RCI, Inc. And The SWR Institute To Offer Webinar Series

RCI, Inc. And The SWR Institute To Offer Webinar Series

June 29, 2010

Air Barriers: Condensation, Water Intrusion and Energy Efficiency
Raleigh, NC – In July, RCI, Inc. and the Sealant, Waterproofing & Restoration Institute (SWRInstitute) will release the first in a series of several collaborative Webinar programs.
Air Barriers: Condensation, Water Intrusion and Energy Efficiency is a two part Webinar series. Part one will be broadcast Tuesday, July 20, 2010 and part two will be hosted Tuesday, July 27, 2010. Both segments will run from 1:00 – 2:00 PM (EDT).
Air Barriers: Condensation, Water Intrusion and Energy Efficiency will focus on the critical performance of air barrier systems in building envelopes.
Participants will receive one hour of AIA/CES and RCI CEH credit per Webinar.
Moderators for both Web sessions will be David Boyer of PROSOCO, Inc. and Kami Farahmandpour of Building Technology Consultants, PC.
A strategic alliance between RCI and SWRInstitute furthers the goals of both organizations – to promote standards for those involved with sealants, waterproofing, building exteriors and restoration.
For more information regarding specific content and registration for these programs, visit: http://www.swrionline.org/program/Webinar.asp.
RCI and SWRInstitute have begun collectively developing educational documents and programs for sealant, waterproofing, building exterior, and restoration practitioners. For more information on these professional groups, visit: http://www.rci-online.org and http://www.swrionline.org.
SOURCE: SWRInstitute and RCI, Inc.

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