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Utilizing Sustainable Acoustic and Thermal Insulation to Solve Design Challenges, a Tech Talk with K-13 Spray-On Systems


About This Program

This course examines how spray-applied acoustic and thermal insulation can be utilized to optimize comfort and productivity in a variety of project types. Attendees will also learn how these materials can help achieve their sustainable design goals and help reduce the carbon footprint of a project.

Session Takeaways

  • Develop knowledge of how room acoustics affect how people operate within a space.
  • Address the need for acoustical finishes and describe how spray-applied acoustical finishes can be utilized to contribute to project success.
  • Analyze the relationship between thermal and acoustical insulation and sustainable design.
  • Examine design concepts where spray-applied acoustic and thermal insulation was utilized.

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Learning Units

CSI: 1.0 LU*
*May be submitted for domain specific learning units to CDT recertification, and/or general learning units for CCCA, CCS, and CCPR.

Relevant Practices

General Project Delivery
Quality Assurance/Quality Control


  • Neal Bonner

    Neal Bonner is a Regional Sales Manager for International Cellulose Corporation (K-13), primarily responsible for the Central Region of the United States. Neal is a continuing education provider for the American Institute of Architects’ Continuing Education System. He strives to find innovative ways to inform the design community on how spray applied thermal and acoustic insulation can contribute to the success of all types of projects.

July 23, 2024
Tue 2:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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