Craig Allender has a passion for helping clients address building enclosure waterproofing issues, with special interest in planning for the unique challenges caused by sea level rise in the San Francisco Bay Area. His recent presentations on the subject and activities with the Association of Climate Change Officers have been a catalyst for the conversation about how climate change affects coastal cities and how to identify strategies for flood resilience. Craig is experienced in investigating and designing major commercial, institutional, and residential buildings to address building enclosure waterproofing issues involving roofs, exterior walls, glazing systems, plaza areas, and below-grade spaces. He has consulted with architects, contractors, and building owners to analyze and repair water intrusion in existing buildings and to prevent these problems in new construction. Craig recently served on the Board of Directors of the Sealant Waterproofing & Restoration Institute.