5.00 HSW learning credits
- 8:00 – 8:30 Sign In & Welcome
- 8:30 – 8:45 Introductions: ABAA
- 8:45 – 10:00 “By Others”: The Elusive Subcontractor Responsible for Transitions Andrew Dunlap 1.25 HSW
- 10:00 – 10:15 Break
- 10:15 – 11:30 Through Wall Flashings Compatibility Sustainability & Performance Craig Wetmore 1.25 HSW
- 11:30 – 12:15 Catered Lunch
- 12:15 – 1:30 Air Barrier Specifications & Quality Assurance Ryan Dalgleish 1.25 HSW
- 1:30 – 1:45 Break
- 1:45 – 3:00 Oh no! What did I miss? How to properly specify an air barrier system Roy Schauffele 1.25 HSW
“By Others” The Elusive Subcontractor Responsible for Transitions Andrew Dunlap
This course will take you through a multitude of details with a review of assembly environmental separators that will show common enclosure assembly discontinuities and provide an education on common system transition methods.
Through-Wall Flashing Compatibility Sustainability and Performance Craig Wetmore
Understanding the performance characteristics, the recycled/recyclable content, ability to survive installation, and life cycle costs of the different through-wall flashing materials.
ABAA Quality Assurance Program & Field Quality Control Ryan Dalgleish
The QAP ties the manufacturer, the contractor and the installer together to ensure that the products are installed properly. It is based on ISO 9000 and ISO 12576‐2 standards. The presentation defines exactly what quality assurance is, how it is different than quality control, the impact of poor quality on a building system and a review of the key components of the quality assurance program for air barriers.
Oh no! What did I miss? How to properly specify an air barrier system Roy Schauffele
Design and Construction documents are one of the first steps towards achieving an effective layer of airtightness to manage moisture and air movement. The importance of a proper specification cannot be understated and a well-articulated document will ensure that the owner is provided with materials, performance and quality. The presentation will review some of the consideration and language that should be reviewed prior to developing a specification and will outline code requirements, performance requirements, what can be done for quality and ensuring material selection meets the intent of design and for crucial coordination with other components of the enclosure.
This event is free to Portland BEC Members. For non-members the cost is $50, which includes membership.
The registration form is here Attendance is limited to 70. All membership information will be verified and non-members will be invoiced.