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Home Building Crossroads: Airtight, Done Right: Simple and Efficient Strategies
Home Building Crossroads provides residential home construction professionals a chance to discuss challenges and hear solutions from today’s leading experts, as well as network with other professionals from their region. The educational webinar series, featuring Christine Williamson of Building Science Fight Club, focuses on different regions and climate zones to provide single-family residential building knowledge.

Airtight, Done Right will present small design adjustments — using standard materials already included in the project — that architects and builders can make immediately, at low (or no) additional cost, to disproportionately improve air-tightness and energy efficiency in residential design. We will also cover what these adjustments look like in the field and equip participants to respond to the most common objections to these design changes during the construction phase, especially those related to constructability and cost.

Designed for builders, contractors, code officials, HERS raters, architects, and channel partners, this event will offer one and half (1.5) health, safety, and wellness (HSW) CE learning unit. If you are looking for AIA/CEU credits please be sure to include your AIA# on the registration page.

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Dec 15, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Christine Williamson
President @Building Science Fight Club
Christine Williamson’s professional experience includes building science consulting for the restoration of Belvedere Castle in New York City’s Central Park, forensic investigations of building failures at the air traffic control tower of LAX and the Wheeler Opera House in Aspen, Colorado, as well as new construction risk mitigation consulting for residential towers, mid-rise mixed-use buildings, production homes, as well as some of the most extraordinary private residences in the world. Her projects are located throughout North America, including the Canadian Arctic and the Caribbean.