New Issue of Hoffmann Architects JOURNAL Focuses on Roofs
March 2022 - Hoffmann Architects is pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of the firm’s technical newsletter, the JOURNAL.
Now available in a digital edition for easy viewing on any device, JOURNAL keeps building owners, managers, and AEC professionals informed about the design and rehabilitation topics that matter most.
Should You Replace Your Low-Slope Roof?
Understanding Recover and Replacement Options
Recovering a low-slope roof tends to be less expensive than full replacement and, for some owners, is a logical starting point when the roof nears the end of its lifespan. But buyer beware: recover projects have many potential pitfalls. And while it may seem straightforward to replace the roof in kind, new technologies, new code requirements, and new needs may make other options a better fit.
Daniel L. Bishop, AIA
Spotlight: Roof Terminations
Whether for an existing roof or a new roof design, termination of the waterproofing is of the utmost importance because that is the most common location, by far, where water infiltration issues arise.
Rest assured that our award-winning periodical is still available in its original magazine-style format.
We’ve just added the convenience of an online option to our tried-and-true print publication.
Earn AIA continuing education credit.
With our online exams, it’s easy to earn American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education System Learning Units. Recent JOURNAL articles offer one unit of Health, Safety, Welfare (HSW) AIA credit to those who successfully complete a short multiple-choice quiz.