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Hanley Wood University

 

Marvin Windows and Doors

  • The Architect’s Role on a LEED® Project Course

    1 LU CMP/AIA/HSW/SD

    Architects play a key role in the success of a LEED project, but often that role is not well defined. This session defines the Architect’s role as project team leader without LEED Project Administrator duties, including decision making, owner/client relationship, quality assurance checks, documentation responsibilities, and much more. Best Practices and lessons learned from actual LEED building projects are included. This program is registered with GBCI for 1 CMP hour, LEED Specific BD+C, and with the AIA for 1 HSW/SD hour. Take the course.

    Posted:
    October 2012
    Subject(s):
    LEED
    Sponsor:
    Marvin Windows and Doors
  • Commercial Window Installation

    This program is registered with AIA for 1 CEH. Commercial window installation requires different preparation and procedures than residential window installation, due to structural differences and alternative wall assemblies. New building technologies and a variety of accessories provide for more streamlined installation as well as enhanced energy efficiency. This course will review new construction, replacement window and structural window installations, providing step-by-step instructions how to prepare and install commercial windows. Take the course.

    Posted:
    March 2012
    Subject(s):
    Windows
    Sponsor:
    Marvin Windows and Doors
  • Harmonizing with History: Window Solutions for Historically Sensitive Settings

    This learning unit will present common challenges that architects face for projects requiring historically accurate window design or the replacement of historic windows -- or both. Using case studies drawn from U.S. universities, K-12 schools and municipalities with issues of historic sensitivity, the course reviews a number of considerations for both matching historic styles as well as ensuring efficient, modern-day performance. Solutions to the typical window challenges are detailed through the case study projects and their technical resolution. Using real-life case studies, the course will show how to: match existing window profiles and materials; ensure energy-efficient performance; support sustainability goals or LEED certification in new buildings or in existing building upgrades in historic settings. We’ll also examine methods for reducing costs and scheduling needs Take the course.

    Posted:
    July 2011
    Subject(s):
    Windows, Doors, Building Envelope, Preservation
    Sponsor:
    Marvin Windows and Doors