AIA Course #20180419 LU/HSW 1 Hour
Compressed construction cycles, EPA and OSHA regulation changes, ICRA and LEED standards, all influence how we build. Our approach to conditioning the environment in which we perform that work has not. New technologies, such as hydronic heating, offer temporary jobsite heating that provides dry, even heat; reduces moisture issues; keeps schedules on track; saves fuel costs, and provides a healthier and quieter work environment. Learn how Ohio contractors are using hydronic heating to create more productive, successful, and profitable projects.
For over 20 years Heath Warner has helped solve construction related issues for contractors, architects, and building owners. As the Climate Control Specialist for the Chas. E. Phipps Company, Heath advises all members of the project team on how to create a healthier and more productive job-site environment. Heath is a member of Ohio Concrete and CSI, CDT certified.