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JUNE 2017 JUNE 07 Coreslab, Dawn Rogers, 602-399-3558 JUNE 14 Morin, Dontae Johnson, 818-282-2142 1 AIA LU with HSW ...

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JUNE 2017

JUNE 07 Coreslab, Dawn Rogers, 602-399-3558

JUNE 14 Morin, Dontae Johnson, 818-282-2142

1 AIA LU with HSW

1 AIA LU “Single Component Metal Panel Design Best Practices”

“Sustainable Design Using Precast Concrete” Objectives: understand high performance building principles using precast concrete systems; understand precast connections & how to create designs with adaptability & deconstructability in mind; understand how to integrate the structural system with other building systems; and discuss sustainable principles & how it relates to concrete.

-Identify market sectors for architectural single component metal panels -Understand the aesthetics and design flexibility -Natural metals options and advantages -Manufacturing process: custom fabrication and accessory options -Understand single component metal panel advantages as part of an all-inclusive building envelope assembly -Competitive advantages of single component metal panels in comparison to ACM and IMP Systems.

JUNE 21 ASSA ABLOY, Kathie Gittins, 602-402-2766 1 AIA LU with HSW

JUNE 28 CPI, Foster Engineered Products, Bob Foster, 602-265-0127 and Don Tracey, 602-377-4574

“The Next Generation of Electronic Access Control Door Opening Solutions” - Review history of mechanical, stand-alone, and networked access control products and the common terminology used to describe their deployment. - Understand how technologies convergence is driving the development of new and sophisticated electronic access control door hardware solutions. - Examine the advantages and disadvantages of intelligent electronic access control products (IP Enabled, Wiegand Output) and their appropriate applications. - Learn the correct questions to ask and language to use when writing electronic access control products into specifications.

1 AIA LU with HSW and 1 GBCI Objectives of current daylighting technology: -key characteristics of successful & unsuccessful designs & strategies -unitized translucent wall panels for building envelopes, dynamic computer controlled sun tracking systems, optimal light transmission for high energy savings, avoiding energy spikes with daylighting systems -LEED points and daylighting, daylighting effects in educational, retail & work environments, building and energy code compliance -project case studies

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Phoenix

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JUNE 2017

JUNE 01 Hilti, Heath Ludwig, 480-747-8305, [email protected] 1 AIA LU with HSW

June 15 Guardian Industries Corp., Tracy Naugle, 626-221-0803 1 AIA LU with HSW “Principles of Glass Selection for Facades: From Rendering to Reality”

“Fireproofing Structural Steel” Objectives: -Understand various methodologies utilized to protect structural steel -Understand how intumescent steel protection works, including factors critical to design -Understand the components of Fireproofing UL systems and design restrictions within them -Understand aesthetic considerations for intumescent steel protection -Identify correct installation and inspection procedures for intumescent steel fire-protection

-Understand the key criteria in selecting glass types and how those choices can influence the building’s aesthetic condition and trade-offs can be considered between performance and design criteria. -How glass samples should be viewed to gain the most accurate impression of appearance -Examine the variety of glass types and sputter-coated low-E products in the market and how each differs in appearance and performance. Explore a variety of fabrication techniques that provide additional glass customization and code compliance – including lamination, silkscreen and spandrel applications

PLEASE MAKE RESERVATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING SEMINARS: o 06/01 Hilti Firestop o Email a reminder o 06/15 Guardian o Email a reminder NAME(S) (limit 3 from one company)

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Tempe

JUNE 2017

JUNE 15 Specialty Lighting Industries, Lights Up Arizona, Art Hatley (415-248-6480) and David Gill, 480-600-2504, [email protected] 1 AIA LU

Presenter Arthur Hatley, VP Sales for Specialty Lighting Industries, has been a sought after speaker in the lighting industry for over thirty years. He has presented at the international conferences of the ASID, IES, AIA and LightFair International.

“Color in Lighting” We’ll discuss: -Elements of color in lighting -Historical background -MacAdam Ellipse -CCT and the Black Body Locus -CRI – Color Rending Index -Spectral Power Distribution -Gamma Area Index -Lighting applications

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06/15 Specialty Lighting Ind.

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Scottsdale