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AIA Florida Spring Webinars are back! Earn valuable continuing education credit by attending AIA Florida's webinars.­ These CE credits can be applied to your Florida license renewal as well as your AIA membership renewal!

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­Reducing Embodied Carbon Through Responsible Structural and MEP Design

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This presentation will cover recent research in the field of buildings and embodied carbon, with an eye to increasing our sustainability in design. Examine in detail the options available to design teams for EC reduction and discuss the contributions of Architecture 2030 and the SE 2050 challenge to making it possible to build sustainably.

Date:­­­ ­May 13, 2021

Time: 12:00 pm-1:00 pm Eastern

CE Credit: 1 HSW

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Masonry vs. the Storm: Building for Resilience

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Masonry Best Practices

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This webinar is comprised of two one-hour courses. The first hour will discuss how the resiliency of masonry can help reduce the long-term cost of repairs following a natural disaster.­ The second hour will provide an understanding of the currently adopted ASTM Masonry Standards and how they have proven over time to ensure resilient structures.­ Attend one or both hours.­

Date:­ May 20, 2021

Time: 11:00 am-1:00 pm Eastern

CE Credit: 2 HSW

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­The Architect's Professional Liability Toolbox - An Insurance/Risk Management Primer 2.0

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This webinar will delve into the risk management practices that impact the architect's professional liability programs – small and large alike. Learn risk management fundamentals, how management practices support the firm’s practice, evolving contract language fundamentals in an uncertain environment, and explorre insurance coverage concerns.

Date:­ June 3, 2021

Time: 12:00 pm-1:00 pm Eastern

CE Credit: 1 LU

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­Trending Accessible Design Standards: Restrooms, Locker Rooms & Adjacent Public Spaces

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Learn who needs and how to provide accessibility in the toilet & locker room space.­The presentation solutions reference accessibility standards’ compliance for restroom, locker room and adjacent space design.­The class also defines the seven principles of universal design, proper selection and placement of fixtures and accessories and their respective clearances in accordance with the identified standards.

Date:­ June 10, 2021

Time: 12:00 pm-1:00 pm Eastern

CE Credit: 1 HSW

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The following webinars are provided by OldCastle Coastal and made available through a partnership with AIA Florida.­ Webinars are led by and hosted by APG University.

For more information or to register, go HERE:

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PICP System Design and Construction

Join experts from Oldcastle APG as they provide an introduction to PICP systems, plus an overview of the challenges of impervious surfaces in achieving the goals of Low Impact Development, specifically stormwater infiltration practices through pavement surfaces.­This course addresses designing for hydrological and structural requirements, and reviews required details, and the design approach discussed is based on the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institutes PICP design manual.

Date:­­­ ­May 13, 2021

Time: 1:00 pm Eastern

CE Credit: 1 HSW

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LEED v4.1 Changes

Designing to LEED v4.1 will enable architects to provide healthier, more sustainable spaces for occupants and will benefit the overall environment. Join sustainability expert Christine A. Subasic, PE as she discusses the changes from the LEED 2009 standard to the latest LEED v4.1 standard, with a specific focus on masonry. This course will discuss how LEED fosters sustainable building, and the principal areas in which LEED v4.1 differs from previous versions of LEED in improving the level of energy savings and eliminating CO2 output.

Date:­­­ ­May 27, 2021

Time: 1:00 pm Eastern

CE Credit: 1 HSW

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­Using PICP to Meet Stormwater Treatment Objectives

In this session, experts from Oldcastle APG will provide a summary of the academic and industry research to date using PICP for water treatment, along with strategies for combining the benefits of PICP with manufactured treatment systems. We will also identify how PICP systems can be used as part of a treatment train process and understand the general trend towards focusing on stormwater quality and treatment solutions.

­Date:­ June 10, 2021

Time: 1:00 pm Eastern

CE Credit: 1 HSW

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Design Tactics for Stone Masonry Products

­Join experts from Oldcastle APG as we discuss large veneer options and the proper detailing procedures that need to be followed for moisture prevention and crack control. We will also discuss sustainable design options in specifying large masonry veneers, differences between wet cast and dry cast masonry veneer units, and the correct detailing needed for moisture prevention in masonry specification, particularly for large veneer units.­

Date:­ June 24, 2021

Time: 1:00 pm Eastern

CE Credit: 1 HSW

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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.


­View Previously Held Webinars in 2021

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


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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


View Previously Held Webinars­ in 2020

Please note, you cannot earn continuing education credit for 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 Experience - held 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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