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Building Enclosure Council

 

Mission of BEC:

BEC Research Triangle provides an interdisciplinary, collaborative forum where architects, engineers (structural, mechanical, etc.), consultants,  manufacturer’s technical  or scientific representatives, contractors, developers, owners, facility managers, and other interested individuals can meet.  The intent is to provide a means by which all  of  those with an interest in the enclosure (envelope) of commercial, institutional, and residential structures and the related building science can discuss common issues, obtain information, discuss local issues, and otherwise address subjects relating to the building enclosure.

Goals include:

1.  Promote and encourage discussion, training, education, technology transfer, and the exchange of information about local issues and cases, relevant weather conditions, and all matters concerning the building enclosure and the related science;

2.  Initiate and promote cross-disciplinary and cross-responsibility dialogue, i.e., laterally between professions, and vertically among designers, manufacturers, suppliers, fabricators, constructors, building operators, developers, insurers, and others with an interest in the building enclosure; and

3.  Facilitate improvements with respect to process, namely, design, construction, inspection, approvals, codes, regulations, standards, liability matters, and the like for matters that affect the building enclosure.

Interested in learning more or getting involved?

Contact task force chair, Scott Kind at scott@spiritsalesgroup.com if you are interested in learning more about the task force, upcoming activities, and opportunities to get involved. Participation is open to all AIA Triangle members including Allied Members. Prospective members are invited to learn more.

For more information, visit the Building Enclosure Council's website: HERE

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Calendar

10/23/2017
Joint Lecture Series - Billie Faircloth, AIA + Stephen Kieran, FAIA

10/24/2017
Energy standard updates and how they affect the building envelope

10/26/2017
AIA Triangle Fall Membership Meeting

10/27/2017
Joint Lecture Series - Thomas Barrie, AIA

11/1/2017
CE Program : Historic Buildings: Our Tangible Link to the Past

11/2/2017
Food for Thought - Subsurface Explorations Across the Carolinas

11/2/2017
Joint Lecture Series - Eduardo Catalano Symposium

11/6/2017
Joint Lecture Series - Curtis Fentress, FAIA

 

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