High Performance Walls for Title 24 Part 6 Compliance and ZNE

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EnergyCodeAce, which is an effort of the Statewide Codes & Standards Program, offers many online trainings, including a series of ‘Decoding Talks’ focusing on requirements in the latest version of Title 24 Part 6. One next week, on “Decoding 2016 Envelopes: Let’s Talk About Res & Nonres High Performance Walls and Attics” should be of great interest to architects. The speakers will be Gina Rodda, who has years of experience with Title 24 Part 6 compliance, and Colin Shane, a structural engineer and enclosures/building science expert with RDH/Building Science. As the title suggests, this session is relevant to both residential and nonresidential construction. The issues covered are directly relevant to your ability to design and detail durable, energy-efficient enclosures that also improve occupant comfort. There is no charge to participants!

This live, two-hour program will be offered four times, twice on Wednesday, August 9, and twice on Thursday, August 10. On each day the first session runs  9 am to 11 am; the second from 2 pm to 4 pm.

The format is conversational and allows considerable room for online participants to ask questions.

Individuals can register for this program at the address below.

http://energycodeace.com/content/training-ace/courseId=20662

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