San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Sustainability, as defined by the AIA, includes resource-efficient construction and use processes, significant reduction of environmental impact and waste, and the protection of occupant health and productivity. This program is designed to help attendees learn how to design masonry cavity wall building envelopes that not only meet all these standards, but also help preserve or enhance the beauty of the building’s design.
At the end of this program, participants will be able to:
- List and understand the AIA’s characteristics of sustainable design
- Define the characteristics of a sustainable masonry cavity wall building envelope
- Explain and avoid poor masonry cavity wall envelope design and detailing
- Define and specify appropriate materials for sustainable masonry cavity walls
Presented by Steven Fechino, Mortar Net Solutions, Engineering & Construction Manager.
11:30 am – 11:55 pm Check-in & Seating
11:55 am – 1:00 pm Seminar & Lunch
The cost to attend this seminar is free, however, registration is required. Lunch is provided by Mortar Net Solutions.
Preferred, general admission tickets for the main classroom are limited availability to the first professionals who reserve their tickets online. We will then offer a limited number of overflow seating tickets for an on-site remote classroom connected via webinar. Remote webinar viewing is not available at this time.
This program meets state of Illinois and AIA/CES requirements for continuing education, and qualifies for 1.0 Learning Unit.
When & Where
International Masonry Institute
IMI is a non-profit organization that delivers education and technical programs to the design and construction community on behalf of BAC contractors and craftworkers.