This technical seminar will take place on Friday July 27 in Toronto, Ontario at Ryerson University, The Pit, 235 Church St. The three-part seminar covers everything a building design professional would want to know about working with traditional and emerging natural building materials. The seminar is eligible for OAA credits.
The seminar will be conducted by innovative engineers and researchers Bruce King (Ecological Building Network) and John Straube (BuildingScience.com). They will present a technical seminar in three parts:
1) Alternative Materials & Systems – The state of the art
2) Getting it Permitted – Alternative building materials and the codes
3) Integrative Design – The art of cat herding
OAA credits are available for participants.
This seminar will answer questions for design professionals and students interested in using natural materials in a modern, code-conscious context. The cost is $200.
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