Air and Moisture Control in Commercial Buildings
Laverne Dalgleish, Executive Director of the Air Barrier Association of America, and Andrew Dunlap, Principal & Building Technology Studio Leader with SmithGroup, Inc., will lead four sessions over the course of the day describing how to incorporate effective air barriers in nonresidential and multifamily buildings. An air barrier is key to building a safe, healthy, durable, comfortable, and energy-efficient building. Limiting infiltration of air into wall and roof assemblies is key to moisture management. More energy-efficient construction increases the importance of an air barrier because greater levels of insulation increase the chance that warm moisture-laden air will contact a cool surface inside a wall or roof assembly with water condensation the result. Learn ways to manage moisture by limiting air infiltration and creating building assemblies that permit drying when condensation does occur.
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*The four presentations for this event are independently available via simulcast if you’re unable to attend in person.
The four simulcast presentations in this daylong event requires a separate registration beforehand and will require a separate log-in. If you register for more than one simulcast, please remember that after one presentation ends you will need to log in again using the information provided for the next simulcast. Click on the links below to register for the internet classes.
Wed 10/16/19, 9:00 am – 10:15 am: Air and Moisture Control in Commercial Buildings – Oh No! What Did I Miss? How to Properly Specify an Air Barrier System
Wed 10/16/19, 10:30 am – 12:00 pm: Air and Moisture Control in Commercial Buildings – “By Others” – The Elusive Sub Contractor Responsible for Transitions
Wed 10/16/19, 1:00 pm – 2:15 pm: Air and Moisture Control in Commercial Buildings – New Tools To Help Drive Decisions In Your Air Barrier Specification