NEBB building enclosure testing seminar
NEBB's seminar on Building Enclosure Testing (BET) will be held Sept. 9 to 11 at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in Washington, D.C.
NEBB's seminar on Building Enclosure Testing (BET) will be held Sept. 9 to 11, 2013, at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in Washington, D.C. Registration deadline is Aug. 30, 2013.
NEBB's theme is Performance Delivering Professionals. The seminar will provide the attendees with an introduction to Building Enclosure Testing concepts including discussions of environmental safety enclosures, such as air barrier enclosures, and review of the various testing methods that are currently being specified. The seminar will conclude with a session on trouble shooting air barrier leakage issues and problem resolution.
Instructors are members of NEBB's BET Committee. They have a combined industry experience of 100-plus years. Committee members are: Bill Neudorfer, Jim Bochat, Phil Emory, Rodney Hinton, and Stan Fleischer.
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