FREE CSI Webinar :
Sustainable Building Envelopes (5/16/18)
Sustainable Building Envelopes
CSI Learning Level:
- Academia Professionals
- Property Managers
- Contract Administrators
- Facility Managers
- Cost Estimator
- Product/Manufacturer Reps
- Project Managers
- Landscape Architects
- CAD Operators
David Weidl & James Bush
This course will explore the many ways that metal building
envelope components can contribute to a sustainable and healthy
building. Incorporating the use of a variety of metal panel
products can help to save on energy costs, and even improve indoor
environmental quality with the use of a transpired solar collector
wall panel system. Metal panels perform extremely well with minimal
maintenance and will last a very long time, so they do not need to
be replaced as often as some other types of materials. Some of the
panels are made of metals that have recycled content and all panels
are fully recyclable at the end of their service life, making them
friendly to the environment.
- Learn how metal walls can use sunlight to provide the building
with solar air heating.
- Discover how metal cladding on roofs and walls can contribute
to green building objectives, including LEED certification.
- Explore cutting edge cool roof technologies, including UV
reflective pigments and above sheathing ventilation.
- Understand how metal roofing can provide a solar ready platform
for photovoltaic systems.
Credit: 1.0 AIA HSW/LU credit. This session has
also been reviewed by GBCI and participants may self-report
attendance to earn 1.0 GBCI General CE Hour.
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