Andrew Ask Building Science Symposium 2020 Registration Open

Scenic view of Bonita Springs Florida, looking across canal towards large building and boat docks.

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.—January 21, 2020—Registration is now open for the Andrew Ask Building Science Symposium 2020, which will take place March 25-26 at the Southwest Florida Performing Arts Center in Bonita Springs, Florida. The two-day symposium will feature expert speakers leading sessions on a variety of building management and IAQ topics. Additionally, participants can enjoy dinner, drinks, and networking opportunities at the Building Science Spring Training Camp the evening of March 25 at nearby Haze Venue.

Courses will cover topics like ventilation strategies for humid climates, vented vs. sealed attics, crawlspace concerns, principles of IAQ, fire safety in high rise buildings, best practices for duct work, disaster recovery, and more. For the full symposium agenda and course descriptions, click here. Featured speakers will include Joseph Lstibureck, Allison Bailes, Gary Nelson, Todd DeMonte, Kimberly Llewellyn, and Kristof Irwin.

Hot breakfast and lunch will be provided each day of the symposium. Preferred registration includes all sessions and meals for both days, including dinner and drinks at the Building Science Spring Training Camp presented by Ultra Aire Wednesday evening. Alternatively, participants can choose single day registration for one or both symposium days. Lodging is available at two nearby hotels with shuttle transportation provided to and from the Symposium and Spring Training Camp venues. The reservation deadline for discounted room rates at Hampton Inn or Holiday Inn Express is February 24. For preferred hotel reservations, click here.

For more information about the Andrew Ask Building Science Symposium 2020, click here. To register for the event, visit

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