On Demand Topics covered will include reflective roofing and rooftop overburden, such as solar and amenity spaces, that can provide additional energy generation, learning spaces for students, and how to design and build resilient and durable roofing solutions.
On-Demand: This course will cover why building movement joints are needed, the differences between various types of joints, how expansion joints should provide continuity of the air and water control layers, as well as samples of what failures can occur.
On-Demand: Attendees will learn best practices for creating an effective blindside waterproofing installation to avoid building leaks that can lead to indoor air quality contamination, mold, and early building decay or even structural failure.
On-Demand: This course examines the wood and brick aesthetic of resin cast shapes and demonstrates their sustainability and performance qualities. They are durable, lightweight, easy to install, and contribute to a continuous building envelope.
On-Demand: This course reviews building codes and standards regarding how to meet the continuous insulation requirements in steel stud building envelope designs, the benefits of using polyisocyanurate insulation in wall assemblies and how to specify it to meet these requirements for optimal energy performance and design efficiency.
On-Demand: This presentation will provide an introduction to the building science of these key four phenomena of building physics, the mechanism for how they work, and strategies for controlling their transport in assemblies.