A great BASF product – Enershield

BASF EnershieldPhoto credit: BASF Corporation – Wall Systems

Attention Architecture and Construction Friends! I am happy to share more information about one of BASF’s most successful webinar series. On January 16th at 3pm EST, my colleagues Tug Ferguson and Rodger Hongisto will present a FREE webinar about Fluid-Applied Air, Vapor and Water-Resistant Barriers. Space is limited, and usually fills up quickly,  so I recommend signing up today.

Click here to register—-> http://goo.gl/XTZkoD

The presentation is a one hour AIA registered program on the function and specification of Fluid Applied Air, Vapor and Water Resistant Barriers. Topics you will learn include:

– The role of barriers in building envelope performance
– Methods of evaluating air/water-resistive barrier material and assembly performance
– How to treat rough openings using fluid-applied air barrier systems
– What to require in a performance-based fluid-applied air barrier material specification

Additionally, they will discuss fire performance requirements including testing in accordance to NFPA 285.

This program qualifies for 1.0 Sustainable Design (LU/HSW) Credit.

This is great information and we typically have a lively crowd.

If you have any questions about the webinar, feel free to leave a comment or message me directly.

If you want to learn more about Enershield and other BASF Wall Systems’ products, visit the website at www.wallsystems.basf.com


BASF-enershield-02 Photo credit: BASF Corporation – Wall Systems

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Poster Design – Safety is our priority!

BASF - Safety Poster Submission
Recently, we were asked to submit ideas to promote the safety culture within our division. So, I created a poster that highlights safety as our priority.  The imagery drew from a concept I had in my STRiKE DESIGNS days. I’m not sure this will be shared internally due to the possible perceived political nature, but at least I had fun creating it.

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Trip to BASF Global Headquarters – Ludwigshafen

BASF Global Headquarters

This past week, I made a quick trip to the BASF Global Headquarters in Ludwigshafen, Germany. I was there to present some best practices from our group BASF Wall Systems (Jacksonville, Florida). In addition, I was included in a one day workshop to share/discuss some great ideas with future business web strategies.  I am extremely happy to be working for such a great company. We aren’t satisfied with maintaining the status quo and always looking for the what will be successful this year, next year and ten years out. It was great to network and to also finally meet in-person my colleagues, Nitish Kaul and Patrick Schmidt-Kuehnle. We have such an amazing team globally. I am excited for the great things to come!

BASF Campus  Patrick Schmidt-Kuehnle  BASF

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