San Antonio, TX - 1 ADA/Barrier-Free Design & 6 HSW Credits
Tuesday, April 1, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (CDT)
San Antonio, TX
"Continuing Education & Networking Event"
San Antonio, TX
April 01, 2014
6 AIA HSW Credit Hours
1 ADA Hour for Licensed Architects | Accessibility/ADA/Barrier-Free Design
"Parking permits" will be provided for the day of the event which will be sent out by email.
As well, a map of the campus showing the exact building for the event.
Building Location: The Nursing and Allied Health Building (NAHC) sits behind the Empowerment Center at 703 Howard.
8:00 AM Registration Begins
Morning pastries, fruit and coffee provided
8:30 - 9:30 AMI(on time BG)
Roof Gardens, Basic Design Principles
1 AIA HSW CE Hour | AIA Course Number: 00G106
Provider: Carlisle Construction Materials
This one-hour course includes the learning of proper design principles for Roof Gardens.
Subjects include proper membrane selection and application, drainage principles, plant
selection, methods of vegetation and the performance advantages of Roof Garden implementation.
Attendees will also learn various methods of Roof Garden installation as well as advantages and disadvantages of traditional and modular Roof Garden systems.
1: Understanding the three main types and why one is used over the over.
2: Understanding installation procedure.
3: Understanding common vegetation types.
4: Understanding industry trends and advantage of Roof Gardens.
9:40 - 10:40 AM (on time - BG)
PVC Roofing Materials, Performance, Construction, Functionality – One of a Kind?
1 AIA HSW Hour | AIA Course Number: SDR116
AIA Provider: Carlisle Construction Material
Presenter: Kyle Sargent
PVC is one of the most diverse products in the building industry and one of the most misunderstood. This presentation will help to better understand why PVC is one of the most versatile and modifiable thermoplastics. With all the different formulations, types, reinforcements and construction, knowledge of this product type will assist the specify in creating better specifications.
10:50 - 11:50 AM (on time BG)
Course Title: Incorporating Pest Barriers into the Building Envelope
Course number: IPO07A
AIA Provider: Polyguard Products, Inc.
Presenter: John Muncaster
The building envelope has proven its value in controlling energy loss and moisture. But why not design the envelope to also act as a pest barrier? Research beginning in 2000 has proven that there are several materials which can block termites, insects, and other pests from entry to a structure. A tested and proven insect barrier sealant with elastomeric properties can: 1. Seal off almost all pest entry points, and 2. Stretch over the myriad gaps, crevices, and cracks which occur in all structures from differential movement of building components. By drastically reducing the opportunity for pest entry, there can be a significant reduction in pesticides needed to eliminate the pests.
1. Explain the amount of pretreatment pesticides currently in use.
2. Describe the numerous ways pests enter structures.
3. Explain the interactions between state pest control regulators and building code officials in new
construction pest control considerations.
4. Discuss several new materials and design alternatives to incorporate pest barriers into the building
5. Explain three new levels of pest barriers, ranging from low to premium in cost, for specifiers to
6. Discuss LEED credits applicable to the new material and design alternatives.
12:00 PM Lunch Sponsored by Max Rodgers with RM Rodgers, Inc.
1:00 - 2:00 PM (on time BG)
“ACCESSIBILITY: TAS Basics 101”
The 2012 Texas Accessibility Standards - Changes that You Need To Know
One Hour – Texas Board of Architectural Examiners (TBAE) | CE No. 130226
1 HSW CE Hour | AIA Course #: FCA00A
AIA Provider: Ron Blank & Associates, Inc
Presented By: Fred D. Cawyer AIA, NCARB, RAS, APA
1. Provide a general review of the 2012 Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS).
2. Discuss the TDLR-AB accessibility Plan Review and on-site inspection processes.
3. Explain the 2012 Texas Accessibility Standards - Addressing changes from the previous 1994
4. List components of mandatory compliance required since 15 March 2012.
5. Discuss TDLR-AB 2012 TAS - Technical Memorandums and photographic accessibility examples
applying the new standards.
Questions & Answers Session:
2:10 - 3:10 PM (2:10 - 2:50)
Introduction to Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC)
1 AIA HSW Credit Hour | AIA Course #: X240
AIA Provider: Xella Aircrete North America
Presenter: Roderick Paris
This program will give the audience an understanding of Autoclaved Aerated Concrete as a
building material and its sustainable design features. Topics include an overview of the material’s
history, the manufacturing process, material properties; such as thermal efficiency, fire resistance,
acoustic performance and ecology, and examples of structures built with AAC throughout the World.
1. Explain the properties of AAC and how it is manufactured.
2. Identify AAC products and profiles.
3. Describe performance advantages of AAC including fire resistance, seismic, sustainability and
4. Recognize areas where AAC can assist in earning LEEDTM credits.
5. Explain AAC construction techniques in typical commercial, hospitality and educations building
3:20 - 4:20 PM (3:10 - 4:15 - BG)
Densified Concrete & Densified Polished Concrete
1 AIA HSW CE Hour | AIA Course #: CDI102
AIA Provider: Curcrete Distribution, Inc.
Presenter: Deke Rife
Learn more about the differences between densified concrete and densified-polished concrete. Identify how chemical densifiers can enhance the performance of concrete floors and the many alternatives and choices that are available on the market today. Also learn more about densified-polished concrete and how this process takes densified concrete one step further, providing all the benefits of a chemically densified floor, with an aesthetically pleasing decorative finish.
1. Identify the differences between "densified concrete" and "densified-polished concrete."
2. Identify the challenges, disadvantages of using floor coatings and membranes as
opposed to chemical densifiers.
3. Identify the advantages of using chemical densifiers over floor coatings and
membranes. Identify the added benefits that polishing can add to densified concrete
and the low life cycle cost factor when compared to other types of flooring materials
and coverings such as tile, terrazzo, etc.
4. Learn how the process of concrete densification eliminates the need for additional
applications, and can enhance the overall performance of concrete for the life of the
floors, when using the right chemical densifier product.
'This Agenda is not a final schedule, and is subject to updates, additions and changes'
When & Where
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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
>> ADA Hours Accessibility/barrier-free
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