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Economic Update: Q3 2024 ABI Insights
Wednesday, July 24, 2024 | 2pm ET Join AIA Chief Economist Kermit Baker, Hon. AIA, and AIA President Kimberly Dowdell, AIA, NOMAC, for our quarterly conversation about the AIA/Deltek Architecture Billings Index (ABI). The ABI is a leading monthly economic indicator that uses proprietary AIA data to predict nonresidential construction activity 9–12 months ahead. Get ahead of emerging challenges and opportunities and inform your strategic planning with key insights into the industry’s latest economic data and trends. This free live course is brought to you through a partnership with Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope. By registering for this course, you grant AIA permission to share your name and email address with Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope. 

1 LU
Live course date: 07/24/2024 | 02:00 PM
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Economic Update: Q4 2024 ABI Insights
Thursday, November 7, 2024 | 2pm ET Join AIA Chief Economist Kermit Baker, Hon. AIA, and AIA President Kimberly Dowdell, AIA, NOMAC, for our quarterly conversation about the AIA/Deltek Architecture Billings Index (ABI). The ABI is a leading monthly economic indicator that uses proprietary AIA data to predict nonresidential construction activity 9–12 months ahead. Get ahead of emerging challenges and opportunities and inform your strategic planning with key insights into the industry’s latest economic data and trends. This free live course is brought to you through a partnership with Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope. By registering for this course, you grant AIA permission to share your name and email address with Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope. 

1 LU
Live course date: 11/07/2024 | 02:00 PM
Safety Assessment Program (SAP) Evaluator Training 2024 | June 26-27
Intended for licensed architects, engineers, or certified building inspectors, this training certifies attendees as Building Evaluators in the nationally recognized Safety Assessment Program (SAP). June 26-27, 2024  | 12 - 4pm ET  To register | Click Add to cart and complete the checkout process. Evaluator Field Manuals |  ATC 45 | ATC 20 | Participants are responsible for purchasing these texts from ATC. They are not included in the course cost. The program is managed by Cal OES with cooperation from professional organizations, including AIA. It utilizes volunteers and mutual aid resources to provide professional engineers, architects and certified building inspectors to assist local governments in safety evaluation of their built environment in an aftermath of a disaster. SAP is the training standard of the AIA Disaster Assistance Program, which provides leadership, advocacy, and training to architects who are interested in volunteering their professional skills in times of crisis. This workshop will teach participants to conduct rapid damage assessments of structures affected by earthquakes, wind, and water. Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to consistently and safely assess structures for habitability and will receive a nationally recognized Cal OES registration ID card from the state of California.

6.50 LU|HSW
Live course date: 06/26/2024 | 12:00 PM
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Significant Changes in the Draft 2026 FGI Guidelines
The draft 2026 Guidelines documents for hospitals, outpatient facilities, and residential care settings will be released for input from the public on July 1, 2024. This session will cover major changes in the draft, including a new outpatient chapter on short-term care facilities; design considerations for rural emergency hospitals; updated room size and clearances for rehab hospitals; revised nurse call, electrical, and med/gas tables; updated building systems text; a minimum percentage for single-occupancy rooms in most residential facility types; and flexibility to support design of small-scale residential facilities. Revisions to planning requirements for procedure and operating rooms will be discussed, including a tool under development to help owners determine needs for these two room types. The speakers will also discuss refinements for spaces intended for behavioral and mental health patients such as a new chapter on residential behavioral and mental health treatment facilities, and they’ll review efforts to improve usability and enforceability of the documents. Questions and input from the audience will be encouraged. Presented in partnership with the Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH).

1.0 LU|HSW
Live course date: 06/11/2024 | 02:00 PM