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At the intersection of fire safety and energy efficiency
Using ICFs and IFAs to enhance energy efficiency
The Construction Specifier has announced the newest volume in its series of free, downloadable ebooks—a technical discussion on modern exterior design practices.
It looks at the variety of cladding materials available today, and designers’ penchants to combine styles and textures, to illustrate why it is essential to specify building envelope controls that are compatible with multiple cladding types.
The curated collection of magazine articles also outlines as part of the ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic, industry organizations, such as the American Society of Heating and Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), released updated considerations for design and construction professionals, including airflow strategies and temperature and humidity controls, as well as ventilation and pressurization.
It also highlights how and why the requirements for the building enclosure have changed, and how current codes will impact design and construction.
Download Modern Exterior Design Practices ebook in two different formats—pdf or digital edition—by visiting www.constructionspecifier.com/ebook/georgia-pacific-modern-exterior-design-practices-e-book/.
 
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