Joseph Rogers collaborates with his clients to identify and focus on the critical elements required to maximize the service life of their structures. He specializes in building enclosure engineering, including design consulting for new construction, investigating performance problems, developing multidisciplinary rehabilitation programs, and designing and administering repairs for modern and historic structures. His work encompasses a wide range of building enclosure systems and materials, including roofing, modern and historic wall systems, below-grade waterproofing, and flooring. He leverages his broad building enclosure engineering experience to help clients with construction-related disputes by investigating building enclosure issues and serving as their expert witness. He also has a passion for giving back through education, and teaches the Investigation, Diagnosis, and Rehabilitation course for Johns Hopkins University’s Department of Civil Engineering.