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Aluminum Extrusions High Performance Building Envelopes: Still the Answer

Earn 1 AIA LU.

This program will explore the challenges in designing contemporary building envelopes. Potential conflicts in simultaneous objectives of achieving aesthetics, energy efficiency, sustainability, longevity, and occupant health and safety will be discussed. In addition, how best to assess the energy efficiency of alternative window/window wall configurations will be reviewed. Advances in thermal barrier materials and extrusion profile design – in conjunction with energy efficient glazing – will be shown, illustrating how these systems can provide window and curtain wall designs that meet or exceed more demanding energy codes while providing the daylighting and minimal sightlines that users and designers desire.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify current challenges in designing high-performance building envelopes
  • Assess alternative framing materials
  • Understand how contemporary thermal management technologies can meet increasingly demanding energy codes
  • Utilize aluminum-extrusion-based windows and curtain wall to meet often conflicting project requirements
  • Jerry Schwabauer
    Vice President of Sales and Marketing
    AZON USA
  • Scott Condreay
    Architectural Engineering Manager
    Hydro Extrusion North America
  • Samuel Medina
    Executive Editor/Moderator
    The Architect's Newspaper

DATE

Oct 29

TIME

1:00 pm in Eastern Time

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