Joint Webinar with BECOR - Thermally Broken Shelf Angles & Connectors

April 10, 2024 12:00 - 13:14

This presentation focuses on thermally efficient methods for masonry cladding supports that promote the standards of Passive House Building, LEED and Green Building, along with the requirements for continuous insulation in above-grade wall assemblies. These requirements are more common as the industry moves toward more demanding thermal performance standards and energy efficient wall assemblies. Understanding the impacts of conventional shelf angles on energy efficiency and cost is a critical consideration for your next building envelope design.

Webinar Speakers
Michael Ross, Senior Technical Advisor

Michael oversees the design of effective and innovative structural and architectural FERO solutions for a variety of projects. He has an MSc in Structural Engineering, specializing in concrete masonry, and has over 10 years of experience in the field of structural consulting. Michael focuses on taking a pragmatic, value-add approach to engineering. The combination of his education and his consulting roles enable him to understand the needs of architects and engineers working with FERO products and how to help them achieve their design goals.

Jeffrey Hung, Senior Technical Advisor

Jeff, a Senior Technical Advisor at FERO, brings over 8 years of hands-on experience in consulting structural engineering. His expertise spans a diverse range of projects, encompassing new constructions and renovations involving structural steel, reinforced concrete, and masonry buildings. He holds a Master of Science in Structural Engineering from the University of Alberta, with his research focused on masonry design.



Webinar Fees

Event Qualifies for 1 Con-Ed Credit

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