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Search events produced by FTI, our members and industry partners through the Industry Calendar – a shared calendar specially curated for Facade Geeks!
As a member-based non-profit, our membership is comprised of thought leaders from across the building industry doing the urgent work of moving the built environment toward critical health, resilience and sustainability objectives. The facade system is pivotal to this endeavor – amplify your impact by joining us in collective action!
We are a non-profit member organization intent on moving buildings and urban habitat toward resilience and sustainability goals by leveraging the pervasive influence of the building skin.
Together with invited industry thought leaders, we take on all things building skin!
Special guests David De Rose from Synergy Partners and Jennifer Sze from Vidaris join us to discuss maintenance, inspection, and service life of building facades.
Special guests Jennifer O'Connor from Athena Sustainable Materials Institute, Anthony Pak from Priopta, and Stacy Smedley from Skanska join us to discuss embodied carbon.
Special guests Graham Finch, Senior Building Science Specialist at RDH Building Science, and Vincent Davenport from EllisDon's Construction Sciences Group join us to explore the relevance, issues and developments of modular prefabrication and offsite construction practices.
Special guest Ted Kesik, PhD, Professor of Building Science at the University of Toronto, joins us to discuss everything from digital workflows and durability to embodied carbon and resilience.
Special guests Uta Pottgiesser of TU Delft and Angel Ayón of AYON Studio Architecture and Preservation discuss their recent book, Reglazing Modernism, where they explore facade intervention strategies on Modern-era buildings through international case studies.
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