Presents new insights on how EIFS delivers value, quality and performance to exterior wall enclosures
TORONTO, The EIFS Council of Canada’s (ECC) presents two significant papers examining the EIFS’ value proposition in the context of the ECC’s EIFS Quality Assurance Program (EQI). Independently written by Dr. Ted Kesik, Professor of Building Science at University of Toronto, a respected leader in the Canadian building science field, the papers explain the way EIFS is being leveraged by designers, manufacturers, contractors, owners and investors to deliver value, quality, and performance in both new and retrofit building projects.
The first paper: How to Arrive at the True Value Propositions of EIFS, explores the value propositions of EIFS by defining a framework for fair valuation that can be used to determine EIFS’ benefits and limitations. The second paper: The EIFS Council of Canada EQI Program Value Proposition examines the value propositions in the context of successful delivery through the EIFS Quality Assurance Program.
“Dr. Kesik presented the papers during a workshop at our recent annual meeting,” commented John M. Garbin, President/CEO EIFS Council of Canada & EIFS Quality Assurance Program Inc. “We are pleased to make these two important papers available to a broader audience.”