AIA Approved CEU Course: Drainage & Drying in the Exterior Wall. Learn how to: recognize the integral role of a gap within the exterior wall; understand the performance characteristics of drainable housewrap and rainscreens; Understand the selection criteria to consider when designing for moisture management in wall systems; Determine the appropriate ways to employ draining and drying principles for a variety of cladding systems.
For more information, visit www.BenjaminObdyke.com/CEU.
Earn AIA credits through the courses offered by Carlisle Coatings and Waterproofing. Our programs cover areas ranging from above-grade waterproofing and insulation to fluid-applied membrane air barriers and self-adhering sheet flashing. Building professionals rely on CCW for its patented, energy-efficient products for interior and exterior wall applications.
For more information, visit www.carlisleccw.com.
As a registered provider of AIA/CES courses, Duro-Last® offers educational programs covering areas such as: thermoplastic roofing materials and systems, energy studies, codes and sustainable roofing, life-cycle costs, high-performance roofing, vegetative roof systems, and current issues regarding PVC-based roofing systems. A guided tour of the Duro-Last roofing system manufacturing complex is also among Duro-Last’s course offerings.
For more information, visit http://duro-last.com/aia.
As a registered provider of AIA courses, FiberTite Roofing Systems offers several accredited educational programs. Learn about the proper formulation of ketone ethylene ester for the ASTM standard in “What Makes a Membrane KEE?”; how a fluoropolymer top-finish provides superior performance in “The Merger Between Membrane Roofing & Fluoropolymer Technology”; and discover “Five Critical Roofing Performance Considerations.”
For more information, visit www.fibertite.com.
Georgia-Pacific Gypsum’s AIA-registered courses help professionals meet requirements for continuing education. AIA-member architects can earn Health Safety Welfare (HSW) continuing education credits for successfully completing these programs. Non-members can also take the online courses for CEU credit. GP Gypsum sponsors free, online AIA registered programs for architects through course provider, AEC Daily.
For more information, visit http://buildgp.com/continuing-education.
Slate Roofs in America: An Enduring Architectural Statement This presentation provides a history of Natural Slate Roofing and transitions into many alternative products that replicate Natural Slate Roofing. You will learn to evaluate key performance aspects of slate alternative roofing products with an emphasis on synthetic slate tiles. Within the synthetic slate alternatives, you will learn to compare key components and differences between the various manufacturers to provide the best quality synthetic slate tile for your project.
As an AIA registered provider, QCP offers AIA/GBCI CE courses covering sustainable roofing, fluid-applied roofing and sustainable streets/pavement coating technology. QCP is an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified manufacturer, producing roofing systems, coating solutions and pavement coatings under the trusted HydroStop, StreetBond and United Coatings brand names.
For more information, visit www.quest-cp.com/aia.
Learn about the self-adhered modified bitumen commercial roofing options and earn CEUs with XtraFlex® by Polyglass. To schedule your lunch and learn, call 800-374-7663. To earn CEUs remotely, visit www.ronblank.com to learn more about matching the right system with the right design solution.
For more information, visit www.xtraflexroofsystems.com.