RADIANT ARCHITECTURE CLASS

Learning Unit Hours Through RPA

3.5 AIA

$295

LOS ANGELES, CA
THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 2009 12:00 PM TO 4:30 PM
RSVP by March 22nd

CATERED LUNCH INCLUDED
LOCATION

Developed by the Radiant Panel Association specifically for architects, building designers, building officials, general contractors and specifying engineers. This course covers the variety of applications and equipment used in radiant heating
systems. It provides the information needed to make informed decisions on when, where, and how to use radiant heating and cooling systems in residential and commercial buildings. Scheduling and sequencing is also covered to help construction professionals properly plan for and execute a successful installation. This course qualifies for 3.5 AIA Learning Unit Hours.

InterfaceFLOR 1111 S. Grand Avenue #103 Los Angeles, CA 90015

TESTIMONIALS
WESTERN HYDRONICS CONFERENCE, BERKELEY, CA

COURSE MATERIALS INCLUDE:
RADIANT ARCHITECTURE
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A basic course in radiant panel heating systems for architects and builders. This soft cover binder is well illustrated. The book begins with an introduction to radiant heating and thermal comfort with system case studies. It includes detailed descriptions of the various types of systems such as slab-on-grade, thin slabs, joist bay heating, engineered sub floor and boards, ceiling heating, wall radiators, and more—both hydronic and electric.

Course Strengths: “Clear, concise and not boring” “Easy to understand course material and seminar format” “System diagrams and construction details” “Instructor’s knowledge and communication skills”

RADIANT FLOORING GUIDE

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A full color guide to suitable floor covering and sub floor materials for use with radiant heating. This guide contains many photos and colorful illustrations plus first hand perspectives from an architect, general contractor, flooring installer, and radiant contractor.

TO REGISTER
NAME______________________ ______ _ FIRM_____________________________ ADDRESS________________ _________ __________________________________ CITY/ST____________________ _______ ZIP_______________________________ PHONE___________________________ FAX___________________________ ___ _ EMAIL____________________________ RSVP by March 22nd CONTACT: Beth Shady Marketing Director Phone: 831-459-7300 Beth@sustainabledesignpm.com MAIL TO: Sustainable Design and Product Management 122 Fairmount Avenue Santa Cruz, CA 95062 ON-LINE:
sustainabledesignpm.com/?page_id=316

RPA GUIDELINES – 2007 EDITION

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A specification guideline for the design and installation of Radiant Panel Heating and Snow/Ice Melting Systems. Intended for reference use by code officials, designers and installers. Deals with both hydronic and electric floor, wall and ceiling applications. Include sample schematics and industry recommendations.
* Copyright by Radiant Panel Association

Presented By: WILLIAM SHADY P.E.
CALIFORNIA LICENSED MECHANICAL ENGINEER, LECTURER Bill’s twenty five years of experience in the building industry has spanned a broad range of advanced technology facilities from aerospace research, microelectronics, manufacturing, biotechnology, commercial office buildings to residential construction. He is the CEO of Sustainable Design & Product Management, a mechanical engineering company specializing in renewable and energy-efficient marketing and product development. The course materials are mixed with real life examples, tools to avoid common errors, and a bit of anecdotal humor. Radiant Panel Association (RPA) President- Central California Chapter Certified Installer, Designer & Instructor California Association of Building Energy Consultants Certified Energy Plans Examiner Residential, Non-Residential