Multiple roles and levels in an organization including but not limited to:
- Building Engineers
- Building Owners
- Building Science Commissioners
- Code Authorities
- Commercial Builders
- Curtain Wall Manufacturers & Designers
- Door & Window Manufacturers & Designers
- Glazing Contractors
- Spec Writers
AIA / IACET Procedure:
In order to receive AIA or IACET
credits, the accompanying quiz must be completed. After the quiz is scored 80%
or higher, 1.5 HSW LU will be credited to your AIA Membership account if that
membership number is provided to us. For IACET or other self-reporting
purposes, you can print a Certificate of Completion from your Learning History.
Dave Stammen is the Principal Engineer for UL’s Building Envelope Performance Test Laboratory. He has over 20 years of experience working as a Design Engineer, Project Manager, and Code Compliance Manager within the Building Envelope industry. He is an active member of multiple organizations including American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA), and American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM). Dave is UL’s technical expert for building envelope performance testing of products such as fenestration (windows and doors), tornado and hurricane shelter components, and other exterior Building Envelope products and materials.
Richard Trempe is an architect since 1993. His career has focused on the investigation and rehabilitation of buildings, and more specifically their envelope. He recently completed a Master of Science in Architecture, and completed research in service performance and life cycle approaches. Whether through his research or in his practice devoted to expertise on institutional buildings, Richard Trempe is passionate in this quest to understand "why and how it is done." He has drafted a facade inspection and maintenance guide in 2015 and has published several articles on the subject in recent years.