Origin USA Inc. recognizes that continuous education in Architecture is crucial to advancing and improving the profession. Origin are now AIA CES Approved Providers and are offering Continuing Professional Education.
We will bring lunch to your office to ensure minimum disruption to give everyone a chance to learn and develop.
Structural, Thermal and Environmental Material Performance for Today’s Doors and WindowsMore details
As building codes require doors and windows to comply to tougher standard that meet both thermal and structural performance – how do we find solutions to pressures from both sides?
We also have an ethical responsibility in choosing materials that are best for our planet and fellow man.
Today, we will share the how, why, what, where and when of doors and window solutions to multiple code, client and ethical design challenges.
Course Length: 1 Hour
Credit Designation: 1 LU/HSW Hour
Course Format: The CES facilitator will utilize a PowerPoint presentation to provide an overview of the current issues related to ‘Structural, Thermal and Environmental Material Performance for Today’s Doors and Windows’. It will be an interactive session that encourages feedback and questions.
- Qualify materials that offer a variety of thermal performance features
- Understand the changing landscape of structural code requirements for wind loads on doors and windows, as the geographic wind load maps change
- Recommend the right substrate material for doors and windows that meet both thermal and structural code requirements as well as the environmental pros and cons of various material options
- Identify aesthetic trends and expectations from clients who expect high performance doors and windows that offer beauty and functionality
Primary Point of Contact: Ben Halvorsen, Sales President
Provider Name: Origin USA Inc
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Lunch and Learn with Origin
We’ll bring lunch to your office to cause minimum disruption and give everyone the chance to learn.