These seminars will provide up-to-date building science information about material selection and how to apply building science principles to construct resilient, durable, energy efficient and healthy buildings.
Construction professionals specify materials every day; your decisions affect the environment, our communities, and their health and safety. Harnessing the evolving body of knowledge about the impacts of materials on our communities is integral to improving the science and art of architecture and engineering.
Learning Tracks Covered:
- Applications for wood and concrete structural and enclosure systems.
- State-of-the-art expertise on choosing the right material for the project.
- Applying building science principles to construct resilient, durable, long-lasting, healthy and energy-efficient buildings.
Date: February 16 (Victoria), February 17 (Vancouver), February 18 (Kelowna) from 10am-2pm (lunch provided)
Cost: $139 + tax per seminar; $99 + tax per seminar for CaGBC members and SABMag subscribers (promo code: sustainability)
CES participants may self-report educational activities in accordance with the rules in AIBC Bulletin 80, Mandatory Continuing Education System (CES) Rules and Guidelines. Please refer to Bulletin 80 for further information.