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Continuing Education


Specifying Automatic and Manual Entrances

Understand the needs for specifying the most efficient and effective Automatic and Manual Pedestrian Entrances for any applications.  Learn to protect and improve the well-being of users as well as benefit the environment and user experience.
AIA Course #AUTODR22

Specifying Revolving Doors

Understand the needs of specifying revolving doors.  Learn to protect and improve the well-being of users as well as benefit the environment and user experience.

AIA Course #REVSR22

Specifying Automatic Pedestrian Entryways that Support Universal Design and Exceed ADA Standards

The integration of accessibility in automatic pedestrian entryways will benefit building occupants with mobility issues. Design professionals will be taught to choose and design appropriate entries, applying those door systems to meet and exceed all ADA requirements and comply with published building codes and standards.



Sliding Doors in a Means of Egress: Design Considerations and Code Requirements 

Participants will understand clearly the current model code requirements for means of egress design and the use of complying fire-rated sliding doors for selected exiting applications.

AIA Course #OWDFG23

Opening Protective Requirements in Fire & Smoke Walls

This one hour seminar educates the attendees on the 5 types of rated wall assemblies and the code requirements for protecting openings in those assemblies. With emphasis on Chapters 7 and 10 of the International Building Code, participants learn about size limitations and applications for egress and non-egress opening protectives.

AIA Course #WD07OP23

NFPA 3000 - Fundamental Concepts for Architects

An overview of NFPA 3000, Standards for an Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response (ASHER) with an emphasis on the requirements and questions it will pose for Architects.

AIA Course #NFPA3000WD

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