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Credits: 1 AIA LU/Elective; 1 AIBD P-CE
May qualify for learning hours through most Canadian architectural associations
Join us for this round table discussion that will address the full range of architectural and design issues that can be solved with the latest advances in glass and glazing technology. You will hear various perspectives on the use of glass from Nick Bagatelos, founder and president of Bagatelos Architectural Glass Systems, Thomas Culp, engineering and strategic consultant and owner of Birch Point Consulting, and Urmilla Sowell, advocacy and technical director for the National Glass Association. Each will present their unique perspective regarding the use of glass in buildings and offer their experience with the rapidly advancing technologies of the glass industry.
Urmilla Sowell, advocacy and technical director for the National Glass Association (NGA), has 18 years of experience in the fenestration industry.
Nick Bagatelos, founder and president of Bagatelos Architectural Glass Systems, is active in the day-to-day operations of the company.
Thomas Culp is an engineering and strategic consultant and the owner of Birch Point Consulting in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
James O’Callaghan, is a structural and facade engineer with over 20 years of experience.
Dan Weissman, AIA, Associate IALD designs luminous environments as a Senior Associate and Director of Lam Labs at the Cambridge MA-based firm Lam Partners.
- Discuss the specific industry codes and standards applicable to glass and glazing.
- List two methods of increasing energy efficiency with glazing choices.
- Compare and contrast the performance and characteristics of various glazing products.
- Describe how glass and glazing can be used to enhance building performance.