The Terra-Petra Waterproofing Division is proud to sponosor, and have its executive team on hand (Barry Taheri, Josh Heidt, Dan Valdez and Justin Conaway) at the 2018 RCI, Inc. Building Envelope Technology Symposium on November 16-17, 2018 (Friday and Saturday) at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, Tennesse.
The Symposium on Building Envelope Technology is a two-day educational program offering cutting-edge information regarding design, construction, maintenance and repair of modern and/or older building envelopes. The event’s open, inclusive environment encourages attendees to ask questions and stimulates dialogue. Speakers offer relevant solutions by referencing real-world examples and specific case histories.
Each registrant will receive a comprehensive proceedings detailing program information. Breakfast, lunch and breaks will be catered daily. There will be an informal social reception the first evening.
RCI’s expert instructors offer more than just technical data. Presenters reinforce program content with practical examples from applications in the field. With plenty of opportunities to ask questions, you get the answers you need. Instructor/attendee dialogue is encouraged.
Geared towards building envelope professionals, architects, engineers, contractors, and facility managers, this program is invaluable to anyone involved with maintaining or designing building envelope systems.
12.0 Continuing Educational Hours from RCI, Inc. – Attendees earn up to 12 Continuing Educational Hours (CEHs) from RCI.
12.0 Learning Units and Health Safety Welfare (HSW) Credit from AIA – Members of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) earn up to 12 Learning Units (LUs) reported directly to AIA.
Those interested in arranging a meeting with Terra-Petra Waterproofing Division team while at the Symposium, can do so by contacting Justin Conaway at the Terra-Petra Main Office in Los Angeles at 213.458.0494 or by emailing Justin directly.