Free Wind-Borne Debris Glazing Symposium For Architects, Builders And Developers

Date: 7 January 2008
Source: CGI Windows & Doors
Florida architects, builders and developers are invited to  learn the latest about wind-borne debris requirements for design and construction at a free  architectural symposium organized by CGI Windows & Doors.

The Future of  Windborne Debris will feature leading industry experts who will discuss the most current  information on building requirements and what changes to expect in the coming years.

The symposium is free to all qualified attendees who pre-register. Architects will earn  three Health, Welfare & Safety AIA Learning Units. Course completion certificates will  also be provided to all attendees at the conclusion of the seminar.  The Future of Wind-Borne Debris will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on  Thursday, Jan 31 at the Deerfield Beach Hilton Hotel, 100 Fairway Drive, Deerfield  Beach, Florida, 33441, 954-427-7700. Lunch is included.  An AIA-accredited symposium, The Future of Wind-Borne Debris will bring architects,  builders and developers the most up-to-date information on design, construction and  building codes for residential and commercial glazing requirements. In addition to  presentations, the symposium will also include a live demonstration of the air cannon  test used to certify window systems under the Florida building code.

Presenters will include:

- John Knezevich, Vice President, Thornton Tomasetti, a building engineering services  company

- Vinu Abraham, CEO of HTL, a fenestration consulting, testing and certification company

- Chris Matthews, Glazing Consultants International, LLC, specializing in the exterior  building envelope

The symposium is endorsed by the AIA Ft. Lauderdale Chapter, the AIA Palm Beach Chapter and the AIA Treasure Coast Chapter.

600450 Free Wind-Borne Debris Glazing Symposium For Architects, Builders And Developers

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