Henry® is a leading innovator in providing compatible Building Envelope Systems® solutions for commercial, institutional, high-rise multi-family and residential construction. For more than 80 years, the architectural and construction communities have turned to Henry® professionals as trusted advisors and collaborators to meet the long-term durability requirements of their building projects.
Henry® AIA Continuing Education Units
As a participant in the American Institute of Architects’ Continuing Education Systems (AIA/CES) Registered Provider program, Henry® offers Building Envelope Systems® related CEUs on a variety of industry subjects. Review the available CEUs below and contact your local Henry® Building Envelope Systems Representative directly to schedule a CEU at your firm.
This presentation will describe overcoming waterproofing challenges by utilizing a liquid-applied PUMA system. PUMA is a cold fluid-applied waterproofing system with quick-curing technology providing long-term stability, permanent UV exposure resistance to impact, scratches, punctures and slip resistance. PUMA technical advances allow for waterproofing certainty where sheet-applied membranes are difficult to install due to complex design and construction requirements. Through this step-by-step presentation, you will understand how PUMA may solve common installation obstacles and how to properly specify/install a PUMA system to suit project specific needs. Learn more
Building code changes, mold and mildew, and the drive for energy efficient buildings has increased demand for an effective weather resistive air barrier; and vapor barrier where appropriate. Through a detailed discussion, this presentation will help you understand how to select an effective air barrier to manage air, water, vapor, and energy throughout the building envelope.Learn more
Constructing Walls and Decks to Avoid Water Penetration
Is your building designed to combat a lifetime of physical challenges such as expansion and contraction, shifting foundations, building settling, hydrostatic pressure, and waterproofing longevity? Understanding how to properly design and specify a waterproofing assembly to meet project specific need is the first step in constructing a watertight building envelope. Through a detailed discussion, this presentation will help you understand how to select an effective waterproofing assembly to avoid water penetration and avoid costly repairs.Learn more
Henry® Company has completed over 100 million square feet of roof coatings throughout North America. This course will explain the advantages for installing a roof coating, including extending the life of an existing roofing assembly and decreasing building energy consumptions costs. Through a detailed discussion, you will understand how to select an appropriate roof coating to meet a building’s needs and industry recognized installation practices for various cool roof coating technologies.Learn more
Adoption of 2012 International Building Code (IBC) and 2012 International Energy Code Council (IECC) may directly affect the prerequisite that exterior wall assemblies in multistory buildings are obligated to pass NFPA 285. Projected continuous insulation (CI) requirements have dramatically increased the demand for NFPA 285 compliant wall assemblies making ‘typical’ wall assemblies obsolete. Design and construction professionals may be code mandated to adapt their current master specifications, details, and construction practices upon new code adoption. Learn more
This course will highlight advantages of a spray polyurethane foam (SPF) and silicone roof coating to maximize thermal resistance through fully-adhered continuous insulation and cool roof properties; optimizing sustainability and cost savings during the life of the roofing assembly. Through a detailed discussion, you will learn industry recognized installation practices for the most advanced roofing technology in roofing maintenance and identify how an SPF and silicone assembly can meet a building’s long-term performance needs. Learn more
As population densities increase, cities are adopting vegetative roofing assemblies (VRA) as part of their mandated code compliance to manage storm water runoff and decrease seasonal flooding. Learn how to create a visually appealing design, while managing client expectations, to obtain a project specific vegetative roofing assembly and maintain a watertight building envelope. Learn more