2020 Masonry Master Classes Information and Registration
ABOUT THE EVENT
Join us for our Masonry Master Classes 2020!
Don't miss this one of a kind event in the Capital Region! Our program will offer the continuing education to build better buildings using Masonry. Masonry Master Classes are open to anyone interested in learning how masonry can contribute to a safe, sustainable and cost effective building design. Take this opportunity to attend our event and we promise you - Questions will be answered, continuing education will be achieved, credits will be earned and connections will be made! Members of the Masonry and A/E/C community will gather April 2, 2020 at The Century House in Latham New York.
OPEN TO ALL: ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS and CONSTRUCTION PROFESSIONALS
BREAKFAST and LUNCH PROVIDED
OVERNIGHT ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS FOR THE EVENT CAN BE MADE BY CALLING THE HOTEL AT (518) 785-0931
Discount Code -UMI
Discounted room rate is $129++
Building Industry Center
6 Airline Drive
Albany, NY 12205
DATE & TIME
November 5, 2020
Full day event
8:00am - 4:00pm
COST TO ATTEND
$150 per attendee. Registration includes the entire program outline, breakfast and lunch.
Build Better Buildings by Design
We want to accommodate the entire A/E/C Community - Each topic will earn you an AIA credit as well as a PDH credit for the Registered Engineers and Architects, totaling 5 credits if all topics are attended.
BREAKFAST AND LUNCH PROVIDED
The Role of Masonry in Sustainable Design and LEED: 1 AIA/PDH
Christine A. Subasic, P.E., LEED AP
Consulting Architectural Engineer
The seminar, "The Role of Masonry in Sustainable Design and LEED, will provide attendees with an overview of the LEED v4/v4.1 Rating System and changes from the LEED 2009 Rating System. The LEED credit categories will be covered, with emphasis on the Materials and Resources credits and others related to masonry. This seminar will identify how masonry products can contribute to sustainable design and LEED.
Thermal Performance of Concrete Masonry Wall Systems: 1 AIA
Nick Carparelli, LEED Green assoc.
Executive Director, New York State Concrete Masonry Association
This presentation is based on the National Concrete Masonry Association’s (NCMA) Thermal Catalog of Concrete Masonry Assemblies. The contributions of concrete masonry’s thermal mass to energy efficient structures will be highlighted. The presentation will also introduce several strategies for insulating both single and multi-wythe construction. In addition, attendees will receive an overview of various methods of compliance for masonry assemblies with respect to the 2020 New York State Energy Conservation Code.
Using the Structural Design Manual for Hi-R and HI-R H pre insulated concrete masonry units: 1 AIA
David Biggs, P.E., S.E.
With considerations about energy and sustainability, many architects are selecting pre-insulated concrete masonry units (CMU) for their projects. However, the structural design of these systems can present challenges whenever the vertical reinforcement is not symmetrical in the wall. This presentation will identify some of the pre-insulated systems currently available, provide an overview of thermal characteristics, and address the structural aspects that designers must consider. The emphasis will be on the design single-wythe pre-insulated CMU walls, beams and lintels using a Structural Design Manual as an example.
Study of Initial Cost of Construction - Multi-Residential Structures: 1 AIA/PDH
Walter G.M Schneider III, PH.D., P.E., CBO, MCP, CFO,
You will be educated on the typical construction types and configurations commonly used in multi-family residential construction and their relative performance initially and over time. An explanation will be made of the construction cost model, which accurately evaluates the relative construction cost of a multi-family building constructed using different construction materials including wood, steel, masonry, precast and ICF. This new study addresses the initial cost of construction a common multi-family residential building based on the 2015 International Building Code designed using the balanced design approach.
Panel Discussion - 1 AIA/PDH
Moderator: David Biggs, P.E., S.E.
Biggs Consulting Engineering, PLLC
Panel will include perspectives from an Engineer(s), Architect and Mason Contractor
The purpose of the panel discussion is to increase masonry knowledge of our attendees from different perspectives when working on masonry projects. This platform enables a round table discussion and an opportunity to ask questions to a panel of masonry experts they otherwise might not get in front of. We hope with this platform attendees will absorb more masonry information in a positive light and will consider the use of masonry materials in future projects.
Now that you know what our day will be about, don't miss this event! - REGISTER HERE