Wednesday, June 12, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Specifying Treated Engineered Wood Siding
LP Building Solutions
This course reviews treated engineered wood siding for building construction, including design options, environmental impacts, and the ways in which it can contribute to earning points or meeting standards of leading green building certification programs.
Attendees will understand:
- Multi-family (MF) and light commercial (LC) construction types for which treated engineered wood siding (TEWS) is a cladding option, and review the major exterior cladding options available for these applications
- TEWS and discuss its history, how it’s made, why it’s sustainable, and how it can help builders/architects obtain LEED points
- How to achieve aesthetic, durability and weather- ability requirements using TEWS in MF and LC projects
- The flexibility with TEWS and custom solutions that can be created, including cladding assemblies rated to meet fire codes.
Catered lunch provided to individuals registered by June 11.