Free RDH Seminar: Lessons Learned from the “Wet Coast” in Around Town

September 30, 2021

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RDH Building Science Ltd. is presenting a new seminar on building enclosure failures with wood-frame multi-unit construction. The seminar aims to remind participants of the building enclosure failures that led to unprecedented changes in the wood-frame multi-unit residential building sector.

RDH Building Science is offering a free webinar on enclosure failures with wood-frame buildings and lessons learned on the “Wet Coast”

The presentation will feature numerous industry publications highlighting the resources available for professionals, trades people, and building owners as they set about designing and constructing or rehabilitating wood-frame multi-unit residential building enclosures.

The presentation will also touch on the guidance available to construct high-performance buildings and the QA/ QC and verification procedures that support achieving both minimum and beyond code minimum performance objectives.

Participants will learn about:

  • The root causes and consequences of multi-unit residential building enclosure failures and what the industry has learned from them.
  • Industry resources and guidelines supporting the design and construction of durable, airtight, and watertight building enclosures for new wood-frame multi-unit residential buildings.
  • Where to find industry resources and guidelines supporting the rehabilitation of wood-frame multi-unit residential building enclosures.
  • The importance of changed mindsets and perspectives on the use of QA/QC processes and confidence testing/verification procedures to achieving desired building enclosure performance outcomes.

This webinar will provide AIA Continuing Education Credits. Once registered, a ticket including your individual Zoom link will be available for download.

When: Thursday September 30, 10 to 11 am Register:

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