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I am wondering if there is any building enclosure performance verification testing being performed for the air, moisture, and thermal barriers of the building enclosures. It can be a problem for buildings with ongoing operations. Air barriers testing can be especially difficult. I have been involved with QA/QC inspections and water intrusion testing for all of the DFW terminals being remodeled and expanded.
George M. Blackburn, III
M. Arch. + AIA + BCxA
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Building Envelope Performance Design Consulting, Façade Condition Assessments, Restoration, Commissioning, Damage & Defect Analysis, Air Barrier Audits
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