Wednesday, October 10th
10:00am EST (2 hours)
Who Should Attend?
MANUFACTURERS of Gunnable Sealants
“Sustainability Challenges, a Manufacturers Perspective”
Explore sustainability from the perspective of the manufacturer including standard terminology, manufacturer identified attributes of sustainability and regulatory code/system properties. Attendees will gain valuable perspective on the challenges that manufacturers face in meeting contradicting values when it comes to sustainability and the changes the sealants industry needs to thrive in a new, sustainable world.
SPECIFICERS of Gunnable Sealants
“Project Materials Evaluation, LEED and Specifications”
Explore sustainability from the perspective of the architectural specifier. Market drivers influencing sustainable design, product certifications and Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs), from a material evaluation and specification perspective (including proposed LEEDv4 Credits regarding supplier declarations). Review the anatomy of a CSI 3 Part specification and the related sub-contractors responsibilities.
CONTRACTORS/USERS of Gunnable Sealants
“Implementation Challenges in the B&C Industry, an End User Perspective ”
Explore the real world issues that affect the execution of sustainability efforts at the installer/contractor level and the forces acting upon the end user, which can often overshadow the intent and purpose of sustainable construction practices. The many challenges faced by the end user are discussed and how other stakeholders can help end users succeed in executing high performance building projects.
When: Wednesday, October 10th from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Cost: $219 for Members of ASC, ASTM, CSI and SWRI
$219 for End Users
$279 for Non Members