Fall 2015 education sessions:

What You Need to Know about NAFS and the Canadian Supplement

Alberta Building Officials Association Fall Conference

St. Albert, AB
September 17, 2015 • 9:00am-10:30am
Event details and registration online

New Code Requirements for Windows and Doors in Custom Homes

Innotech Windows Canada

Calgary, AB
September 17, 2015 • 2:00-4:00pm
Event details and registration online

2014 Alberta Building Code—NAFS and Energy Requirements for Windows and Doors

Alvin Reinhard Fritz Architect Inc.

Lethbridge, AB
September 18, 2015 • 10:00am-4:30pm (lunch break included)
Contact Alvin Reinhard Fritz Architect Inc. to register

Morning Session (10:30am-noon): Fenestration Energy Performance

  • Part 9 buildings: NBC 9.36
  • Part 5 buildings: ASHRAE 90.1-2010 and National Energy Code for Buildings 2011

Afternoon Session (1:00-4:30pm): What you Need to Know about NAFS and the Canadian Supplement

  • Two 90-minute sessions including 15-minute coffee break and a question period

Your Last NAFS Presentation: Specifying with NAFS under Part 5 and Part 9

British Columbia Building Envelope Council AGM and Conference

Vancouver, BC
September 23, 2015
Event details and registration online

De-mystifying Energy Code Compliance

Fenestration West Conference

Surrey, BC
October 29, 2015
Event details and registration online

NAFS and the Custom Home

Win-door North America Trade Show — Educational Seminar

Toronto, ON
November 4, 2015
Event details and registration online

NAFS Workshop for Architects and Engineers

RDH Building Engineering

Toronto, ON
November 5, 2015
Event details and registration online

The New NAFS Standard for Windows and Doors in the 2014 Alberta Building Code

Innotech Windows Canada

Calgary, AB
November 18, 2015 • 2:00-4:00 pm
Event details and registration online

Can’t attend these events? Looking to host your own event?

Al is available for in-person workshops or remote webinar-style sessions on fenestration-related content, including NAFS, the Canadian Supplement, and fenestration energy provisions in ASHRAE 90.1, the National Energy Code for Buildings, or NBC 9.36.

For more information, contact us at nafsincanada@rdh.com

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Al Jaugelis
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Al Jaugelis

Al is an industry leader on the application of the NAFS standard in Canada, its use in construction specifications, and the optimization of test programs for manufacturers. Follow Al on Twitter @Al_Jaugelis

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