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Fire Protection Design for Modern Architecture

GBCI: 0920013024

Understand the complexity of current fire codes and referenced standards.
Eligible for 1 CE HOUR.
  • 1 CE

Published on: May 01, 2017

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Understand the complexity of current fire codes and referenced standards. Who is the AHJ? Are there multiple authorities, and what editions of the codes and standards are they referencing?

Objectives

  1. Establish the differences between prescriptive and performance based design, and how interior design and material selection can affect the final result.
  2. Review how changes in technology are influencing fire protection design in the built environment.
  3. Explore how current fire protection design tools permit multiple design simulations, providing confidence in creative design solutions.
  4. Understand the complexity of current fire codes and referenced standards. Who is the AHJ? Are there multiple authorities, and what editions of the codes and standards are they referencing?
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Heapy Engineering
Dayton, OH
United States

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