On Tuesday, November 12th, there will be two opportunities to earn AIA continuing education credits and learn about an important topic related to doors and hardware. My coworker, Jeff Batick, will be conducting a webinar to discuss codes and guidelines that affect hardware. He will also review the sections of a master specification and plans that are needed by the spec writer to provide code compliant hardware that meets the client’s needs, the importance of keeping these sections updated, and the effects they can have on your project when they are not maintained and shared with key project people.
Jeff has 24 years of experience with doors, frames, and door hardware. A certified fire door assembly inspector, he is considered a subject matter expert in codes and standards for swinging fire doors, and he has inspected over 1000 fire rated openings to date.
The webinars will be held from 10-11 a.m. and 1-2 p.m. Eastern. If you’d like to register for either of these time slots, click the links below.
UPDATE: If you missed the live webinars, here’s a link to the recording.
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