Learn Strategies for Improving the Building Envelope while Meeting Commercial Utah Energy Codes at the upcoming Utah Energy Code & Advanced Building Science Training. Morrison Hershfield’s Building Envelope experts Chamonix Larsen and Rick Ziegler, along with Salt Lake County Building Official Brent Ursenbach will provide a detailed overview of commercial energy code requirements related to the building envelope and discuss strategies to reduce thermal bridging and improve wall performance. Onsite training includes a tour with the building envelope contractor NOORDA at their facility and an in-depth analysis of how they have helped their clients avoid high-risk details that lead to leaks and moisture problems.
This training will include two half-day sessions on June 26 and a half-day of on-site training on June 27.
About Our Speakers:
Chamonix Larsen, AIA, LEED AP, Building Science Consultant
Chamonix is licensed architect with 13 years of industry experience. Her technical experience includes project management, design consultation and building envelope commissioning. She has served as an owner’s representative for energy efficiency, LEED certification, whole building commissioning, and the development and implementation of the State of Utah High Performance Building Standard. Chamonix has worked for clients in both private and public sectors, on renovation and new construction design. She is well versed in energy efficiency programs and high performance building project strategies used by state and municipal government entities.
Rick Ziegler, PE, Building Science Regional Manager
Rick has over 10 years of experience as a building envelope consultant. His wide-ranging experience covers new and existing buildings in numerous regions of North America, Europe, and Asia. His work includes building envelope assessments and investigations, envelope design and specifications, shop drawing and submittal reviews, field testing, mockups, and construction review.