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  •  1 hour

    This program introduces Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) as a construction technology as well as highlights the benefits of ICF structures for builders and occupants. By the end of the program, participants will have the information and knowledge required to design with ICFs.


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  •  1 hour

    This course provides an overview of rooftop support systems and includes discussions on: Consequences of inadequate support apparatuses. How to properly manage dead weight on roofing systems without penetrating the roof, while allowing for increased load distribution and flexibility How support systems successfully manage loads, as well as thermal movement and vibration Selection of proper support components, assemblies and applications, and the importance of their overall performance to the roofing system. Support system design and installation process.


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    A presentation that explains the key benefits of rubber in sustainable building. Secondly an explanation of how rubber flooring products can contribute to LEED points.


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    A presentation that explains the importance of specifying the surface that best suits the activity and conditions of play. By correctly specifying the best surface for the conditions the risk of injuries is greatly minimized.


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    A presentation that explains the Life Cycle Benefits and attributes of flooring surfaces for the Healthcare environment.


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    A presentation that explains the evolution of athletic tracks and synthetic turf.


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    A presentation that explains the evolution and sources of Rubber and the discovery of the vulcanization process.


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    Provides and overview of the characteristics insulating glass sealants must provide to ensure long term thermal performance, structural durability and longevity of insulating glass units.


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  •  1 hour

    This Free AIA HSW/SD seminar focuses on installation methods and waterproofing systems that comply with industry guidelines and prevent failures. You will examine moisture/vapor transmission and crack isolation, as well as ancillary design elements that contribute to the success of your waterproofing detail. The real world examples presented are timely, practical, and enable you to effectively implement the knowledge gained.


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  •  1 hour

    This course will cover general water conservation, LEED standards and how to specify water-saving plumbing solutions that contribute to the big picture. This course was developed for all architects; specifically for those who specify plumbing products. This course will help you understand municipal water supply/demand and how they affect water conservation.


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    The course provides an overview of gate and fencing systems, which are both functional and decorative, and are designed to meet modern security and design requirements while harmonizing with the surrounding environment. At the end of this program, participants will be able to identify a wide range of exterior and interior applications of today’s fence and gate systems based on their functional, decorative, and security requirements. We will discuss today’s fence and gate systems in terms of their composition, materials, coatings, and finishes, classify gate track configurations, hardware, hinges, and locking mechanisms. We will identify the performance elements of various types of fencing systems, and the attributes of a variety of infill panel designs. Finally, we will assess factors such as security, efficiency, aesthetics, and the sur rounding environment, and specify the most appropriate gate and/or fencing system for a specific application.


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