Yesterday was the live presentation of ourArchitectural Roofing & Waterproofingwebinar titled “Proper Drain Design,” conducted byARWEditorial Director andRoofing Contractortechnical columnist John D’Annunzio.
Yesterday was the live presentation of ourArchitectural Roofing & Waterproofingwebinar titled “Proper Drain Design,” conducted by ARW Editorial Director andRoofing Contractortechnical columnist John D’Annunzio.
In the session, John gave an overview of roofing and waterproofing drainage methods and covered the necessary calculations to determine proper roof drainage. If you missed the live presentation of the webinar, it’s archived at our site, www.arwmag.com. If you’d like to check on the topics for upcoming webinars brought to you byArchitectural Roofing & WaterproofingandRoofing Contractor, check these links:
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What amazes me about our webinars is the interaction between participants and the speakers. For all of our sessions, there have been more questions posted by audience members that could possibly be answered. The Q and A sessions are my favorite part of these events, as they are not only lively, but they also are a true test for the speakers, as they often must come up with immediate responses to a variety of topics. It’s like a virtual press conference, with our moderator reading the questions to the speaker.
I’m looking forward to our next lively online debate!
From the Editor's Desk: Webinars Put Speakers to the Test
By Chris King
Chris King is editor of Roofing Contractor. He can be reached at 248-244-6497.