Developing Trends in High-Performance Building Envelopes

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Webinar On-Demand
Sponsored by Duro-Last®, Inc., Larsen Products Corp., MBCI, Owens Corning, SOPREMA, Inc., and Versico Roofing Systems
Presented by Daniel Overbey

Learning Objectives:

  1. Recognize the significance of building enclosures and identify the basic damage functions of any building envelope assembly.
  2. Identify multiple types of emerging building envelope products and technologies, and explain their potential advantages.
  3. Assess the performance aspects of the building envelope, and explain the role and benefits of design performance modeling and life-cycle assessment (LCA) modeling.
  4. Explain the basics of Building Enclosure Commissioning (BECx) and the potential benefits of engaging such services on a project.


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In this webinar, attendees will be introduced to a variety of emerging trends, product types and processes related to the design and construction of high-performance building envelopes. The course will build off of a basic knowledge of building envelope design and construction, and will introduce attendees to innovative technologies and products, design performance modeling tools and building envelope commissioning. Though this webinar will discuss emerging trends and innovations, the presentation is focused on market-ready building envelope solutions.

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Photo courtesy of Douglas Adams Photography and Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf

Daniel Overbey Daniel Overbey, AIA, LEED AP (BD+C, ID+C, O+M), WELL AP, is the Director of Sustainability for Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf in Indianapolis. His work focuses on high-performance building design and construction, environmental systems research, LEED- and WELL-related services, energy modeling, and evidence-based design. Daniel is a building science educator at Ball State University and the Boston Architectural College. He has published and has presented on high-performance design and energy modeling in a variety of national forums.