Opening Doors To Design Opportunities

Course Description 

Course has been designed to acquaint the viewer with the many aspects of Fire and Life Safety Code Requirements and how those Code Requirements affect egress and building design. 

Implementing the AESS Category Method

Course Description 

Architects want Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel (AESS) on projects to meet their expectations for appearance, budget, quality and structural integrity. The category system implemented

A panel discussion with three Attorneys; moderated by Brian Hadar of RISK STRATEGIES

Please join us for the March 2020 CSI Dallas Chapter Meeting. It will be an entertaining evening for all everyone.  We have assembled a panel discussion of three well-respected Dallas attorneys who represent architects, contractors and owners in disputes and lawsuits. Each attorney specializes in representing one of these three entities during litigation.  

Overview of the Construction Markets Focusing on Dallas/Fort Worth

The February 13 meeting presentation was by FMI Capital Advisors. The tittle was "A Broad Overview of the Construction Markets in Texas Focusing on Dallas/Fort Worth". It was presented by Pat Kiley, Managing Director. 

Continuous Insulation: Energy Efficiency and Performance Comparison of "ci"

Course Description

An evolution occurred in the early 20th century with fibrous materials and spurned energy efficiency conservation efforts in the US and worldwide. Newer more energy efficient materials were developed and their uses was expanded. Legislation resulting from the 190's energy crisis emerged.

CDT Prep Course

Course Description
This program, sponsored by the Dallas Chapter CSI, will introduce the student to the design, documentation, and construction process of taking a project from owner conception to owner occupancy.

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