Learning Objectives

Learning Objective 1:
Present creative design solutions that architects have applied since code compliance in 1977

Learning Objective 2:
Discuss the main purposes of fire doors in open concept designs and value engineering.

Learning Objective 3:
Understand the importance of considering a fire proof system during schematic design phase and the effect on your design, layout, construction type, and project budget.

Learning Objective 4:
Explain the Architectural Benefits of Horizontal Sliding Fire Doors in a Means of Egress.

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Great presentation!

Karl Pops

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Robert Sutter

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Jonathan Berkman

Sliding Fire Doors in an Egress Path

FREE

This course outlines the multiple ways in which sliding fire doors may be used to create open-concept designs while maintaining fire code compliance and life safety requirements.  It will also cover Value Engineering uses of this product type.  The information will be primarily shared through case studies of how architects have utilized the product in a multitude of projects since 1977 when the building codes first accepted the doors for use.  Local fire code references, NYC code references, and the basic differences between Fire Walls, Barriers, and Partitions will be provided.

Credits: 1 AIA HSW

Length: 1h


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