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AIA CES Registered Courses


Learn first hand from our engineering experts, while earning continuing education credits towards your AIA certifications. Have another topic your team could benefit from with an engineering perspective? Let us know – we’re constantly developing new courses in support of our clients.

AGING FACILITIES AND THE DENSIFIED WORKPLACE
ONE LU/HSW
Impacts of the densified workplace on buildings with aging infrastructure and what you can do to make sure your designs encompass a safe, comfortable and healthy workplaces.

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS: LAB DESIGN & MAKING SENSE OF OVERLAPPING CODES
ONE LU/HSW
The storage and use of hazardous materials in labs is highly regulated by building codes, fire prevention codes and NFPA standards, as well as by insurance underwriters. We’ll dig deep in to the hazmat codes for labs, explaining IBC and NFPA, and how to apply the codes that overlap.

IMPROVING IAQ TO REDUCE COVID-19 EXPOSURE
ONE LU
While we can’t completely eliminate COVID-19 from buildings, there are a number of practical steps that can be taken to reduce the potential exposure to harmful viruses to building occupants.

INTRODUCTION TO AV DESIGN: THE IMPACTS & CHALLENGES
ONE LU
In modern workplaces, the use of video conferencing, interactive engagement displays, and technology integration helps foster collaboration and innovation. This presentation familiarizes the listener with AV systems and delves into the many factors that impact design and construction.

INTRODUCTION TO HVAC
ONE LU
Overview of the most common HVAC system types encountered while working on interiors projects and the potential impacts they have on occupant comfort and energy consumption.

NYC LOCAL LAW 97
ONE LU
Learn about NYC Climate Mobilization Act, Local Law 97, and the implications to the built environment. Discuss which buildings are required to comply, how carbon emissions limits are calculated, and how to address both immediate and long-term strategies for comprehensive retrofits.

OCCUPANT COMFORT
ONE LU/HSW
Factors affecting thermal comfort ranging from the routinely discussed space temperature and humidity to the less frequent questions about space temperature and humidity to the less frequent questions about space air velocity and occupant clothing levels.

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