Low and Steep-Sloped Roofing and the Building Envelope
Now offered in two locations:
SAN FRANCISCO, CA Monday, March 2, 200 Pacific Energy Center 851 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 (415) 973-2277
SAN DIEGO, CA Tuesday, March 3, 2009 Holiday Inn on the Bay 1355 N. Harbor Drive San Diego, CA 92101 (800) 877-8920
Roofing, Waterproofing and the Building Envelope
The focus of this portion of the program will be on new requirements involving the inclusion of roofing for residential and certain institutional entities and the new requirements for sloped roofing, shingles, tiles and metal panels. Both of these areas where previously excluded from Title 24 Cool Roof requirements. The last topic for Title 24 Cool Roofs, will be the 3 year progress updates on how the reflectivity of Cool Roofs has played out in the field and how it will impact any revised requirements. Speakers: John A. Goveia, President of Pacific Building Consultants, Inc. and Philip D. Dregger PE RRC FRCI, President of Technical Roof Services, Inc.
This program will also provide an overview the current ’05 T-24 California Energy Efficiency Standards impacting nonresidential buildings with ’09 energy code changes to watch for that impact a nonresidential building’s envelope, particularly energy issues for both new and existing roofs. The seminar will include a current standards overview of relative building energy impacts for a generic building’s roof R-value options and “Cool” roof initial reflectance and initial emittance specifications, and how those overall building energy budget impacts might effect how proactively you approach building energy features upgrade options with roofing performance improvements. Speaker: Ken Miller, President, Energy Compliance Systems, Inc.
Continuing Education Credits
Continuing Educational Hours (CEHs) from RCI
Learning Units (LUs) from the American Institute of Architects