CDT Prep Course
This program, sponsored by the Dallas Chapter CSI, introduces the student to the design, documentation, and construction process of taking a project from owner conception to owner occupancy.
The course focuses on concepts and terminology associated with the project delivery process. It outlines the various aspects of construction contract administration and explains the various roles and responsibilities of those that participate in the process.
Whether designing sustainable commercial or institutional building types, architects carefully consider the qualities and long-term advantages of fenestration materials. Windows and doors provide essential protection and architectural character to a building, and must also respond to owner-driven requirements like aesthetics, cost, performance, maintenance, and life cycle.
Fiberglass composite is suitable for windows and doors in any climate or building type. More durable than aluminum or vinyl, with the thermal efficiency of wood, fiberglass composite windows are an economically competitive alternative to aluminum and vinyl windows. The multiple advantages and benefits of fiberglass composite make it a versatile fenestration choice because of its strength, durability, low maintenance, energy efficiency, and sustainable qualities, as well as its resistance to corrosion, dents, and scratches.