Schedule: Wednesday, June 8th
8:30 a.m. – Motor coach leaves from King of Prussia mall parking lot (snacks provided on bus)
1o: 30 a.m. – Arrival at ATI
10:30 – 12:00 – Presentations (see below) (*3.5 CEUs will be awarded for participation in Presentation + Tour)
12:00 – 12:30 – Catered lunch
12:30 – 2:30 – Tour
2:30 – Departure for King of Prussia Mall
Cost: There is no cost to participate for members of AGMA and/or AIA’s BEC
RSVP: Reservations are required. Spots will be filled on a first come-first served basis. Event is capped at 54 people.
Please RSVP to Lisa Godlewski at email@example.com or 215-854-0129.
Commissioning (Cx) – John Runkle will explain the connection between a functional building enclosure and occupant health and safety and how to enhance the performance of you next project. His presentation will allow participants to understand and apply the full pallet of building enclosure related testing from lab to field. The group will discuss how our changing environments and construction practices dictate modifications to traditional building enclosure quality assurance and will explore how building enclosure commissioning can help you right size mechanical equipment, by understanding what quantifiable results are achievable in today’s buildings.
Performance Verification Testing – Jennifer Keegan will discuss the challenges with integrating windows, storefronts and curtain walls with air barriers. She will share tips for addressing conditions that are difficult to detail (sill pans, receptor systems, lintels, end dams) and strategies for successful air and water testing of the window and wall as an assembly.
John Runkle, P.E., Vice President – Building Sciences. A graduate of the Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Civil Engineering, Mr. Runkle has been heavily involved in the development of Building Enclosure Commissioning (BECx) as a practice.
Jennifer Keegan, Regional Manager of the Building Sciences Group. Ms. Keegan has 17 years’ experience as a building enclosure consultant. After spending her first 15 years in forensics identifying how and why systems failed, she left the litigation realm to work in a more collaborative environment and help project teams find success.