Credits: 1 AIA LU/HSW; 1 AIBD P-CE; 0.1 IACET CEU
May qualify for learning hours through most Canadian architectural associations
Single skin metal siding offers design flexibility and long-lasting performance while contributing to healthier built environments where people work, learn, play, and live. This course provides an overview of material inputs and performance attributes of architectural single skin metal siding and the product testing, specification, and installation considerations that impact project requirements.
Tyler Murray is the Technical Service Representative for AEP Span and oversees the Weathertightness Warranty program in the greater Pacific Northwest. He has been in the construction industry for 20 years with a concentration in roofing installation and inspection. Tyler has many certifications in this field as well as a deep understanding of the products associated with the roofing industry. He also holds the OSHA 510 Outreach Training card. Tyler’s experience in the industry has included roles such as journey-level roofer, estimator, and project manager. Prior to working with AEP Span, he worked as the lead technical representative in the Northwest for a worldwide roofing products manufacturer.
- Define the material inputs and performance attributes for architectural single skin metal siding.
- Learn about the environmental impact and sustainability of single skin metal siding.
- Explain the types of single skin metal siding and the specification considerations related to installation.
- Learn the design and installation considerations that facilitate a successful single skin metal siding solution.