Please mark your calendars for the next educational event hosted by the Virginia Chapter of IIBEC.
Exterior Wall Quality Assurance is a two-day course for professionals interested in observing exterior wall systems to document whether they are installed in accordance with construction documents. The program covers diverse topics in the construction of exterior walls, including air barriers, vapor retarders, water-resistive barriers, insulation, flashing, concrete, EIFS, masonry, stucco, and terracotta. It is intended for manufacturers, general contractors, quality assurance observers, and field inspectors.
Course participants will receive objective and detailed information regarding the duties of the Registered Exterior Wall Consultant.
Although not a preparatory course for the Registered Exterior Wall Consultant (REWC)® exam, this course provides useful information for the individual who is preparing for REWC registration.
For questions please contact Zac Blankenship at email@example.com
IIBEC’s premier annual event features over 25 hours of educational seminars, live product demonstrations, and a two‐day trade show with over 140 exhibitors.
Thank you to everyone who came out for our inaugural event! The Virginia Chapter of IIBEC hosted 35 participants, 5 speakers and & 5 vendors at the 2019 Fall Conference. We received great feedback from all parties and look forward to our next event. Stay Tuned!
We would like to thank our Vendors and event sponsors; Architectural Exterior Solutions, Emseal, Georgia Pacific DensDeck, NB Handy and Old Dominion Sales Group (Versico/DaVinci). We are are grateful for your participation and partnership!
Rooftop Quality Assurance is an 8 hour course for professionals interested in performing observation to assure that roof installation is consistent with construction documents. The program covers the diverse and challenging aspects of roofing as encountered in the field and is ideal for roofing material manufacturers, general contractors, quality assurance observers, and field inspectors.
Course participants will receive objective and detailed information regarding the duties of the roof quality observer. It helps prepare individuals to provide an independent measure of quality and to assist with project communications and coordination.
Instructors cover fundamentals of quality assurance, component assembly and quality practice guidelines for a variety of roofing systems, including: role of the roof observer, construction contract documents, daily reports, low-slope roofing, spray-applied foam, steep-slope roofing, ethics and codes.
Although not a preparatory course for the Registered Roof Observer (RRO)® exam, this course provides useful information for the individual who is preparing for RRO registration.
This course will be offered in a virtual format in four hour segments over two days. Partial credit will not be offered.
For questions please contact Zac Blankenship at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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