Wednesday, January 20 2021
In this hour-long remote learning seminar, learn how to create unique, visually open public spaces with responsible materials and unmatched acoustics.
This course will cover the use of architecturally-aesthetic design solutions for open structure projects ranging from simple canopies to huge airport concourses. Many types of projects—schools, gymnasiums, natatoria, canopies, transportation facilities, conference centers, wellness facilities, multi-tenant buildings, perforated architectural screening, and more are addressed.
In addition the course describes how these systems have been engineered to achieve practical design features that contribute to USGBC LEED certification. These features include: building product disclosure and optimization; environmental product declarations; sourcing of raw materials; material ingredients; construction and demolition waste management; acoustic performance; and innovation.
The course will also focus on multiple unique shapes and features of deck profiles, span and structural performance, basic acoustic theory and performance (NRC Value, STC Value, ICC Value), access/utility concealment options, NFPA approved hanging devices, building code requirements ( U.L. Rating, FM Rating, ICC Rating), paint finishes, indoor/outdoor air control, curved/arched structural systems, factory integration of daylighting solutions, and numerous visual representations of existing projects.
Presented by: David Weber LEED GA, Regional Sales Manager – Mid-Atlantic, EPIC Metals
David Weber has over 25 years of experience working in the construction Industry, initially in project management for large commercial contractors and the last twelve as a sales and marketingpProfessional in the AEC industry.
Sponsored by: EPIC Metals
At the completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Describe the many types of projects which can function as ceilings and roof decks with acoustic and non-acoustic structural components;
Describe how these can be used to achieve LEED certification;
Summarize basic acoustic theory and performance in these features; and
Identify how these features comply with multiple building code requirements.