AIA/CES ACCREDITED EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
As a registered program provider with the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System, Cornell’s FREE educational programs offer you the ability to gain valuable knowledge while earning credits towards AIA membership, Health, Safety and Welfare Credits and possible state architectural license Mandatory Continuing Education credits.
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Cast-Iron Architecture: It's History and Future
Tracing the history of cast-iron as a building material, this CEU also showcases the rich history of CornellCookson as an American family business that played a significant role in developing the early New York skyline.
Meeting Building Envelope Code Requirements with Coiling Doors
This course will educate participants on the energy code and wind load requirements for coiling doors to enable the selection of code compliant products. Attendees will learn key aspects that affect the energy performance of coiling doors, the various rating methods that manufacturers use to report insulated door performance and why maintaining secured commercial door openings during extreme weather conditions is critical to the overall structural integrity of buildings.
Cloudy with a Chance of Destruction – Protecting from Wind
Escalating natural disasters have caused billions of dollars in structural damage to the United States and its territories in recent years, especially in 2017 with Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. Hurricanes, typhoons, tornadoes and other weather events with high winds have a devastating effect, wreaking havoc on infrastructure, along with residential and commercial structures. Topics include how to balance function with aesthetics and ways to address new and future regulations.
Providing Hurricane Protection with Rolling Door
To understand why maintaining secured commercial door openings during extreme weather conditions is critical to the overall structural integrity of buildings and how to specify commercial doors and building openings to meet today’s code requirements for intense storm conditions.
Emergency Response Rolling Closure Products
Through education of product availability and applicable code awareness, this program will enable participants to evaluate individual building envelopes and select code compliant Rolling Door Emergency Response Products that will provide life safety for building occupants and property protection for building owners while providing additional attributes such as security, sound attenuation, thermal control, etc.
Rolling Fire Door Closing System Selection
This course describes the differences and limitations of rolling fire door product lines and explains the multiple levels of rolling fire door automatic closing systems.
How to Avoid 10 Most Common RFIs for Coiling Doors
This program allows participants to gain understanding of the 10 most common building design applications regarding Coiling Door Product that cause RFIs, allowing for more accurate plans, more efficient projects and the best use of resources.