There are many different options that must be considered when determining the door hardware needed for doorways when planning buildings. This program will cover the different criteria and the applications of locksets and their functions, exit devices, and access control systems.
We will analyze and discuss how building with resilient materials and methods will reduce our carbon footprint, positively affect our environment, and help alter the course of environmental climate change overall.
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
Understanding Insulated Concrete Board Panels and their benefits and advantages and why we need insulated concrete board in todays world
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.
Participants will gain a general understanding of available rolling closure product lines so that the most applicable products can be specified to meet end user needs.
This Guardian Glass CEU is intended to help architect appreciate the value of fabrication as he stepped in the total glassmaking process – as well as the fabrication choices and consideration they should know for their projects.
Topics discussed include daylighting strategies available through the integration of structural sandwich panels, energy conservation, enhancements, options, form and aesthetics. The many benefits to health, productivity, safety and sustainable design will be discussed, as well as specialty applications including explosion venting, blast resistance, OSHA fall through protection and hurricane resistance
To educate architects, specifiers & designers on the new ANSI/AWI 0641 Architectural Wood Casework.