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Webcast: High Performance Foam Free Historic Masonry Retrofits

  • June 01, 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
  • At Your Desk via GoToWebinar


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Foam Free High-Performance Building Enclosures presents a clear and practical guide to achieving the highest levels of resilient and sustainable building enclosures while eliminating foam. The growing performance demands of air control, vapor control, thermal control, health and sustainability are examined. Foam insulation, dominant in today’s high-performance marketplace, is increasingly recognized as hindering many of these building performance goals. Practitioners are therefore wanting and finding new solutions that virtually eliminate foam and provide greater performance. This presentation is a careful look at how to do it.


  1. Describe key attributes for high-performance enclosures and how historic masonry walls often fall short.
  2. Describe key threats to the long-term stability of historic masonry walls.
  3. Describe ways in which high-performance goals can make a historic masonry wall stronger or riskier.
  4. Outline key qualities, components, and strategies to optimize both energy efficiency and wall longevity.


  • 1 GBCI General
  • 1 AIA LU/HSW


Many thanks to USGBC Florida Capital Region for hosting this webinar!


PLEASE NOTE: There is a two step process to this registration.  You will receive an email after this (check your junk mail if you don't) that will have an email with a URL that you will need to click on and add your name and email to obtain a unique access link directly from GoToWebinar before your registration is complete.


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