Who We Are

The simple purpose of buildings is shelter, but they are more than just a place to stay dry; they facilitate life as we know it today.

From decades of studying buildings comes the vision that unless all the systems in a building work together, that productivity is diminished which means lost property value.

Our team of experts keeps your asset’s systems in check and working together. 

David Leslie, RWC


David brings over thirty years of experience in this industry, leading teams of construction professions all over the country. A college baseball player who reluctantly earned a BBA in Marketing from Cleveland State, David began his career as a contractor who evaluated projects and ran his own crews performing restorations from state to state. Later, as a Registered Waterproofing Consultant (RWC), he assessed and designed solutions for multiple iconic properties. His direct experience includes an extensive list of complex buildings and industrial sites owned by some of the most recognizable clients in the U.S., including DFW Airport, Klyde Warren Park, and U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota. He has held an array of positions, including Director of Technical Services, Director of Building Science, and Director of Product Management at three major manufacturers of building materials, and he led the development of over a dozen new products and systems. He has testified as an expert witness in half a dozen cases, and as an inventor, he holds three patents.

David is passionate about education, and as a speaker, he has presented thousands of hours of education and many national lectures. He has authored numerous articles, multiple white
papers, and a research paper, and holds a seat on the editorial board of Interface Magazine, an IIBEC publication. He is past president of North Texas Chapter of IIBEC.

David has positively impacted some of the most influential organizations and projects in the country, applying his broad-spectrum expertise from conception to completion. But after three decades he has come to the realization that our industry of constructing and managing buildings is flawed and we can do better.