Speaker: Shawn McIsaac (formerly with RDH Building Science, Inc.)
11:30-11:45 AM: Networking & Lunch
11:45-12:00 PM: SeaBEC Business & Announcements
12:00 PM-1:00 PM: Speaker presentation, New Zealand Building Envelope Issues
This presentation is pending approval for 1 hour of AIA continuing education credits.
Refreshments: Dan Scherber with GCP Appllied Technologies
Last Modified: May 14, 2018
Join this interactive panel discussion about General Conditions, organized by the AGC Oregon Specialty Contractors Council. This session earns two credit hours for your State of Oregon, Construction Contractors Board (CCB) licensing requirements.
Success EDU Session Speakers
AGC Communication Series
- What is a general condition, and why do I need to know about it
- I thought those things were just for the General Contractor (GC)
- Who to call and what to ask
- How to read it, and how to know for what I will be held responsible.
Last Modified: May 19, 2018
Speaker: Tonia Sorrel-Neal, Executive Director of the Masonry Institute of Washington
11:30-11:45 AM: Lunch & SeaBEC Business/Announcement
11:45 AM-1:00 PM: Speaker presentation, Masonry Systems – It’s Not a Traditional Wall Anymore
Masonry Systems – It’s Not a Traditional Wall Anymore
Masonry projects are a time-honored tradition in the Puget Sound market, with new projects going up from Everett, WA to Vancouver, BC. Masonry systems questions include:
- Why exactly do so many developer, school districts, and private owners prefer masonry products?
- What are all the varied options of masonry?
- How many local manufacturers are there?
- How does masonry help us meet so many sustainability goals and LEED points?
- How does it compare to wood, steel and concrete?
- Can I get one masonry contractor to do all of the facade elements such as waterproofing, insulation requirements, and tie options?
- What are the fire ratings for masonry wall systems?
- What is thermal mass?
- How does it help energy use, and does reinforced masonry systems really stand up to severe earthquakes?
- How should I be writing those masonry specifications?
Come learn more about masonry from masonry wall system experts at the Masonry Institute of Washington and get a chance to have your questions answered.
This presentation is pending 1 hour of AIA continuing education credits.
Refreshments: Joesph Joslin, Business Development Leader-West – Owens Corning
Last Modified: April 22, 2018
Attendees of our meetings are able to get continuing education credit from The American Institute of Architects.