The Building Enclosure Consulting Team
Scott R. Whitaker
Scott R. Whitaker has specialized in understanding the performance of building envelopes as complete systems 40 years. He has built his reputation as a leading building envelope consultant working with and guiding tradesman, facility managers, engineers, architects, and owners through the stages of analyzing, understanding, repairing and maintaining building envelopes of all types. He specializes in masonry facades and roofing systems. His experience has gained him the reputation for solving complicated design flaws or installation problems. Additional experience includes the application of specialized engineered masonry products, building assessments, forensic investigations, dimensional stone detailing and anchor design, cost estimating, project management, product development, and professional service sales. Prior to starting LeMessurier, he gained experience in the architectural design field as VP of Masonry Operations for a local architectural company, designer and estimator in the structural steel industry, and a chief draftsman in the miscellaneous metals industry. With this experience, he has authored guidelines and procedures for the refurbishing and maintenance of masonry buildings. Scott has consulted on projects throughout the United States and the Caribbean. He has provided expert testimony and litigation support services on various buildings. He has been featured in the March 2002 issue of Stone Magazine and in the November 2014 issue of Facilities Magazine. Scott was recognized by a past United States President for consulting excellence..
Timothy S. Dean PE
With over 40 years in the Structural Engineering profession, Tim’s extensive experience is instrumental in conducting forensic investigations and condition surveys including remediation solutions for structural and building enclosure systems. He works on all phases of projects from conceptual design through project closeout. As a construction manager for building envelope restoration projects, he is responsible for coordinating and managing the roofing, masonry, and window contractors. Construction administration services include, site inspections, answering RFI’s, submittal review, change orders and payment requisitions. Additionally, Tim provides structural design, assessment peer review, special inspections, and technical legal review. Tim’s projects at LeMessurier have included churches, hotels, municipal buildings, industrial, educational, residential, parking structures, castles and more.
Mr. Hamlin has worked as an architectural designer since 1999. His drafting experience includes positions with architectural firms, contracted services firms and retail companies. At LeMessurier, Ray utilizes his vast drafting experience to produce repair drawings utilizing AutoCAD Designer for measuring, recording, and developing comprehensive existing conditions drawings while adhering to current AIA and National CAD Standards. Additionally, Ray is responsible for developing and Maintaining LeMessurier’s detail library. The library is an ongoing collection of proscribed restoration and repair strategies accompanied with its proprietary product and material specifications. Beyond that, Ray has experience creating renovation, permitting, and working drawings for homeowners, builders, architects, and property owners. Ray has vast experience in presentation drawings, planning board presentations, code research, code review, submittals, shop drawings, site inspections, punch lists, and project meetings. Ray has been an assistant job captain on large scale design team projects in order to maintain timelines, budgets, review shop drawings, submittals, developing CSK’s, and many other project administration duties. Ray has an eye for detail and has honed his observational and investigative skills. He often notices problems and discrepancies that are easily overlooked.
Ron Goodwin RA, LEED AP
Ron Goodwin has over 30 years of architectural office experience working from the conceptual phase through the completion of the building construction. Projects range from residential, commercial, institutional, healthcare, and historic preservation. He has as commitment to a high standard of aesthetics, building performance and energy efficiency.
Most of Ron’s experience has been at the drawing board. As a draftsman, Ron approaches the preparation of building plans as craftmanship. Drawings and details are assembled to address every situation with clarity; to inform the building trades of all the information needed to execute the intent of the design.
Ron is always eager to evaluate each project for maximum performance in its unique climate. He is very Interested in the existing floor, wall and roof systems along with the site, or ‘how things were built’. Each project is approached with optimism. Ron believes that with the technology of today, there are extensive materials and methods to solve problems, exceed standards and strive for the highest performance within the cost-budget analysis.