Firestop Courses

Continuing Education

*All hours of accreditation also indicate Professional Development Hours (PDHs)

An Overview of Firestop: A Life Safety Issue

  • An Overview of Firestop: A Life Safety Issue

    Continuing Education Accreditation(s): AIA (1 hour)

    Overview: This presentation will provide an overview of how the building codes address the need for firestop with emphasis on understanding what firestop is and why it’s needed, applicable code requirements, and firestop system testing and listings. Participants should understand how firestop fits into the specification, design, and construction process.

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IBC 2012 Changes Related to Fire Compartmentation

  • IBC 2012 Changes Related to Fire Compartmentation

    Continuing Education Accreditation(s): AIA (1 hour)

    Overview: As the 2012 (and later) IBC becomes more widely adopted across the US, those responsible for specifying, designing, or verifying the passive fire protection elements of a building need to become aware of the code changes implemented in the 2012 code. This presentation will address these code changes.

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Special Inspection of Firestopping: Understanding and Complying with the 2012 IBC Requirements

  • Special Inspection of Firestopping: Understanding and Complying with the 2012 IBC Requirements

    Continuing Education Accreditation(s): AIA (1 hour)

    Overview: IBC 2012/2015 are becoming the most commonly adopted codes across the US. This course will examine the requirements for the special inspection of firestopping that were added to Chapter 17 of the 2012 edition of the IBC, and explain how to comply with those requirements.

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From Design to Reality: Helping ensure the Architect's Design Intent transitions from the Architectural Details to the Concrete Deck. Focus on Metal Stud Walls on Flat Deck Concrete

  • Anchor vs Rebar Theory

    Continuing Education Accreditation(s): AIA (1 hour)

    Overview: Multiple jobsite conditions can reduce the performance of interior walls and create problems for designers, owners, and building occupants. Learn what architects can do to overcome these challenges and help to ensure their design intent transitions from the architectural plans to the concrete slab. Focus on metal stud walls on flat deck concrete.

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