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Low-Slope Roofing: Specifying a Quality, Cost-Effective Roof System While Considering the Skilled Labor Shortage (RFG19-2)

Course Description:

An examination of how the skilled labor shortage impacts low-slope roofing specification choices.

Learning Objectives:

  • List the ways in which the roofing skilled labor shortage can impact the accurate, durable application of a specified roof system.
  • Describe how roof design, project parameters, product selection, contractor crew, and project management will impact the labor efficiencies associated with roof system installation.
  • Discuss the basic advantages of a self-adhered modified bitumen roof system as compared to other popular low-slope roof systems, including durability and decreased person-hours to install.
  • Integrate data regarding product application, skill level requirements, and time to install when specifying a roof system.
Credits: AIA 1 AIA (HSW HSW)

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