Elizabeth Rodenkirch’s expertise focuses on building envelope, sustainability, testing and evaluation, preconstruction consulting, and failure analysis of flooring systems. Ms. Rodenkirch has developed a deep understanding of the necessary substrate preparation and material compatibility that is necessary for a successful flooring installation and she contributes to ASTM standards based on her experience. As an ABAA Licensed Field Auditor, Ms. Rodenkirch is also intimately familiar with air barriers and the different types available, how to detail and apply them, and how to identify and investigate air barrier breaches. Her building envelope experience includes new building envelope design, hygrothermal analysis, field-testing, evaluation of materials, condition assessment, and preconstruction consulting.
M.Arch. in Structures
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2005
Rodenkirch, Elizabeth V, Testing Slab Relative Humidity; New research suggests that testing can be done earlier with any test device. Concrete Construction. October 11, 2017 https://www.concreteconstruction.net/how-to/construction/testing-slab-relative-humidity_o
Cook, David, Elizabeth V Rodenkirch, Structures and Air Barriers. Civil + Structural Engineer Magazine. January 2011. https://csengineermag.com/article/structures-and-air-barriers/
American Institute of Architects
United States Green Building Council