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ARCHITECT AT
DENVER ‘365’
TUESDAY, MAY 7 (11:00 AM–3:00 PM)
MILE HIGH STADIUM
1701 Bryant St.
Denver, CO
 
EVENT DETAILS

Sika and ARCHITECT invite you to join us at Mile High Stadium – home of the Broncos! We will be spending the day talking about sustainable products and how they affect our every day. We have carefully selected presentations and demos that will touch upon the Denver legislation on sustainability and bring together the design, construction and owner communities that are shaping the area.

AT-A-GLANCE AGENDA

  • 10:30am – Arrival & Registration
  • 11:00am – Breakout Sessions (Concurrent)
    • Solar System, The Good, The Bad and the Ugly: (1 LU / HSW)
    • Modern Building Design: (1 LU / HSW) 
  • 11:00am – Demos
  • 12:30pm – Lunch & Keynote – Tad Radzinski, cofounder and CEO of Sustainable Solutions Corporation
  • 1:30pm – The Importance of Wall to Roof Connections for the Air
    Barrier ‐ The Big Disconnect: (1 LU / HSW) 
  • 1:30pm – Demos
  • 2:30pm – 3:00pm Networking

KEYNOTE: PLANNING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
TAD RADZINSKI - CHIEF CERTIFICATION OFFICER OF GREENCIRCLE AND PRESIDENT OF SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

With over 30 years of practical experience, Tad Radzinski is a leading expert in corporate responsibility and environmental management. Through consulting, training and speaking, he has provided hundreds of organizations the insight and real-world tools to revolutionize their business through critically aligned sustainability strategies.

Tad, co-founder and president of Sustainable Solutions Corporation (SSC), provides consultative services to companies in a wide range of global industries. Tad is an adjunct professor at Villanova University, teaching graduate classes in Principles of Sustainable Development, Sustainable Manufacturing, Advanced Life Cycle Assessment and Introduction to Sustainable Product Design, and Sustainable Buildings and Operations. Tad was instrumental in the development of Villanova’s Master of Science Degree in Sustainable Engineering. He also serves as the Chief Certification Officer at GreenCircle Certified, LLC, providing third-party verification of environmental claims.

TEDx TALK

SOLAR SYSTEM: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY PLUS DENVER ROOF LEGISLATION DISCUSSION
Stan Graveline

Installing a solar roof system on your building should be a decision that rewards you with energy savings as well as piece of mind knowing you are doing your part to help the environment. What many building owners may not realize is that installing a solar roof system could damage their roof, void their roof warranty and end up costing them more in the long run.“Solar Roof Systems- The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” will identify the potential issues with a rooftop solar installation, what questions they should be asking and how to avoid serious, costly problems. This presentation will also have a discussion on the Denver roof legislation specifically and roof products can can help you achieve the requirements. 

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

Stan Graveline has worked in the roofing industry for more than 35 years in various technical, sales and management capacities in Canada, Switzerland and the USA. He has participated in technical committees and standards writing bodies in North America and Europe. He has written numerous articles and papers and is a speaker at various national and international symposiums and other industry events on roofing and sustainability topics. He has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Chemical Engineering) degree from the University of Ottawa and a Masters of Business Administration from the International Institute for Management Development, Lausanne, Switzerland.

DESIGN CONSIDERATION FOR THE MODERN BUILDING ENVELOPE
FRED CHACON

The focus of this presentation is to demonstrate the proper selection of construction materials to maximize sustainability. We will discuss a systematic approach to the modern design considerations through the various layers of the building envelope with emphasis on controlling  water intrusion, weathering and/or air leakage, control of vapor and thermal properties while improving the energy efficiency and exceeding the building codes for Colorado.

ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:

Fred received his MBA from Regis University and has over 15 years in the building and construction industry. His experience includes architectural and building envelope design, construction and experience with all types of wall insulation. As the Building Envelope and Architectural Consultant at Rmax, he works directly with architects, owners, contractors and distributors to select the optimal insulation to meet the applicable building codes. Elizabeth has worked in a technical Regional Sales Management role for 15 years. Her associations RCI, CSI, ICRI are reflective of her professional interests. She is a published author appearing in various Magazines due to her expertise and is passionate about learning, teaching, sharing and collaborating technologies with like-minded professionals. Elizabeth is a single mother of two college students; her son is graduating with a Computer Engineering degree this year and her daughter is graduating with an Environmental Science degree and going into Law School in 2019.

THE IMPORTANCE OF WALL TO ROOF CONNECTIONS FOR THE AIR BARRIER ‐ THE BIG DISCONNECT
ROY SCHAUFFELE

As more states, jurisdictions and the design community require air barriers, the issue of connecting the wall air barrier assembly to other building assemblies, such as below grade, window systems and roofs need to be completely understood in order to design and construct a functioning building enclosure.

One of the most often missed or not well executed details is the connection between the wall air barrier and roof assembly.  With a myriad of roof systems, wall configurations and the growing number of wall air barrier products, it can be difficult to navigate the process in regards to what systems work best with each other and the chemical compatibility of these systems.

This presentation will focus on things to consider from a design standpoint, along with practical approaches to ensuring a robust connection is constructed and executed.

ABOUT PRESENTER:

Schauffele is a thirty year member of CSI, an internationally published author and speaker in the fields of energy conservation and sustainable building envelopes including insulation, air barrier technology, roofing & waterproofing, vegetative & cool roofing, all with an eye towards improving building science, performance and quality of life. He is the acknowledged inventor of “The Perfect Wall” which is now the nationwide building code standard for wall construction.

He currently serves as a Past Board Chairman of the ABAA (Air Barrier Association of America), after 3 terms as Chairman. Currently a Technical Advisor to Build San Antonio Green (BSAG) and an award winner 2012 for his Technical Contributions to BSAG and last year named (2016) Individual Green Practitioner by the City of San Antonio for Sustainable Education and Outreach.

BOOTHS AND DEMOS
BOOTHS

Talk to the industry experts on various products and solutions for your next project. Tradeshow will be continuously going on throughout the event.

DEMOS

Demos offered at 11:00am and 1:30pm.

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LOCATION
Mile High Stadium
1701 Bryant St.
Denver, CO 80204