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The Procrastinator's Special
Date: 12/19/2013  
Time: 8:30 am-3:00 pm
Location: AIA Connecticut, 370 James Street, Suite 402, New Haven, CT
CE Units: 5 HSW hours
Description: For those members who have put off fulfilling their continuing education requirements, here is the solution!

Schedule:
8:30 am—Registration and light Breakfast

8:45 am—“IZ Windows and Coastal Codes” with Dave LoCascio, Assoc. AIA, A.W Hastings/ Marvin Windows and Doors: A program on hurricane history and how it affects hurricane patterns; the forces driving code development: the International Residential Code, International Building Code and International Energy Conservation Code; impact dynamics; IZ zones; and construction options.

9:55 am—“Most Common Mistakes in Residential Roofing" with Chris Barnaby, GAF: In this program, you will learn how to write roofing specifications with the most up to date industry installation techniques. You will also learn how to avoid the most common mistakes in residential roofing.

11:00 am—“Elements of Performance” with Mark Zaremba, Centria: A program on the key performance requirements of exterior walls, including the basics of conductive heat transfer and a discussion of the features and benefits of various panel and window transitions and joinery. Moisture/thermal design with metal walls and their role in developing sustainable buildings will be discussed

Noon—Lunch

12:30 pm—"The Next Generation of Electronic Access Control Door Opening Solutions" with Tracey Powell, ASSA ABLOY: A program to help you specify access control products and systems and their various components. Learn how simple access control systems can be used in planning security and how they affect building fire codes, accessibility standards, and life-safety.

1:45 pm—“Consideratons in Rainscreen Cladding Design: Exterior Moisture-Risk Design and Applications” with Bryant Coogan, James Hardie Building Products: Learn about moisture management in the building envelope and related considerations. Rainscreen and wall assembly options will be evaluated as well as their incorporation into the building envelope. The program will cover the design process in the context of moisture loads, transport and control layers.

Cost AIA, Senior Associate AIA, Affiliate or allied organization member: $75
Cost Associate AIA/Intern Architect member, Architecture Student: $40
Cost Non Member: $150
Telephone Number: (203) 865-2195
pobrien@aiact.org
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A Special Screening of Switch, a Primer on Global Energy
Date: 12/19/2013  
Time: 4:30 pm
Location: AIA Connecticut, 370 James Street, Suite 402, New Haven, CT
CE Units: 2 HSW/SD hours
Description: Filmed in eleven countries and exploring nine key energy resources from coal to solar, oil to biofuels, "Switch" is the first truly balanced energy film, embraced and supported by people all along the energy spectrum, fossil and renewable, academic and environmental.

Join Dr. Scott Tinker on a global journey to discover a balanced path to our energy future, exploring the world’s leading energy sites, many highly restricted and never before seen on film, finding answers from the people driving energy today, international leaders of government, industry and academia.

This documentary features a wide range of interviews with both renewable and fossil energy specialists, CEOs of international energy companies, and leading energy experts in government and academia.

Following the 90-minute movie, members of the AIA Connecticut Committee on the Environment (COTE) will lead a discussion of the film.

Cost AIA, Senior Associate AIA, Affiliate or allied organization member: $12
Cost Associate AIA/Intern Architect member, Architecture Student: $8
Cost Non Member: $15
Telephone Number: (203) 865-2195
pobrien@aiact.org
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