Forensic Engineering Investigation Of Moisture Intrusion Leading To Mold Conditions
AbstractWhile Moisture Intrusion Was Thought To Be The Reason For Floor Tile And Carpet Adhesion Failure In An Occupied Elementary School, The Flooring Problems Were Symptoms Of Only Some Of The Many Moisture Problems That Were Discovered. By Using Destructive And Non-Destructive Testing Methods, A List Of More Than A Dozen Construction Deficiencies Was Compiled. Since The School Was In Session, The Parent-Teacher Organization Was Kept Informed Of The Indoor Air Quality In The School. Indoor Air Quality Testing Was Performed At Strategic Intervals Of The Project And A Final Indoor Air Quality (Iaq) Test Was Performed At The Completion Of The Work As A Baseline For Recommended Future Testing.
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