Date: March 20, 2023 | Time: 5:00pm-6:00pm - 1 AIA Health, Safety, Welfare (HSW) Credit
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE VENUE HAS CHANGED TO SME’s PLYMOUTH LOCATION.
1 Health, Safety, Welfare (HSW) AIA Continuing Education unit will be provided by AIA Detroit
DESCRIPTION: Share experiences from a glazing contractor’s perspective related to steel-framed curtainwall facades. We will share information related to thermal performance, water management, installation, and reactions to building structure.
- Attendees will understand the thermal implications of steel-framed curtain wall systems and how these systems can be designed to meet current energy codes.
- Attendees will understand the water management strategies for steel-framed curtain wall systems and how they differ from traditional aluminum curtain wall systems.
- Attendees will understand common coordination requirements for the design and installation of steel-framed curtain wall systems using case study examples.
- Attendees will understand the affects from wind and gravity loads on the curtain wall system and understand how the curtain wall affects the structure of the building it is installed on.
Preconstruction Manager | National Enclosure Company, LLC
Bachelor’s degree, construction management major from Eastern Michigan University. 17 years of experience within the glazing industry from project management, estimating, and preconstruction. Expertise in providing unique façade systems while offering budget feedback early in the design process.
Vice President | National Enclosure Company, LLC
Bachelor’s degree, construction management from Eastern Michigan University. 15- years in glazing industry, with 25-years in specialty façade contracting overall. Involved with multiple complex or unique facades throughout career.