With two full days of AIA-approved courses to choose from, attendees can earn up to twelve learning units.
New York, New York (PRWEB) November 25, 2014
DORMA’s Design Center, will be hosting the Last Minute Learning Lab—two solid days of CEU-accredited learning—at the Design Center in New York City on December 9 and 10. As 2014 draws to a close, DORMA’s Last Minute Learning Lab will provide the architectural community with the last few continuing education credits they need for the year.
With two full days of AIA-approved courses to choose from, attendees can earn up to twelve learning units. The courses are offered on a range of topics including operable wall systems, structural glass, specifying design intent, safety and security, high performance coatings, fenestration, and sustainability.
Attendees earn one LU/HSW AIA credit per course.
The courses currently offered are:
Operable Wall Systems (presented by Modernfold); Innovations in Structural Glass (presented by Jeff Haber & Chris LaLonde of Pilkington); Specifying Design Intent (presented by David Stutzman of Conspectus); Glass Fabrication and Design Issues (presented by Mike Nicklas of JE Berkowitz); Safety & Security Using Locks, Exit Devices, Key Systems (presented by Spencer Colvin of DORMA); Interior Glass Office Front Systems (presented by Kelley Douglass of DORMA); High Performance Architectural Coatings (presented by Mary Hosley of PPG); Storefront Windows, Window Wall, Curtain Wall - What's the Difference? (presented by David Stutzman of Conspectus); Automatic and Revolving Doors (presented by Arnie Kravitz of DORMA); Sustainability (presented by Susan Kaplan of HLW Architects); and Architectural Glass, Resin Materials & Configurations (presented by Jeff Matles of Lumivisions).
The DORMA Design Center is located at 1040 Avenue of the Americas, 22nd Floor, in New York. To register for the upcoming DORMA Learning Lab go to go.dorma.com/designcenter.com or call (917) 880-6533.
DORMA is a leading global manufacturer of premium access solutions and services that enable better buildings. A full range of products and services provides safety and security as well as convenience and comfort. DORMA features a design oriented portfolio of architectural door hardware, specialty hardware for glass door and wall applications, door automation systems including Crane Revolving Doors, and operable wall systems featuring Modernfold. Strategic partnerships with technology innovators RCI and Farpointe Data extend DORMA’s portfolio of electromechanical access control products and systems, and strengthens the presence of both firms in the North American market. DORMA is an international market leader with innovative and inspiring design and technologies for access solutions and services.