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Noncombustible Structural Subflooring Everything You Need to Know About Magnesium Oxide

Course No.: DB06-W4 This course is designed for architects, engineers, designers, and construction professionals to understand the origins and applications of magnesium oxide for use in building design and construction as a structural subflooring material. This program provides participants with the tools necessary to design with magnesium oxide panels. The session includes an overview of the latest advancements in magnesium oxide (MgO) products, practical uses and applications, and guidance for contract documents.

Lesson(s): 0 Test: Yes HSW: Yes SD: No ADA: No

Sponsor: DragonBoard USA
Free

Designing with MgO Structural Insulated Panels II

Course No: IEBS0702-W | Narration: No | Videos: No | In this course, the design professional will discover how High-performance MgO Insulated Structural panels are a part of an energy-efficiency design strategy that can improve energy efficiency and performance with small to medium size projects. Designers will also learn about the unique properties of SIPs such as high fire ratings, greater R-Values and superior structural integrity that make the system out perform traditional building methods. In learning these things designers will take away the knowledge that not only are SIPs a strong, environmentally friendly building material, but also a cost effective way to build.

Lesson(s): 0 Test: Yes HSW: Yes SD: Yes ADA: No

Sponsor: Innova Eco Building System
15.00 USD

ADA Standards for Barrier-Free Bathware for Assisted Living

Course No.: PD-CB22-W1 This program is intended for design professionals who want to gain knowledge and understanding over the following: The different Codes and Regulations that govern ADA compliance. ADA requirements for shower stalls. Available ADA compliant shower stalls. Understanding the 2012 ADA Standards proper applications for different ADA complaint showers & proper installation of a barrier free showers.

Lesson(s): 0 Test: Yes HSW: Yes SD: No ADA: Yes

Sponsor: Architect-Forum
Free

Vehicular Gate & Operator Systems: Easy To Learn Design Criteria For Compliance With The UL325 & ASTM2200 Nation

Course No.: TY0813-W Provides an overview of the NEWLY REVISED 2016 UL325 National Standard. The course will guide design professionals on how to properly specify automated vehicular gates and also include important facts to know about UL325 and ASTM F 2200 Standards as they apply to automated gates. The design professional will learn in detail those standards and what to do to protect the firm and client liability.

Lesson(s): 0 Test: Yes HSW: Yes SD: No ADA: No

Sponsor: Tymetal Corp.
Free

BOLLARD BASICS: New ASTM F3016 Standard is a Design Liability Game Changer! V3

Course No.: TY0815-W This program will cover why the new ASTM F3016 Standard was developed and what the Bollard design specifier now needs to know to protect their company and customers from low speed vehicle impact liability. Provided is a thorough explanation and overview of how Bollards and other Vehicle Impact Protective Devices are tested under the new national low speed ASTM F3016 Standard and why traditional concrete filled Bollards fail this test method.

Lesson(s): 0 Test: Yes HSW: Yes SD: No ADA: No

Sponsor: Tymetal Corp.
Free

Understanding Crash Barriers and Hostile Vehicle Mitigation v2

Course No.: TY0814-W This course contains information that will take a designer through the history of crash rated barriers in the US. It will outline the different organizations and testing criteria involved in certifying a vehicle barrier as “crash rated”. You will be introduced to several aspects of perimeter security and Hostile Vehicle Mitigation. This includes some of the design concepts and ideology to achieve the required security level. We will analyze the different types of barriers, both crash and non-crash rated, that may be used as part of threat deterrence. The course also offers some insight into the analysis of site-specific information that may help guide your decisions on what type of barriers to select. Finally we will look at the current climate of vehicle-borne attacks and the security measures being taken to thwart them.

Lesson(s): 0 Test: Yes HSW: Yes SD: No ADA: No

Sponsor: Tymetal Corp.
Free

ADA Compliance: Understanding ADA Guidelines for Detectable Warnings v2

Course No.: TW3207-W This course will provide a comprehensive, up to date overview of the current requirements, standards, and guidelines within the ADA, ADAAG, PROWAAC and more. These guidelines and regulations help ensure the safety and welfare of our beloved Disabled Citizens. In the final chapters of this presentation there are several comparisons made which contrast the difference between the various types of Detectable Warning products that are currently available in the industry including Hi-Tech Concrete. Also included is an overview of how each system can fail if not installed properly. | ADA California Compliant

Lesson(s): 0 Test: Yes HSW: Yes SD: No ADA: Yes

Sponsor: Tymetal Corp.
Free

Operable Glass Wall Systems in Green Design III

Course No: NAN0803-W Provides an overview of the characteristics of large opening glass walls and how they contribute to good indoor air quality. The program will also discuss valuable green building design in relation to large operable openings; such as daylighting, energy efficiency, and design.

Lesson(s): 0 Test: Yes HSW: Yes SD: Yes ADA: No

Sponsor: NanaWall Systems, Inc.

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Photoluminescence: Applied Use in Code Compliance and Enhanced Safety

LUNCH and LEARN: Falls are responsible for more open wounds, fractures, and brain injuries than any other cause of injury. Photoluminescent (PL) exit path markers have proven to provide safe and quick egress in all light conditions for occupants and fail-safe guidance to first responders entering unfamiliar surroundings in the event of an emergency. This course discusses the benefits of PL safety products and the codes and testing standards related to PL way-finding systems.

Lesson(s): 0 Test: No HSW: Yes SD: No ADA: No

Sponsor: Ecoglo Inc.
Free

ADA Compliance: Understanding ADA Guidelines for Detectable Warnings -F

LUNCH and LEARN: Course #: TW3206-F This course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of the current requirements, standards, and guidelines within the ADA, ADAAG, PROWAAC and more. These guidelines and regulations help ensure the safety and welfare of the visually impaired community. The second half of the presentation will describe the various types of Detectable Warning products available in the industry today including Nano-Engineered Polymer Concrete.

Lesson(s): 0 Test: No HSW: Yes SD: No ADA: Yes

Sponsor: TekWay Dome-Tiles by StrongGo
Free

Protecting Buildings From the Elements with Acrylic Sealant Technology

LUNCH and LEARN: Course #: TS0701-F This session provides a summary of construction sealants (i.e. silicone, urethane, hybrid and acrylic) and presents the benefits of acrylic technology in sealing buildings. It provides an overview of the various sealant technologies used in commercial construction. Learn the differences of sealant products including the pros and cons of each chemistry. Including the introduction of high-performance water borne technology, acrylic-urethane, and its benefits in commercial applications. Discover how acrylic-urethane sealant, AU-1, performs providing an acceptable alternative to silicone and polyurethane for long term building integrity.

Lesson(s): 0 Test: No HSW: Yes SD: No ADA: No

Sponsor: Tower Sealants
Free

Steep Slope Roofing Prescriptives

LUNCH and LEARN: Course #: MRP0710-F The primary goal of this presentation is to provide architects and steep slope designers information to ensure their steep slope roofing system will perform as expected. This course will teach the differences between steep slope shingle designs and different asphalt types. We will teach you the different components that go into a roofing system and provide some samples for you to review. There is also a brief review of code requirements and steep slope installation recommendations. Available Areas: AK, AR, AZ, CA, CO, IA, ID, IL, KS, LA, MN, MO, MT, ND, NE, NM, NV, OK, OR, SD, TX, UT, WA, WI, WY

Lesson(s): 0 Test: No HSW: Yes SD: No ADA: No

Sponsor: SOM
Free

Roof Ventilation Prescriptives

LUNCH and LEARN: Course #: MRP0709-F In this program, we will examine how proper air circulation contributes to the building's energy efficiency. You will learn how to identify key components that are essential for proper ventilation, ventilation building codes, and specific needs of ventilating a commercial building verses a residential building. At the conclusion, you should be familiar with ventilation design guidelines and use them in your next project. Available Areas: AK, AR, AZ, CA, CO, IA, ID, IL, KS, LA, MN, MO, MT, ND, NE, NM, NV, OK, OR, SD, TX, UT, WA, WI, WY

Lesson(s): 0 Test: No HSW: Yes SD: No ADA: No

Sponsor: SOM
Free

Benefits of Polymer Modified in Roofing

LUNCH and LEARN: Course #: MRP0708-F This presentation will study the raw asphalt manufacturing process of oxidized asphalt and polymer modified asphalt and the grades of asphalt required for manufacturing shingles. Also, insight on asphalt demand and how it relates to supply in the roofing industry. A review of the differences in quality, longevity, and the functional benefits between the two asphaltic products and the average life cycle of a typical asphaltic shingle roof. The functional benefits will include a brief review of Impact rated shingles. Available Areas: AK, AR, AZ, CA, CO, IA, ID, IL, KS, LA, MN, MO, MT, ND, NE, NM, NV, OK, OR, SD, TX, UT, WA, WI, WY

Lesson(s): 0 Test: No HSW: Yes SD: No ADA: No

Sponsor: SOM
Free

Multi-Ply Low slope Roofing Essentials

LUNCH and LEARN: Course #: MRP0704-F The primary goal of this course is to provide architects and others who work with low slope roofing designs, with the information they need to ensure that the system will perform as expected. The course will teach the designer to understand the difference between substrate types, insulation, thermal barriers, coverboard, Multi-Ply systems and their advantages, as well as common low slope detail design. The health, welfare and safety of the buildings occupants begin with a sound roofing design. Available Areas: AK, AR, AZ, CA, CO, IA, ID, IL, KS, LA, MN, MO, MT, ND, NE, NM, NV, OK, OR, SD, TX, UT, WA, WI, WY

Lesson(s): 0 Test: No HSW: Yes SD: No ADA: No

Sponsor: SOM
Free

Accessibility, Safety and Platform Lifts and Elevators III

LUNCH and LEARN: Course #: GL1402-F3 We recognize the importance of elevators and lifts in today's design industry. Lifts and elevators can be an extraordinary feature added to a home or building that will enhance the life quality and safety of the end user. In this program the learner will learn about the requirements for platform lifts, the different types of lifts, and basic product design. Will also gain an understanding of code compliance issues, and how to solve accessibility problems, and solutions for evacuation for persons with disabilities.

Lesson(s): 0 Test: No HSW: Yes SD: No ADA: Yes

Sponsor: Garaventa Ltd.