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Building Envelope Science Institute Holds Seminar for Defective Drywall in Gainesville, Florida


The Building Envelope Science Institute (BESI) has scheduled a second seminar for the Defective Drywall Inspection and Remediation certification.

Building Envelope Science Institute Holds Seminar for Defective Drywall in Gainesville, Florida
Gainesville, FL, December 09, 2009 --(PR.com)-- The Building Envelope Science Institute, Defective Drywall in America workgroup and U S Building Consultants are presenting the certification for Chinese or other defective drywall in Gainesville, Florida on December 13-15, 2009 at the Best Western Gateway Grand.

This program will certify inspectors, consultants, project managers, and remediation contractors. Individuals can register for multiple certifications, upon registering for the certifications the individual will pay the full cost for the primary (highest level) certification and the additional certification(s) are half price. The discounted rates are only provided upon registration of multiple certifications at the same conference/training seminar. For more information on the prerequisites and conference details, go to www.BESInstitute.org.

Spiderman S. Mulholland, a leading forensic expert on building envelope, water intrusion, toxic mold, and Chinese Drywall of U S Building Consultants, Inc. with the help of a workgroup called Defective Drywall in America (DDIA) and the Building Envelope Science Institute (BESI), have developed a cost effective protocol that helps homeowners and builders who have been devastated by the Chinese drywall disaster.

Mr. Mulholland has been in the remediation and the construction industry for over twenty years and has authored two other national certification programs. “In all my years in this business, it has never been an acceptable practice to leave tainted, contaminated, or dangerous products and materials in a home or building,” said Mulholland. A twelve industry workgroup that included lawyers, homeowners, realtors, bankers, manufacturers, toxicologist, scientist, chemist, developers, builders, doctors and forensic investigators were asked what they would need for a viable solution to the Chinese drywall crisis.

The results of the DDIA workgroup has produced protocols for inspection and remediation of Chinese or other defective drywall that results in a third-party quality control process that helps insure the success of remediation along with providing a pending national warranty program.

To learn more about the Institute, go online to www.BESInstitute.org, or contact info@BESInstitute.org.

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From Conception to Certification The Development of Certified Protocols
The program has been designed out of the workgroup Defective Drywall in America (DDIA) which included top analytical scientists, chemists, toxicologists, a major university, consultants in the environmental field, and twelve business sectors that were considered in the development of the protocols.
Filename: 120209WhyCertification-BESI.pdf

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