MADISON, Wis. — Metal roofing expert Rob Haddock will present "Metal Roofing Systems," a two-day course on metal roofing at the University of Wisconsin Madison’s School of Engineering on Dec. 3-4, 2020.
If you design, install, commission, maintain or repair metal roofing systems, this course will provide you with the tools and techniques to do your job correctly and avoid problems. Upon completing this course, you will be able to identify the best solutions to your metal roofing issues, whether you’re working on new construction, performing maintenance or reroofing.
This two-day course, taught by Haddock, CEO and founder of S-5!, includes technical and practical “soup-to-nuts” information presented in a common-sense fashion that makes the art and science of metal roofing clear, concise and understandable. For a full course description, visit the University of Wisconsin’s engineering program summary here.
Who Should Attend
Contractors, architects, specifiers, roof consultants, engineers, building owners, manufacturers, building envelope commissioning authorities and maintenance staff will benefit from this course—basically anyone involved in metal roofing design, construction, maintenance, repair and re-roofing. And, it is the best “crash course” available for sales personnel in-industry.
About the Instructor
Haddock is a well-known expert in the field and has worked in various aspects of metal roofing for nearly five decades―beginning as a laborer, then contractor, then forensic consultant, technical author, educator, innovator, CEO and founder of S-5!, the leading authority on metal roof attachment solutions.
His innovations have resulted in nearly 60 patents, and his hundreds of writings and lectures have been translated into at least 10 languages. He has won numerous industry awards from MCA, CSI, ASTM, MBMA. For 35-plus years, Haddock has been a featured speaker at industry tradeshows, METALCON and IRE. His practical experience, colorful background and world travel add flavor to his technical expertise resulting in a “must-attend” course that is as poignant as it is entertaining for every educational or experience level in metal roofing trades and practices.
“Rob leads you down the path to understanding with such humor and simple clarity, you not only go away understanding, but remembering,” said former course participant Darrell T. Blair.
Metal Roofing Systems takes place at the Madison Concourse Hotel and Governor’s Club, with an online option also available. To learn more or register, click here.