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Achieve Net Zero Building Goals with Carbon Fiber Reinforced Precast Sandwich Walls

Concrete is an essential part of modern buildings. As net zero energy buildings become more common, it is crucial to find ways to reduce concrete’s carbon footprint without losing the performance characteristics that make it valuable to the building team. This course explains the sources of concrete’s carbon footprint and explores strategies for reducing embodied carbon and operational carbon in precast sandwich wall panels and insulated architectural cladding.

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Sponsor: AltusGroup

Presenter: John Carson, AltusGroup

Delivery Format: Online, Self-Paced

Duration: 1 hour

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