FGIA Webinars Events



Nov 29, 2022

Presentation: Energy Advisors are Important Partners: Understanding Their Role and Contributions

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Energy Advisors (EA) play a significant role in the Part 9 residential building sector. This webinar will deepen your understanding of the contribution of EAs with builders as well as ensuring compliance with the National Building Code, and how they enhance engagement and decision making with builders. EAs play a central role, today and in the future, as the country embraces the new National Building Code.

The provided information will be specific to the Canadian market, but all participants are welcome.

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Aug 24, 2022

Webinar: FGIA/NGA Embodied Carbon in Glazing and Fenestration

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Join us for this complimentary webinar, hosted by FGIA and NGA, on the EC3 tool. During the session, Phil Northcott, CEO of C-Change Labs, will be discussing the full capabilities of the Embodied Carbon in Construction Calculator, including an introduction to the tool, project background, scope and workflows and an overview of the tool's functionality as it pertains to glazing and fenestration.
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Jul 19, 2022

Webinar: FGIA U.S. Market Studies Overview with Forecasts

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Released at the end of April, the latest FGIA industry market study will be discussed by Limb. The presentation will feature highlights of current trends and future changes in the fenestration market, as well as scenarios that impact the industry, including the current volatility with supply chain issues, the war in Ukraine, inflation and interest rate increases. The session will also cover how the study is prepared and how prior forecasts compared with actual market results. This members-only webinar will conclude with a question-and-answer session with Limb.
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Jan 18, 2022

Webinar: Gas Filling of Insulating Glass Units, Part 1

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The first installment of this series will provide a baseline understanding of the mechanics and benefits of a gas-filled sealed insulating glass unit. In a future session, we will delve into a more technically-advanced overview and demonstration of the gas filling process, including quality control testing and field testing. 

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