TODAY AT 1:00 PM EST – METALCON Live! and the Metal Construction Association Presents: Demystifying Rain Screen Systems Utilizing Metal Wall Systems

This webinar qualifies for one AIA LU and its FREE!

The Metal Construction Association says, “Rainscreen wall systems are a hot topic, not just for MCM and IMP but for high-end single-skin architectural wall systems.” You won’t want to miss today’s LIVE webinar presented by industry expert David Weidl CSI, CDT, LEED AP BD+C, Architectural Business Development Manager with ATAS International, as he explains the often overused “rain screen” terminology found in today’s construction practices. David will cover:
– The various types of rain screens
– Identifying the importance and critical nature of air and water resistant barriers
– Importance of continuous insulation
– How to simplify energy efficiency of rain screens

This webinar qualifies for one AIA LU and its FREE! REGISTER NOW AND JOIN US AT 1:00 PM EST.

This course is designed to benefit anyone working in the AEC community, building owners as well as contractors to gain a better understanding of this growing use of metal in commercial and residential wall assemblies. 

If you can’t make it to the “live” event, REGISTER to receive an on-demand link following the broadcast.

To receive your one AIA LU credit, you must attend the full webinar and answer the post webinar survey (while including your AIA Membership #). Your credit will be submitted 2 weeks after the date of the webinar. Note: You will receive a downloadable certificate of participation upon completion of the survey.

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