The goal of the Building Performance Knowledge Community (BPKC) is to promote architects as leaders in the application of technical design for building performance; in the use of high-performance design criteria, codes, and standards; and in programming, designing and managing building performance. To advance, disseminate, and advocate—to the architecture profession, AIA members, building owners, the construction industry, the academy, and the public—design practices that create buildings that are healthy, energy efficient, and durable.
Thermal bridging can have a significant impact on a building envelope's performance-from energy loss to condensation and mildew issues that can lead to long-term damage. This presentation discusses using fluid-applied coatings to minimize thermal bridging in new and existing buildings.
The session will address key areas of concern that can utilize fluid-applied coatings without altering the structural design elements of the building while saving time and money.
Date: August 15th, 2019 at 12 noon ET.
This course is sponsored by TnemecLearn more and register >