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Credits: 1 AIA LU/Elective; 1 AIBD P-CE; 0.1 IACET CEU
May qualify for learning hours through most Canadian architectural associations
As design trends shift toward larger spaces with exposed ceilings, piping, and HVAC systems, many architects and designers are challenged to find ways to insulate these spaces so they meet code without losing the aesthetic appeal of the original design. Learn about the materials that are available that can help control acoustics, improve building efficiency, and even offer improved functionality in the space for building occupants. This webinar will cover materials that are designed to be left exposed, help target and control acoustics, and contribute to an improved visual and acoustical experience for the building occupants.
Mike Cagle is the OEM Market Leader responsible for the Office Interiors and Specialty portfolios at Johns Manville. Mike joined Johns Manville in 1987, and has a wide range of experience in engineering, quality, R&D and operations. During his career at Johns Manville he has held various positions in all three of JM’s major business groups. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Petroleum Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver.
- Describe the risks associated with painting insulation materials in order to meet aesthetic design requirements.
- List the differences between available materials that offer both aesthetic appeal and thermal and/or acoustical control.
- Specify which materials are ideal for exposed ceilings.
- Explain how insulation can improve office spaces for building occupants.