Wednesday, September 20, 2017
11:30 am – 11:55 pm Check-in & Seating
11:55 am – 1:00 pm Seminar & Lunch
BAC Training Center
5420 International Parkway
New Hope, MN 55428
While the seminar and lunch are free, registration (on the right) is required.
Space is limited, please register by Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Behind the Brick: Critical Interfaces in a Masonry Wall
The single largest issue in masonry wall design is the compatibility of various products that must work together to achieve the desired results. This can include air barrier systems, thru-wall flashings, and reinforcement/anchoring systems.
Hohmann & Barnard presents an AIA accredited seminar which will discuss the importance of sourcing all materials from a single supplier as well as designating a single contractor to ensure compatibility of all building processes.
• Air/Vapor barrier basics
o Applications – fluid applied vs. sheet applied products
o Permeable vs. Non-permeable
• Using anchoring systems successfully with air & vapor barriers
• Advantages/Disadvantages and compatibility of various flashing materials
• Limiting Mold Problems with Moisture Management Systems
• Air ventilation within the cavity
Jeremy Douglas, CSI, CCPR
Director of Architectural Service
Hohmann & Barnard
Jeremy Douglas, CSI, CCPR, is the Director of Architectural Services at Hohmann & Barnard, where he has operated as the primary technical resource to the Building Envelope Design community for nearly 20 years. In this role he works with Architects, Structural Engineers, and Building Envelope Consultants as an educational resource and is also a national speaker and writer on the subject of high-performance masonry wall design. Jeremy is a Director on the New York City CSI Chapter’s Board and currently serves on 2 Committees in The Masonry Society’s TMS-402 code council.
While this seminar will be geared towards architects, engineers, construction managers, owners, general contractors, BAC signatory contractors, and anyone interested in masonry is also welcome to join.
For more information contact Mark Swanson at (612) 332-2214 or [email protected]
This program meets AIA/CES criteria for 1 LU/HSW learning units, which will be reported directly to AIA.