High-End Residential


Event Info

DateTuesday,
October 29th 2019

Registration7:45 am
Program end5:30 pm
Credits earned8 AIA HSW
​8 USGBC/GBCI
Valid for State License​

Day program*

7:45 am

Registration & Breakfast

8:00 am

Get Inspired! Design Smarter, Safer, and Greener with Innovation in Wood-Framed Construction

8:00   - 9:00  

Wood is a frequently overlooked building material for light-medium-commercial construction including mid-rise, multi-family, and mixed-use projects. This course features several North American examples that highlight the surprising capabilities of this natural resource. Many architects, engineers, and project owners often default to steel and concrete instead of wood for wall, floor, and roof assemblies. This course outlines: - common misconceptions and capabilities of code-approved wood applications. - the environmental and structural benefits of this sustainable natural resource. - the virtues of wood when engineered for pre-cut and pre-assembled components. - how wood applications integrate with building codes, construction techniques, and technical support. - how choosing wood first contributes to on-time and on-schedule projects with significant cost savings.

  • Credit type: HSW
  • AIA# QWEB01 | USGBC# 920014585
  • Provider: America Training Solution
  • Presenter: Andrew M. Dingman
  • Biography:
9:00 am

Introduction to Vuelift Elevators

9:00   - 10:00  

This course is an introduction to Vuelift panoramic residential elevators and provides an overview of its features and design applications. This session will cover technical aspects and benefits of this type of elevator as well as applicable code and regulation requirements.

  • Credit type: HSW
  • AIA# AIASAV301 | USGBC#
  • Provider: Savaria
  • Presenter: Allan Thompson
  • Biography:
10:00 am

Break

10:15 am

Understanding Material Hazard, Exposure and Risk in the Built Environment

10:15   - 11:15  

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# ACC-301 | USGBC# 0920019969
  • Provider: American Chemistry Council
  • Presenter: Jack Armstrong
  • Biography: JACK ARMSTRONG is president of ACUMEN, LLC, a boutique sustainable marketing, advocacy, and business communication consulting practice, founded after his 24 year career with BASF – The Chemical Company. Key focus areas include energy efficiency/durability for sustainable construction in the built environment, in addition to B2B supply chain, life cycle analysis, and federal/state/city advocacy messaging along the entire value chain. Armstrong has specific public relations and speaking experience with B2C messaging linked to high performance attributes enabled via products of chemistry. Current clients include the American Chemistry Council (construction value chain outreach for chemicals of concern) and the Structural Insulated Panel Association (executive director & chief operating officer). Armstrong has served on the board of directors of the Sustainable Building Industries Council, Structural Insulated Panel Association, and on the board and as Sustainability Chair of BPA – the worldwide consumer and media audit association in New York City composed of brand owners and advertising agencies. Currently, he serves on the board of the Net Zero Energy Coalition. Additionally, he was a member of the United Nations Environmental Program Sustainable Building Climate Initiative Materials Advisory Committee and Chair for the Building & Construction Materials Issues Team of the American Chemistry Council’s Plastics Division.
11:15 am

Design Basics for Sintered Compact Surfaces

11:15   - 12:15  

Design Basics for Sintered Compact Surfaces

  • Credit type: HSW
  • AIA# AIACE4012016 | USGBC# 0920015352
  • Provider: America Training Solution
  • Presenter: George Kyriacou
  • Biography:
12:15 pm

Lunch

1:15 pm

The Nature of Natural THIN Veneer

1:15   - 2:15  

Description: The program will provide an overview of how stone as a building material evolved into thin veneer and why it is quickly becoming the stone of choice for masons, architects and designers. Learning Objectives: After completion of this course, participants will be able to:  Describe how quarried stone becomes thin veneer.  Discuss four application methods, adhered veneer codes, and general installation steps.  Analyze comparisons between full, thin, & manufactured veneers.  Study architectural techniques as can be seen in the natural thin stone veneer installation imagery  Recognize health-safety-welfare qualities of natural thin veneer stone, as well as in its fabrication process, and installation techniques.

  • Credit type: HSW
  • AIA# NSV102 | USGBC# 0920007680
  • Provider: Natural Stone Veneers International, Inc.
  • Presenter: Joseph Buechel
  • Biography: Joe Buechel General Sales Manager - Natural Stone Veneers International, Inc. (NSVI) Joe Buechel is Vice President and General Sales Manager for Natural Stone Veneers International, Inc (NSVI). He is a member of ASTM and sits on the C-18 committee which writes codes for natural stone industry and is a board member of Wisconsin Masonry Alliance (WMA). Joe is a NSVI certified presenter for AIA/CES programs, he educates the Architect-Engineer-Contractor (AEC) community on natural stone veneers. Joe has over twenty-seven years of experience in the natural stone industry and has two Bachelor of Science degrees in Business from the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh. Joe filmed episodes on natural stone veneer installation for the nationally aired, “This Old House” television program. He is pass board member for the Fond du Lac Red Cross chapter. Joe lives in Oshkosh, WI with his wife and two children.
2:15 pm

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

2:15   - 3:15  

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. Learning Objectives: - ANALYZE THE RISKS AND DRAWBACKS ASSOCIATED WITH TRADITIONAL ELEVATOR TECHNOLOGY - EXPLAIN THE DEVELOPMENT AND FUNCTIONALITY OF MRL ELEVATORS - EVALUATE THE COST AND SPACE SAVINGS ASSOCIATED WITH MRL ELEVATORS ALONG WITH THEIR ADVANTAGES FOR SUSTAINABILITY - IDENTIFY THE FUTURE TRENDS IN ELEVATOR TECHNOLOGY

  • Credit type: HSW
  • AIA# KONE0001 | USGBC# 0920007673
  • Provider: Kone Inc.
  • Presenter: Lauren Lum
  • Biography:
3:15 pm

Break

3:30 pm

Wood Products on Exterior Envelope - Solutions to assure Stability, Durability & Sustainability.

3:30   - 4:30  

How do you increase the durability of your exterior envelope? What are considered today’s best installation practices? What are the differences between popular wood treatment methods? Windsor Mill’s AIA continuing education program touches on these issues and more, helping you design a exterior envelope that is durable and healthy for the home.

  • Credit type: HSW
  • AIA# WindsorExt1 | USGBC# 920012039
  • Provider: America Training Solution
  • Presenter: Corbin Rinehart
  • Biography:
4:30 pm

Whole Building Ventilation: Providing Healthy, Comfortable & Energy Efficient Solutions

4:30   - 5:30  

The proven best way to save energy on heating and cooling is to make buildings more airtight. Airtight buildings are more comfortable, durable, resilient and affordable. By including balanced ventilation with heat recovery, occupants gets fresh, filtered air delivered at all times while continuously removing odors, moisture, CO2 and other contaminants. This informative presentation will describe how to ventilate an airtight building and provide superior indoor air quality, comfort and energy efficiency. At the end of the presentation, participants will be able to: 1. Understand the advantages and weaknesses of supply-only, exhaust-only, and balanced ventilation systems 2. Learn how heat recovery ventilation enables a comfortable and healthy environment 3. Understand HRV/ERV’s role in building an energy efficient home 4. Learn how to evaluate and choose the most effective HRV/ERV system

  • Credit type: HSW
  • AIA# A/2011 | USGBC#
  • Provider: Zehnder America
  • Presenter: John Rockwell
  • Biography:
5:30 pm

End of Program

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