Tuesday, June 9, 2020
8:30 am - 1:00 pm
AIA Atlanta’s Procrastination Day goes virtual, offering you an opportunity to catch up on continuing education credits or jump-start your AIA and state requirements. Register now for our spring session and earn up to 4 LU/HSW credits. Procrastination Day is also open to nonmembers.
Participants who attend all four presentations will receive a $25 Grubhub gift certificate for lunch on us.
Integration of Acoustic Control in Lighting Fixtures
Smart Lighting Solutions
Contemporary interior design has led to an increase in open spaces, unfinished ceilings, glass walls, and hard flooring. All of these can result in elevated noise levels. Learn how the integration of acoustic control in lighting fixtures can be part of the solution.
HVAC Solutions to Promoting Healthier Indoor Air
AHA Consulting Engineers
Understand mechanical filtration, ventilation, humidity and treatment systems to promote healthier indoor air.
Building Stability for the “New Normal” in the U.S. Weather Outlook
Examine the of helical piers for structural elevation and stability protection from potential damage caused by extreme weather and flooding.
Polycarbonate Technologies and Design Applications
How can we design with more effective daylighting for superior sustainability, enhanced aesthetics, and greater efficiency by integrating translucent polycarbonate technology? Explore the benefits for designers, occupants, and owners for the structures where we live, work, play, and learn. See why you should consider polycarbonate for daylighting, how to do it most effectively, and what exceptional results you can achieve.
Presentations subject to change without notice.
Continuing education requirements
Architects maintaining licensure in the state of Georgia are required to complete 24 hours of continuing education every two years, 16 of which must be in the topic areas of health, safety, and welfare (HSW). To fulfill AIA membership requirements, AIA Architect members are required to complete 18 LUs each year, 12 of which must be HSW.
Thank you to our 2020 patrons