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CCG Automation, in partnership with Mays Consulting Presented a Seminar on Building Envelope: The Hidden Truth

Posted on 5/1/2017

CCG Automation, in partnership with Mays Consulting of Columbus, had a very successful seminar on the importance of proper thermal scanning of building envelopes.  The seminar focused on how the building envelope impacts comfort, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, productivity, building structure and equipment life.  Attendees learned about proper design, proper commission of the envelope, the right approach to thermographic scanning, building pressure optimization, and partnering with experts.

Some feedback from the seminar included, “One of the best seminars I've been to,” “very professional and very well done,” and “I now know where to look for potential issues and how to identify them.”

Join CCG in their next seminar, Design Assist Seminar on May 10 at AGMC Health & Wellness Center on Medina Rd. in Akron, Ohio where you will learn about: what Design Assist means and why you should use it, what a performance-based specification means, how to select contractors that will fit your team goals based on past performances, how to let comfort (productivity) and energy efficiency (lower operating costs) lead your building design, how building automation drives efficiency and protects equipment investments and steps for applying Design Assist to your building projects.

About Mays Consulting

Mays Consulting and Evaluation Services, Inc. is an independent and unbiased consulting and engineering firm devoted exclusively to roofing, building envelope and waterproofing systems.  Their staff of consultants, engineers and technicians performs a multitude of services specializing in roofing, waterproofing and building envelope systems. 

From restoration to new construction, they utilize extensive roofing, waterproofing and building envelope expertise to provide their clients with intelligent, cost-effective evaluation, design and technical services.


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