RCI Western Canada - Wall Assemblies and Sloped Roofs Half Day Seminar
October 20, 2015 | Blog
Join InterCoast Building Solutions on Thursday, October 22nd as we attend RCI Western Canada's Half Day Seminar on Wall Assemblies and Sloped Roofs.
Highlights of this event include:
"R22 Wall Assemblies and Basic Building Science Principles" by Lorne Ricketts, MASc, EIT, RDH Building Engineer
- The R22 level of thermal performance is required by the Vancouver Building By-Law. Lorne will discuss the various assemblies which comply with this requirement without compromising other aspects of building enclosure performance such as moisture management, air leakage and durability.
"Sloped Roof Design in High Snow Load Climates" by Luke King, M.Eng, EIT, RDH Building Engineering
- Luke King along with Marcus Dell have reviewed numerous sloped roof projects in high snow load climates. There are numerous considerations which are commonly overlooked during the design of sloped roof assemblies in high snow load climates. Several case studies will be presented by Luke and potential solutions discussed.
Enjoy Breakfast & Lunch with the speakers and participants
This half day event, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., will be held at Vancouver’s Italian Culture Centre (3075 Slocan Street). You can register for the event, which qualifies for 3 CEHs learning units, online at www.rciwesterncanada.org or by calling 604-317-6006.
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