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October  2016
 
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Join us for the HLPA Lunch & Learn!

Featuring Mid-rise Wood Construction and Wood Construction
Thursday, October 6, 2016 8am-5pm
Eventbrite - Lunch & Learn. 8 AIA/LUs HSW       Thurs., Oct. 6, 2016

YOU CAN EARN Up to 8 AIA LU/HSW
4 per session, Choose Half Day or Full Day Session!

Who: For all Architects, Designers, & Engineers, etc.,
interested in earning up to 8 AIA LU/HSW in one day

What: The Annual HLPA Lunch & Learn is back!

Where: Honolulu Airport Interisland Terminal Conference
Room, Iliahi. Located on the 7th Floor of the Interisland
Terminal (top level of the parking structure)

Why: Great CE program offering up to 8 credits and
convenient networking opportunity in Honolulu


Lunch & Learn Sessions

Morning Session, 8am-Noon: Mid-rise Wood Construction under the 2012 IBC

  • Codes and Standards for Mid-Rise
    Construction - An All Wood Solution
  • Fire Resistance Design for Wood Construction
  • Understanding Restraint Rod Systems
  • Podium Deck Anchorage, An Extensive look into solving this problem for Light Frame Wood Structures

Afternoon Session, 1pm-5pm Wood Construction

  • How New Trends in Wood Construction Comply with the Building Code
  • Wood Evolution: Inspiration Architecture with Innovative Structural Systems
  • Understanding Moment Frames
  • Introduction to Deck Design

Choose either the Full Day Session (8 credits) for $200.00
or Half Day Session for $135.00 (4 credits)*

Register online at www.HawaiiLumber.com by 9-30-16
*Continental Breakfast and/or Lunch provided, based on your selected session(s).
Validated parking is $3.50 for up to 8 hours

Eventbrite - Lunch & Learn. 8 AIA/LUs HSW       Thurs., Oct. 6, 2016

Michelle Kam-Biron, PE, SE, SECB, M. ASCE, American Wood Council Michelle Kam-Biron is a California-licensed structural engineer and Senior Director of Education for the American Wood Council (AWC) where she oversees and develops continuing educational resources related to structural wood for architects, engineers, and code officials.

Tim Kaucher is the Branch Engineering Manager for Simpson Strong-Tie Southwest U.S. where he manages and coordinates the efforts of the engineering group, R&D laboratory and training department within the branch. Mr. Kaucher conducts presentations and product training sessions to external and internal customers as well as provides technical support to engineers, architects, contractors and end users on connectors, fasteners and lateral systems.

This event is sponsored by:

 
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