An AIA accredited technical seminar on the building science of water-resistive vapor permeable air barrier membranes.

Learning Objectives:

  • Technical issues related to uncontrolled air movement vapor diffusion
  • Principles of wall design
  • Functional “build to the design”
  • How air barriers, in-conjunction with vapor permeable membranes, save money

How Taught: CES facilitator utilizes a PowerPoint or slide presentation to provide an in-depth overview on managing moisture with breathable membranes.  This program requires samples, literature and equipment to complete the one hour educational presentation.

A/V Needs: Electrical power, screen and computer projector for the PowerPoint presentation. (The CES facilitator supplies the laptop and laser pointer.)

Target Audience: The recommended audience size should be between 6 & 50+.  The target audience is to Architects, Specifiers, Owners and other Design Professionals in the non-residential market.

Facilitator Qualifications: All  CES facilitators have been trained on CES guidelines and presentation skills. In addition, the facilitators are individuals working within the building science and construction technology industry, representing the Association.

Costs: There is no cost to bring this program into your firm or chapter meeting.

To schedule an AIA Continuing Education Seminar, please call Quinlan at 908.931.1152 or contact us