DESIGNING A SUSTAINABLE MASONRY CAVITY WALL
Presented by Allison Verley
1 Hour Seminar
Syracuse, NY - Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Albany, NY - Thursday, February 7, 2019
7:30 - 8:00 am - Sign in/ Light Breakfast
8:00-9:00 am - Program
AIA APPROVED - Earn 1 Education Credit!
Syracuse Attendees - February 5th: REGISTER HERE
Albany Attendees February 7th: REGISTER HERE
Meet Your Speaker:
Building Envelope Specialist, CSI
Construction Innovations Co. Inc
Allison works throughout Upstate New York providing architects with knowledge, design review, spec review, detail review and tools to help innovate designs and make buildings sustainable and energy efficient through building envelope science. An emphasis on earning LEED points and improving the longevity of our buildings is always important.
Allison’s role is to help in your design process, so that we can build exceptional, long lasting buildings together. By representing a variety of companies from DOW Building Solutions for insulation needs to Laticrete’s Masonry Veneer Installation System (MVIS) for Masonry and Cultured Stone veneer solutions, we can conquer AIR, FIRE and WATER issues we see arise in the design process.
- Project Consulting
- Dew Point Analysis
- Project Cost Analysis
- Infrared Imaging of Buildings
- Design Details
- Construction Follow-up
- Site and Installation Visits and Mock-ups
- U-Value Analysis
- Code Compliance
*All design assistance provided gratis
Growing up with architecture in her blood, her grandfather Alain Verley taught architecture at Syracuse University for over 40 Years, molding the lives of young architects to be successful. With enthusiasm for design and construction, Allison followed her grandfather’s footsteps by attending Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, MA to pursue these passions.
Embarking on a college career as an Architecture student, experience was gained by working at King & King Architects for a summer internship and Koetter, Kim & Associates in Boston, MA focusing on urban development. Finding a calling in engineering and in building envelope science while working at Gale Engineering in Weymouth, MA, Allison concluded her college experience with a degree in Civil Engineering Technology in 2010.