Celebrate 40 years of building enclosure education and networking at the 2023 IIBEC International Convention & Trade Show!
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Join IIBEC March 3–6, 2023, in Houston, Texas, at the Marriott Marquis Houston and George R. Brown Convention Center. Early registration rates expire February 2, so make sure to register today and save up to $130. After you register, don’t forget to book your hotel room. With four days of education, including two auxiliary seminars on Friday, March 3, you may satisfy your annual CEH requirements in one event. The Convention Committee has selected educational programs that provide an impressive lineup of speakers and subjects. The variety of topics will appeal to any interest.
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International Institute of Building Enclosure Consultants (IIBEC) is an international nonprofit association of professionals who specialize in roofing, waterproofing, and exterior wall specification and design. From sprayed polyurethane foam to cedar shakes, from parking garages to air barriers, IIBEC has a member expert for every type of roof, exterior wall, or waterproofing issue in the world today.
Mission Statement: The mission of IIBEC is to advance the profession of building enclsoure (roofing, waterproofing and exterior wall) consultants.
Since 1983, IIBEC’s, formerly RCI, Inc., Consultant members have offered unbiased design, repair planning, quality assurance observance, legal testimony, and general roofing and other building enclosure management services. IIBEC’s Consultant members adhere to a strict code of ethics that offers unprejudiced service without affiliation with any product or manufacturer. Current membership is over 3,600. IIBEC boasts an international constituency residing across the United States, Canada, Australia, the West Indies, Europe, and Asia.
The association presents educational programs, in-person and online, designed to demystify and explain the practical application of roofing and waterproofing technology and sound building enclosure theory. A monthly journal (Interface), a monthly newsletter (IIBEC Newsfeed), and international, regional, and chapter events provide interactive forums for information exchange and networking.
The Registered Roof Consultant (RRC®), Registered Waterproofing Consultant (RWC®), Registered Exterior Wall Consultant (REWC®), Registered Roof Observer (RRO®), and Certified Building Enclosure Commissioning Provider (CBECxP®) coming in Spring 2020 programs distinguish professionals with proven standards of education, experience, and ethics. Individuals with all three consultant accreditations (RRC®, RWC®, and REWC®) may apply to be Registered Building Envelope Consultants (RBEC®). The RCI-IIBEC Foundation (U.S.) and the RCI Foundation Canada are tax-exempt entities, organizationally independent of the association, and support research and educational efforts of the industry.
The IIBEC mission is realized by a professional staff headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina and through the efforts of a volunteer board of directors, numerous committees and its individual members across the globe.
We invite you to discover more about IIBEC and the professional path of its members. Whether you are a current IIBEC member, a nonmember professional, or a building owner or manager seeking a qualified referral, please browse our website or contact IIBEC headquarters at 919-859-0742 or 800-828-1902.
Read the full issue of this month's IIBEC Interface technical journal in digital format.
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IIBEC and the American Society of Civil Engineers' Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) have partnered for the 2022 IIBEC/AEI Building Enclosure Symposium, November 14–15, 2022, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. More than 30 manufacturers and 300 professionals are expected to attend the live, interactive experience convening the nation's best experts in building enclosures.
The Manual of Practice is intended to provide a peer-reviewed structure for the practice of consulting in the construction of the building enclosure. In simple terms, it describes what a professional consultant does and how the consultant does it. It is recognized that consultants may utilize professional judgment as the ...
Expansion joints are specified for specialized projects in which common sealants would not be successful. When expansion joints are used, the designer or consultant must understand and correctly calculate the anticipated movement of the joint where it is installed. This course explains several items related to expansion-joint specification such as ...
Successful sealant specification, design, and installation requires consideration of the unique characteristics of different sealants. Generic sealant treatment will likely lead to sealant failure and loss of building tightness. This presentation will show the student the importance of proper sealant joint design, including factors that cause joint failure, such as ...
In this Roofing Road Trip, Heidi J. Ellsworth meets with Brian T. Pallasch, CAE, CEO/EVP of IIBEC. In a follow-up to the Stephen Patterson, RRC, PE and Dr. Madan Mehta, PE, PHD Roofing Road Trip Podcast about their new publication on Roof Drainage – Second Edition, this book was ...
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In this Roofing Road Trip, Heidi J. Ellsworth meets with Stephen Patterson, RRC, PE and Dr. Madan Mehta, PE, PHD about the unprecedented change in roof drainage design. A new publication on Roof Drainage – Second Edition, this book was funded by the CI-IIBEC Foundation. They will share ...
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IIBEC Leadership Talks about the 2020 Virtual International Convention and Trade Show
Heidi J. Ellsworth, RCS Partner, visits with Scott Hinesley, IIBEC President, Ted Sheridan, IIBEC First Vice President and Brian Pallasch, IIBEC CEO about the upcoming IIBEC 2020 Virtual International Convention and Trade Show. With the first virtual trade ...
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This course is designed for those intending to become more professional as rooftop quality assurance observers. Although not a preparation course for taking the Registered Roof Observer (RRO) exam, this course provides useful information for the observer who is studying for this registration.
The program covers the diverse and challenging ...
This hospital Owner in the mid-Atlantic region experienced complete roof failure within five years of installation. Components within the roofing assembly had debonded, warped, twisted, cupped, and distorted causing the roof no longer drain properly and left the Owner fearful that large portions of the roof would fail and blow ...
This bundles includes 6 sessions from the 2021 IIBEC Convention focusing on codes and standards. Each session in this bundle qualifies for 1.5 IIBEC CEH and 1.5 AIA LU/HSW.
Bundle includes the following courses:
Insulation: Design and Prescriptive Code Compliance
Changes Coming to the 2021 IBC Requirements for Exterior Walls on Commercial ...
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The twelfth episode of our Weekly Blend series is here! Join President Heidi J. Ellsworth and COO Karen L. Edwards for another exciting episode of this RoofersCoffeeShop® (RCS) original ...