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Conferences and Exhibitions

Seaport World Trade Center, Boston, MA
March 11 – 13, 2008
What does it take to make the most dramatic energy efficiency improvements in existing buildings? Why is exterior insulation such an attractive option from an energy standpoint? Can we stomach exterior insulation facelifts for our buildings? Will anyone even know? “Your building had a facelift, I had no idea!”
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Thursday, March 13
Session Chair: James Petersen, PE, Petersen Engineering, Inc.
Session Speakers: Chris Benedict, RA, Chris Benedict, RA
Terry Brennan, Camroden Associates, Inc.
Henri Fennell, Jr, CSI/CDT, Building Envelope Services, Inc.

ACI Home Performance Conference 2008
Hilton Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
April 7 – 11, 2008
Henri Fennell is president of Building Envelope Services, Inc. / FOAM-TECH, and an architect with twenty-five years of experience in energy conservation products and services. He specializes in the use of manufactured and field-installed polyurethane technologies. As a building envelope consultant, Henri works with architects, designers, builders, and contractors to diagnose and solve building envelope problems.
Courses by this presenter:
ThPM 08 - Strategic Air Sealing with One & Two-Part Foam
ENCL 7 - The Many Faces of Spray Foam

Restoration & Renovation
Hynes Convention Center, Boston, Massachusetts
Conference: March 20 – 23, 2002
Exhibition: March 21 – 23, 2002
Restoration and Renovation 2002 is the definitive trade show for Architects, Engineers and Contractors involved in renovating and restoring historical buildings.

Henri Fennell, in his role as consultant with H.C. Fennell, Inc., will be one of the speakers for the Material and Media session track. FOAM-TECH will have a booth in the main exhibition hall. This presentation focuses on improving and repairing the exterior and interior thermal envelopes and climate-controlled spaces in historic buildings. Case studies illustrate careful planning that maintains the historic integrity of the buildings, while utilizing innovative applications of polyurethane foams to accomplish this goal. The inter-relatedness of air sealing, vapor control and insulation principles will be discussed, and diagnostic and quality assurance testing procedures will be explained as well. The role of polyurethane foam technology in providing the solutions to building envelope problems will be clearly defined as the properties of polyurethane foams are explained. Diagnostic/quality-assurance test equipment will also be displayed and demonstrated to provide attendees with a hands-on opportunity to learn how their projects might benefit from its use.

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