The Building Enclosure Council of St. Louis, a chapter of a national network of Building Enclosure Councils, is dedicated to improving the performance and sustainability of building enclosures.
We provide a forum for contractors, designers, enclosure consultants, building owners, and construction products representatives to exchange perspectives & ideas on the building enclosure issues in our local climate.
The formation of the BEC-STL was made possible by the contributions of our Founding Partners and program sponsors.
The future of the BEC-STL will depend on membership participation.
The strength of the BEC-STL will depend on participation of the membership on committees and through exchange of perspective, information, and ideas.
Building Science Corporation provides consulting specializing in building technology. Visit their website for more information.
For detailed information on vapor diffusion and condensation control for commercial wall assemblies check out ROXUL’s website.
The dew point shall always fall outside of the water control layer of the building and never fall inside insulated studs or behind that water control layer.
Yes, the code refers to NFPA 285 which identifies testing requirements for all components in an exterior skin assembly.
The St. Louis Chapter of BEC (Building Enclosure Council) web site is your portal to ask questions and have dialog with BEC board members.