Wednesday, January 17, 2018

11:30 am – 11:55 pm Check-in & Seating
11:55 am – 1:00 pm Seminar & Lunch

*Join us immediately following the seminar for a meeting of the Building Enclosure Council (BEC) from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.*


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, January 10, 2018    


Through-Wall Flashing Compatibility, Sustainability and Performance
Understand the performance characteristics, the recycled/recyclable content, the ability to survive installation, and life cycle costs of the different through-wall flashing materials.
York Flashing presents an AIA accredited seminar* which will discuss the composition, costs, installation, and performance characteristics of each type of flashing.

Topics Covered:

  • Learn about the composition of each type of flashing and their effects on sustainability and life cycle costs
  • Have a better understanding of how to specify through-wall flashings and avoid compatibility issues
  • Understand the performance characteristics different types of commonly used cavity wall materials and how to create a resilient flashing system.
  • Recognize necessary accessories and challenges of installation


Meagan Elfert CSI, CDT, LEED Green Associate
Regional Sales Manager
York Flashings

Meagan is currently active in the local CSI and USGBC chapters and serves as a Director on the board of the Baltimore CSI Chapter. She is the Eastern Region Sales Manager for York and has been part of the York team for over three years.

Meagan gives presentations on flashing compatibility, sustainability, and performance to architectural, engineering, and consulting firms across the country. She assists in overseeing and managing York’s independent representatives across the Eastern USA. Meagan also provides trainings for masonry contractors and performs job site visits to ensure best flashing installation.

Meagan is dedicated to enhancing the building envelope by focusing on flashings that are affordable and last the life of the building to give the industry materials that match the test of time.

Meagan earned her Master’s Degree in Management and Bachelor’s in Psychology from McDaniel College. Prior to working in the construction industry, she worked as a Human Resources director at a non-profit agency.


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.

Thank You

For more information contact Mark Swanson at (612) 332-2214 or

Continuing Education

Continuing_EducationThis program meets AIA/CES criteria for 1 LU/HSW learning units, which will be reported directly to AIA.