ClarkDietrich

ClarkDietrich

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9050 Centre Pointe Drive, Suite 400
West Chester, OH 45069
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  • What’s an EPD and HPD? This course will go over how EPDs and HPDs play a valuable role in LEED v4 and the importance of product transparency. It also discusses differences between LEED versions 2009 and v4 with a focus on the Materials and Resources credit category for the new LEED v4, which had a significant overhaul. This presentation will also cover the supply chain, recycled content and benefits of building with steel.


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  • Having an up to date specification starts with understanding what is in the building code. This course reviews the requirements that steel framing must meet to be compliant to IBC 2018. It covers the standards for manufacturing tolerances, minimum thickness and protective coatings. Participants will also review fire-rated partitions.


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  • Connections play a vital role in the performance of cold-formed steel framing assemblies. This course is designed to differentiate the various connectors, clips and framing hardware used to make or support coldformed framing connections. The course will conclude with a representation of allowable load tables and the importance of determining the proper method of attachment to the structure.


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  • Confused about the various types of laths available? Want to know the advantages of each? What are the ASTM standards the various types of lath are required to meet? What are some of the challenges of lath and plaster? This course will answer these questions and review best practices and solutions.


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  • This course will discuss in detail the different options one has in specifying vinyl accessories while also demonstrating how vinyl components are a viable option for many building designs. The program focuses on the different cladding systems including Stucco, EIFS/DEFS and Manufactured Stone Veneer and how vinyl components are integrated into those systems. The program highlights common issues encountered when installing these systems and design methods to avoid pitfalls; providing solutions for these every day concerns.


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  • This course will provide information on steel shapes with intumescent fire stopping. It will help you to understand what information UL head-of-wall and other perimeter fire assemblies provide. Does your specified joint protection perform as it is intended to perform? This presentation will address these issues as well as present what you need to know about how intumescents provide joint protection and the updates to UL 2079 testing. The course will review how to interpret the information provided in UL joint assemblies, what the criteria is for dynamic and static movement, what leakage ratings are provided, and what pitfalls to watch out for in perimeter joint systems.


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  • This course will educate the AEC team on what the advantages are for utilizing cold-formed steel framing in the construction of mid-rise structures. It discusses the reasons to use cold-formed steel framing for the structural frame of the buildings, the preferred method of construction to frame the building, as well as the advantages realized by the members of the owner/designer/builder team.


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