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AEC Daily Corporation

AEC Daily is one of the largest providers of continuing education (CE) to the Construction, Architectural, Interior Design and Engineering communities. Complimentary courses are available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, with automated credit reporting to numerous organizations across the United States and Canada. Architects, Engineers, Interior Designers and other Construction Professionals rely on AEC Daily to maintain their accreditation and keep them up-to-date with new products and technologies.
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  • Course Description: AEC Daily: Pre-Engineered/Manufactured Shelters: Standard and Custom Solutions for Outdoor Space

    Outdoor shelters not only provide protection from the elements but also add visual interest to outdoor public spaces, and advances in shelter design are changing the way the recreational landscape is defined. This course looks at current capabilities in shelter design, compares pre-engineered to site-built shelters, and focuses on the advantages of using a manufacturer who offers design and engineering services. Sustainable aspects of shelter design are also discussed.

    Identify industry standard shelters and describe new, trend-setting shelter designs that are meeting a variety of functional and recreational needs, protecting people from environmental elements while supporting social activities.

    Compare pre-engineered shelters to site-built shelters in terms of architectural design, engineering, manufacturing, and installation.

    Work with a pre-engineered shelter manufacturer to design and specify a shelter that meets local building codes and design loads, is durable, and is aesthetically pleasing.

    Explain how shelters can help meet sustainable design goals and contribute to LEED® credits by reducing exposure to environmental tobacco smoke, by minimizing effects on human and wildlife habitats by reducing heat islands, and through the efficient selection and use of materials and resources.