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How much do you know about BDA & DAS? pdu's available May 6th 10am

Posted By Greg Williamson, Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Reliable radio coverage is not a luxury. It is a necessity.







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SGH - Custom Facade System Design webinar - need PDUs?

Posted By Greg Williamson, Monday, April 27, 2020


Register for our webinar on Friday, May 1, 2020.

Custom Facade System Design


Designing custom glazing systems – such as structural glass walls or unitized curtain walls – is a complex task that varies widely from project to project depending on architectural goals and constraints. In this webinar, we will explore the building enclosure design process for custom glazed curtain walls from start to finish.



Scott Bondi

Associate Principal





Friday, May 1, 2020

12:00 - 1:00 p.m., EDT



Participants will earn 1 AIA CES Learning Unit (LU/HSW)

for attendingthe webinar live.Registration is free.

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Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc. (SGH) is a national engineering firm that designs, investigates, and rehabilitates structures, building enclosures, and materials. Our award-winning work encompasses building, energy, civil/infrastructure, and science/defense projects in the United States, Canada, and more than thirty additional countries.



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Buckley Associates - Energy Recovery Equipment - Need PDU's?

Posted By Greg Williamson, Monday, April 27, 2020




How the Changes to AHRI 1060 and ASHRAE 90.1 Standards Effect the Definition of Efficiency and what this means for how you specify Energy Recovery Equipment and verify its performance



Join Buckley Associates, Airxchange, and Ebtron May 1 or May 6 for a technical deep dive into wheel efficiency ratings, code compliance, and Buckley's airflow measurement solutions for verification to help ensure compliance.


*Continuing Education Credits Available*



Course Objective


The webinar is intended to help engineers understand how the revisions to AHRI 1060 and ASHRAE 90.1 will affect Energy Recovery module selections. The goal is to ensure your selections will meet the intent of the revisions to the new standards.





· Basics of Performance Metrics and Applications

· Climate Zone Impact on Energy Recovery Performance

· Different measures of efficiency

· Lifetime cost impact of proper maintenance

· Buckley solutions and recommendations for verifying and ensuring compliance

· Applying Ebtron's new Combination Air Flow and RH sensor

· Review AFMS (Airflow Measurement Station) Placement Guidelines


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Same Presentations Offered on Multiple Dates and Times



Friday, May 1

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Wednesday, May 6

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM




About the Presenter


Richard Taft

Sr. Vice President of Sales and Strategy



Richard Taft is the Senior Vice President of Sales and Strategy at Airxchange.Airxchange is the largest North American manufacturer of energy recovery wheels and plates.


Richard currently supports a wide variety of manufacturers in helping them integrate Airxchange components into high efficiency ventilation systems.Starting with Trane over 30 years ago, he has gone on to hold senior leadership positions with Munters, Smardt and now Airxchange.He is a voting member of ASHRAE Standard 62.1 and holds a patent for dehumidification wheels used for energy efficient ventilation and humidity control.


He has a degree in mechanical engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and an MBA from Emory University.

Mike Cagle

Sr. Technical Product and Sales Engineer

Buckley Associates


Mike Cagle is a Senior Technical Product and Sales Engineer for Buckley Associates focusing on the application and sales of control products within the New England region. Mike works with our local ATC contractors, mechanical engineers, owners and building managers in an effort to providing value to their buildings and systems by strategically integrating our products and system solutions including:


· Ebtron Electronic Flow Measurement

· Antec Lab Controls

· Intec Gas Detection

· Danfoss VFD

· TSI Room Pressure Controllers


Prior to joining Buckley, Mike spent fourteen years at SEMCO in the applied products group as the National Service Manager, providing senior level technical support, managing client relations, and selling control retrofit upgrades and replacement wheels to end users and building managers.


Mike began his career with Trane and developed a deep understanding of all controls and applied systems.




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Looking for PDUs Fire Rated Glass & Framing Solutions for Healthcare Facilities

Posted By Greg Williamson, Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Continuing Education Center

Fire-Rated Glass & Framing Solutions for Healthcare Facilities

Live on May 19, 2020
Live webinar airing on May 19, 2020 at 1:00 PM EDT
Sponsored by Technical Glass Products
Presented by Zach Passman

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the ways fire-rated glass products protect patients and staff in the event of a healthcare facility fire, including the difference between “fire-protective” and “fire-resistive” classifications.
  2. Identify current fire, impact and general life safety codes and standards related to glass and its surrounding assemblies in healthcare applications.
  3. Illustrate how glasses’ transparency can create attractive, light-filled environments that contribute to occupants’ well-being.
  4. Explore real-world fire-rated glazing solutions for healthcare facilities and learn how to solve common design challenges.


AAA 1 Structured Learning Hour
AANB 1 Hour of Core Learning
AAPEI 1 Structured Learning Hour
MAA 1 Structured Learning Hour
NLAA 1 Hour of Core Learning
NSAA 1 Hour of Core Learning
NWTAA 1 Structured Learning Hour
OAA 1 Learning Hour
SAA 1 Hour of Core Learning
This course can be self-reported to the AIBC, as per their CE Guidelines.
This course is approved as a Structured Course
Approved for structured learning
Approved for Core Learning
This course is approved as a Core Course
Course may qualify for Learning Hours with NWTAA
Course eligible for OAA Learning Hours
This course is approved as a core course
This course can be self-reported for Learning Units to the Architectural Institute of British Columbia

Creating light-filled and open environments conducive to patient well-being and healing is important in modern healthcare facility design, but there is also the issue of safety. How can healthcare facility design support occupant well-being while ensuring patients, healthcare professionals and first responders can safely exit the building and work to extinguish flames during a fire event? This presentation will take a look at real-world examples to understand how current fire-rated glazing solutions are addressing the demand for safer healthcare facilities.

Fire Rated Health

Photo courtesy of Technical Glass Products



Zach Passmanhas represented Technical Glass Products (TGP) for over 10 years, and currently supports design and construction activities in California, Oregon, Nevada, Arizona and Utah. He has in-depth knowledge of building codes and fire-rated glazing systems.


Technical Glass Products (TGP) Technical Glass Products (TGP), a division of Allegion, is the recognized leader in the fire-rated glass and framing field, offering the FireLite® family of ceramic glazing, Pilkington Pyrostop® transparent wall panels, and Fireframes® fire-rated framing. The company provides AIA-registered continuing education, project consultation, product specifications, CAD drawings, BIM 3D models and rapid-response quoting. For more information,


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SGH Webinar - PDU's available - Glass Breakage: Causes and strategies for minimizing risk

Posted By Greg Williamson, Tuesday, April 21, 2020


Register for our webinar on Friday, April 24, 2020.

Glass Breakage: Causes and Strategies for Minimizing Risk


Glass as a building material has a long history. However, it is a brittle material that can break suddenly and often without warning. While the building code recognizes these important material and performance characteristics, the variability and frequency of its use in facades can lead to conditions that, while currently code compliant, invite unnecessary risk. In this webinar, we will explore the basic properties of various glass types used in contemporary building applications and discuss strategies for minimizing risks due to glass breakage in the design of new buildings and for recognizing and managing risks in existing buildings.



John A. Jackson

Senior Project Manager





Friday, April 24, 2020

12:00 - 1:00 p.m., EDT



Participants will earn 1 AIA CES Learning Unit (LU/HSW)

for attendingthe webinar live.Registration is free.

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Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc. (SGH) is a national engineering firm that designs, investigates, and rehabilitates structures, building enclosures, and materials. Our award-winning work encompasses building, energy, civil/infrastructure, and science/defense projects in the United States, Canada, and more than thirty additional countries.



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Buckley Associates and Big Ass Fans Technical Training - April 21 - 24 - PDU's available

Posted By Greg Williamson, Friday, April 17, 2020



Big Ass Fan HVLS Technical Training for Contractors & Engineers


When The Ball Drops


Join Buckley Associates April 21-24 for a BIG ASS opportunity for you!


Join Buckley Associates along with Big Ass Fans next week for a series of webinars that you can enjoy from home.


With the current climate, Buckley maintains our commitment to providing educational opportunities and system solutions to the engineering community of New England.


*Continuing Education Credits Available*



Course Objectives


Targeted for Mechanical Engineers and Design Build Contractors

Targeted for Mechanical and Sheet Metal Contractors


Ceiling fan use for comfort cooling is growing in popularity as part of low energy HVAC solutions in commercial and industrial applications.


While ceiling fans are a well-known technology, there has been very little design guidance or performance data to support engineered solutions, especially in commercial buildings.


This seminar covers recent advances in ceiling fan research and design guidance, as well as industry practice, including results from field studies, case studies and design guides.

This seminar will focus on how you as a contractor can offer your clients a more cost effective alternative solution against conventional make up air and air conditioning systems by leveraging Big Ass HVLS products.


We'll outfit you with the knowledge and tools so that you can easily make recommendations, provide layouts, and budget projects in a turn key manner.


Lastly, we'll review how the product arrives on site and how easy it is to install and commission.





· Staging Ceiling Fans & Air Conditioning for Energy Savings & Comfort


· Human Interactions with Ceiling Fans & Smart Thermostats:Learning from Case Studies in Office Buildings


· Selecting Ceiling Fans Based on ASHRAE Standard 216 Performance Metrics

· Application & Design Consideration for Ceiling Fan & HVAC Integration

· Educate you on how the use of HVLS and directional fans can achieve evaporative cooling in the warmer summer months and save money on heating bills in the winter


· How to easily select the correct product for the application and estimate the number of fans required


· Not Just for High Bay -- Unique applications that can benefit from using Big Ass Fans technology


· Supporting you and your client - Field Support, Startup, Warranty


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Same Presentations Offered on Multiple Dates and Times


Targeted for Mechanical Engineers and Design Build Contractors


Tuesday, April 21

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Friday, April 24

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Targeted for Mechanical and Sheet Metal Contractors


Tuesday, April 21

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Thursday, April 23

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM




About the Presenters


Christian Taber

Principal Engineer - Codes and Standards

Big Ass Fans


Christian Taber is an engineer at Big Ass Fans, working as a part of the Applications Engineering Team with a focuson building codes and standards.


Christian is an ASHRAE certified High-Performance Building Design Professional, a Certified Energy Manager, and a committee member of ASHRAE Standard 90.1. He was also a member of the USGBC Energy and Atmosphere Technical Advisory Group. He is a committee member for recent revisions to AMCA 208, AMCA 211, AMCA 214, and AMCA 230.


He holds an M.S. in Mechanical engineering and B.S. in chemical engineering from Iowa State University, and an M.S. in biosystems engineering from the University of Kentucky.


While at Big Ass Fans, Taber has advanced the research and knowledge of air movement as it relates to energy modeling and the LEED Rating Systems, helping to create a more impactful integration of air movement in building projects. This has allowed air movement to be incorporated in facilities worldwide for energy efficiency and reduced reliance on HVAC.


Taber also serves as the company mentor to employees studying for LEED accreditation, helping more than 40 Big Ass Solutions employees pass their exams.

Keith McKay

National Sales Manager

Big Ass Fans


Keith McKay joined Big Ass Fans in 2012 where he served as an industrial sales associatefor (2) years. Keith spent another (2) years working in a national account capacity traveling the country and securing business with many Fortune 500 companies.


Keith has since and currently manages Big Ass Fans Regional Sales Managers supporting our partners such as Buckley Associates both in the field and from BAF Headquarters in Lexington KY.


Lane Finley

Key Account Manager - Northeastern US

Big Ass Fans

Lane Finley is the local representative for Big Ass Fans, covering all of New England, and based out of Norwalk, Connecticut. Lane's primary function with Big Ass Fans, ispartnering with Buckley Associates, Inc on a day-to-day basis, helping them with all things BAF!

Lane has been with Big Ass Fans for over 6 years and is originally from Lexington, Kentucky, where Big Ass Fans is headquartered. He has been working and residing in the Northeast market since 2015 and has helped more than 675 companies throughout the northeast purchase and install Big Ass Fans products, since relocation. He brings a deep understanding of BAF products and extensive experience making BAF recommendations for HVLS fans, directional fans, and controls in industrial, commercial, and residential spaces.




Buckley Associates, Inc. Website



Buckley Associates, Inc. | 385 King Street, Hanover, MA 02339

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Building enclosure online seminar April 28 - looking for PDU's for certification?

Posted By Greg Williamson, Friday, April 17, 2020

Our can't-miss webinar the current code requirements dictated by the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) and other governing bodies is coming up and I noticed that you haven't registered for it yet. If you can't attend live but are interested in this topic, then pleaseregisterand we'll send you a link to the recorded event. You can watch it whenever you're available.

You'll also get the opportunity to participate in a Q&A session with Tat Fu from Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc. (SGH) when you tune in.

I hope you'll register tojoin us on April 28th.

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Subject:WEBINAR | Identifying Energy Efficiency Strategies in Building Enclosures

Building Enclosure
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From Code to Simulation to Savings: Identifying Energy Efficiency Strategies in Building Enclosures
April 28, 2020 | 2 PM EDT
1 AIA LU/Elective; 1 IIBEC CEH; 0.1 IACET CEU*
*BNP Media is authorized by the IACET to offer 0.1 CEU for this program
Free Webinar
Because energy performance requirements for buildings are continuing to evolve and become more strict, complaint owners and designers need to have a firm grasp of the code requirements in order to make strategic choices when balancing their budget, scope, and energy needs.

In this presentation, we'll review the following learning objectives as they relate to energy-efficient strategies in building enclosures:

Learning Objectives:
  1. Identify the current code requirements related to energy performance of buildings.
  2. Strategize how to best meet the intent of the code based on site-specific conditions.
  3. Review the roles that roof, wall, and window systems serve in energy performance.
  4. Realize how building energy simulations and cost-benefit analyses can help decision-making.

Tat Fu
Tat Fu
Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc. (SGH)

Dr. Tat Fu specializes in building energy, structures, instrumentation, computational design, and integrative engineering solutions. Tat has published 12 peer-reviewed journal papers and given presentations and lectures across the U.S., Europe, and Asia.
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HLB on line seminars with AIA acreditation for PDUs

Posted By Greg Williamson, Thursday, April 16, 2020



HLB Lighting Design is excited to continue to share our AIA accredited webinars with clients, bringing our interior and exterior lighting, controls, and daylighting integration expertise directly to your home office. Our 10 available presentations share critical design trends, sustainability, daylighting, and value engineering insight to help inform successful design integration.

Reach out to set up a webinar in your team’s virtual neck of the woods!




Credits: 1 LU | HSW, 1 GBCI CE - WELL Specific

Dive into this session to learn about the new leading tool for advancing overall health and well-being in buildings all over the world. We will focus on the lighting requirements within the WELL Building Standard and expand our discussion into evolving trends in lighting applications that meet both sustainable design and WELL goals.




Credits: 1 LU | HSW, 1 GBCI CE & 1.5 LU |HSW, 1 GBCI

This seminar explains the trends that are driving lighting today - trends in energy and sustainable design; trends in lighting products, including emerging technologies such as LEDs; and trends in lighting applications to meet sustainability goals while achieving extraordinary visual impact.




Credits: 1 LU | HSW, 1 GBCI CE & 1.5 LU |HSW, 1 GBCI

This seminar explains the trends that are driving daylighting today - trends in wellness and connection to nature; trends in energy-conscious and integrated design; and trends in daylighting applications over a wide variety of project types.




Credits: 1 LU

This seminar explains how to avoid value engineering of your lighting package and what to do when you can’t by exploring the lighting procurement process, avoidance strategies, critical lighting quality fixture features worth fighting for, specification recommendations, and various case studies.



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Four Practical Tips to Better Prepare for COVID-19 - DCD article

Posted By Greg Williamson, Thursday, April 16, 2020

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Four Practical Tips to Better Prepare for COVID-19


Four Practical Tips to Better Prepare for COVID-19

Posted: April 10, 2020 | TradewindsProject Management

As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across countries and industries, the commercial construction industry has found varied methods to adapt to changes in workforce, funding and supply chains.

Yet, those facing changes to their budgets and schedules still bear responsibility in ensuring possible recovery during what may be considered a force majeure event, typically acts of God, fires, floods and other natural disasters that are not within the control of the contractor. Project and Construction Managers will need to not only adapt to the impacts of the current situation, but reconsider plans in order to help mitigate ongoing damages and delays.

Construction management thought leader Jim Gallagher, Principal of Resolution Management Consultants, explains, “During this kind of emergency, each project team will need to make decisions about how to proceed based on whether they’re able to adhere to social distancing recommendations, to get the equipment and supplies they need as scheduled, even to maintain the funding they expected to receive to move forward. But it is incumbent on the contractor to properly document and capture these costs and time impacts to allow for recovery, should contracts permit.”

Gallagher offers four suggestions to contractors and other construction participants to better put themselves in position to weather the changing parameters of the COVID-19 landscape:

1. Capture and Record. Making a detailed record of a construction project’s progress when certain restrictions and quarantines were announced is essential in documenting the impact of the virus on coming change orders and potential disputes over damages down the line. It should also be noted that not all claims can be attributable to this particular event if they were underway or inevitable prior to the force majeure event.

2. Plans in Place to Mitigate. Each project leadership team will make its own determination about continuing or halting work during this time, but all will face decisions about the impacts of COVID-19 on their existing plans and workers. This could mean staggering work schedules to reduce overlap of crews working together through developing back-up preparations in case people, equipment or supplies don’t arrive on site. While we can’t prepare for everything, we have to do our best to reduce the impact of the event.

3. Communicate with Construction Participants. This particular force majeure event is occurring over a long period and evolving on a daily basis. That means as prepared as your team may be, various factors can continue to alter costs and schedules. Keeping owners, designers, representatives, trades, suppliers, local governments and others on the same page can help to further stem the effects of the developing impacts of COVID-19.

4. Evaluate a Return to Normalcy. When work does eventually return to normal, we can’t presume that will mean going back to where we were when the virus began. With the potential for people, equipment, and supplies to still be unavailable, construction partners need to be flexible and stagger plans to best accommodate others’ return to normalcy as well.

“Being prepared and being flexible are two of the best ways to navigate an ongoing force majeure event such as this one,” notes Gallagher. “Communication among construction partners is key to mitigating the impacts on costs and schedules, and putting the project in the best position to allow for recovery down the line.”

About Resolution Management Consultants: Resolution Management Consultants, Inc. (RMC) is a nationally recognized consulting firm headquartered in Marlton, New Jersey. There are two sides to the business: the construction planning and management aspect − helping clients build more successful projects − and the litigation aspect − should matters go to court, providing analysis and testimony as expert witnesses. Founded in 1993 by veterans in the construction contracting, and engineering professions, RMC has assisted numerous private owners, public agencies, and contractors in either achieving project goals or resolving cost and time disputes between the contracting parties. For more information visit

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Construction site closing? Geotechnical considerations to protect your sites and the public

Posted By Greg Williamson, Thursday, April 16, 2020



Construction site closing? Geotechnical considerations to protect your sites and the public

Some of our clients have faced active construction site shutdowns. We are guiding them on geotechnical safety precautions in the event of a shutdown, including what are considered essential or non-essential activities. We are sharing some considerations that could protect your sites from longer-term issues and make restarting your operations easier.

What should I consider if I have a big hole in the ground (e.g., a large excavation)?

Consider evaluating the excavation’s stability as it relates to large global movements. Excavations in clay soils often “creep/move” if unattended for long time periods. This could affect the movement of the excavation support walls or bottom soil. Gradual movements over several weeks could compromise the safety of adjacent structures such as buildings, utilities, and sidewalks. To understand the movement, it’s advisable to monitor on-site instrumentation regularly (more on this below).

My site has an excavation below the water table. What could happen?

Stopping an active dewatering system could be detrimental to the soil subgrade and the excavation’s stability. To protect the subgrade, it is critical to maintain your dewatering system, or, alternatively, to evaluate the impact of stopping dewatering. Even if you are not actively dewatering, if your site is below the water table, the subgrades could become unstable over time resulting in costly repairs. It may be prudent to monitor the water levels during the shutdown to assess site impacts.

My foundations are being installed. How will a work stoppage impact them?

If a project is in the middle of slurry wall/load bearing elements (LBEs) installation, the element needs to be completed or backfilled. Otherwise, the excavation could collapse and damage other portions of the site and adjacent structures and result in costly rework when site work restarts.Installation methods often involve uncased holes for deep foundation elements such as minipiles or drilled shafts, and these holes should be completed or backfilled with soil or flowfill to avoid collapse, even if filled with slurry or other fluids.To minimize rework, backfill the holes with acceptable material that can be re-excavated in the future. In addition, deep foundations and subgrades for shallow elements such as footings and slabs should be protected from inclement weather as it is vital to preserve the integrity of the foundation bearing soils.

Do I leave my site instrumentation unmonitored?

This issue is important. Instrumentation is critical to understanding the site’s and surrounding structures’ stability and providing early warning signs of issues. On many projects, instrumentation is manually read to understand the system’s performance and the effect on surrounding structures such as buildings, utilities, and sidewalks. With a project shut down, it is perhaps more important than ever to continue to read some instruments at certain frequencies, depending on construction stage and instrument type.

I have a surcharge program currently going on. What is important if my site is shut down?

Timing is everything. A surcharge system’s performance and behavior are directly related to settlement over time. If you skip settlement readings, you may miss important system performance trends which could lead to a delay in being able to remove the surcharge or starting construction.

Bottom line is that if site construction is stopped, evaluating the potential effect on the site and surrounding structures can avoid unnecessary costs or safety concerns down the line. We are here to help, both with these geotechnical considerations for your sites, and for your business continuity issues. Please contact your H&A team, or feel free to reach out to our experts below.

Visit the Haley & Aldrich blog to view all of our COVID-19 guidance.



Damian Siebert, P.E.

Damian is a Principal and the Underground & Civil Engineering Service Leader at Haley & Aldrich. He has over 20 years of experience leading a range of geotechnical and support of excavation projects.

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Danyle Hepler, CSP, CESCO, CPEA

Danyle is a Corporate Health & Safety Manager at Haley & Aldrich. She has been leading crisis management responses for manufacturers and other organizations for over 20 years, including the development of business continuity plans for almost a decade.

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