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Anchor Channel 201: Design of Facade Attachments to Concrete Structures

Anchor Channel 201

Description: Anchor channel systems cast into concrete are used to attach a variety of fixtures. Anchor channel systems can now be designed using the strength design provisions given in the International Code Council Evaluation Service (ICC-ES) acceptance criteria titled Acceptance Criteria for Anchor Channels in Concrete Elements (AC232). This presentation will explain key parameters for anchor channel system design per AC232. Design examples will be used to illustrate AC232 concrete breakout calculations for tension and shear. Additional examples will be worked using Hilti PROFIS Anchor Channel software. 

This course is accredited through NCSEA for 1.5 hours of continuing education credit

April 4th, 11:00 AM-12:30PM CT

April 5th, 2:00 PM-3:30PM CT

Anchor 101

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Description: This program has been developed as a means of providing continuing education credit to structural engineers, building contractors, inspectors, and architects. It will provide an introductory overview of the adhesive and mechanical anchor market.

The following topics will be covered:
1. Fundamental principles of anchor theory, including applications and design basis
2. Influencing factors on anchor design and load performance
3. Building code requirements as they pertain to anchors (CSA A23.3-14)
4. Various types of anchors, including product specifications, and selection criteria
5. Design resources for mechanical and adhesive anchors


May 2nd, 11:00AM-12:00PM CT

May 3rd, 2:00PM-3:00PM CT

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Firestop 101: A Life Safety Issue

Firestop 101

Description: This course explains the need for firestop and provides an overview of how the model building codes are addressing the issue. Attendees should understand what firestopping is and why it’s needed, know the applicable code requirements related to firestop, and understand firestop system testing and listing for penetrations, joints and perimeter fire barrier. There will also be discussion about how firestopping fits into the specification, design and construction process.

This course is approved through AIA for 1.0 LU l HSW.

April 18th 11:00AM-12:00 PM CT

April 19th, 2:00PM-3:00PM CT



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