We discuss the design and construction factors that impact the long-term performance of continuously insulated thin adhered masonry veneers assemblies that meet the requirements of the Energy Code
This program will discuss thin brick manufacturing, sustainability and unique brick detailing when thin clay brick is employed in building design.
We will discuss Thin Adhered Masonry Veneer and the wide variety of potential uses for them including new and renovation applications. We will cover how to meet the requirements of the Energy Code when utilizing these assemblies.
Learn how AIA’s most used contracts address the disruptions and delays due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
There is a growing body of research that links sound to human health. The role of acoustic design in healthcare facilities is crucial in creating health, comfort and privacy.
The ABA Forum, in conjunction with the AIA, has assembled an expert panel to lift up the curtain and explore some of the key changes, the bases for the changes, and how they are being interpreted and applied in the industry, including the individuals who were integrally involved in drafting these documents. Whether you are a construction lawyer, consultant, or an industry practitioner, you won’t want to miss this important program for a summary of the key changes, from the perspective of project owners and construction managers.
The EPIC Metals Course covers the use of Architecturally aesthetic design solutions for open structure projects ranging from simple canopies to huge airport concourses. EPIC can provide over 70 different profiles of Acoustic and Non-Acoustic Roof and Floor deck, all intended to provide a finished Architectural ceiling while functioning as a major Structural component of the project. Many types of projects—schools, gymnasiums, Natatoriums, canopies, transportation facilities, conference centers, wellness facilities, multi-tenant buildings, perforated architectural screening, and more are addressed.