Dr. Craig DeWitt
Dr. DeWitt's services are available nationally and internationally.
Specializing in building systems and indoor environmental issues in modern and historic residential and light commercial structures.
Principal, RLC Engineering, LLC. Provide consulting and training on indoor environments and building systems.
Lecturer/Program Manager SC Institute for Energy Studies at Clemson University, Clemson, SC.
Responsible for building systems program area. Involved with research, development, deployment and outreach involving energy, indoor environments, material and techniques as related to housing and commercial building systems, with an emphasis on wood and wood framed structures.
Responsible for preparation and presentation of outreach seminars and programs to building professionals, owners and occupants.
Research Associate/Assistant Professor and Extension Housing Engineer
Agricultural & Biological Engineering Department, Clemson University Responsible for research and outreach in aspects of radon, indoor air quality, ventilation, energy use, construction techniques and materials in housing and light commercial buildings, as influenced by buildings as systems.
Principal Investigator of $2.6 million EPA-funded Indoor Environments program.
Systems Programmer & Manager of Consulting and Technical Services, Division of Computing & Information Technology, Clemson University.
Responsible for education, consulting and technical support services for Clemson's various computer systems by users in the Colleges of Engineering and Agriculture. Involved with support and development of a statewide Extension Service information system.
Laborer, carpenter, foreman, owner/partner. Involved with construction, remodeling, supervising construction crews, cost and material estimating, payrolls, and all other aspects of residential and light commercial construction. Also involved with construction consulting, structural inspections, moisture engineering and environmental evaluations.
Ph.D., Agricultural Engineering, Clemson University, 1993 – Emphasis on wood-frame residential structures and environments
M.S., Agricultural Engineering, Clemson University, 1983 B.S., Botany, Clemson University, 1976
Professional Licenses and Registration:
Professional Engineer, South Carolina, North Carolina Licensed Residential Builder, South Carolina
Affiliations and Memberships:
Research and Information, Vol 20 #3, 1992, pp 166-170. (invited)
"Spray-in-place polyurethane foam and warm, humid climates”,
"Winter Moisture Issues”,
"Termites and Sealed Crawl Spaces”
Authored section of training program for NAHB’s Certified Graduate Builders program Updated SCERDC’s Energy Efficient Manufactured Housing booklet
Sealed Crawl Space Specs
The Fallacies of Venting Crawl Spaces
Wood Moisture Content
Moisture and Hardwood Floors
MAD Wood – Moisture and Air Dynamics of Wood
Mold and Rot Locator
Relative Humidity Calculator
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