Joseph D. Rogers is a member of Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc. (SGH) in the building technology group. He is experienced in the investigation and evaluation of building envelopes, including roofing, below-grade waterproofing, and flooring and wall systems with a specialty in rehabilitation design. His work includes investigation and analysis of building envelopes, development of building-enclosure designs, preparation of specifications and construction documents, and construction administration and monitoring. He is an International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) Certified Concrete Slab Moisture Testing Technician (CCSMTT).
- B S Civil Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
Vice President, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.
Rogers, J.D., A. J. Nicastro, and N.W. Vigener, “Foundation Wall Waterproofing Repair Strategies for Existing Buildings: The Long-Term View” Applicator Magazine, November 2015.
Rogers, J.D., K.B. Nelson, and D.S. Slick, “Providing Durable and Reliable Soldered Joints in Sheet Metal, Sweating the Small Stuff, Part One,” Architectural Roofing and Waterproofing, Oct 2014.
Rogers, J.D., K.B. Nelson, and D.S. Slick, “Providing Durable and Reliable Soldered Joints in Sheet Metal, Sweating the Small Stuff, Part Two,” Building Envelope, Feb 2015.
Rogers, J.D, N.A. Piteo, and C. Parker, “Stair Waterproofing – Assembling the Puzzle,” proceedings from the RCI Building Envelope Technology Symposium, San Diego, CA, October 2009.