AIA Continuing Education

Metal Sales supports ongoing professional education to architects and their profession. As an AIA/CES registered provider in the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems, Metal Sales offers learning opportunities to expand knowledge of the features and applications of metal roofs and walls in the building envelope.

Please contact Metal Sales to schedule a learning session for these current courses:

 

Getting to Net-Zero with Metal Roofing

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MSMC03
1 hour
1 LU hour
Yes

Description: This program explores the role of metal roofing in achieving net zero. Beginning with a review of supply-side renewable energy options and identifying the attributes of a NZEB roof, this program introduces the metal roofing platform for integrating renewable energy strategies. Also discussed are the sustainable attributes of metal roofing.

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Single-Skin Profiled Metal: The Sensible and Sustainable Wall Cladding Choice

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MSMC04
1 hour
1 LU hour
Yes

Description: This course starts with a review of the evolution of exterior wall design and then focuses on back-ventilated rainscreen walls. Discussed are the anatomy of rainscreen walls and the available options in the outermost cladding elements. The course ends with short case study examples.

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Retrofit Roof Replacement Systems

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Length:
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MSMC05
1 hour
1 LU hour
Yes

Description: This course will examine the use of metal roof systems in a building envelope retrofit when a roof replacement is necessary. It will cover typical applications for metal roof systems during a building renovation or re-purpose, identify key design considerations to address existing building characteristics and provide pointers for panel selection. Also highlighted are renewable energy options to consider and the overall sustainable benefits of metal roofing for existing buildings.

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