FCSI, CCPR, FABAA, LEED Green Assoc., CABS
Roy Schauffele is an internationally published author and speaker in the fields of energy conservation and sustainable building envelopes, including insulation, air barrier technology, roofing and waterproofing, vegetative and cool roofing – all with an eye toward improving building science, performance and quality of life. He is the inventor of “The Perfect Wall,” which is now the nationwide building code standard for wall construction.
Roy is president and founder of Division 7 Solutions, Inc., now entering its 32nd year of continuous operations. He is also a past board chairman of the Air Barrier Association of America (ABAA) , after serving three terms, and was the first regional ABAA advocate.
As a technical advisor to Build San Antonio Green (BSAG), Roy won an award in 2012 for his technical contributions and was named the (2016) Individual Green Practitioner by the City of San Antonio for Sustainable Education and Outreach. He was the first technical director of Single Ply Roofing Institute and a Construction Specifications Institute board director.
Roy has also been an elected city councilperson, a Texas Senate and Gubernatorial appointed official, and currently serves by mayoral and city council appointment on the City of San Antonio, Small Business Advocacy Committee.
Globally, he is the only person to be a Fellow of both CSI and ABAA, and at this time he is the only Certified Air Barrier Specialist. He continues to be a requested national speaker on air barriers, roofing, insulation, energy conservation design and sustainability.
SESSION TITLE: The Big Disconnect – The Importance of Wall to Roof Connections for the Air Barrier