Credits: 1 AIA LU/HSW; 1 AIBD P-CE; 0.1 IACET CEU
May qualify for learning hours through most Canadian architectural associations
Sturdy, strong, and sustainable metal wall and roof panels are known for their durable and green features. Metal is almost unbeatable among building materials for its recyclable properties, and metal walls and roofs contribute to reduced energy consumption, as their well-known cool roofing properties reflect heat energy and absorb less heat, keeping buildings cooler and reducing air-conditioning costs.
Rob Summers is the Director of Marketing and Sales at Dimensional Metals, Inc. where he oversees Territory Managers across the country as well as DMI’s marketing initiatives. Through his hard work and efforts, he has worked his way up at DMI from a Territory Manager in Missouri to his most recent position. Rob strives to provide a high level of technical knowledge and customer service through his years of experience in his industry.
- Define the primary advantages that metal roofs and walls offer in delivering a long-lasting, energy-efficient building enclosure.
- Identify the predominant aspects of metal roofing systems that make them highly compatible with rooftop solar technologies and life-cycle benefits.
- List key integrated building systems and strategies for maximizing energy and performance savings with metal roofing retrofits.
- Discuss case studies illustrating the sustainability of metal roofing and wall systems.