McKEON is now offering AIA Continuing Education Webinars. Receive AIA HSW credits from any location! At McKEON, it is our goal to forward the industry by serving as a resource for architects and designers. To that end, we provide a range of educational webinars that are eligible for AIA/CESLU.
We are currently offering four webinars!
Code 10: Opening Doors to Design Opportunities (1 LU/HSW)
This 1-hour webinar is structured to acquaint the design team with basic building code requirements that drive the use of fire and smoke rated wide span opening protectives.
- Participants will be able to differentiate between fire walls and fire barriers.
- Learners will understand the regulatory standards governing the use and application of wide span opening protectives.
- By examining numerous case studies participants will learn the fundamental code requirements that drive the placement of fire walls and fire barriers, their openings and opening protectives.
- By way of slides, discussion and case studies, participants will see the direct correlation between life safety, product application and open design
FF10: Fire and Smoke Rated Curtains, First Responder (1 LU/HSW)
This 1-hour webinar is structured to acquaint the design team with basic building code requirements that drive the use of flexible fabric fire and smoke rated wide span opening protectives.
- Draft curtains and their intended use in the fire & life safety system of building structures.
- Characteristics of the flexible fabric egress door and how it complies with current building code means of egress requirements.
- Building code requirements pertaining to opening protectives constructed of flexible fire and smoke rated fabric:
- UL Standards 10B and 10D
- The principles guiding positive pressure testing
SS10: Understanding the Storm Shelter Requirements (1 LU/HSW)
This 1-hour webinar is structured to assist the design professional with understanding the most recent changes to Section 423 of the 2015 Edition of the IBC. This code section has been revised wherein specific requirements have been introduced mandating the design and construction of storm shelters in critical emergency operations facilities and in Group E occupancies within the continental US FEMA designated 250 mph wind zone.
- Attendees will be able to analyze the requirements for storm shelter design and construction based on the IBC Section 423 and the ICC 500 Standard.
- Attendees will be able to list fundamental differences between ICC 500 and FEMA P-361.
- Attendees will analyze case studies to determine best design and construction options for storm shelters.
EDU100: Higher Education and Building Code Compliance (1 LU/HSW)
This 1-hour seminar focuses attention on two large university structures, highlighting multiple technologies within the McKEON product line. Special emphasis is given to unique vertical space design solutions that mitigate atrium requirements.
- The fundamental code requirements as they apply to the design of vertical spaces.
- Wide-span opening protectives and their applications in passive wall systems.
- Exploring the significant impact code requirements have upon building function, ambiance and overall appearance.
- Examine unique circumstances wherein NFPA 101 and IBC collaborate to maximize fire and life safety for building occupants as applied to vertical spaces.
More dates have been added for our AIA Continuing Education Webinars! Register for courses through the end of July.
Use the link below to select a day and time that is convenient to your schedule to register for one of our webinars!
To arrange a personal webinar for your firm at a specific date and time email McKeonOnlineCEUs@McKeonDoor.com to request one of the courses listed above.
We look forward to having you!