WALKABLE ROOF DECK MEMBRANES: Free for CATT Members | $10 for Non-Members
Duradek of Utah’s Matt McClure will be presenting ‘Walkable Roof Deck Membranes and Roofing Systems’ on Tuesday, December 9th in Truckee, CA. This is a must-attend event for building professionals in the region to best understand the considerations and options to maximize the potential of the growing trend of increasing residential outdoor living space. Seating is limited so book now!
Class Date: Tuesday, December 9
Class Time: 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM, Q & A After, LUNCH PROVIDED
Class Location: CATT Office – 12313 Soaring Way, Suite 1G, Truckee, CA
Class Description: This class is presented by NEW CATT Member Duradek. Students will be given an overview of walkable roof deck membranes and roofing systems, including a discussion of: Types of walkable roof decks, various waterproofing options, and their common problems; characteristics, advantages, and applications of walkable roof decks and outdoor flooring systems; important design concepts and considerations for walkable roof decks, balconies and walkways; walkable roof deck and outdoor flooring system common details and installation considerations; key specification issues related to roof deck membranes. This program will be extremely beneficial to architects and specifiers involved in single and multiple family homes.
Credits: 1.0 LU/HSW Hour (AIA CES)
Seating is Limited please RSVP by email or phone to
Amanda at 530-550-9999 or firstname.lastname@example.org
*Non-Members will be charged $10 to attend class
About the presenter: Matt McClure is the owner of Dekmax, based out of Salt Lake City, UT and was recently honored for Exceptional Performance at Duradek’s 40th Anniversary Convention. Matt is the current president of the Salt Lake City Chapter of the Construction Specifiers Institute.
For building and design professionals unable to take advantage of this excellent educational opportunity, you may be interested in Duradek’s online education through the AEC Daily website – Walkable PVC Roof Deck Membranes.