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Design Considerations for a Resilient, Sustainable and Cost-Effective Facade Solution

Designing and constructing the building envelope has always been one of the most challenging aspects of any building construction project. And today, new buildings need to be more resilient, sustainable, and cost-effective than ever – given the demands the envelope must meet or exceed, achieving the aesthetic vision becomes secondary. This course will focus on how to take advantage of pre-engineered envelope systems to reduce project risk while achieving its aesthetic goals and exploring design options and materials that are cost prohibitive or not constructible with other facade solutions. During the webinar we will hear from Michael Bulander of HED, on how he and his team designed a kinetic facade utilizing a prefabricated solution.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Achieve design intent through prefabrication.
  • Approach prefabrication as a strategy from the project’s conception.
  • Meet schedule and budget certainty.
  • Leverage prefabrication for a safer job site, reduced site impacts with a higher quality product.
  • Michael Bulander AIA, LEED AP BD+C
    Principal
    HED
  • Dan Stenzel
    Product Manager
    Wells
  • Doug Bevier
    Product Manager
    Clark Pacific
  • Samuel Medina
    Moderator/Executive Editor
    The Architect's Newspaper

DATE

Feb 22

TIME

1:00 pm in Eastern Time

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