Chapter Event


DURATION: 1 hour
TIME: 12:30 P.M. – 1:30 P.M. AST Sign in begins at 12:15 P.M.
LOCATION: Dalhousie University , School of Architecture, Ralph Medjuck Building, Room HB4. 5410 Spring Garden Rd. Halifax, NS  B3J 1B6 

Event highlights

This session will discuss an effective approach to air sealing.  AeroBarrier is an innovative, automated envelope sealing technology designed to make energy efficient buildings attainable for all.  You will learn how this sealing technology safely and effectively seals the entire building though an automated, computer-driven, precision-controlled technology.  The presenters will also discuss how this technology eliminates the problems and shortcomings of traditional construction techniques with respect to effective air sealing.

Murray Tate, PEng., has over 25 years experience in the construction industry and holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Dalhousie University.  Throughout his career Murray has been involved in the construction of residential, commercial, multi-tenant and institutional buildings.  His construction experience spans the roles of general labourer through Senior Project Manager.  Murray is also a LEED AP and certified Passive House Builder.  

Ben Bates is a Mechanical Engineering Technologist with eight years experience in the manufacturing and construction sectors.  He joined Tate Engineering in July 2019 as an AeroBarrier Technician.







**This is an Atlantic Chapter event open to the public and providing special *member pricing* to its Chapter members. If you are an employee of a national member company, please sign in to and join the Chapter for free, to become eligible for member pricing. If your company is not a national member, you can join the Chapter as an individual, or encourage your company to become a national member. Please note early bird pricing ends on April 16th, 2019.



Please arrive by 12.15PM to sign-in to this event.

Lunch will be provided by Tate Engineering.

For questions regarding this event please contact Lara Ryan at
About the Chapter
Hosted by the CaGBC Atlantic Chapter.

The CaGBC Atlantic Chapter seeks to lead and accelerate the transformation to high-performing healthy green buildings, homes and communities throughout the Atlantic Region.

1/27/2020 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Dalhousie University, School of Architecture Ralph Medjck Building, Room HB4 5410 Spring Garden Rd Halifax, NS B3J1B6 CANADA
This event is full.
​Please Note:​ You must have a CaGBC account and be signed in to register for this course.