Summer School: Session 3 Use of Light Gage Metal Framing in Mid-Rise Construction

  • Walker & Zanger 36 Midland Avenue Port Chester, NY, 10573 United States

AIA Westchester + Hudson Valley and AIA Bronx present this year's Summer School programs -- 6 consecutive Tuesdays in July & August.

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Sponsored by
Walker & Zanger and Marvin Windows

Part 1 - Use of Light Gage Metal Framing in Mid-Rise Construction
Design Professionals will be able to 

  • Explain the advantages of cold formed steel load bearing wall construction over wood framing.
  • Identify building types that benefit from load bearing wall construction over wood framing.
  • Select appropriate floor system to complement CFS wall system to accommodate different architectural and MEP systems.
  • Identify main components of LGMF system.

More and more architects and developers are using light gage metal framing (LGMF) as building structural systems.

Speaker: Jeremy Billig, McLaren Engineering Group

Part 2 - ADA Site Planning Review

Training will focus on review of elements of a site plan that can pose a challenge depending on someone’s abilities. Find out what to look for on a site plan, from things you may already be thinking about such as ramps, to less obvious challenges such as a circuitous sidewalk or poorly-marked crosswalk. Learn how to ensure that projects being built in your community are seamless in their accessibility for people of all abilities. 

Speaker: Mary Beth Bianconi, a Partner at Delaware Engineering

Date:  July 25, 2017 Tuesday

Time: 5:15 - 7:30

Location: Walker & Zanger Showroom, 36 Midland Avenue, Port Chester, NY 10573

Cost: AIA Associate $ 10

AIA Member $ 25

Non-Member $ 40

AIA Credits: 2 AIA HSW PDH