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Building Envelope Commissioning From the Mason Contractor’s Perspective

Provider: Mason Contractors Association of America
Discipline: Codes & Standards
Credits: 1.00

A discussion of the components of both the building enclosure coordination program (BECP) and BECx. A successful BECx must mandate a BECP within the specifications.

Learning Objectives:

  1. What is a Building Enclosure Commissioning Program (BECx)?
  2. Why do Owners and Architects seek to implement a BECx on their projects?
  3. What must a mason do to provide the deliverables for a a project where BECx is stipulated?
  4. What must a mason contractor include in reference to the BECx at the time of project bidding?
  5. What is a building enclosure coordination program (BECP)and why is it critical for all subcontractors to implement a BECP.

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