This course is approved by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) for  GBCI CE Hours towards the LEED Credential Maintenance Program and approved by AIA for 1.0 learning unit.*
Advanced Building Envelope Solutions
A high-performance building envelope is integral to increasing the sustainability of commercial and residential structures—both new construction and retrofit. The results of decades of R&D are now in the marketplace for you to use to enhance energy efficiency, durability and speed of construction while lowering the overall cost of ownership and lessening environmental impact of your project.
Define the role of the building enclosure in sustainable construction and retrofits
Evaluate next-generation insulation materials, air/weather barrier systems, roofing systems, fenestration enhancements, complete wall systems and sustainable concrete formulations
Determine how to lower the overall cost of ownership and lessen environmental impact of your project
Identify emerging technologies, such as organic photovoltaics, phase-change wall board and nanotechnology insulation material
Jack Armstrong, Director, Building + Construction Markets, BASF
Jack Armstrong, Leader Construction Markets for BASF for North America, leads the cross-divisional construction initiative. Jack Armstrong graduated with a degree in chemical engineering from the University of Texas and began working for BASF in 1989. His posts have included Regional Marketing Manager for BASF South America Brazil for Acrylic Functional Polymers, General Manager Polyurethane Systems Belgium and Business Manager for Styropor, North America.
Jack's current duties focus on bundling BASF's high performance building products into integrated systems that result in a whole greater than the sum of its parts... better buildings for a better planet.
Armstrong is often a featured speaker at national sustainable development forums. Areas of specialty include near-zero energy home and commercial building, energy retrofit solutions, carbon reduction strategies, sustainable infrastructure and chemical industry market intelligence.
* Upon successful completion of this course, to qualify for credit, please complete a 10 question quiz after each Webinar. Once completed, click the submit button at the end of the quiz.
AIA:For those who pass the quiz with a score of 80% or higher AND who provide a valid AIA member number, your results will be forwarded to AIA for approval and a certificate of completion will be emailed to you.
USGBC: LEED Professionals may submit their hours to Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) under the “Professional Development/Continuing Education” activity type in “My credentials” at www.gbci.org. For those who pass the quiz with a score of 80%, a certificate of completion will be emailed to you.
To earn other continuing education credits, upon successful completion of this course, please complete a 10 question quiz after each Webinar. Once completed, click the submit button at the end of the quiz. For those who pass the quiz with a score of 80%, a certificate of completion will be emailed to you. Attendees are responsible for self-reporting to their state licensing board.