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Credits: 1 AIA LU/HSW; 1 AIBD P-CE; 0.1 IACET CEU
May qualify for learning hours through most Canadian architectural associations
This webinar will look at the ways that sliding glass room dividers can be used in an efficient, unobtrusive manner to create smarter and safer spaces. The concepts presented are based on real world solutions to isolating people and helping to prevent the spread of disease while still providing light, air, and other amenities to the enclosed spaces. In particular, solutions are shown that do not require extensive construction, thus making retrofits of existing buildings quick, simple, and economical as is also true for new construction. Installations ranging from 2 to 500 openings can be accomplished very quickly with no downtime and often no need for building permits. This allows for quick transformations of a room within hours instead of days or weeks.
Lisa Barnes Pickett is an enthusiastic and compassionate Corporate Trainer and Employee Relations Professional with a proven history of employee training, development, mediation and promoting compliance of policies and procedures. In charge of Corporate Training at The Sliding Door Company, Lisa is highly adept at creating and implementing programs, tools and resources to increase professional growth; and productivity for a proactive work environment. Certified in responsive coaching, successful conflict conversations and facilitating professional development at all levels throughout the organization. Lisa has over 10 years of experience coaching, and training sales teams who work with architects, developers and contractors.
- Identify the role that glass room dividers, partitions, and walls can play to help stop the spread of viruses and provide safety to occupants.
- Recognize the ways that glass room dividers allow for natural light, a proven way to increase productivity.
- Review the ways that glass room dividers can save energy costs with open air systems, year over year.
- Determine ways to incorporate glass room dividers in existing buildings with no major construction needed to optimize the space by providing the ability to open or to close off within seconds.