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Join us for this free event presented by Atlas EnergyShield®, Brand X Metals, and Dens Element. Master the art and science of designing the Perfect Wall. Keynote speaker will be Building Science expert Jay Crandall with Guest Speakers Glenn Fisher (Dens Element) and Rob Rutherford (Brand X Metals, Inc).
Lunch will be provided during this ½-day seminar.
AIA Credits Available at this event!
November 7th, 2018
9 AM – 1 PM
The Merchants Exchange
75 Leidesdorff St.
San Francisco, CA 94104
Meet Our Speakers!
Jay Crandell has over 30 years of experience in construction, engineering, and innovative building technology research for private and public sector clients. He has conducted benchmark studies of major natural disasters and conducted research to address significant structural, energy and building science challenges. His work has helped to propel many innovative technologies into the International Codes and consensus standards. He is widely published on various engineering, construction, and building science topics. For additional information visit www.aresconsulting.biz.
With a technical proficiency in building envelope construction, design, field application best practices, energy efficiency, and above-grade vertical air and moisture control, Glenn Fisher‘s 20 years of experience provides architect and general contractors with valuable knowledge integral to the successful completion of their projects.
Robert Rutherford is the CEO and President of Brand X Metals, Inc. he has over 27 years of experience in manufacturing of lathing and drywall trim products. Rob is the inventor of the Diamond <> Furr® And Eliminator Trim. The Diamond Furr product line is a patented & tested system and the only product in the world that eliminates 100% of the fastener penetrations at any termination point, through the final water resistant barrier when lath is fastened for 7/8″ cement plaster, conforming to the new energy codes.