The MIM, along with members of York Flashings and D.J. Barron, LLC, are excited to offer a new flashing workshop for architects, engineers, and contractors on October 16 and October 18. The flashing workshop will incorporate both classroom learning and hands-on instruction, specifically addressing common details such as laps, outside and inside corners, drip edges, and termination bars. The classroom portion will discuss the importance of flashing, which is critical to building enclosure performance, and discuss various flashing types, applications, and details.
The flashing workshop will qualify for 3.0 AIA/HSW credits, and lunch will be provided or attendees. Registration is FREE, and all are encouraged to attend. Lunch will be provided for attendees.
Learning Objectives: • Understand how to design a resilient and durable flashing system that will minimize life cycle costs • Explain the performance criteria used to specify through-wall flashings and transition membranes • Define the attributes of a variety of membrane materials • Understand the compatibility between cavity wall components Click here for Course Description
Flashing Workshops will be held in-person from 8am – 1pm, at the following locations:
• 10/16/2023: 2505 Dixie Hwy, Suite A, Waterford Twp., MI 48328 – Click here to register!
• 10/18/2023: 1445 N Edgar Rd, Holt, MI 48842 – Click here to register!