High Performance Insulation for Woodframe Construction (1.5 LU)
Come and learn how to improve the energy performance of your projects and how to do so affordably through high performance insulation systems, materials and strategies. This course will cover all the main methods of insulation practiced in wood frame construction today and cover the good and bad of different approaches. We will have examples and demonstrations and provide information on costs and local availability, making it easy for architects and contractors to shift to better insulation methods and materials.
About Your Speaker
Todd has been a leading and integral contributing member of the East Bay architecture community for over 30 years. His over 300 projects range from multi-family to ADUs, institutional to commercial. In addition to advancing the uptake of sustainable architecture through development of building systems and approaches that are affordable and beautiful through his own firm, his community impact projects include work as the lead architect for the historic Richmond Plunge, designing a tiny home prototype, pro bono work for the City of Berkeley including the Berkeley Pier restoration, and much more. In his spare time, he also beautifies the community through volunteer landscape design work.