11th Hour Credit Harvest - Web-Series Event

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11th Hour Credit Harvest - Web-Series Event

Event Dates

Tuesday, December 28 | Wednesday, December 29

Available Credits

8 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)
2 GBCI General Hour(s) for LEED Professionals

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Event Agenda

Tuesday, December 28, 2021

Tuesday, December 28, 2021 | 10:00 am Central

Sponsored By Wolf Home Products
Presented By Jason Foura
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)

A study of the US cabinet market and cabinet construction methods including substrates, composition, hardware, and finishes

Learning Objectives:
  1. Understand the categories that go in to making up the domestic kitchen cabinet market
  2. Identify and compare various substrates and composition of kitchen cabinets
  3. Examine the features and benefits of various finish options for kitchen cabinets
  4. Define and compare framed and frameless cabinets, as well as factory built versus assembled cabinets
  5. Discuss available and new hardware options
Wolf Home Products

Tuesday, December 28, 2021 | 11:00 am Central

Tuesday, December 28, 2021 | 1:00 pm Central

Don't Wait: A Canopy Prep Timeline
Presented By Steve Standridge
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)

Canopy systems are important additions to the building envelope, as well as providing a beautiful, unique aesthetic. Additionally, canopy systems require proper planning, knowledge, and a well-kept timeline. Architectural choices should drive the project, and as a result, the cost.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Discuss canopy design elements, as well as attachment and structural needs in order to take control of the process and drive cost.
  2. Explain how proper canopy design determines the green building benefits such as reduction in energy usage, costs, and building emissions while promoting health and wellness.
  3. Address specific challenges in form and function and how to deal with those challenges in the early stages to avoid late-stage revisions and higher project costs
  4. Discuss when to use differing attachments, and how those choices affect the safety and structure of the wall surface as well as the environmental benefits of a canopy system.

Tuesday, December 28, 2021 | 2:00 pm Central

Security Pass Thru Combinations
Presented By Wade Arnold
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)

The course teaches about bullet resistant and secure pass thru windows and equipment to keep employees safe in hospitals, banks, pharmacies and all public domains. The course will instruct upon the varying levels of bullet resistant protection, anti-theft, various window tints, shades and security levels.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Define & clarify the types of bullet resistant protection levels.
  2. Evaluate & recognize where and when to specify security windows and pass thru devices.
  3. Specify correct products to support the design criteria.
  4. Distinguish the differences of fire-rated applications along with added security measures and how they overlap.
Ron Blank & Associates Inc.
Wednesday, December 29, 2021

Wednesday, December 29, 2021 | 10:00 am Central

Moisture Management and Exterior Cladding Performance
Sponsored By Wolf Home Products
Presented By Jason Foura
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)
1 GBCI General Hour(s) for LEED Professionals

An examination of the various categories of exterior siding and how they perform in a complete moisture management system.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Examine latest trends in exterior moisture management systems.
  2. Understand how the combination of PVC siding and a drainable weather resistant barrier provide a superior moisture management system.
  3. Compare and contrast different siding substrates and installation methods
  4. Explain the role exterior siding plays in a total moisture management solution.
Wolf Home Products

Wednesday, December 29, 2021 | 11:00 am Central

Materials, Technology, and Innovative Trends in Casework Systems
Sponsored By Case Systems
Presented By Michael Cline
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)
1 GBCI General Hour(s) for LEED Professionals

In this one-hour course, the design professional will gain an understanding of how manufactured casework has evolved over the years. Recent developments in casework that will explained include innovation in materials, concepts and how new manufacturing methods offer advantages.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Define areas that need to be included when specifying casework, including edge, core, and hardware and explain how the proper detailing can lead to a successful project that is aesthetically pleasing and maintains the welfare of building occupants.
  2. Identify current trends and code considerations when specifying laminate casework and how adhering to safety standards will produce a project that is durable and environmentally conscious.
  3. Compare and contrast different core materials and what unique characteristics they each have regarding the safety of building occupants.
  4. Discuss how Division 6 and Division 12 specifications impact your casework project.

Wednesday, December 29, 2021 | 1:00 pm Central

Spray Foam In Commercial Design
Presented By Grant Ostvig
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)

Attendees of this one hour spray foam education course will receive one SD/HSW credit. We will focus on the non-residential use of spray foam as an insulation, air barrier material, and various assemblies.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Participants can describe the effect of the building code on spray foam insulation.
  2. Participants can describe the effect of spray foam on the indoor environment.
  3. Participants can explain the impact of spray foam on a building's energy performance.
  4. Participants can explain the life cycle analysis of spray foam and payback periods.
Huntsman Building Solutions

Wednesday, December 29, 2021 | 2:00 pm Central

Sponsored By Armortex
Presented By Rick Snelling
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)

In this one-hour course, design professionals will learn about anti-ballistic technology, specifically fiberglass panels, windows, doors, and other products, that are used to protect a building’s occupants from weapons, impact, and explosives.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Define the four different types of resistance technologies that are used to protect occupants from weapons, impact, and explosives
  2. Identify the organizations that create standards and testing for resistance technologies to ensure these products are capable of securing the building in the event of an attack
  3. Evaluate anti-ballistic products, specifically panels, windows, and doors, on their durability and safety
  4. Apply knowledge of anti-ballistic technology and specify products to promote safe environments