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Seattle Construction Monthly

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Build business with build expo SEATTLE workshops ROOM 615 Participants will: SEMINARS & WORKSHOPS All Seminars at the Build Expo are FREE to attend! Build expo DAYLIGHTING BASICS - DAYLIGHTING DESIGN FROM CONCEPT TO COMPLETION 9:30AM - 10:30AM - WEDNESDAY 1 AIA PRESENTED BY PHIL ZEUTENHORST Target Audience: General Contractors, Builders, Sub-Contractors, Developers, Home Builders, Remodelers, Interior Designers, Property Owners and Managers, Architects, and Engineers 1. Understand the importance of making Daylighting a priority from the first steps of design, through the completion and use of the building 2. Develop knowledge of potential products and possible solutions for complicated or complex Daylighting projects 3. Receive the tools necessary to distinguish between Daylighting and lighting 4. Use the tools gained in this course to properly incorporate Daylighting into future green building designs Daylighting Basics is a course designed to reach audience members with a variety experience levels. It begins by guiding through foundation knowledge of light, vision and contrast. With an understanding of contrast and comfort levels, there is a transition to explaining the benefits of natural daylighting. The presentation shows that there are numerous proven benefits in health, economics and sustainability if natural daylight is utilized. Once the audience understands those basics and quantify the benefits, they are introduced to methods of daylighting. DYNAMIC DAYLIGHTING FOR DESIGN PROFESSIONALS 9:30AM - 10:30AM - THURSDAY 1 AIA PRESENTED BY PHIL ZEUTENHORST ROOM Target Audience: General Contractors, Builders, Sub-Contractors, Developers, Home Builders, 615 Remodelers, Interior Designers, Property Owners and Managers, Architects, and Engineers This Presentation: Goes into further depth on a variety of daylighting topics including light harvesting and the basics of light. It expands on the array of daylight modeling software available and the pros and cons of each Better explains all of the options for dynamic, automated daylighting systems that allow for the seamless integration of natural and artificial light. Facilitates discussion on the integration of daylighting and building-mechanical controls for maximum building efficiency Provides the audience with general guidelines to help with making daylighting decisions. CONCRETE MATURITY, SAVE TIME AND REDUCE RISK 9:30AM - 10:30AM - THURSDAY PRESENTED BY CHRIS CHRISTENSEN ROOM Target Audience: General Contractors 616 What is concrete maturity, how does it work and why is it superior to field cured cylinders. This proven test method will benefit your project with savings in schedule and reducing risk. 20 CONSTRUCTIONMONTHLY.COM

Build business with build expo ROOM 616 SEMINARS & WORKSHOPS All Seminars at the Build Expo are FREE to attend! Build expo MAKING HOMES COMFORTABLE WITH DUCTLESS HEATPUMPS 9:30AM - 10:30AM - WEDNESDAY PRESENTED BY NEIL KAPPEN Target Audience: General Contractors 1 AIA Neil Kappen from Ballard Natural Gas Service, an Elite Mitsubishi dealer, will be offering a class on how to create efficient HVAC solutions using ductless heatpumps from Mitsubishi. He will be on hand to walk through the basics of their installation, zoning, and wrapping up the hour by taking questions about how to install these units and make them work in almost any home. SEATTLE workshops Neil Kappen is the co-owner of Ballard Natural Gas Service. Growing up in the HVAC business under his father Landis, he has worked in every part of the business from sheet metal to his current position as Director of Sales. ROOM 617 TIMBER FRAMING: AN AGE OF OLD CRAFT MEETS THE MODERN ERA 9:30AM - 10:30AM - WEDNESDAY + THURSDAY PRESENTED BY JOHN MILLER Target Audience: Architects, Engineers, and Design Professionals Designed to answer architects’ questions about timber framing, this course will introduce ways to successfully incorporate timber framing into designs and plans. Discover what sets timber framing apart from other systems, including its benefits and differences that need to be considered. The class will also address factors affecting pricing, joinery basics, woods used, how to find a timber framer, etc. The presentation includes an extensive slide show depicting a variety of uses and designs for timber frame projects. ROOM 614 PROBLEM SOLVED: FINDING THE GAPS IN YOUR MOBILITY, CLOUD AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 9:30AM - 10:30AM - WEDNESDAY + THURSDAY PRESENTED BY DAVID TRASK Target Audience: Building Owners, Project & Facilities Managers, Emergency/Safety/Risk Managers Is your facilities team fully ready for a catastrophe? Only 14% are, according to a 2017 survey. Causes include not having information digitized, not having it organized or searchable, and not being able to access it on mobile devices. What does it mean to your organization to be faced with a catastrophe every two years that costs $500,000? In this presentation, we’ll explore industry research that sheds light on the current state of facilities in order to identify organizational and management gaps. Hear how mobile apps and technology can bridge communication gaps within project, facilities and operations teams, allowing them to work smarter and faster on a daily basis and during emergencies. ESSENTIAL STEPS FOR HEALTHY HOMES 9:30AM - 10:30AM - WEDNESDAY PRESENTED BY JON ALEXANDER & DOUG KENNEDY Target Audience: Builders, Remodelers, Subcontractors & Trades People, Architects & Designers ROOM 620 More & more home owners are concerned about how healthy their homes are. Shouldn’t you be accommodating them? This workshop will explain why healthy homes are important & provide essential practical steps to making a home healthy place for our customers. SPECIAL SEATTLE SHOW EDITION 2018 21