SprayFoam Convention & Expo 2010

Spray Foam 2010Thank you to each attendee, member, speaker, exhibitor, and, of course our sponsors for making this event a huge success.

 

 

SPFA Annual Workhorse Award

SF10 Attendee List
SF10 Exhibitor List 
 

General & Break-out Session Presentations: The information provided herein are believed to be accurate and reliable, but are presented without guarantee or  warranty of any kind, express or implied.  User assumes all risk and liability for use of the information and results obtained.  Statements or suggestions concerning possible use of materials and processes are made without representation or warranty that any such use is free of patent infringement, and are not recommendations to infringe any patent.  The user should not assume that all safety measures are indicated herein, or that other measures may or may not be required. (some are large files)

Tuesday, February 16, 2010
General Session:
SPFA Committee Reports

Session I:
Green Claims & R-Value, Monica Ntiru Karamagi
SPF Hazard Awareness & Communications, Jim Andersen
SPF Workplace Best Practices & PPE Use, Bill Robert & Rick Duncan

Session II:
ABAA/CUFCA Update, Laverne Dalgleish
Solar Panel, Vegetative Roofs & SPF, Jim Kirby
SPF Equipment Update & Troubleshooting, Joe Hearon

Session III:
Principles in Quality Control (Roofing, Coatings & Insulation)
, Robb Smith & Mason Knowles
Blower Door & Thermal Imaging-(Other) Tools of the Trade, Peter Burns
Tax Incentives & SPF, Dick West & Bob Duke

Wednesday, February 17, 2010
General Session:
Federal Safety Panel Session

Session I:
Green Claims & R-Value, Monica Ntiru Karamagi
SPF Hazard Awareness & Communications, Jim Andersen
SPF Workplace Best Practices & PPE Use, Bill Robert & Rick Duncan

Session II:
Code Changes & Working with Code Officials, Steve Williams
cPVC Building Compatibility Project Completion Summary & Findings, Mary Bogdan, Rick Duncan, Kevin Daugherty, & Clarence Tolbert
Department of Defense (DoD) SPF Programs, John Spiller

Congratulations to all our Contractor Awards Nominees and Winners
Special Recognition
West Roofing Systems for EITS at Forward Operating Bases - Iraq

Category - Commercial Wall
Runner-up: FoamCoat Roofing and Coatings for the Burlington Composting Facility
Winner:  Masterbond SP Inc. for the Hartford VT High School

Category - Residential Wall
Runner-up: Sadler Coating Systems for the Louis Schaal Home Addition
Winner:  Homeway Homes for the Solar Decathlon Gable House

Category - Roof Foam > 40,000 Sq. Ft.
Runner-up: Insulated Roofing Contractors for the Loudon County Schools, Phases 1 and 2
Winner:  Energy Shield, Inc. for the USPS in Saginaw Michigan

Category - Roof Foam < 40,000 Sq. Ft.
Runner-up: Kohls Foam Systems, Inc. for the Rocky Mountain Institute/Lovins Banana Farm
Winner:  West Roofing Systems, Inc. for the Ohio Turnpike Commission

Category - Tanks and Vessels
Runner-up: FoamCoat Roofing & Coatings for the Columbus Southerly Waste Water Treatment Plant
Winner:  Platinum Building Solutions for the Temperature Phased Anaerobic Digester Tanks

Category - Other
Runner-up: Henderson Johnson Co Inc. for King and King Architects
Winner:  Vertex Insulation for the Anaktuvuk Pass

SPFA would like to thank our sponsors  It is due to their commitment and leadership that SPFA is able to deliver such a great conference experience for our attendees.

Tier I Sponsors:
Certainteed    Graco    Honeywell
 
Huntsman   NCFI Polyurethanes   sprayfoam.com

Tier II Sponsors:

BASF Polyurethane Foam Enterprises LLC
BaySystems
Center for the Polyurethanes Industry (CPI)
Foam Supplies, Inc.
Spray Foam Magazine

 

SPFA believes that the path to a healthful, safe, high-quality and performing SPF installation travels through the hands of a knowledgeable, trained, experienced, and ideally PCP-certified professional contractor.