FREE Live Interactive Webcast - Built to Last: Durable Design Solutions - Eastern Time Zone


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Includes Full Day Seminar
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Attention AIA Members - You can only take a course once in its lifespan (3 years) - Members may repeat a course, but no additional credit will be awarded.

FREE Live Interactive Webcast - Built to Last: Durable Design Solutions - Eastern Time Zone

Event Info

Date Wednesday,
March 15, 2023
Location Online Webcast

Starting Time 08:00 AM (EDT)
07:00 AM (CDT)
06:00 AM (MDT)
05:00 AM (PDT)
04:00 AM (AKDT)
02:00 AM (HADT)
Program End 03:15 PM (EDT)
02:15 PM (CDT)
01:15 PM (MDT)
12:15 PM (PDT)
11:15 AM (AKDT)
09:15 AM (HADT)
Credits Earned

6  AIA HSW
3  GBCI (USGBC/CAGBC)
4  AIBC Core LU
4  AAA Structured LU
6  OAA, OAQ, SAA, MAA, AAPEI, NWTAA
1  Net Zero (ZNCD)
1  Sustainable Design
1  AIBD Elective
3  AIBD Primary

Day Program*

08:00 AM

Welcome, Credits, and Certificates

08:05 AM

Durable & Resilient Retrofits – Solving with stone wool insulation

08:05 AM - 09:05 AM

 

Globally, existing buildings account for approximately 30% of final energy demand and CO2 emissions. Typical renovation rates are 1-2% of the building stock per year, with an average energy use intensity (EUI) reduction of less than 15%. However, to reach sustainable development and climate targets, EUI reductions should be between 30-50%.In addition to energy and emissions conservations, building retrofits improve occupant health and comfort. In many cases, existing buildings are poorly insulated and leaky, resulting in excess heat loss and reduced thermal comfort. Mechanical systems are often outdated and inefficient, requiring consistent maintenance. With spending most of our time indoors, indoor health and comfort can be a priceless attribute that can be crucial for building renewal investment. This course will review core concepts to consider when implementing energy conservation measures through retrofit & renovation; Three unique case studies are provided to highlight the complexity of renovations and look at the ever-present challenges of extreme weather events.

  • AIA HSW # RWNA210502
  • Provider: Rockwool
  • Presenter: Wally Hallowes
  • Course Number: RWNA210502
    Credits: 1 AIA HSW, 1 OAA, OAQ, SAA, MAA, AAPEI, NWTAA,
09:05 AM

Review of Session Code Process

09:10 AM

Retrofit Anchoring of Masonry and Stone Facades

09:10 AM - 10:10 AM

An overview of existing masonry and stone façade instability issues, the cause and recognition of these problems, and the cost-effective re-anchoring solutions for repair involving various masonry wall construction techniques. A detailed look into the different types of retrofit anchoring systems available to stabilize existing masonry and stone facades.

  • AIA HSW # PRO034-22
  • Provider: Prosoco
  • Presenter: Kelly Moorman
  • Course Number: PRO034-22
    Credits: 1 AIA HSW, 1 OAA, OAQ, SAA, MAA, AAPEI, NWTAA,
10:10 AM

Break

10:20 AM

Sponsor
QWEB (Quebec Wood Export Bureau) - Eli Gould

10:30 AM

Coating of Aluminum Extrusions

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Provides an overview of aluminum extrusion coatings and includes discussions on the aluminum extrusion process; a comparison of powder and liquid coatings; an overview of the chrome and the chrome-free pretreatment processes; and, the performance objectives of AAMA testing standards.

  • AIA HSW # AG1012020
  • Provider: Barrette Outdoor Living Inc.
  • Presenter: Taylor Coley
  • Course Number: AG1012020
    Credits: 1 AIA HSW, 1 AIBC Core LU, 1 AAA Structured LU, 1 OAA, OAQ, SAA, MAA, AAPEI, NWTAA, 1 AIBD Primary,
11:30 AM

Acetylated Wood: Discover the Difference for Siding, Decking, and More

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

This course discusses the process of wood acetylation, the resulting changes to wood, applications for acetylated wood, its green credentials and a number of case studies involving acetylated wood.

  • AIA HSW # Accoya2020 | GBCI (USGBC/CAGBC) # 920022858
  • Provider: Accsys Technology - Titan Wood Inc.
  • Douglas Gillikin Presenter
    Doug has over 20 years in millwork manufacturing, national account sales and project management. Having been on all sides of the process, he understands the challenges faced beginning with inspiration, design to installation.
  • Course Number: Accoya2020
    Credits: 1 AIA HSW, 1 GBCI (USGBC/CAGBC), 1 AIBC Core LU, 1 AAA Structured LU, 1 OAA, OAQ, SAA, MAA, AAPEI, NWTAA, 1 AIBD Primary,
12:30 PM

Lunch

01:10 PM

Durable Timber: Designing for the Life Cycle of Embodied Carbon

01:10 PM - 02:10 PM

Architects have always had to adapt to a variety of performance indicators like energy use for their buildings. Recent years have seen a complex shift towards embodied carbon as an indicator. This shift has occurred without a full understanding of the principles of life cycle analysis (LCA), that go into the data sets for carbon. The rise of mass timber has fueled a broad interest in wood and bio-sourced building materials as a potential carbon storage solution. However, there is a real difficulty of capturing complex and regional variations in the simple frameworks of most carbon comparisons. There are competing agendas, methodology, and data presented to specifiers from all sides. Even the best advocates for timber must be humble about the range of variables while defending their choices of regenerative natural building materials. This course starts by helping the modern architectural practice to understand key definitions and principles of carbon calculation metrics and life cycle analysis. It then moves into specific comparisons that highlight the unique attributes of wood, with learning objectives demonstrating the effect of design for durability and biogenic carbon.

  • AIA HSW # DurableTimber | GBCI (USGBC/CAGBC) # 920027550
  • Provider: QWEB (Quebec Wood Export Bureau)
  • Eli Gould Presenter
    Eli graduated with one of the first dual Architecture/Forestry degrees from Yale in the early ‘90s, with a conviction that the two fields would eventually be more linked. After a quarter century, this seems more true and even mainstream, but for many years it was an entrepreneurial effort in the small vertical wood prefab companies he ran in Vermont, and in the automated timber industry where he often consulted. For the last three years, Eli has brought those experiences into a nonprofit market development role for QWEB. When he’s not trying to transform the AEC industry into a positive climate force he enjoys small town and organic farm life in Vermont with his family.
  • Course Number: DurableTimber
    Credits: 1 AIA HSW, 1 GBCI (USGBC/CAGBC), 1 AIBC Core LU, 1 AAA Structured LU, 1 OAA, OAQ, SAA, MAA, AAPEI, NWTAA, 1 Net Zero (ZNCD), 1 Sustainable Design, 1 AIBD Primary,
02:10 PM

PreFabricated Fireproof Columns

02:10 PM - 03:10 PM

Structural fire protection guards essential structural components from the devastating effects of fire. This course examines the various active and passive fireproof methods that are available with a focus on the features, types, and design considerations of prefabricated fireproof structural columns designed for exposed exterior and interior load-bearing columns. We also discuss Glass Fireproof Columns and possible applications.

  • AIA HSW # USFT01 | GBCI (USGBC/CAGBC) # 920026530
  • Provider: Fire-Trol
  • Tricia Brindle Presenter
  • Course Number: USFT01
    Credits: 1 AIA HSW, 1 GBCI (USGBC/CAGBC), 1 AIBC Core LU, 1 AAA Structured LU, 1 OAA, OAQ, SAA, MAA, AAPEI, NWTAA, 1 AIBD Elective,
03:10 PM

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Additional Information

[email protected]

Attention AIA Members - You can only take a course once in its lifespan (3 years) - Members may repeat a course, but no additional credit will be awarded.