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    Mark Meshulam, </br>Chicago Window Expert is a Construction Consultant

    Mark Meshulam, Chicago Window Expert is a Construction Consultant

    Mark Meshulam, the Chicago Window Expert is a Construction Consultant with over 37 years experience in construction, contracting, laboratory and field testing, forensic investigations, claims and expert witness work. He specializes in windows, glass, mirrors, curtainwalls, entrances, skylights, panel systems, louvers, window films, sealants and other architectural products.

    Mr. Meshulam is often involved with claimsband disputes involving leakage in the building envelope, failure of building components (such as glass breakage, leaks and sealant failure), and personal injury arising out of such products, including injuries from glass breakage and detachment.

    He offers his construction consultant services to property owners who face planning decisions regarding the future of building components, such as whether windows should be repaired or replaced, proper selection of low-e glass, proper detailing for sealant applications, and cost-benefit.

    In his capacities at Builders Architectural Products, Inc., one of Chicago’s largest glazing contractors, Meshulam was directly involved with hundreds of construction projects covering the full range of buildings from single family to towering high-rises, totaling millions of square feet of installed products.

    Building types includes commercial buildings, schools, universities, hospitals, power plants, penal institutions, factories, multi-family, and historic renovation, including window replacement at the renowned Field Museum of Natural History.

    Mockup of part of a future building, built at Construction Research Laboratory in Miami for a project in Chicago. Mockup was tested for air infiltration, water penetration, structural and thermal. As a Construction Consultant, Meshulam is deeply involved with testing.

    Mockup of part of a future building, built at Construction Research Laboratory in Miami for a project in Chicago. Mockup was tested for air infiltration, water penetration, structural and thermal. As a Construction Consultant, Meshulam is deeply involved with testing

    As Director of Engineering for Builders Architectural Products, Inc., he directed the work of draftsmen and structural engineers, creating a cross-referencing system for relating shop drawings details with structural calculations, as well as producing a volume of drafting standards that were successfully employed for numerous large scale projects.

    Meshulam is responsible for scores of original aluminum extrusion designs used on custom projects to meet unique project specifications. Meshulam was directly involved with manufacturers to assist them in successfully producing the new or innovated products.

    Committed to field quality control, Meshulam issued illustrated installation manuals and taught training courses for installers. As a Construction Consultant, Meshulam is committed to clear communications and relevant training.

    Meshulam now brings these clear, highly illustrated presentation methods for the benefit of clients, to assist in simply communicating difficult technical problems and accurately presenting an opinion.

    Meshulam is an accomplished author and speaker, having published over 80 trade articles and having spoken at numerous industry events.


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After the first set of readings, the plastic tare sheet is removed. Then the readings are taken again. The difference between the initial and current air flow readings are attributed to the skylight. If the airflow measured through the skylight is less than what is allowed, then the test is a PASS.