Cosentino Center Orlando
4420 North Orange Blossom Trail
Orlando, FL 32804
7:30 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012
Orlando CE Academy EventDecember 5, 2012 Credits Earned*: 4 AIA HSW CE Hours, 3 AIA HSW/SD CE Hours, 2 GBCI CE Hour for LEED Professionals, *Agenda* 7:30- 8:00 AM Registration 8:00-9:00 AM Steep Slope Stone Coated Metal Roofing Systems1 AIA HSW CE Hour Provider: InfoSpec, Inc.| Course: IMU07C Sponsor: Metals USA• Define stone coated Metal. • Depict how stone coated Metal roofing is manufactured. • Explain the benefits of stone coated metal roofing. • Demonstrate new and innovative ideas to take into the design process for schools, hospitals and other commercial applications, and to help you through that process. • Discuss how specifying stone coated metal roofing systems may contribute towards a project earning LEED certification. • Describe how Stone Coated Metal Roofing Systems are energy efficient · & Energy Star qualified. • Explain the cost benefits of Stone Coated Metal roofing systems. 9:10-10:10 AMImproving Energy Efficiency and Air Quality with HVAC Duct Sealants1 AIA HSW/SD CE HourProvider: InfoSpec, Inc | Course: ICH23A Sponsor: Carlisle HardcastPresenter: Tim Eorgan· Describe environmental concerns over energy issues and explain how HVAC air leakage contributes to these concerns. · Describe the reasons why sealing ductwork is critical to maximizing HVAC system efficiency.· Explain duct sealing options and list the advantages of each. Describe how sealing ductwork can improve indoor air quality. 10:20-11:20 AM Copper Clad Stainless 1 AIA HSW CE Hour Provider: Engineered Material Solutions | Course: 000001Sponsor: Heyco MetalsPresenter: Richard Petty• Learn about the cost effectiveness and proven reliability of cladding• Become aware of the performance advantages of copper-clad stainless relative to traditional copper• Understand the design differences between solid and copper-clad stainless• Review basic fabrication methods 11:20 AM-12:30 PM Security Grille Door Solutions in the Design Project: Application, Operation, Installation & Aesthetic 1 AIA HSW CE Hour
Provider: Dynamic Closures | Course: DYNAMCL1110_1 · List and define typical applications for grille doors Recognize the main operation choices for grille doors and how to choose the correct product when specifying a job Understand the various available mounting options Describe the layout options for side folding doors and learn how they can influence or complement the overall design integrity of your project Gain an understanding of curtain and panel material choices and how they work to achieve continuity in your design. 12:30-1:30 PM Lunch 1:40-2:40 PM Understanding Recycled Content Surfacing Material 1 AIA HSW/SD CE Hour (AIA Course Number: ICS06A);1 GBCI CE Hour for LEED Professionals (GBCI Course ID: 0090003989); Provider: InfoSpec, Inc. Sponsor: CosentinoPresenter: Damon Maxwell· This one hour live course describes the importance of recycled content surfacing products and how they affect a building's indoor environmental quality. · We will review how these materials are manufactured and specified and we will evaluate how they may contribute towards LEED project certification. · After a comparison on traditional and recycled surfacing materials, we will discuss the importance of going beyond "green". 2:50-3:50 PMExterior Continuous Insulated Claddings for Energy Efficiency and Architectural Diversity.1 AIA HSW/SD CE Hour1 GBCI CE Hour for LEED Professionals (GBCI Course ID: 0090005704) Provider: Dryvit System, Inc. | Course: BL0002Presenter: Jeff Brunner· Deconstruct the "perceived" value of traditional insulation methods and reduced performance within framed wall assemblies and reconstruct new strategies for developing true "effective" insulation value and high performance.· Identify and define model energy code and green design standard's requirements for exterior continuous insulation.· Differentiate between "prescriptive" R-value "performance" U-factor wall design paths and recognize where continuous insulation must be integrated.· Discover the interrelationship between exterior insulated cladding and the use of continuous insulation to achieve energy efficient, cost effective and aesthetically pleasing design solutions. 4:00 – 5:00 PMRoof Hatch & Smoke Vent Design, Life Safety, and BIM Integration 1 AIA HSW CE HourProvider: InfoSpec, Inc. | Course: IUC08ASponsor: Babcock-DavisPresenter: Justin Winterhalter This course will explain the benefits of roof hatch & smoke vent design, life safety and BIM integration. The designer will have a better understanding of code regulations for life safety and will be able to properly size and place hatches and vents in accordance with these codes. Through an illustration and demonstration on BIM design modeling, the designer will be able to better integrate roof hatches and smoke vents into their next project.Learning ObjectivesUpon completion of this course the designer will be able to:· Describe roof access hatch applications for personnel and equipment.· Explain code regulations and OSHA for safety railing fall protection for openings. · Describe smoke venting applications based on IBC code regulations.· Identify design practices for sizing and selecting operation of smoke vents. · Explain the differences between UL 793 and FM 4430. · Identify BIM families for roof hatch and smoke vent applications. · List examples of parametric design properties within BIM families.
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