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Karl Fippinger, Vice President, Fire and Disaster Mitigation at the ICC joins us to discuss his role on the FEMA Mitigation Assessment Team as they evaluate building performance in areas that were affected by Hurricane Ian. Listen as he discusses how codes can protect infrastructure from natural disasters.
Jason Dries Daffner, principal and chief operating officer with MBH architects, sat down with us to talk about his experience with eco-friendly design strategies, and how MBH has implemented these strategies and sustainable design solutions to combat severe weather.
Angie Ogino, Senior Technical Services Leader at Owens Corning, joins us to talk about how architects are managing the trend toward more vision glass. She also goes over how increased vision glass is influencing the height of where fire containment systems can be installed.
Mikael Kuronen, Director of Product Management for Georgia-Pacific Gypsum, discusses the company’s new eBook "Designing for Extreme Weather." Listen as he talks about this resource and why it's important when specifying a resilient roof system.
Steve Burns, founder of The Well-Designed Firm, a business consultancy helping A&E firms excel, sat down with us to discuss his upcoming webinar, “The 60-Minute MBA for Architects.” Listen in as he describes how BQE’s software works, and how it drives growth for architects.
Ari Aufgang, Principal of Aufgang a firm specializing in affordable and supportive housing in NYC joined us to discuss his experience with creating supportive and inclusive housing, some challenges he’s faced, and lessons he has learned along the way.
Ken Gentert, Co-founder and Vice President of Materials at KOVA, joins us to discuss the benefits of offsite construction and why businesses should consider making the transition. Listen in as Ken discusses the new interest in offsite construction and how this concept helps design teams.