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.
Awards Banquet & BINGO
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.
Industry Roundtable - Cost Certainty in an Uncertain Time
On May 14 the Dallas Chapter meeting as held virtually. The presentation was a very timely discussion about the upcoming uncertainty due the coronavirus and the impact on the design and construction industry. The panel consisted of 6 industry professionals.
Job Site Technology
There are many new technologies that are starting to show up on construction sites. Some of the technologies will help the the GC manage the project safer and more efficiently. Some can be used by those working at the site to allow them to do their jobs more accurately and quickly.