Thu, Oct 21 | Virtual Education Event

MATERIALS MATTER CERTIFICATE PROGRAM (7.5 HSW)

Material selection is a core service provided by architects, but that process is far from simple. The Materials Matter series untangles the complexities of that process in five essential courses. The key? Materials transparency.
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MATERIALS MATTER CERTIFICATE PROGRAM (7.5 HSW)

Time & Location

Oct 21, 2021, 12:00 PM MDT
Virtual Education Event

About the Event

*REGISTRATION FEE IS NON- REFUNDABLE*

Fees:  $75 Member  $100 Non-Member  $50 Associate/YAF

Upon signup through this website you will be sent a registration form and invoice.

Virtual Meetings Wednesday's in October 20, 27 + November 3, 10, 17, 2021 – 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Material selection is a core service provided by architects, but that process is far from simple. The Materials Matter series untangles the complexities of that process in five essential courses. The key? Materials transparency. When you know everything, you can about the materials you use, you are able to make the best product decisions for projects, people, and the environment. The courses cover different types of impacts, and best practices for reducing these impacts, from industry-best instructors. Take all five courses and earn a certificate! (7.5 HSW)

Course Moderator Josh Wishart, AIA is a Principal Architect, Building Enclosure Commissioning Provider and LEED AP with Verdacity, LLC. He has been working in the field of architecture for 20 years and has been a LEED AP since 2011. In addition to his diverse knowledge in building science and systems engineering, Josh’s keen understanding of trade disciplines and astute attention to detail aids in his facilitation of LEED compliance during the construction phase. He has developed specialized tools to facilitate project data calculations for an efficient analytical process from design through construction administration. His technical knowledge and programming skills help Verdacity provide our clients with the best available information and technology.

October 20  Course 1: Materials Matter: The Big Idea

October 27  Course 2: Environmental Impacts: Making a Difference. Unpack the Entire Product Life Cycle

November 3 Course 3: Health Impacts: Connecting Building Materials, Human Health, and the Environment Discover the Relationship Between Building Materials and Human Health

November 10 Course 4: Life Cycle Assessment: Tools to Reduce the Environmental Impact of Buildings. Simplify the LCA Process and Better Understand Its Value to Architects

November 17 Course 5: Materials & Health: Understanding the Tools. Learn to Use the Right Tools for Healthier Projects and Product Decisions

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