project experience from residential to large manufacturing
facilities, healthcare facilities, educational facilities, and multi-family
William testified as to the presence of fungal growth and
water damage documented by multiple consultants in the building occupied by the
plaintiff due to poor construction practices. William was able to effectively
state the facts of the case and damage identified as well as discuss the
importance of utilizing laboratories with quality control and quality assurance
programs such as those through the American Industrial Hygiene Association.
Presentation: 2:30 - 3:30 pm NST
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