Explain how to increase energy efficiency with advanced framing systems without sacrificing strength.
Describe how advanced framing systems can be used in conjunction with others.
Discuss some drawbacks of advanced framing systems, as well as how to handle them.
Who should attend?
Builders; remodelers; students, educators and apprentices in construction trades; building performance consultants; code officials; architects and anyone interested in advanced framing techniques.
Are you a skeptic when it comes to advanced framing techniques? Our expert presenter has been working with them for nearly a decade. He’ll share his real-world experiences and discuss the pros and cons of advanced framing systems. Are you looking for better-than-code energy efficiency, improved strength and cost savings? Join us.
Define advanced framing and how it is applied within Madison College construction projects
Increase energy efficiency and value to the homeowner
Combine advanced framing techniques with standard approaches
Challenges and solutions
In order to receive credit for viewing this webinar, you'll need to pass a short quiz. A link to the quiz will be provided in your registration confirmation email. Separate registration is required for each individual requiring continuing education credit.
All credits have different expiration dates, so it is to your advantage to take the quiz as soon as possible.
GBCI Seventhwave is a provider of GBCI approved courses for continuing education. This is a GBCI approved course and offers 1 CE hour. Seventhwave is also a USGBC Education Partner.
WI-DSPS Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services has approved this course for 1 CEU for the following credentials: Dwelling Contractor Qualifier Certification and UDC-Construction Inspector Certification. Note that you may not retake the same course for credit more than once during the 1-, 2- or 4-year term of your specific credential.
Program Director, Instructor
Construction and Remodeling Program, Madison Area Technical College
John loves to build things, talk about building things and teach how to build things. He’s been doing one or the other for three decades. He holds a degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in construction management. His experience includes a couple of years building housing overseas in the Peace Corps, many years as a certified lead carpenter and eventually a teacher at Madison Area Technical College. Through the years he’s seen many techniques and materials come and go and has developed a keen eye for what works and makes sense.