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Washington D.C. Area CE Academy
Thursday, April 25, 2013 from 7:45 AM to 5:30 PM (EDT)
Washington DC Area
April 25, 2013
8 AIA HSW CE Hours
3 GBCI CE Hour for LEED Professionals
07:45 - 08:00 AM Registration
08:00 - 09:00 AM
Steep Slope Stone Coated Metal Roofing Systems
1 AIA HSW CE Hour | Course: IMU07C
AIA Provider: InfoSpec, Inc.
Sponsor: Metals USA
Presenter: Rick Davis
• Define stone coated Metal.
• Depict how stone coated Metal roofing is manufactured.
• Explain the benefits of stone coated metal roofing.
• Demonstrate new and innovative ideas to take into the design process for schools, hospitals
and other commercial applications, and to help you through that process.
• Discuss how specifying stone coated metal roofing systems may contribute towards a project
earning LEED certification.
• Describe how Stone Coated Metal Roofing Systems are energy efficient & Energy Star qualified.
• Explain the cost benefits of Stone Coated Metal roofing systems.
09:10 -10:10 AM
Solving Architectural Noise Problems
1 AIA HSW CE Hour | Course: 003696
AIA Provider: International Cellulose Corporation
Presenter: Chuck Smith
1. Increase awareness of the need for acoustics before occupancy.
2. Dispel the myths about cellulose as a finish product.
3. Visible and Invisible Finishes.
4. Acoustics & Economics - Light Reflectivity, Creature Comforts, Worker
Productivity & Energy Savings.
5. Life Savety Communications.
10:20 -11:20 AM
Exterior Continuous Insulated Claddings for Energy Efficiency and Architectural Diversity
1 AIA HSW CE Hour | Course: BL0002
1 GBCI CE Hour for LEED Professionals | GBCI Course ID: 0090005704
AIA Provider: Dryvit System, Inc.
Presenter: Mike Leroy
1. Deconstruct the "perceived" value of traditional insulation methods and reduced performance
within framed wall assemblies and reconstruct new strategies for developing true "effective"
insulation value and high performance.
2. Identify and define model energy code and green design standard's requirements for exterior
3. Differentiate between "prescriptive" R-value "performance" U-factor wall design paths and
recognize where continuous insulation must be integrated.
4. Discover the interrelationship between exterior insulated cladding and the use of continuous
insulation to achieve energy efficient, cost effective and aesthetically pleasing design solutions.
11:30 - 12:30 PM
Recycled Content Surfacing Materials: Identifying Value Under LEED and Beyond
1 AIA HSW CE Hour | AIA Course Number: ICS06C
1 GBCI CE Hour for LEED Professionals | GBCI course ID: 0090009501
AIA Provider: Infospec, Inc.
Presenter: Glenn Kross
This one hour live course describes the importance of recycled content surfaces and their
environmental significance including reducing the use of natural resources and improving indoor
air quality. We will compare and contrast traditional and recycled surfacing materials and explain
the importance of “going beyond green.”
12:30 - 01:00 PM Lunch will be provided
01:00 - 02:00 PM
Roofing Market Trends & Advantages of Fleeceback Membrane & Urethane Adhesives
1 AIA CE Hour | Course: SDT110
AIA Provider: Carlisle Syntec
Presenter: Mike Gowl
1. Physical performance advantages of fleece membranes that enable them to resist the
forces of mother nature such as wind, rain and cold.
2. Performance advantages of urethane adhesives that eliminate the dependence on solvents
with VOC's or asphalt derived from foreign sources of oil.
3. Re-roofing advantages afforded by fleece membranes that can re-use existing roofing
systems and minimize landfill waste.
4. Multiple-ply membrane options utilizing highly reflective T or extremely weatherable EPDM
as the cap sheet.
02:10 - 03:10 PM
Sustainable Materials in Restrooms, Locker Rooms and Other Applications
1 AIA HSW CE Hour | Course: ISP10B
1 GBCI CE Hour for LEED Professionals | USGBC Course ID: 0090007573
AIA Provider: InfoSpec, Inc.
Sponsor: Scranton Products
Presenter: Mark Tachino
•Define and describe the material characteristics of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE).
•Describe how HDPE recycled content reduces environmental impact.
•List several ways HDPE materials offer both initial and long term improvements to the indoor
air quality of any project.
•Explain how responsible manufacturing is a critical part of any product’s life cycle assessment and
give several examples of these environmental improvements over traditional manufacturing processes.
03:20 - 04:20 PM
Expanded Polystyrene - The Economical Choice for Roofing Insulation
1 AIA HSW CE Hour | Course Number: EPS105
AIA Provider: Carlisle Construction Materials
Presenter: Jason Myers
• Define and understand how Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) is manufactured
• Understand the environmental features and benefits of EPS insulation including recyclability,
LEED, thermal performance, and energy efficiency.
• Understanding key physical properties of the different EPS products used in Roofing applications.
• Understand the features and benefits of the different EPS products: standard, faced, and
composites and which roofing applications they are used in.
• Understand the economic advantages when using EPS in different roofing applications than
other insulations. Case Study examples cited. Understand what key components to consider
when preparing a specification for EPS vs another insulation product in a roofing application:
R-Value, Compressive Strength, Codes, Product Performance, Labor Costs, LEED and
Sustainability, Product Availability and Warranty.
04:30 - 05:30 PM
Sustainable Design uses for Large Opening Wall Systems
1 AIA HSW CE Hour | Course Number: SD0001
AIA Provider: Nanawall Systems, Inc.
Presenter: Mark Briggs
Learning Objective 1: Familiarize attendees with terminology, capabilities, and usage of large
operable glass walls
Learning Objective 2: Provide answers of how large operable glass walls play a vital role in
sustainable /GREEN design
Learning Objective 3: Demonstrate how the function of operable glass wall systems improve
the Health, Safety, and Welfare of building occupants
Learning Objective 4: Illustrate new ideas to tke into the design process of schools, hospitals,
and other commercial applications and to help attendees through that
When & Where
CE Academy, Inc.
The CE Academy is coming to a city near you!
Are you a design professional or spec writer in need of CE credit hours to maintain your AIA membership or state license? CE Academy, Inc. organizes 4-8 hours of continuing education in a seminar format so you can earn multiple CE hours at one time.
These AIA and/or GBCI registered courses provide education credit. CE Academy will also manage the reporting of your credits to the AIA and email you a certificate of completion for your records after the event.
Available education credits include:
>> AIA HSW CE Hours
>> GBCI CE Hours for LEED® Professionals
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For a list of accessible education and LEED webinar courses, please visit GreenCE.