Roofing supplier GAF became a full program sponsor for the Energy Efficient Roofing 2013 conference to be held on April 8 and 9 in Charlotte, N.C.
“GAF is proud to sponsor Energy Efficient Roofing 2013. We view our partnership with the conference as a natural extension to GAF’s commitment to energy efficiency and sustainability.”
John Calhoon, a principal at Principia and chair for the conference, said: “We are very excited to have GAF as the full program sponsor for Energy Efficient Roofing 2013 as they have been involved in the conference since the early planning stages. GAF is a leader in the roofing industry and their sponsorship is a reflection of the commitment they’ve made to energy efficiency and sustainability in commercial and residential roofing.”
Tony Ruffine, GAF’s VP sustainability and strategic marketing, said: “GAF is proud to sponsor Energy Efficient Roofing 2013. We view our partnership with the conference as a natural extension to GAF’s commitment to energy efficiency and sustainability.”
Energy Efficient Roofing 2013 represents Principia’s latest executive conference focused on a fast growing segment in the building materials industry. This high-level management conference will deliver timely business and technical issues relevant to the energy-efficient segment of the roofing industry. Energy Efficient Roofing 2013 is the only conference devoted to this hot topic.
The conference features speakers from across the value chain from leading manufacturers and national roofing contractors to industry associations, advocacy groups and thought leaders in energy-efficient construction. Andre Desjarlais, group leader of Building Envelope Research at Oak Ridge National Labs, will discuss the latest designs in energy-efficient roof and attic design. Chris Mathis from Mathis Consulting Company will explore issues such as, why is it a good investment to design and construct a durable and energy-efficient roof in his session, “Why Buildings Matter.”
Visit roofingconference.com for the conference program.