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D+D 2014 Reveals Marquee Speakers

Monday, January 27, 2014

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National experts in building envelope technology, historic preservation, and architectural specifications will headline dozens of renowned building specialists leading presentations at Durability + Design’s inaugural Conference and Exhibition.

The lineup includes the director of specifications at HOK, the building envelopes group leader at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and the director of historic preservation at Swanke Hayden Connell Architects.

The conference, D+D 2014, is set for May 20-22 at the historic Hilton Netherland Plaza Hotel in Cincinnati, OH.

With the theme, “Advances in Protective and Aesthetic Technologies for Buildings,” the conference program includes four sessions in each of two tracks: Track 1, Materials Technology and Performance; and Track 2, Good Technical Practice.

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D+D 2014 is designed to integrate the technical communities of specifiers, architects, contractors and building owners through their shared interest in building performance and aesthetics. Register here.

Following is the list of conference speakers and presentation times as of Friday (Jan. 24). The updated schedule is available here.

Headliners

Steven Danielpour, AIA, CCS, LEED AP, the director of specifications at HOK New York, will present "Emerging Sustainable Coating Technologies" from 9 to 11 a.m. May 22 as part of the “Good Practice in Specifying Coatings and Other Finishes” session.

Steven Danielpour

Steven Danielpour is the director of specifications at HOK New York. He will discuss emerging coatings and technologies to meet building needs.

He will focus on new coatings and coating technologies that fulfill the needs of building construction in terms of improved energy performance, regenerative capabilities, prevention of air and water intrusion and sustainability.

Andre Desjarlais, the group leader for the Building Envelopes Research Program at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), will present "Wall and Roof Energy Efficiency" from 9 to 11 a.m. May 22 as part of the session titled “Performance of Air Barriers.”

His presentation will include the types of products used as air barriers, how to test for air leakage on energy performance, and the impact of air leakage on energy efficiency of roofs and walls.

Desjarlais has been involved in building envelope and materials research for 40 years—first as a consultant and, for the last 22 years, at ORNL.

Elizabeth Moss, the associate principal and director of historic preservation at Swanke Hayden Connell Architects in New York, will present "Asphalt Green’s Fresh Face" from 2 to 4 p.m. May 21 as part of the “Assuring the Performance and Restoration Materials and Techniques” session.

Elizabeth Moss

Elizabeth Moss, of Swanke Hayden Connell Architects, will discuss a recoating project on Asphalt Green, a former plant-turned-recreation center.

Her presentation will discuss a recoating project on Asphalt Green, a former asphalt plant now used as a sports and recreation facility in New York City. The project was complicated by repair requirements and the structure’s status as a New York City and National Historic Landmark.

Conference Program

The tentative list of speakers, presentations and times as of Friday are listed below.

Keynote Address

Wednesday, May 21, 2 to 4 p.m.

  • Dr. Joseph Lstiburek, Building Science Corporation: Don't Do Stupid Things

Track 1: Materials Technology and Performance

Session 1: High Performance Architectural Coatings
Chair: Allen Zielnik, Atlas Material Testing

Wednesday, May 21, 10 a.m. to noon

  • Steve Revnew, Sherwin-Williams: New Coating Technologies that Enhance Occupant Experience
  • Dr. Kurt Wood, Arkema: Achieving Long-Term Coating Service Life on Metallic and Non-Metallic Building Component Substrates
  • Kristen Blankenship, AGC Chemicals: FEVE Resin Technology for High-Performance Architectural and Industrial Coatings
  • George Daisey, Dow Chemical Company: Protecting and Enhancing Your Building Envelope with Acrylic Coatings

Session 2: Reflective Roof Coatings and Systems
Chair: William Kirn, Quest Construction Products

Wednesday, May 21, 2 to 4 p.m.

  • Jarret B. Davis and Joe Mellot, The Garland Company Inc.: The Purpose of Roof Coatings: Balancing Considerations Will Help Determine the Proper Type of Coating for Your Specific Project
  • Mark Ryan, Shepherd Color: Expanding the Durable Color Envelope
  • William A. Kirn, Quest Construction Products: Design and Characteristics of a Novel Lightweight Insulating Concrete (LWIC) for Low Slope Roof Decks, Floor Leveling and Acoustical Insulation
  • Hashem Akbari, Concordia University: Advances in Development of Cool Roof Coatings

Session 3: Performance of Air Barriers
Chair: Laverne Dalgleish, Air Barrier Association of America

Thursday, May 22, 9 to11:00 a.m.

  • Tom Butt, Interactive Resources Inc., Architects and Engineers: Advances and Standards for Water-Resistive Barriers and Flexible Flashings
  • Paul Grahovac; Guy Long and Dave Kimball, PROSOCO: Preventing Water Intrusion into the Building Envelope through Proper Preparation of Rough Openings
  • Andre Desjarlais, Oak Ridge National Laboratories: Wall and Roof Energy Efficiency
  • Vincent Cammalleri, Simpson Gumpertz and Heger: Critical Details: Key Junctions and Interfaces for Air Barriers

Session 4: Decorative Coating Materials and Methods
Chair: Gary Henry, Durability + Design

Thursday, May 22, 2 to 4 p.m.

  • John Pugh, Los Gatos Studio: Trompe L’oeil: Bridging the Gap Between Art and Architecture
  • Gunar Gruenke, Conrad Schmitt Studios: Decorative Interiors: The More Things Change…
  • Jeff Greene, Evergreene Architectural Arts: The Power of Paint and Art in Architecture
  • Jill Pilaroscia, Colour Studio Inc.: Color Matters

Track 2: Good Technical Practice

Session 1: Good Practice in the Use of High-Performance Coatings
Chair: Ken Trimber, KTA-Tator

Wednesday, May 21, 10 a.m. to noon

  • Fred Goodwin, BASF Construction Chemicals: Preparation of Concrete for Rapid Coating Application
  • Kevin Knight, Edifice Tutorial Inc.: Durability of Paint/Coatings on the Exterior of Building Enclosures
  • Ken Trimber and Kevin Brown, KTA-Tator Inc.: Building Wall and Coating Condition Evaluation
  • Jeff Theo, Vulcan Painters Inc.: Commercial Contractor and Applicator Certifications

Session 2: Assuring the Performance of Restoration Materials and Techniques

Wednesday, May 21, 2 to 4 p.m.

  • Richard Rauh, Richard Rauh and Associates: Construction Technologies and Jazz Age Skyscrapers of the 1920s: Insights into the Durability of their Design
  • Elizabeth Moss, Swanke Hayden Connell: Asphalt Green's Fresh Face
  • Joe Marzahl, Firestone Building Products: Sustainable Alternatives to Replacing Industrial and Commercial Metal Roofs

Session 3: Concrete Polishing
Chair: Jennifer A. Faller, Concrete Polishing Association of America

Thursday, May 22, 9 to 10:00 a.m.

  • Kevin Sigourney, PROSOCO: Selection and Maintenance of Polished Concrete Floor Finishes
  • Todd Gomez, VersaFlex Incorporated: Restoring a Concrete Relic With Colour
  • Jennifer Faller, Concrete Polishing Association of America: Identifying Polished Concrete
  • Christopher Bennet, Husqvarna: Polished Concrete Floors: Process and Benefits

Session 4: Good Practice in Specifying Coatings and Other Finishes
Chair: Steven Reinstadtler, Bayer MaterialScience

Thursday, May 22, 9 to11:00 a.m.

  • Joe Kujawski, Sherwin-Williams: When Traditional Wall Paint Just Won’t Do: Specifying High-Performance Coatings for Commercial Spaces
  • Joe Berchenko, ARCOM: How To Specify Paint
  • Steven Danielpour, HOK: Emerging Sustainable Coating Technologies
  • Allen Zielnik, Atlas Material Testing: The Continuing Need for Coating Standards

   

Tagged categories: Architectural coatings; Building envelope; Coatings technology; Conferences; Construction; D+D 2014; Meetings

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