Hurricanes and tropical storms are causing millions of dollars in wind and water damage on the Gulf Coast – can your property weather the storm? Z6 Commissioning’s engineering services for windstorm & stormwater resistant construction ensures your property meets the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) requirements and remains eligible for inexpensive insurance coverage. Our TDI appointed Texas-licensed engineers examine the materials and installation methods used on your property to certify that it will be capable of resisting damage from severe weather.
Our Windstorm Inspections verify compliance with the design plans, the local Building Department and local building codes to provide greater protection during hurricane and other severe weather events.
After completion of the survey, our clients receive a final TDI summary and Certificate of Compliance (WPI-8). This certifies that the project is eligible for windstorm insurance through the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association (TWIA)
Both commercial and residential sectors are potentially eligible for insurance premium discounts or credits from your insurance company. Submit your windstorm inspection report from Z6 Commissioning and start saving!
Texas Department of Insurance (TDI)
Texas Windstorm Insurance Association (TWIA)
Quality Control Manager
Jeff is a licensed Architectural Engineer who specializes in the inspection and testing of fenestration, waterproofing and roofing system products and installation. Jeff expanded on his education in Civil Engineering from the University of Texas by mastering CADD drafting, structural analysis/design and onsite quality control inspections. Jeff’s education and field experience created an aggregate of practical knowledge that drew him into the field of building envelope testing. Jeff’s insight and specialization proved to be a vital asset in gaining a coveted ISO/IEC accreditation for the testing laboratory and field operations. Jeff’s professional license in Architectural Engineering and his grasp of the associated technical requirements gained him the designation as the Z6 Quality Control Manager. Jeff’s technical experience ensures the Z6 team complies with the ISO/IEC 17025 testing standards too accurately, objectively and impartially report on the integrity of building materials and products intended to satisfy the owner’s requirements.
Vice President, Stormwater Authority Division
Scott is a Registered Professional Engineer with the State of Texas and has over 21 years of experience, serving as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District Levee Program Manager and previously as a Geotechnical Engineer for the Geotech and Structural Engineering Section. He was responsible for leading teams of engineers in forensic analysis of flood wall and levee failures, evaluating flood risk management infrastructure condition and performance along with managing multi-disciplinary teams planning flood risk management infrastructure projects. Prior to his time at the Corp, Scott was an equipment operator for Leimer Brothers Construction where he gained invaluable, hands-on experience as a construction contractor, performing duties such as material estimating, scheduling, cost management, site characterization, and general land surveying. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University.