Denver, CO - Tuesday May 3, 2022

Denver, CO

Event Date
Tuesday May 3, 2022

7:30 am - 5:30 pm

Available Credits

Up to 8 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)
Up to 4 GBCI General Hour
Up to 1 ADA Accessibility / Barrier-Free Req.
Up to 1 IDCEC HSW CEU(s)
Up to 1 RCEP PDH(s) for Engineers
Maggiano's Little Italy
500 16th St Mall
Denver, CO 80202
no registration link
Registration Price

$65.00

Terms
Early Bird Discount! $30.00 off if purchased before Apr 19, 2022

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Event Agenda

Tuesday, May 3, 2022

7:30 am

8:00 am

Managing Condensation, Water Intrusion, and Energy in the Real World
Sponsored By PROSOCO
Presented By Alley Mathson
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)
1 GBCI General Hour

Window-opening air and water leakage has been a difficult problem for the construction industry. This course evaluates building failures, conventional construction approaches, and new developments in waterproofing techniques to show a path forward for designers seeking higher-performing wall assemblies.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Explain why job-site conditions should be used as systems engineering requirements in construction product development.
  2. Compare and contrast the similarities and differ-ences between silicone, urethane, and STPE sealants.
  3. Describe the multi-step weatherproofing process of conventional window installation and how such installations fare in real-world testing conditions.
  4. Explain new window weatherproofing techniques using liquid flashing membranes.
  5. Instruct others on construction defect remediation using STPE technology through case-study examples.

9:10 am

Innovations and Best Practices for Specifying High-Quality Casework
Sponsored By Case Systems
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

10:20 am

Retrofit Anchoring of Masonry and Stone Facades
Sponsored By PROSOCO
Presented By Kelly Morris
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)

An overview of existing masonry and stone façade instability issues, the cause and recognition of these problems, and the cost-effective re-anchoring solutions for repair involving various masonry wall construction techniques.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Recognize the function and characteristics of brick ties and anchors
  2. Recognize existing masonry veneer instability conditions and their associated cause.
  3. Review the types of retrofit anchoring options and how they function
  4. Summarize the typical retrofit anchoring and masonry restoration process

11:30 am

Concrete Tile Roofing: The World's Most Sustainable and Energy Efficient Roof System
Sponsored By Eagle Roofing
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)
1 GBCI General Hour

In this one hour course, we will take an in-depth look at the sustainability and energy efficient attirbutes of concrete tile roofing, including the near zero-waste manufacturing process, life-cycle cost and performance versus temporary asphalt shingle roofing as well as the installation process which enhances the inherent thermal mas

Learning Objectives:
  1. Discuss how the versatility of concrete tile roofing combined with its durability makes it one of the most sustainable roofing products available
  2. Consider the value of products composed of a small number of raw materials that are sustainable, including some recycled materials
  3. Review the near zero waste manufacturing process of concrete roof tiles from the introduction of raw materials to the finished product
  4. Compare and contrast an installation method that exploits the air permeable characteristics of concrete tile roofs versus other temporary roofing materials
  5. Identify key performance characteristics of concrete tile roofing including wind and hail resistance
  6. Analyze the longevity, durability, and overall life cycle cost analysis of concrete roof tile compared to asphalt shingles, wood shakes, slate and metal
  7. Confidently specify concrete tile roofing as an alternative to slate, metal , wood shakes and temporary asphalt shingles
Eagle Roofing

12:30 pm

1:00 pm

Trending Accessible Design Standards: Restrooms, Locker Rooms & Adjacent Public Spaces
Sponsored By Bradley Corporation
Presented By Daniel Hughes
1 ADA Accessibility / Barrier-Free Req.
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)
1 IDCEC HSW CEU(s)
1 RCEP PDH(s) for Engineers

Accessible design is a core requirement for most facility design projects. Ten (10) Emerging Accessible Design Trends & Tools demonstrate how designers are applying them to their projects. The class identifies who needs and how to provide accessibility in the toilet & locker room space.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Identify 10 Emerging Accessibility Design Trends & Tools.
  2. Explain the principles of accessibility and universal design.
  3. Assess and Apply accessibility standards and regulations that govern accessible toilet & locker rooms.
  4. Evaluate and Apply accessible design for toilet & Locker room layout, through fixture\accessory selection and placement.
Bradley Corporation

2:10 pm

Improving IAQ Through the Use of Energy Efficient, 100% Outside Air Heating and Cooling Technologies IN High Bay Buildings
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)
1 GBCI General Hour

As “Energy Efficiency” continues to drive the conversation about how heating, ventilate and air condition buildings of all types we have to focus more on those HVAC technologies that we utilize to heat and cool the places where we work. This presentation explores two types of technologies….

Learning Objectives:
  1. Describe technologies available that are some of the most energy efficient ways to heat and temper cool facilities throughout the U.S. that use 100% outside air to improve IAQ
  2. Discuss how improved IAQ can have positive effects on worker productivity
  3. Identify building types that can use 100% outside air technologies to improve IAQ
  4. Illustrate how the use of energy efficient HVAC technologies can reduce the carbon footprint of industrial buildings.
Cambridge Air Solutions

3:20 pm

Architectural Fire Rated Joint Assemblies
Sponsored By CEMCO
Presented By Don Pilz
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)

In this one-hour course, design professionals will gain knowledge of head-of-wall, bottom-of-wall and wall-to-wall assemblies, as well as the respective UL standards for approval, It will discuss different joint treatment types and the components involved with each application.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Identify a variety of wall-to-wall, bottom-of-wall, and head-of-wall joints, including their UL assemblies and ratings.
  2. Evaluate different joint treatment types for their advantages and disadvantages, particularly in regard to their durability, cost, and safety.
  3. Discuss International Building Code that relates to fire resistant joint systems and firestopping that protects occupants in the event of a fire.
  4. Apply knowledge of IBC standards to specify, install, and operate fire resistance joints to ensure occupant safety.
CEMCO

4:30 pm

Rooftop Snow Retention Solving the Mystery with the Facts
Sponsored By TRA Snow & Sun
1 AIA HSW/LU CE Hour(s)

This course provides a review of the problems and solutions associated with snow and ice moving on roofs, particularly in heavy snow accumulation areas. It also provides in depth training on the proper engineering and installation of snow retention systems.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Realize that standards or codes covering snow retention systems do not exist.
  2. Recognize the common hazards and challenges caused when snow moves on a roof.
  3. Visualize the disadvantages of some everyday solutions to snow difficulties.
  4. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of a few roof design practices used as potential solutions.
  5. Know if different roofing types are effective solutions.
  6. Understand how modern snow retention systems work.
  7. List the factors to be considered in the proper engineering of snow retention devices.
  8. Briefly explain how to eliminate ice dams with ventilation, insulation, and snow retention.
TRA Snow & Sun
no registration link
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

Colorado CE Requirements

Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Division of Registrations, Licensing and Support Section
(303) 894-7800
Renewal Cycle: 
Biennial, Renewal
Total Hours Required: 
12 HSW annual, 24 Hours per renewal cycle
Renewal Deadline: 
October 31, odd years