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Date

October 31, 2024

Start Time

01:30 PM

End Time

02:30 PM

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Rust on Building Panels Identifying and Repairing

This session is intended to inform members of the metal construction and design industry on the types of rust and common sources of it, especially on steel roofing and siding panels. The speaker will clarify once rust is identified, the various courses of correction will be discussed and how to prevent further occurrences.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify different type(s) of rust.
  • Identify different sources of rust.
  • Learn how to determine corrective actions for various rust types.
  • Discover better design concepts to prevent future occurrences of rust.

Continuing Education Credit:

1.0 AIA LU HSW

Kevin Sieger

Metallurgical Engineer, U.S. Steel

Kevin Sieger is a Metallurgical Engineer with 33 years of service at United States (U. S.) Steel. Kevin has 20 years of experience in Customer Technical Service with steel construction products and over 10 years of experience in coated steel roof and siding inspection. He has inspected over 100 buildings for issues ranging from red rust and perforation to discoloration of the surface. Prior to coming to U. S. Steel, Kevin obtained a bachelor’s in chemistry. While employed with the company, he later completed a master’s in quality engineering. During his tenure at U. S. Steel, he held various positions throughout the Fairfield Works complex before moving into Customer Technical Service. To assist with his duties in metal panel inspection, Kevin also received additional education in corrosion of metals.