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Fire/Life safety/Security

7 game-changing trends in structural engineering

Exciting and unique buildings increasingly dot the landscape of our urban environments and beautifully fill the pages of our design magazines.…

course credit: 1.0 AIA LU/HSW
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Steel/Steel frame/Steel joists

Improving Multi-Story Building Design

The rise in multi-story building design and construction is supported today by a range of long-span composite floor systems. This short introductory…

course credit: 1.25 AIA LU/HSW
Campus Sponsor - PROVIDED BY: New Millennium Building Systems
Steel/Steel frame/Steel joists

Multi-Story Building Systems and Selection Criteria

This course outlines the attributes, functions, benefits, limits, and acoustic qualities of composite deck slabs. It reviews the three primary types…

course credit: 1.25 AIA LU/HSW
Campus Sponsor - PROVIDED BY: New Millennium Building Systems
Building Envelope

26 ways to prevent cracks in brickwork

Changes in temperature or moisture can wreak havoc on building materials, and brick is no exception. Elastic deformation due to loads, creep, or…

course credit: 1.0 AIA LU
Campus Sponsor - PROVIDED BY: BD+C
1.0 AIA LU/HSW

Performance Considerations for Historic Window Replacement and Repair

From the stained glass windows that welcome variegated light into cathedrals to the steel-framed geometric designs of Art Deco and the bold leaded…

course credit: 1.0 AIA LU/HSW
Campus Sponsor - PROVIDED BY: BD+C
Building Materials and Equipment

Bigger Windows, More Glass: Efficient, Safe and Inspiring

Thanks to data and analytics used routinely today to model and predict building performance, new and remarkably subtle approaches are being used to…

course credit: 1.0 AIA LU/HSW
Campus Sponsor - PROVIDED BY: Safti First
Building Materials and Equipment

Design Strategies for Metal Wall and Roof Systems

Years ago, prefabricated metal panel wall and roof systems did not find wide acceptance in high-end commercial applications. While these systems were…

course credit: 1.0 AIA LU/HSW
Campus Sponsor - PROVIDED BY: Sherwin-Williams Coil Coatings
Legal issues: Laws; contracts; documents; insurance

Construction Contracts 101: Choosing & Completing Owner/Contractor Agreements

When your not already familiar with construction contracts and agreements, choosing the right one can be a daunting task. This video is designed to…

course credit: 1.0 AIA LU
Campus Sponsor - PROVIDED BY: AIA Contract Documents

A Master Class in Construction Management: Key Risks and Legal Considerations (4.5 AIA LU)

Hear from industry experts on key legal considerations for the various project participants, and how those considerations and related risks can be…

Campus Sponsor - PROVIDED BY: AIA Contract Documents
Building Materials and Equipment

Glass as Filter for Energy: New Ideas in Curtain Wall, Window Wall and Storefront

Driven by two distinct influences, a new generation of glass building enclosures now has a unique trajectory -- toward higher performance and…

course credit: 1.0 AIA LU/HSW
Campus Sponsor - PROVIDED BY: Azon

Armatherm

ARMATHERM™ Minimize building energy loss and improve building envelope performance

Thermal bridging through steel and concrete framing can have a significant impact on a building’s energy performance.   Thermal bridging has been recognized as a significant factor in building envelope heat loss.  Reducing heat flow within a building’s thermal envelope reduces energy consumption as well as potential condensation issues. 

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