BUILDING SCIENCE EVENT
We would like to invite you to a special Building Science Event where we will explore two essential topics that are often overlooked in building design: Principles of Acoustics and Addressing Thermal Bridging in Exterior Wall Assemblies.
The first 1-hour session will cover the principles of acoustics and the importance of acoustical performance in building design. We will discuss the latest trends and techniques in building acoustics, including noise reduction, sound insulation, and soundproofing. Our speaker will share their knowledge and experience in designing buildings that provide superior acoustical performance, ensuring that occupants can enjoy a quiet and peaceful environment.
The second 1-hour session will focus on addressing thermal bridging in exterior wall assemblies. We will discuss the negative impact that thermal bridging can have on a building’s energy efficiency, and explore the latest solutions
to this problem. Our speaker will showcase the benefits of using high-performance insulation materials such as Owens Corning® Thermafiber® Mineral Wool, FOAMULAR® NGX™, and PINK NEXT GEN™ FIBERGLAS®, and how they can help to minimize thermal bridging, reduce energy
consumption and lower heating and cooling costs.
Event Date: Wednesday, May 31st
Time: 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM (Lunch will be provided)
Hosted by Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT)
1301-16 Avenue NW
Calgary, Alberta T2M 0L4
Tech Hall — CA 415 Aldred Building
RSVP: Register by Wednesday, May 17th — Space is Limited!
Certificates will be provided for 2 hours of Professional Development (PD) units for AAA.
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