Pushing the Building Envelope
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Pushing the Building Envelope 2016

September 27, 2016


Hershey Country Club

Picard Pavilion
1000 E. Derry Road
Hershey, Pennsylvania 17033
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

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Please be our guest for the second annual Pushing the Building Envelope Seminar.

At this full-day educational event, you will enjoy informative presentations, a demonstration of emerging technologies, and a mini trade show spotlighting the RPM family of companies. A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.  There is no cost to attend, but an RSVP is required.

HS&W Learning Units will be offered. 

Topics to be presented are:

Key Note Presentation: If These Walls Could Talk –Preventing and Resolving Building Envelope Performance Problems.
Francis Conlin, PE, BECx
High Performance Building Solutions
This presentation will review the history and recent developments of building envelope systems, and will bring a hands-on perspective about how to resolve and prevent envelope failures. A series of both existing building and new high performance building envelope problem case studies will be analyzed. Learn techniques and share Conlin’s passion and for making problem buildings behave.

TRM037: How to Recover an Existing Sloped Roof Using a Structural Standing Seam Roof System
Charlie Smith
McElroy Metals
This course is a discussion about the many benefits of a recover solution for existing sloped roofs with structural standing seam roof. It covers the different types of roofs that can be recovered, how to design a system to avoid common pitfalls, and the economic benefits of a structural standing seam recovery roof.

TRM035: Roof Recycling and Landfill Diversion
Joanne Rodriguez, CSI, CDT, LEED AP
Director, Sustainable & Strategic Initiatives, Tremco Incorporated
Over eight million tons of roofing tear-off waste is dumped in the US landfills each year. Most major metropolitan areas now have mandatory recycling of construction and demolition waste. Corporations are increasingly moving towards building designs that include recyclable, or zero –waste materials for maintenance items such as roofing. This presentation will assist designers in navigating zero landfill and recycling projects for new construction and retrofit commercial roofing systems.
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