Tuesday, May 23 2017
Join the Building Enclosure Council for an afternoon workshop with hands on training for the installation of air and vapor barriers, waterproofing, and the critical tie-in details and transitions between the systems.
A 30-minute classroom session will be followed by 90 minutes of hands on training. Light food and refreshments will be provided. This workshop will be Part 1 of a two-part series of workshops focusing on the detailing of critical components of the exterior wall assembly. Part 1 begins with examining underslab/foundation waterproofing and air/vapor barrier systems on the lower section of exterior walls. The workshop session will compare liquid and sheet applied barriers and illustrate the critical tie-in details between these systems. Part 2 of the workshop will follow on June 8, 2017 at the International Masonry Institute’s National Training Center in Bowie, Maryland. The focus in Part 2 will be on the detailing of critical components of the upper portions of the exterior wall assembly. More details for this event will be released soon.
Organized by: BEC – Baltimore in conjunction with BEC-DC
Presented by: Carlisle Coatings & Waterproofing and RoofPro Inc.
After attending this course, participants will be able to:
1. List the basic components of air/vapor membranes and foundation waterproofing;
2. Describe the typical design, engineering, and performance requirements of installing air/vapor barriers and foundation waterproofing;
3. Explain the typical details associated with the tie-ins of both liquid and sheet air/vapor barriers and foundation waterproofing systems; and
4. Implement the design principles that provide effective barriers for combined water, air, and vapor through the exterior building envelope.