AIA Newark & Suburban and The Architects League of Northern New Jersey present

25th Anniversary

AIA TRADE SHOW

Marriott at Glenpointe, Teaneck NJ

THURSDAY, MAY 8th

1:00-4:00 PM Seminars

4:00-8:00 PM Trade Show, Drinks and Dinner

Show admission, food and beverages are free to all members of: AIA Newark & Suburban and Architects League of Northern New Jersey

All others:  $40 charge plus cash bar

Advance registration is not required for attendance.

Registration for seminars is mandatory.  Please register with individual providers (see schedule below).

This event is closed to vendors who are not participating.

GRAND PRIZE RAFFLE GIVEAWAY:

Lutron RadioRa2 Home Control System provided by Digital Surroundings.  This lighting control system as a retail value of $2,000 and includes installation in the state of NJ.

TWO RAFFLE GIVEAWAYS FOR INTERN ARCHITECTS:

Provided by Kaplan:

One complete ARE Library

One complete set of the seven OnDemand Review Courses

SEMINAR SCHEDULE [PDF]

Seminar Sponsor

Seminar Room

1:00 PM SEMINAR SCHEDULE

Sherwin Williams

EAST BALLROOM NO. I

COATINGS TO HELP SUPPORT CLEANER & FRESHER HEALTHCARE ENVIRONMENTS –  1 HSW LU – David C. Hall  – 908-309-8709 or email: dave.c.hall@sherwin.com

 

Course objectives include: Explore how coatings support the latest initiatives in acute-care facilities through chemical-reducing and anti-microbial technology; describe how coating can help reduce odors in long-term care facilities; specify high-performance coating that meet healthcare needs; and, explain cost implications of specifying an advanced-technology coatings for acute-care & long term care facilities.

Parksite

EAST BALLROOM NO. II

NFPA 285-ASSEMBLY TEST of EXTERIOR WALLS with COMBUSTIBLE COMPONENTS – 1 HSW LUMark Toth – 914-841-4480 or email: hdecker@parksite.com

 

NFPA 285 is the Standard Fire Test Method for Evaluation of Fire Propagation Characteristics of Exterior Non-Load-Bearing Wall Assemblies Containing Combustible Components. NFPA 285 assembly tests are required when exterior non-combustible walls contain combustible components by the International Building Code (IBC). The scope of materials classified by the IBC requiring NFPA 285 testing is increasing.

Combined with more stringent energy code requirements, the use of combustible materials is also growing in exterior walls. The most common contributing factors to non-compliance of designs requiring NFPA 285 assembly testing include: lack of understanding of applicability of test on exterior wall assemblies.; recent building and energy code changes causing new triggers for the test.; and lack of understanding of assembly vs. product results for NFPA 285 tests.

CMI Interiors

EAST BALLROOM NO. III

CONTROLLING LED’s to MEET CUSTOMER EXPECTATION – 1 HSW LU

Jeff Dean, Northeast Res. Spec. Sales-973-912-0922 or email: jes@cmiinteriorsinc.com

 

This seminar describes the features & benefits of LED’s as a general illumination light source and the applications that are best suited to LEDs. LED components and their compatibility are explained.  Existing control types and standards to identify the differences between power sources are explained.  Attendees will recognize LED drivers as a critical component in LED lighting systems and identify their important characteristics.

Compass Ironworks

BERGEN

ROOM

DESIGN & SPECIFICATION of SUSTAINABLE CUSTOM IRONWORK–  1 HSW LU  Amos Glick–President, Compass Ironworks–717-442-1948  or email: sales@ironworkclassics.com

This course provides in- depth information on specification of entrance gates, fences & railings presented by a master craftsman.  Iron is an elegant expressive material that expresses diverse design designs from a range project styles spanning decades & centuries.  This sustainable & eco friendly material provides minimal environmental impact & design sensitivity.

 

Seminar Sponsor

Seminar Room

2:10 PM SEMINAR SCHEDULE

HandiLift

EAST BALLROOM NO. I

ACCESSIBILITY WITH DIGNITY - 1  HSW LU

Douglas Boydston–President, 800-432-LIFT or llesniowski@handi-lift.com

 

When you can’t use a ramp or an elevator, what do you do for accessibility? Platform (wheelchair) lifts don’t have to be an eyesore but can be a challenge. We will review how to navigate between the State Building Code, ANSI A117.1 usability standards, the ADA Guidelines and ASME A18.1 safety standards. Periodic testing and maintenance requirements will be discussed.

ATAS

EAST BALLROOM NO. II

ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDING ENVELOPE TECHNOLOGY – 1 HSW LU

Chris Kroeter – Product Representative  – 610-395-8446  or email: ckroeter@atas.com

 

The course involves: how metal cladding on roofs & walls contribute to sustainable building initiatives; concept & technology of Building Integrated Photovoltaic System (BIPV); how the combination of solar reflectance & thermal emittance of Cold Metal Roofing concepts meet Energy Star requirements; learn the function of Transpired Solar Collector for heating & cooling.

3M

EAST BALLROOM NO. III

AIR BARRIER SYSTEMS-UNDERSTANDING THE TECHNOLOGIES & THEIR IMPORTANCE–1 HSW LU  -  H. Peter Golter –732-381-3804  or email: hpgolter@mmm.com

 

This course gives an overview of an aspect of Sustainable Design(SD): Air Barriers, which meet this criterion through energy efficient, building longevity, and improvements in air quality. Focus is on COTE Measure #7-Energy Flows & Energy Futures. Course provides an overview of benefits of air barriers for commercial buildings.  Learn about different materials & application methods for field verification and testing to insure performance.

Porcelanosa

BERGEN

ROOM

VENTILATED FAÇADE SYSTEMS FOR BUILDINGS –  1 HSW LU

Ignacio Vidal  – 201-349-4671 or email: dlevy@porcelanosa-usa.com

 

Course objectives include: correctly define various types of exterior cladding systems; identify the major components/features of the ventilated façade system; gain an understanding of the advantages of the ventilated facade compared to cladding systems; and, learn the appropriate use of ventilated façade systems.

 

Seminar Sponsor

Seminar Room

3:15 PM SEMINAR SCHEDULE

EDG

EAST BALLROOM NO. I

Control System Integration for Residential Applications –  1 HSW LU

David Devanna–Systems Designer 732-947-5543 or email: jennifer.cruz@edgonline.com 

Participants will analyze practical applications and benefits of control system integration in a residential application including Audio, Video, HVAC, Lighting, Drapery/Shades, Security, Weather, and Entry Doors. Through examining case studies, students will evaluate various scenarios and define areas in a project where control systems can improve the efficiency, enrich room aesthetics and decor, simplify complicated subsystems and enhance whole house functionality for the residential end-user.  Topics of discussion will include: whole house integration, HVAC integration, controlling subsystems within a single room, and enhancing security features.

Tremco

EAST BALLROOM NO. II

ROOF PRESERVATION: A SUSTAINABLE OPTION –  1 HSW LU

Kyle Sweppenhiser,  973-294-1680  or email: ksweppenhiser@tremcoinc.com

 

Identify sustainable roof management options for new and existing commercial roof systems. Identify roof analysis options to determine the correct roof preservation options available in the roofing industry.  Sustainable, Energy Star, CRRRC, tT-24 options for single ply, modified bituminous, BUR, Coatings Liquid applied, Vegetative & SPUF systems.

VT Industries

EAST BALLROOM NO. III

 LEED CHOICES IN WOOD DOOR CONSTRUCTION  –  1 HSW LU

 Dan Hogan 908-561-8810  or email: dhogan@vtindustries.com

 

Increase awareness of environmental direction regarding wood doors.  Participants will have a better understanding of LEED standards and points available, wood door construction materials, and materials and finishes pertaining to Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ).

Porcelanosa

BERGEN

ROOM

NEW GENERATION OF SOLID SURFACES –  1 HSW LU

Marcos Romero – 201-349-4671 or email: dlevy@porcelanosa-usa.com

 

Course objectives include: understanding the advantages of new generation solid surfaces; understanding of tri-hydrate of Alumina in new generation solid surfacing; learn about polyester & acrylic resins added to new generation solid surfacing; and, review the advantages of thermal forming new generation solid surface materials.

 

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