Building Enclosure University courses are an easy and convenient way for architects, designers, engineers and building managers who specify in wall assemblies, roofing system materials, and high energy-efficient building system methods and products, to stay on top of the latest industry information. Courses are offered almost every month, allowing you to earn continuing education credits from the convenience of your own office.
*Each platform will offer 1.0 AIA LU/HSW, and 1 GBCI CE Hour. Hear from experts in the field and participate in a live Q&A session with attendee-submitted questions. Each event is also archived for one year, so if you miss an educational session live, you can play back the scheduled broadcast anytime you like!
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February 28, 2017 at 2:00 PM EDT
Credits: 1 AIA LU/HSW, 0.1 IACET CEU; 1 RCI CEH
This webinar will provide the participants with a thorough guide to roofing forensics test methods. Discussion will be focused on proper material testing to determine the existing condition and remaining service life of existing roof systems. Test methods and equipment required for on-site forensics - including moisture analysis - will reviewed. The presentation will also provide highlight the most common ASTM tests required for roof material testing.
Presented by: John A D'Annunzio
John A. D'Annunzio is President of Paragon Roofing Technology, Inc. A building exterior testing and consulting firm that he founded in 1991. Mr. D'Annunzio is the author of five books on roofing and waterproofing testing and technology. He has authored hundreds of articles relating to roofing and waterproofing technology and has been published in all of the leading industry publications.
Sponsored by: Duro-Last Inc., Versico and Johns Manville
This article discusses continuous insulation and its integration with codes and standards, as well as commonly used continuous insulation products based on material properties such as thermal performance, fire resistance, UV resistance and moisture resistance.
This article highlights the features of the Polk Penguin Conservation Center, a high-performance, sustainable habitat at the Detroit Zoo. Learn about passive design elements that limit solar heat gain and other factors in designing a high-performance building enclosure.
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The Designer's Guide to Roof Systems: An Examination of Current Roofing Materials, Systems and Applications