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Total Precast Concrete K-12 School Case Studies
This presentation offers a detailed discussion of new innovations being used today to deliver thermally efficient, total precast concrete K-12 schools. The presentation uses case studies to demonstrate the sustainability and resilience aspects of total precast concrete systems. Examples of significant cost savings, energy savings, reduced site disturbance and truncated construction schedules will be illustrated. Presenter:
George SpenceLearning Objectives:
- Understanding total precast concrete building systems in K-12 schools using load-bearing insulated wall panels and double tee floors/roof.
- Examine, by case studies of completed K-12 schools, system design, detailing, aesthetic possibilities and life-cycle costs reductions.
- Demonstrate potential energy savings and construction costs savings through the use of total precast concrete insulated enclosures.
- Explain sustainability and resilience aspects of precast concrete and how the system can help meet increasing energy code requirements.
AIA HSW 1.0 LU; PDH: 1.0Presenter:
George Spence is a Business Development Manager with Metromont Corporation. Spence has forty-five-years of experience in architectural and structural precast concrete. He has been part of the Metromont Corporation management team for the past eighteen years with various roles in plant management, project management, sales, marketing and business development. Previously he owned and managed Cook & Ingle Company, an architectural precast company, for twenty-seven years. Spence is a registered AIA and PCI Speaker. He frequently presents Lunch & Learn programs to architects, engineers, owners and contractors, as well as at conventions and seminars. Subjects include architectural precast, structural precast, precast parking decks, thermally efficient wall panels and thermal performance & moisture management in exterior walls. George has a B.S. in Physics & Math and M.B.A., both from the University of Alabama.
September 2016 PCI Webinar: September 20 and September 22
"Designing Enclosure Systems for Energy Efficiency”
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Brian Miller from GCP Applied Technologies and Mike Ryan from Clark Pacific 1 Learning Unit/HourCourse Description
A structure’s enclosure has considerable impact on its overall performance, as highlighted by recent code changes. The enclosure serves as a barrier between the outside environment and conditioned space, and is directly linked to the energy efficiency of a building. High-performance building enclosures can help reduce the overall energy consumption of a structure throughout the structure’s life, and maintain and protect its interior environment and occupants.
This presentation will address what high performance building enclosures are, as well as key elements to their performance. It will discuss how to use precast concrete wall systems to meet the latest code requirements such as continuous insulation and air barriers, and will also discuss topics such as thermal mass effect, effective R-values, and more. Case studies will be used to highlight information presented.Learning Objectives
- Define what high performance structures are.
- Describe the three basic types of precast concrete enclosure systems.
- Explain thermal mass and how to use it to create more energy efficient buildings.
- Describe the difference between effective and material R-values.
Presenter Information: Brian D. Miller has more than 28 years of experience in the precast concrete and concrete materials industries. He holds degrees in civil engineering and construction technologies and a Master’s degree in Business Administration.
Miller is the Global Marketing Director for Precast Concrete for GCP Applied Technologies (formerly Grace Construction Products). Prior to joining Grace, he was the managing director of business development of for the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute, where he was responsible for the institutes marketing, sales, events, and membership services departments. He also served as a member of the technical team and started with PCI as the director of engineering and technology.
Miller has also held several other positions within the precast concrete and construction industries including: president of a design/build construction company, project engineer, and was a field and project manager for an architectural precast concrete producer and has built offices, parking structures, schools, retail, multi-family, and manufacturing structures. His technical expertise includes concrete materials and mix design, durability, corrosion and service-life prediction, architectural precast, and enclosure systems.
He has published several technical papers and is past Chairman of the American Concrete Institute’s Committee 533, Precast Panels, as well as a member of the PCI, NPCA, ASTM International, and an allied member of the American Institute of Architects.