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Repair Your City: The Winter 2021 Village Building Design e-Course

Virtual Event

Join us in experiencing this online workshop format of City Repair’s placemaking intensive training. Village Building Design Course: A Placemaking Online Intensive Join us for City Repair’s Winter Village Building […]

L&L: A Virtual Smash-Up Course Hands-on Training

Virtual Event

A VIRTUAL SMASH-UP COURSE
The Integrated Building Envelope™:  Building Envelope System: Physics – DMI
Applied Waterproofing Hands-On Training
This presentation will be divided into two parts. The first part will be a course that provides an overview of the Integrated Building Envelope achieved through the understanding of Design, Material, and Installation in order to create Continuity in both the process and the building. The course will have the following learning objectives:

Define and develop a better understanding of the Building Envelope concept.

Develop a better understanding of the Integrated Building Envelope concept and how Terminations, Transitions, and Penetrations (TTP) impact the performance and sustainability of buildings.

Develop a better understanding of the Design, Material & Installation with a focus on material as it relates to the physics of composite waterproofing systems.

Explore the process of proactively creating coordination between Design, Material and Installation to achieve an Integrated Building Envelope.

The second part will let each participant experience the feeling of working with the materials used and evaluated in the “Full-Size Blindside Mock-Up” while never leaving the comfort of your office or home. Each individual participating in this event will receive a Virtual IBE Level III Training Pre-Applied Kit were the shipping box becomes the training mock-up.
Join Us For Some Hands-On Training
For more information contact Committee Chair - Mark Aasland.

Salimatu Amabebe & Annika Hansteen-Izora

Virtual Event

Free tickets available Nice! Tickets are available for this event. ABOUT THE SPEAKER Salimatu Amabebe (he/they) is a Nigerian-American chef and multimedia artist. Amabebe is the founder and director of Black Feast, […]

How the Working Class Home Became Modern

Virtual Event

This program is FREE for AHC members (must log in when registering).

Between 1900 and 1940, the average American home went from kerosene to electric lighting, outhouses to full indoor baths, and saw the rise of the formal dining room, among many technological and domestic innovations. In his new book, How the Working-Class Home Became Modern, 1900-1940 (University of Minnesota Press, 2020), author Tom Hubka explores how new mechanical conveniences, public utilities, and changes in social behavior and hygiene (among other things), led to vast improvements in living conditions and the emergence of the middle class. Professor Hubka has given numerous AHC presentations over the years and this talk covering the key themes in his book will certainly be just as energetic and informative, even if we can't all be in the same room.

 

Image: In How the Working-Class Home Became Modern, 1900-1940, author Tom Hubka contrasts and compares upper-middle class and vernacular working class houses like the two Portland area houses pictured here. AHC Library photos.02/06/2021 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM PTTo register, check the Registration Link

DEI Educational Event: Systemic Racism

Virtual Event

One of the most problematic issues when discussing racism, is that our shared societal narrative about history from our formal K-12 education, is not conclusive, correct or consistent with real […]

2021 IIDA Oregon Chapter NEXT Virtual Event

Virtual Event

At NEXT you'll learn about STORYTELLING from 3 thought-provoking speakers who hope to inspire you with new ideas on how to tell your story.The IIDA Oregon Chapter invites you to […]

AIA Oregon Virtual Lunch + Learn – Boral

Virtual Event

“Eldorado Stone Architectural Stone Veneer: Transforming Spaces through Color & Texture” 1 AIA LU|HSW Available This learning course will address the benefits of specifying architectural stone veneer in your design […]

AIA Oregon Virtual Lunch + Learn – Laticrete

Virtual Event

"Adhered Masonry Veneer Performance Installation Systems" 1 AIA LU|HSW Available This CEU will focus on new installation methods, substrates and waterproofing options for the “thin is in” Adhered Masonry Veneer […]