Not always a good thing.
As Fall suddenly presented itself in late September, the InSoFast team traveled to St Louis, Missouri for EEBA’s annual Excellence in Building Conference. In just three days over 50 educational sessions were lead, dozens of product booths were set up and hundreds of industry professionals gathered to discuss building science practices and techniques.
One of our main goals at the conference was to address the question, “Why Work So Hard?” when it comes to building science issues. We believe it’s important to reevaluate the norm by taking a simple step back and pondering this basic concept. For example, by reassessing how you add insulation to your exterior walls, you can simplify and improve the installation process. To do it right is a multi-step-multi-part-multi-trade practice. These methods of thought are always present when developing InSoFast products.
So to wrap up a year’s worth of building science gatherings, we’d like to thank everyone involved. Your involvement, collaboration and conversation is what makes EEBA the forefront of building science and product integration. And don’t forget to ask yourself, “Why Work So Hard?”
Can you believe this is where the conference took place? St. Louis Union Station was once the busiest passenger rail terminal in the world, but has since been converted into a hotel, marketplace and event venue.
A quick look at the exhibit hall floor in action. Dozens of leaders in building products and services set up booth’s for the exhibition, including InSoFast and Anderson Windows.
Conference attendees wait for the DOE Zero Energy Ready Home Builder Awards Ceremony to begin. Read more about the program on our blog post DOE Zero Energy Ready Homes.
Dean Seibert, our Vice President of Sales shows off the InSoFast Exhibit Booth.
Edward Scherrer, our President and Innovations Officer explains the InSoFast EX 2.5 panel to a Conference participant.
An onsite demonstration of InSoFast’s Tongue and Groove Interlock.
One of the many magnificent outdoor areas of St Louis Union Station where the Conference took place. Not a bad place to take a lunch break.