This course looks at the evolution of barriers and provides in-depth discussion of the latest barrier systems, their testing methods and the outcomes, which include better sustainability and higher levels of occupant comfort, health and safety. Read More
This presentation will discuss the role of the quality assurance audits, and point out what to look for when doing site observation and quality control. It will also provide real life examples that can help you identify installation issues on your project, what caused them, and what corrective action can be taken.
We will review the importance of the roof in this unique construction assembly, the primary control layers and how design and construction of details can impact the functionality and energy efficiency of the building for the lifetime of the roof system.
Participants will learn about the principles outlined in the ASTM Standard Guide D7877 and ASTM Standard Practice D8231 and will be able to identify which assemblies are compatible with electronic testing and active monitoring.
On Demand The course will explore case studies from failure to remediation, including successful projects utilizing the new innovative all-in-one drainage matrix and weather-resistive air barrier technology.
On Demand The intent of this course is to discuss the interconnectedness and interrelations of roof strategies that can help minimize whole life building carbon emissions while, at the same time, improve long-term performance, durability, and resiliency by using overburden systems to alleviate the community burden of climate change.
The Time is Now for Non-Residential Energy Conservation
This webinar looks at the current state of building envelope analysis and helps identify the first step towards an effective decarbonization strategy for building owners and operators. We'll conclude with a case study to illustrate the need and simplicity of the first step.
On Demand In this webinar we will explore the use of cold-formed steel assemblies in mid-rise construction. It is intended to provide instruction on the capacity of cold-formed steel framed assemblies in both structural and non-structural applications found in mid-rise buildings.