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Upcoming Fall Webinars


­­Dec. 2 - APGU - Modern Masonry: Fire Protection and Enhanced Performance, 1 p.m. Eastern, Dec. 2, 1 LU/HSW

APGU and AIA Florida invite you to a free webinar that will describe masonry's inherent characteristics that prevent it from being damaged by fire, moisture and mold, all while meeting stringent code requirements and performance standards.

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You may also­ ­visit our­­­ ­­­On Demand­­ ­course catalog to find several courses offering continuing education credit, including the advanced Florida Building Code credit, that can be taken at your convenience.


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2021 Fall Hot Topics Webinar Recordings, Presentation Material and Q&A

Please note: These video recordings are for information only - continuing education credit­­­ connot be obtained from viewing the recordings.

Day 1:

Thin Film Intumescent Coating Fire Protection Overview

Subterranean Termites: Below-Slab Protection Methodologies

Solutions for Large Openings in Wind Borne and Coastal Areas

Florida Building Code, 7th Edition (2020 update)

Presentation Material - Day 1

Q&A - Day 1­

­Day 2:

Cost Effective Design with Masonry

Specifying and Installing Thin Veneers

Advanced FBC - Existing Buildings­

Presentation Material - Day­­ ­2

Q&A - Day 2­

Day 3:

Intro to Laminated Glass

A-Z Security Sectional and Coiling Doors

Lightweight Insulating Concrete (LWIC) Roof Deck: Florida Applications and The Florida Building Code­

Waterproofing the Building Envelope

Presentation Material - Day­ ­­3

Q&A - Day 3­


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Additional Recordings of Webinars Held in ­­­2021

Please note: You cannot earn continuing education credit­­­ ­for viewing these videos. They are for information only.


Waterproofing the Building Envelope - March 11, 2021

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Designing Glazing for Wind-Borne Protection - March 18, 2021

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Building Sustainably: Wood's Role in Healthy Forests and Healthy Buildings - March 25, 2021

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Optimal Design for High Performance Glazing Systems - April 15, 2021

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­Controlling Masonry in Moisture - April 21, 2021

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­Developing Masonry Structures to Meet the 7th Edition of the 2020 Florida Building Code­- April 21, 2021

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Bluebeam Revu: Managing the Health, Safety & Welfare of the General Public - April 22, 2021

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PVC Roofing Materials - Performance, Construction, Functionality - April 29, 2021

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Post Pandemic Sustainable Design - Restrooms, Locker Rooms and Other Public Spaces - May 6, 2021

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­Reducing Embodied Carbon Through Responsible Structural and MEP Design - May 13, 2021

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­Masonry vs. the Storm: Building for Resilience - May 20, 2021

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­Masonry Best Practices - May 20, 2021

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­­The Architect's Professional Liability Toolbox - An Insurance/Risk Management Primer 2.0 - June 3, 2021

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Trending Accessible Design Standards: Restrooms, Locker Rooms & Adjacent Public Spaces - June 10, 2021

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A Walk Through the Changes from the Florida Building Code 6th Edition to the 7th Edition (Non-Advanced) - June 16, 2021

Webinar Recording

Presentation Material

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APGU - Design Strategies for Architectural Stone Masonry - June 24

Webinar Recording

Presentation Material

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The Art of Metal Wall Panels: Corrugated & Concealed Fastener Attachments - September 16

Webinar Recording

Presentation Material

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SGP, PVB, LowE Understanding Fenestration Glass Makeups in Order to Comply with Florida Building Codes -­September 23

Webinar Recording

Presentation Material

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Revit 2022 Hot Topics - October 28

Webinar Recording

­Presentation Material

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View Previously Held Webinars­ in­2020

Please note,­you cannot earn continuing education credit­for viewing these videos. They are for information only.


Architect Led Plan Review & Construction Inspection Services­- held June 10, 2020

Architect Led Plan Review Presentation Material


Wicked Water III: Florida, Flooding and Financing Adaptation­- held June 17, 2020­

Wicked Water Presentation Material


Demystifying Fellowship­- held June 24, 2020

Demystifying Fellowship Presentation Material


The Complexities of Owner and Operating an Architecture Firm­- held July 7, 2020

The Complexities of Owning and Operating an Architecture Firm Material


Changes to Architecture Practice Act – How to Stay Out of Trouble­- held July 16, 2020

Changes to Architecture Practice Act - How to Stay Out of Trouble - Material

Changes to Architecture Practice Act - How to Stay Out of Trouble - Q&A


Ethical Leadership and the JLI­- held July 23, 2020

Ethical Leadership and the JLI - Material


Changes to the Florida Building Code - What You Need to Know and More­- held July 30, 2020

Changes to the Florida Buiding Code - Material

Changes to the Florida Building Code - Q&A


A 2020 Insurance/Risk Management Primer - The New Normal­ - held August 13

A 2020 Insurance/Reisk Managmenet Primer - The New Normal - Material


Improve your Paperless Design Workflow with the new Revu 20­- held September 3


Interior Design Regulation/Deregulation - The Florida Experience­held September 10

Interior Design Regulation/Deregulation - The Florida Experience­- Material

Interior Design Regulation/Deregulation - The Florida Experience­- Q&A


Revit Tips and Tricks­- Held October 1


Advanced FBC: Life Safety Plans - Graphics & Codes­- Brad Schiffer, AIA

Advanced FBC: Code Compliant Construction Documents­- Greg Bruke, FAIA


A Walk Through the Changes from the Florida Building Code 6th Edition to the 7th Edition­ (Non-Advanced)­- Brad Schiffer, AIA

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Reminder -­­ ­you cannot earn continuing education credit­­ ­for viewing these videos. They are for information only.

 

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