Oklahoma City, OK

FREE Admission
Full Day Webcast 8 credits

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FREE Live Interactive Webcast - Continuing Education Seminar for Architects & LEED Professionals

Event Info

Date Thursday,
October 22, 2020
Location Seminar Webcast Online - Oklahoma, Arkansas

Registration07:45 AM CDT
Program end05:20 PM CDT
Credits earned ​8 AIA HSW
Valid for State License​

Day program*

07:45 AM

Welcome, certificate & credit reporting instructions

08:10 AM

Acoustic Doors and Green Design

08:10 AM - 09:10 AM

Sound transmission control is an issue that should be addressed in the design of any building. Acoustic comfort is part of providing an amenable interior space, and it requires having the proper level and quality of sound to utilize a space as planned. This course looks at the components, features, and the role of acoustic door assemblies in occupant comfort in both workplace and school environments.

  • Credit type: HSW
  • AIA# AMB013-01 | USGBC# 920014407
  • Provider: Ambico Ltd.
  • Presenter: Steve Peterman
09:10 AM

Adhered Manufacture Stone Veneer – Manufacturing & Installation Process

09:10 AM - 10:10 AM

This program provides an overview of the manufacturing process, features and types of stone veneer products, including a discussion of the installation and design considerations to facilitate a successful installation.

  • Credit type: HSW
  • AIA# CORO02 | USGBC#
  • Provider: Coronado Stone Products
  • Presenter: Tonya Owen
10:10 AM


10:30 AM

Understanding Material Hazard, Exposure and Risk in the Built Environment

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Product and materials selection is a critical aspect of the building design and construction process. A variety of factors drive materials selection decisions, including sustainability, health and wellness issues like indoor air quality, and the desire for innovative, functional, state-of-the-art building spaces that meet 21st century needs.
Learning Objectives:
1) Understand the differences between hazard, exposure, and risk in terms of chemical ingredients and materials selection
2) Recognize the limitations of hazard-only thinking when selecting building materials
3) Understand how to make comparisons of products based on ingredients, performance, cost and life cycle impacts
4) Identify the tools available to evaluate the safety of building products and materials

  • Credit type: HSW
  • AIA# ACC301 | USGBC# 0920019969
  • Provider: American Chemistry Council
  • Presenter: Jack Armstrong
11:30 AM

Sintered Compact Surfaces Basics: Design, Application & Sustainability - Neolith01

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Materials used on exterior and interior surfaces need to withstand many elements, including water, scratched, high temperatures, UV, wind, etc. Choosing a material is certainly influenced by the ability to hold up over time but also by the available size and weight, maintenance, hygiene, bending properties, recyclability, VOC, not to mention the appearance and efficient and cost-effective installation. There is one new product category that will be the focus of this course, namely Sintered Compact Surfaces that can be used for a wide variety of application interior and exterior from countertops to curtain walls applications in both residential and commercial buildings.

  • Credit type: HSW
  • AIA# Basics2020 | USGBC# 920013572
  • Provider: The Size Surfaces USA
  • Presenter: Travis Conrad
12:30 PM


01:10 PM

Sliding Fire Doors in an Egress Path

01:10 PM - 02:10 PM

(1 CEU, HSW)
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.

  • Credit type: HSW
  • AIA# 0wdfg1 | USGBC#
  • Provider: WonDoor Corporation
  • Presenter: David Larsen
02:10 PM

Specifications Strategies to Eliminate Concrete Moisture

02:10 PM - 03:10 PM

In the macro critical path of project delivery, the installation of final floor finishes is one of the last items to occur prior to substantial completion. However, due to changes in adhesive formulations driven by concerns over indoor environmental quality, most project 09 flooring specifications require moisture testing before flooring can be installed on concrete slabs. Should/when those moisture tests fail, the project faces burdensome time delays, unexpected costs, or both.

  • Credit type: HSW
  • AIA# ISL03H | USGBC#
  • Provider: ISE Logik Industries, Inc.
  • Presenter: Dean Craft
03:10 PM


03:20 PM

Elevator Technology where it`s been, where it`s going

03:20 PM - 04:20 PM

With urbanization on the rise, the vertical transportation industry is challenged more than ever to provide eco-efficient, cost-saving, and space-saving solutions. This session will cover the history of elevator technology and compare conventional applications with today's technological advancements, enabling attendees to critique the risks and disadvantages of dated technology and identify the advantages of newer technology. In particular, attendees will learn about both recent developments and future trends concerning machine-room-less (MRL) elevators. The presentation will address design benefits, installation and ownership costs, and LEED contributions.

  • Credit type: HSW
  • AIA# Kone0001_A2 | USGBC# 0920007673
  • Provider: Kone Inc.
  • Presenter: Adam Bray
04:20 PM

Escalator Technology, Where It's Been. Where It's Going.

04:20 PM - 05:20 PM

This presentation explores the basics of escalator design, and the essential design and code criteria to keep in mind when integrating escalators into the overall people flow solution for a particular project. The presentation will specifically discuss the idiosyncrasies of escalator space planning, and how to match project performance needs with specific escalator “types” and features. It will also take a deeper dive into how an escalator works, the basic operating components, and how this might impact specifications. Finally, the topic of replacing old existing escalators in existing buildings is touched upon, particularly how to select the “right” solution from the variety of replacement options that are available to building owners today.

  • Credit type: HSW
  • AIA# KONE0002-19 | USGBC#
  • Provider: Kone Inc.
  • Presenter: Adam Bray
05:20 PM


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