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– with building coatings specialist Eric Prester
Continuing Education Units - 1 hour
As commercial building designs become more complex and demand for energy efficiency rises, choosing the right air and water-resistive barriers (AWBs) is imperative.
In this educational AIA webinar, Eric Prester explores the topic of silicone AWBs in detail, covering:
An introduction to AWBs
The benefits of AWBs
Codes and requirements
100% silicone vs other chemistries
Key benefits of 100% silicone AWBs
Following the webinar, you’ll understand how to discern between different AWB solutions, and how to select the right products that will perform and protect buildings over the long term.
Eric Prester is a building coatings specialist based in Chicago. He is our current Market Segment Leader for GE Silicones with focused strategy around silicones sealants and coatings within the Americas.
Prior to this role, Eric began his career with The Sherwin Williams Company, where he spent nearly 15 years in a variety of roles centered around architectural, commercial, and industrial coatings systems. He spent additional time specifying architectural coatings at ICP Building Solutions before joining GE Silicones in 2018 as our Midwest Regional Account Manager.
Eric has been in an active role and attended numerous conferences with local and national Building Enclosure Conference organizations and the Air Barrier Association of America