Wagdy Anis Symposium on Building Science 2023
Building Enclosures that Last | October 26, 2023
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THE CALL FOR ABSTRACTS IS NOW OPEN
The symposium planning committee seeks submission of 200-word abstracts on the theme Building Enclosures that Last. We encourage participation by representatives from a wide range of perspectives including: building ownership and operations; design, engineering and construction at each phase of a project; research & development of construction methods, materials and products. The structure of the symposium will include 30-minute talks and 60-minute panel presentations. We recommend that each panel include no more than 4 speakers. Ideas for workshops and student papers will be welcomed.
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The deadline to submit is Friday, June 9, 2023.
About Wagdy Anis FAIA (1941-2018)
Wagdy Anis served the architectural profession as a skilled problem solver, teacher, and advocate for the integrity and performance of the building enclosure in a career that spanned more than five decades.
During his 40-year tenure at Shepley Bulfinch Richardson & Abbott, Anis became a leader in the application of building science principles to the practice of building enclosure design. In 2008 he joined Wiss, Janney, Elstner as a building enclosure consultant. Seven years later he established his own practice, Anis Building Enclosure Consulting. To view his full bio, please click here.
About the Building Enclosure Council
The Boston Building Enclosure Council (B-BEC) is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to promote technical excellence in the design and construction of the building enclosure. B-BEC is led by architects and building enclosure experts, to provide a forum where members of the design and construction industry can discuss common issues and share information on materials and methods, with the goal of promoting the well-informed application of building science to construction of commercial and residential buildings. We support this mission through monthly meetings and periodic special events, featuring panels, presentations, discussions and related activities.