Building Technology Consultants, Inc. (BTC) is very pleased to announce that three of its team members have recently been elected to serve of the Board of Directors of various industry associations:
The above accomplishments evidence the dedication of BTC employees and their ongoing commitment to the advancement of our industry. BTC continues to promote a strong organizational culture that supports staff involvement in industry associations that deliver tangible benefits to our clients. While helping to lead our industry, BTC remains at the forefront of technology trends and applications to meet the needs of our clients in the repair and rehabilitation of building envelope systems.
Congratulations again to BTC’s Chris Kottra, Patrick Reicher, and Charles Sietmann as they begin their new leadership positions.
CAC-RCI is a not-for-profit, professional association of building envelope specialists and is an affiliated chapter of RCI, Inc., The Institute of Roofing, Waterproofing, and Building Envelope Professionals. Professional Members are independent consultants who evaluate existing roofing, waterproofing, and exterior wall systems and who specify and monitor the application of new and replacement systems. Integral to the association’s commitment to the advancement of the building sciences, CAC-RCI has an Industry Membership classification that is open to contractors, material manufacturers, and product representatives. For more information on RCI, Inc. and the Chicago Area Chapter of RCI, Inc.; visit www.rci-online.org and www.cac-rci.org, respectively.
ICRI strives to be a leading resource for education and information to improve the quality of repair, restoration and protection of concrete and other structures in accordance with consensus criteria.
ICRI's international network of local chapters provides regional networking opportunities as well as educational events. Worldwide membership of ICRI includes architects, engineers, contractors, manufacturers, distributors, facility owners/managers and other professionals with a common goal: prolonging the useful life of concrete through quality repair, restoration and protection. For more information on RCI, Inc., visit www.icri.org.