2017 CAP Collaboration Educational Series
AIA Seattle's Corporate Allied Partners (CAPs) enliven the AIA Seattle community and value involvement with AIA members. They also provide rich, interdisciplinary AIA-credited programming through our CAP Collaboration Educational Series.
Join us for our reformatted Series! In an effort to consolidate relevant topics and themes, members can take advantage of getting more credits in one sitting at either half- or full-day sessions, while getting forward-thinking information with practical applications.
May 31, 9am – 4pm | 3 or 6 LU/HSW
Cost: $50 – $160
Intelligent Buildings-Engineered to Leave Nothing on the Table – Affiliated Engineers
Wood Innovations for Safer & Sustainable Buildings – Code Unlimited
Biologically Tuned Light: The Current State of Circadian Lighting – dark | light
Monitoring, Measuring & Verification: Data-Driven Architectural Design – Energy Tech Unlimited
Optimizing Building Performance: Analytics + Human Smarts – Hargis
June 6, 9am – 3pm | 2, 3 or 6 LU/HSW
Cost: $40 – $150
Stay tuned for more CAP Classes in December 2017.
Check our calendar frequently for more continuing education opportunities.
Past CAP Collaboration Classes
Mechanical Systems 102, presented by FSi Consulting Engineers
Building Envelope Commissioning (BECX), presented by Morrison Hershfield
What Computational Fund Dynamics Can Tell You About a Building, presented by IMAGINiT Technologies
Understanding Exterior Trim, presented by Boral
Field-Tested Construction Details From Hammer & Hand’s Best Practices Manual, presented by Hammer & Hand
Effectively Using Your Contractor During Preconstruction: The Foundation of IPD, presented by Rafn Company
Making the Case for Rainwater Harvesting, presented by SvR Design Company
The Design & Performance Advantages of Composite Shake, Shingle, and Slate, presented by Enviroshake Inc.
Living Building Challenge Update & Peace Island Medical Center Case Study, presented by Mazzetti
The Wood Revolution: Inspiring Architecture with Innovative Structural Systems, presented by WoodWorks
The Ever-Changing LED Landscape, presented by Candela, a Stantec Company
Streets as Places: Design, Stewardship, and Use, presented by SvR Design Company
Mechanical Systems 101: What Architects Need to Know, presented by FSi Consulting Engineers
Sustainability Innovations, presented by Wood Harbinger
Trends in Audio/Video Systems, presented by The Greenbusch Group
Mechanical System Selection, presented by MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions
Geothermal Heat Exchange Systems: Case Studies & Lessons Learned, presented by PAE
Who Left the Lights On? Measurements & Verification: A Key to Achieving World Class Building Performance, presented by WSP