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Innovative Cement Board Applications with Continuous Insulation
Provides an overview of cement boards and their use in exterior applications. The program is focused on Cement Board Stucco Systems (CBSS) and Cement Board Masonry Veneer (CBMV) systems using Continuous Insulation as an option to meet the International Energy Conservation Code requirements. The program reviews CBSS and CBMV components, details and performance benefits for occupant comfort.
Read more: November Virtual Technical Lunch
Modern Simulation Tools in Building Science and their Application
Description: Today's building enclosures are more energy efficient than decades ago, mainly due to a higher level of insulation and air tightness requirements; however, the downside is an increased risk of moisture problems with potential structural failure and unhealthy indoor air quality.
Read more: October 15 Online Chapter Meeting
Don't Lose Your R Over the Z
This course defines and explains building science behind the code for the four control layers of the building envelope: water, air, thermal, and vapor. Participants will then explore typical design principles as well as alternative system assembly approaches to exterior wall design. In addition, presentation covers common attachment strategies for various types of claddings, including masonry, rainscreen veneers, and applied/adhered veneers.
Read more: October 1 Virtual Technical Lunch
Awards Banquet & BINGO
Join us Thursday September 10th for our annual Awards Banquet followed by a BINGO game!
No RED carpet this year to pose for the paparazzi, but you can enjoy this event from the comfort of your home wearing a tuxedo or pajamas.
Regardless of attire you'll have the same odds of winning the $100 gift card sponsored by gcp applied technologies
during our BINGO
We'll update you on plans for this Fall, honor outstanding members of the Chapter with awards and cap off the evening with a BINGO game where you'll have the chance to win a $100 gift card!
Safety Standards for Automated Vehicular Gate Design
The purpose of this course is to train architects, engineers, designers, specifiers & owners on the UL 325 and ASTM F2200 Safety Standards related to design, construction and installation methods of automated vehicular access points.
Read more: September 3 Virtual Technical Lunch
Job Site Technology
On June 11 CSI Dallas held a virtual chapter meeting. Keith Cox with Synnex Corporation presented on the topic "Trends in Job Site Technology". The presentation was was recorder and can be watched using the link below.