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Raven Industries Releases New AIA CES Approved Online Learning Course for Underslab Barriers







Raven Industries Releases New AIA CES Approved Online Learning Course “Critical Elements in Specifying Underslab Moisture & Gas Barriers”

Sioux Falls, SD (February 3, 2015) —Raven Industries’ Engineered Films Division (Nasdaq:RAVN), an innovative manufacturer of specialty plastic film and sheeting, has released a new online distance learning course approved by the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System (AIA CES).  The course entitled “Critical Elements in Specifying Underslab Moisture & Gas Barriers,” is a comprehensive guide covering the critical elements for specifying underslab moisture and gas barriers to create healthy environments in commercial buildings and residential homes by preventing moisture and gas migration including radon, methane, and harmful VOCs.  The course is listed under MasterFormat™ division 07000-Thermal and Moisture Protection, 07260-Vapor Retarders.

Raven partnered with AEC Daily, a leading e-learning company to release this free online course available 24/7.  The course is accessible through www.RavenEFD.com/aia-ces, as well as the AEC Daily online learning center, which offers users continuing education courses on architecture and engineering topics geared toward the construction industry.  These courses are free and approved by the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), Green Build Certification Institute (GBCI), and many others.  The new Raven one-hour course meets Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) content requirements and upon completion, provides participants with 1.0 AIA CES HSW/LU (Learning Unit) Hour. 

“We are excited to release this online course to assist design professionals in recognizing specific performance criteria when determining the appropriate underslab barrier,” stated Jimmie Eloff, Construction Sales Manager for Raven Industries’ Engineered Films Division. 

Please contact us today for more information, or visit the Raven Engineered Films website at www.RavenEFD.com.

About Engineered Films Division: Raven Industries’ Engineered Films Division has established a well-known reputation for manufacturing and supplying high performance flexible films and sheeting to major markets throughout the United States and abroad.  Engineered Films’ strategic mission is to produce critical film and sheeting for the containment and preservation of natural environmental resources.  Their state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and proven product expertise allows them to offer the most innovative and targeted product solutions in the industry.  Find out more about Raven Engineered Films at www.ravenefd.com, or visit them on Twitter or Facebook.

Raven Engineered Films Division Brands:Marketing products under the Rufco®, DuraSkrim®, VaporBlock®, VaporBlock® Plus™, VaporBlock® G™, FeedFresh®, FeedPro-G™, HydraFlex™, VaporSafe®, GrainMax™, SoilSeal™, Absolute Barrier®, Protector™, RainFlap™, Yokelift™, WebNet™ brands.

About Raven Industries, Inc:Since 1956, Raven Industries has designed and manufactured high quality, high-value technical products.  Raven is publicly traded on NASDAQ (RAVN) and has earned an international reputation for innovation, product quality, high performance, and unmatched service.  Raven’s purpose is to solve great challenges in areas of safety, feeding the world, energy independence, and resource preservation.  To realize this purpose, we utilize our strengths in engineering, manufacturing, and technological innovation to serve the precision agriculture, high performance specialty films, aerospace, and situational awareness markets.  Visit www.RavenInd.com for more information.


Contact Information:

Cheryl Butler, Marketing Manager
Engineered Films Division
Raven Industries
Ph.: 605-335-0174