Ray Wetherholt, PE, RRC, RWC, REWC, RBEC, FRCI
Ray has expertise in roofing, waterproofing, and building envelope consulting. He started Wetherholt and Associates in 1984 to assist owners, architects, contractors, and, occasionally, attorneys in resolving water intrusion related issues. Prior to starting Wetherholt and Associates, he worked for a commercial construction inspection and testing company as their inspection supervisor and special projects troubleshooter, resolving concrete, steel, and masonry issues, along with developing the roofing and waterproofing inspection team.
Over the years, he has consulted on commercial and institutional buildings, mostly in the Pacific Northwest and including Alaska and Hawaii. Projects have ranged from large houses with green roofs, to large manufacturing buildings for an aircraft manufacturer, to the Experience Music Project. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in four states and has attained the Registered Building Envelope Consultant title, demonstrating knowledge in roofing, waterproofing, and exterior walls.
Ray has presented papers at IIBEC, Inc (formerly known as RCI, Inc) conventions and has regularly taught numerous IIBEC and related industry courses, including the SWRInstitute “Liquid Applied Sealants” course.