Looking to the Future….Learning from the Past?May 12, 2021
05:00 PM - 07:00 PM
Now that he is old and grey and qualifies for seniors discounts and has his COVID shot, Joe is going to make a bunch of building construction, materials and systems predictions....and take some COVID shots....at likely COVID code changes, not the vaccine....and the fun in Texas and California....and his beloved Maple Leafs....plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose….
Joseph Lstiburek, B.A.Sc., M.Eng., Ph.D., P.Eng
Joseph Lstiburek is the founding principal of Building Science Corporation and an ASHRAE Fellow. He is a building scientist who investigates building failures. Dr. Lstiburek received an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toronto, a masters degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Toronto and a doctorate in Building Science Engineering from the University of Toronto. He has been a licensed Professional Engineer since 1982.
The Wall Street Journal referred to him as “the dean of North American building science”. Fast Company magazine called him “the Sherlock Holmes of construction”. He is internationally recognized and his work has influenced building codes and standards in every climate zone.
He is recipient of the Carl Cash Award from ASTM, a “Becky” from the Ontario Building Envelope Committee (OBEC) and the EEBA Legacy Award all for lifetime contributions to building science. He has also been inducted into the Building Performance Industry Hall of Fame and has received the NESEA Professional Leadership Award for “changing the way we think about building science and how we perform our work”.
Dr. Lstiburek is an acclaimed educator who has taught thousands of professionals over the past four decades and has written countless papers. He has a joy for telling tall tales to his proteges and audiences.
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