*** Online meeting link will be sent to registrants, please include the email addresses for all prospective attendees during checkout*** knowledge base of consultants, contractors, and design professionals practicing in the roofing, waterproofing and building enclosure field. The seminar provides 1.0 AIA LU|HSW’s and 1.0 IIBEC CEH’s.
Portland Cement Plaster (stucco) supported by metal lath relies on a properly installed weather-resistive barrier and drainage plane, and properly installed through wall flashings to manage water and prevent moisture intrusion from occurring into the wall assembly and the building interior. The behavior of water within the drainage plane in stucco supported by metal lath is relatively predictable in most installations. However, unusual geometric features in building facades present unique challenges that often affect the performance of the building enclosure. These problematic features may include sloping walls as well as diagonally set fenestration, wall accessories, horizontal soffits, shelf conditions, and other projections.
The information presented, which is based on the authors’ experience investigating these issues in real-world installations, will provide the participant an understanding of how unusual geometric features can affect the behavior of water within the stucco drainage plane, and will assist designers and builders in avoiding the potential for water intrusion in buildings due to inappropriate detailing.
Virtual Event Details (Link to Flyer):
Thursday, July 23rd, 2020
Presentation & Happy Hour: 5:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.
Q & A: 6:00 P.M. - 6:15 P.M.
Event Registration: FREE!
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*** ANNOUNCEMENT ***
As we continue to monitor the rapidly evolving situation around the coronavirus
(COVID-19), our first thought is for the safety and well-being of our Chapter members and industry community who are impacted by these difficult circumstances. Based on recent developments on both a national and local level, and out of abundance of caution for public health, we have decided to postpone the golf tournament to later in the year.
Our new tournament date is Friday, September 11th.
Please join us in the fall as we visit Monarch Beach Golf Links for our annual golf tournament and fundraiser.
Monarch Beach Golf Links
50 Monarch Beach Resort N, Dana Point, CA 92629
Friday September 11th, 2020
Details: 11:00 Shotgun start. Registration starts at 9:00 A.M. Each registration includes a box lunch on cart and buffet dinner.
IIBEC (formerly RCI, Inc.) is an international association of building enclosure consultants. Members specialize in design, investigation, repair, and management of roofing, exterior wall, and waterproofing systems.
Since 1983, IIBEC's consultant members have offered unbiased design, repair planning, quality assurance observance, legal testimony, and general roofing and other building envelope management services. IIBEC’s consultant members adhere to a strict code of ethics that offers unprejudiced service without affiliation with any product or manufacturer. Current membership is over 3,200. IIBEC boasts an international constituency residing across the United States, Canada, Australia, the West Indies, Europe, and Asia.
The IIBEC Southern California (So Cal) Chapter formed in 2003 with the purpose to provide a medium at the local level for the advancement of the objectives of IIBEC - to promote closer relations and cooperation amount the professionals, contractors, manufacturers, trade associations and societies which are engaged in, or directly connected with, the building construction industry.
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