Start Date: 6/9/2020 11:00 AM CDT
End Date: 6/9/2020 12:00 PM CDT
Association of Licensed Architects
Understanding what is important to include on your Construction documents is key to a successful bid and proper construction detailing, including the building envelope and fire rated partitions. Taking lessons learned from hundreds of projects, we will identify what items should be included in the drawings to set clear expectations of what the contractor is to install and detail.
The program goes over lessons learned from many projects to better understand building envelope and life safety concerns.
1. Review lessons learned from many past projects and discuss the most repeated concerns with regard to the building envelope and life safety in the building and how to best implement them in your specifications and drawings.
2. Recognize common repeated concerns with specifications and discuss what should be included for more confident bidding of the building envelope and life safety designs.
3. Discuss building envelope and life safety construction coordination requirements that affect the overall quality of the construction.
4.Apply what you have learned about these lessons learned and system detailing to produce a better set of construction documents.
Presented by: Corey Zussman, ALA, AIA, NCARB, RBEC, Pepper Construction Group
A registered Architect for over 25 yrs, specializing in building envelope, restoration, & life safety. Currently, Dir. of Quality Assurance for Pepper Construction Group, working on 75 projects a year, performing constructability reviews, site observation, & comprehensive envelope meetings.
Earn 1.0 CEU/HSW
Cost: $15 Members / $30 Non-Members / ALA Students + New Grads: Free
Please call the ALA at 847-382-0630 with any questions.