Design Considerations for Security Glazing and Systems in Education, Retail, Institutions, and Beyond
Tuesday, May 25, 2021 | 3pm EDT
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Certain types of buildings are targets for forced-entry, active-shooter events, and terrorist attacks, while others are at risk for opportunistic threats. Architects should consider specifying security glazing and framing on projects ranging from schools and healthcare facilities to retail stores, stadiums, and religious buildings. This course will examine security threats and how they impact people and property, explore different types of security glazing, industry-recognized testing standards, and design considerations for specifying glazing in various applications.
- Examine threats such as riots, forced-entry, active-shooter events, and more and how they can impact the security of people and property.
- Understand industry performance terminology for security glazing.
- Define industry-recognized testing standards that govern certain buildings for assessing security glass and systems.
- Identify design considerations for various applications to balance security and intended use.
This free live course is brought to you through a partnership with Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope. By registering for this course, you grant AIAU permission to share your name and email address with Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope.