Please join us as Michael Sloane and Charles Moniz lead a presentation on unitized curtain walls and how to successfully design and implement the system to meet the project performance requirements and schedule. They will also provide guidance on how to choose whether unitized curtain wall is appropriate for your project or whether a stick built system or “mega wall” type assembly is more appropriate. This is the second installment in our series on prefabricated wall assemblies.
Michael Sloane is General Manager of Ipswich Bay Glass Company, Inc. with over 25 years of experience in the exterior facade industry. Ipswich Bay Glass Company is a local Boston company which engineers, fabricates and installs all fenestration systems, stick curtain wall, unitized curtain wall, unitized stud back up wall systems, glass, composite panel systems, terracotta, concrete reinforced panels, entry systems, interior systems and numerous other elements of the building envelope. Michael is involved with the design assist process at the beginning of the project, engineering and design, material procurement, fabrication, field installation of all products and the overall day to day operations at Ipswich Bay Glass Company, Inc.
Charles Moniz is Director of Sales and Estimating of Ipswich Bay Glass Company, Inc. with over 20 years' experience in the exterior facade industry. Charles is very involved in preliminary design, working with the design team, choice of systems and suppliers to meet the buildings needs and the budget control process for all projects during the design phase. Charles stays involved during the engineering process and is also involved in the day to day estimating and sales process at Ipswich Bay Glass Company, Inc.
1.5 LU AIA credits are available.
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