Phoenix, AZ - Tuesday September 6, 2022

Phoenix, AZ

Event Date
Tuesday September 6, 2022

7:30 am - 5:30 pm

Available Credits

Up to 8 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)
Up to 5 GBCI General Hour
Up to 1 RCEP PDH(s) for Engineers
Eagle Roofing Products
4608 W. Elwood St.
Phoenix, AZ 85043
Registration Price

$65.00

Terms
Early Bird Discount! $30.00 off if purchased before Sep 23, 2022

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Founded over 25 years ago, Eagle began operations in the fall of 1989 with one high-pressure concrete tile extrusion machine. Today, Eagle's Rialto, California facility is the largest in North America. Eagle has grown to eight design centers and a workforce of over 500 employees that are knowledgeable on not only concrete roof tile but regional trends and needs. Our expertise, coupled by our extensive array of profiles and colors, enables us to provide our customers with high quality concrete...

Event Agenda

Tuesday, September 6, 2022

7:30 am

8:00 am

Why Did the Waterproofing Fail?
Sponsored By Noble Company
Presented By Dean Moilanen
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)
1 GBCI General Hour

This course evaluates the reasons that lead to failures of waterproofing installations. It examines product attributes that lead to successful installations and identifies the ways to identify necessary characteristics. Also compares installation methods and identifies ways to specify successful installations.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Review common waterproofing products, installation methods, and building code compliance.
  2. Understand the relationship of movement in the surface and substrate to waterproofing.
  3. Understand reasons for failures in waterproofing installations under tile and the relationship of failed waterproofing to durability and Sustainable Design.
  4. Understand permeation and its impact on creating suitable water and vapor barriers for tile installations and the relationship of permeation to Indoor Air Quality.
Noble Company

9:10 am

Concrete Roof Tile Manufacture and Sustainability - A Tour
Sponsored By Eagle Roofing
Presented By David Vallas
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)

To observe the production of concrete roof tiles from the delivery of raw materials through the packaged product. During this two-hour meeting and tour, the design professionals will observe the storage of raw materials and the various processes used to blend the raw materials during the production process.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Describe the use of extrusion to create long lasting and waterproof roofing tiles, and describe the ”circuit approach”
  2. Distinguish between continuous mix systems and batch mix color systems
  3. Examine the sustainable nature of the concrete roof tile manufacturing process from the reuse of water to the reintroduction of crushed/rejected tiles into the manufacturing process
  4. Articulate the various test standards utilized to ensure concrete roof tile’s quality
Eagle Roofing

10:20 am

Terrazzo Versatility
Presented By Gary French
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)

The purpose of this presentation is to provide information which will be helpful in specifying terrazzo. The participants will gain an understanding of the various terrazzo systems and how terrazzo can be utilized in a variety of design applications.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Explain what terrazzo is, its rich history, and why it should be specified. It will give the definition, and list components. Endless color options and various aggregates will be discussed.
  2. Explore the green elements and sustainability of terrazzo. The original recycled flooring, terrazzo has proven to last over 100 years in buildings and survive hurricanes and flooding events.
  3. Discuss renovation of old buildings through the use of terrazzo and restoration of old terrazzo.
  4. Discuss the many forms terrazzo takes from floors to walls, stairs, curbs, and countertops in both interior and exterior settings. It will explain how a change in aggregate size can enhance the design. It will show how elements like LED lights can be incorporated into the floor.
  5. Explain the types of systems available in terrazzo and their installation.
  6. Explore a series of design possibilities for all variations of terrazzo.
The National Terrazzo & Mosaic Association, Inc.

11:30 am

Gate Operators: UL 325 and ASTM F2200 Standards Safety Review
Sponsored By Chamberlain Group
Presented By Brandon Greer
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)

Define the UL 325 and ASTM F2200 Standards and their importance, list the different types of gates available and the types of gate operators that are used to maneuver them.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Identify the types of gate operators that are used to maneuver the various gates that are available
  2. Explain how to identify entrapment zone's, and how to place entrapment protection devices to meet the standards, as well as explain the difference between monitored and non-monitored entrapment protection devices
  3. Define the requirements of the UL 325 and ASTM F2200 standards as they apply to gate and gate operator installations
  4. Define the type's of gates that are available in today's market place

12:30 pm

1:00 pm

The Perfect Pair: Sustainable HDPE + Copper Restroom Touch-Points
Sponsored By Scranton Products
Presented By Brian Fitzpatrick
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)
1 GBCI General Hour

When designing a restroom, professionals are often faced with the challenge of selecting materials that are durable, hygienic, and sustainable.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Recognize the threat of infectious bacteria on high-touch surfaces in restrooms, focusing on the harm that infected partitions and handles can have on occupants’ health
  2. Describe the safe and sustainable characteristics of HDPE and explain how it promotes a healthier environment for building occupants
  3. Illustrate the efficacy of copper at inhibiting infectious bacteria and compare it to other materials that claim antimicrobial properties
  4. Evaluate the sustainable practices of manufacturers in order to specify quality HDPE + Copper products that are safe for both the environment and occupants

2:10 pm

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.
Specialty Fenestration Group

3:20 pm

Understanding Hot Water Consumption, Energy Use & System Efficiencies with HVAC Heat Recovery in High Use Facilities
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)
1 RCEP PDH(s) for Engineers

The efficiency of a facility’s water heating system is vital to not only the building’s daily operation but also to the comfort of its occupants. Join us in this one-hour course as we discuss how to estimate hot water demands and determine the capacity requirements for the water heating system in a high use facility.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Recall the unique water heating requirements of a high use facility such as restaurants to ensure daily operations can proceed safely and efficiently
  2. List the three factors to consider when determining the hot water demand of a facility and how to calculate the BTUs required to meet a building’s needs
  3. Discuss how thermal loss impacts a water heating system’s efficiency, as well as the thermal efficiency available with different water heating methods
  4. Illustrate the energy savings and cost savings possible by utilizing emerging energy recovery technologies that increase the efficiency of water heating systems, especially in markets focused on electrification of heat
Rheem Commercial HVAC

4:30 pm

Innovations and Best Practices for Specifying High-Quality Casework
Sponsored By Case Systems
Presented By Michael Cline
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)
1 GBCI General Hour

Engineered casework has evolved over the last few decades due to innovations in materials, concepts, and manufacturing technologies. This presentation is intended to give a thorough understanding of the best practices and options to be specified to ensure quality casework is manufactured and installed.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Define areas that need to be included when specifying casework, including edge, core, and hardware. Explain how the proper detailing can lead to a successful project that is aesthetically pleasing and maintains the welfare of building occupants
  2. Compare and contrast different core materials and what unique characteristics they each have regarding safety of building occupants
  3. 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
  4. Discuss how Division 6 and Division 12 specifications and AQI Qualifications impact your casework project
COVID-19 Protocols

Just like you, we are excited for the opportunity to resume live events. That being said, the health and safety of our attendees and presenters is our prime concern so, in addition to specific venue infection prevention procedures, we are doing the following:

  • Requiring that any presenter or attendee with any COVID-19 symptoms not attend the event (full refunds given, no matter how late the notice)
  • Working with venues to allow for social distancing while seated at the event
  • Providing hand sanitizer at the entrance to the presentation space
  • Following best practices for food distribution at the event
  • Monitoring and following local guidelines/mandates for infection prevention

State CE Requirements

Arizona CE Requirements

Arizona Board of Technical Registration of Architects
(602) 364-4930
Total Hours Required: 
No State Mandated Continuing Education Requirement