New AIA/CES programs including accessible and protective window design now available from Wausau

Wausau Window and Wall Systems adds six new educational programs to its American Institute of Architects’ Continuing Education System (AIA/CES) courses:  * Accessibility Codes for Window Hardware (1 LU/HSW)* Protective Window Design (1 LU/HSW)* Codes, Ratings and Labels for Windows and Curtainwall (1.0 LU/HSW)* Re-cladding with Curtainwall (1.0 LU/HSW)* Window Replacement in Commercial, Institutional, and Mixed-use Residential Buildings (1.0 LU/HSW)* Condensation Resistance and Thermal Performance of Windows, Curtainwall, and Storefront (1.0 LU/HSW) “Accessibility and security are two key areas of concern for architects, owners and occupants.

We want to help them understand the applicable codes and standards, testing and certification, performance requirements and specifications to make an informed decision about the best window system design criteria,” says Wausau’s government market manager, Tom Mifflin, LEED® Green Associate.

 

AIA-registered architects are required to complete 12 hours of Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW) education as part of their total 18 Learning Units (18.0 LUs) in a calendar year. As a registered AIA/CES provider, Wausau offers a total of 11.0 possible LUs with the following courses:

* Window Selection for Sustainability and Long-Term Performance (1.0 LU/HSW, also online)

* Curtainwalls: Products, Performance and Practicalities (1.0 LU/HSW, also online)

* Daylighting and Integrated Façade Design (1.0 LU/HSW, also online)

* Understanding U-Factors (1.0 LU/HSW, also online)

* Glass: The Right Choice (1.0 LU/HSW)

“Packed with valuable, technical information on the building envelope, each course addresses fenestration in commercial and institutional building designs, such as government offices, health care facilities, schools and universities,” adds Mifflin.

Wausau’s long-standing commitment to architects, and to the whole building team, includes providing consultations, pre-bid design engineering assistance, and 24/7 access to product details, technical specifications and sustainable design information. For architectural firms seeking customized educational content, Wausau technical sales presenters have covered such topics as:

* Unitized Curtainwall Design

* Patient Safety in Health Care Construction

* Façade-Integrated Photovoltaics

* Fenestration Energy Modeling

* Historically-accurate Window Replacement

To request a presentation or other educational information from Wausau Window and Wall Systems, please email info@wausauwindow.com or visit http://www.wausauwindow.com/support/index.cfm?page=aiaces.

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