Schools have unique design needs. In this CEU, you’ll learn the value that glass can bring to educational facilities sparking learning and inspiration, providing a safe haven for children's welfare, and promoting healthy living and physical development of the occupants.  In addition, this course will educate architects and designers on how to specify a glazing unit specific to its needs—enhancing functionality, user experience and energy efficiency.

Learning Objectives

  • Discuss the glass attributes that add value to education facilities, including low-E glass selection for optimal performance and comfort.
  • Identify cost saving measures in the glass supply chain.
  • Specify a glazing unit to meet the specific needs to enhance the well-being of students, teachers and staff through access to daylight.
  • Know the fabricated glass types and how they meet project goals for safety, acoustics and aesthetics.

Pre-requisite: Basic knowledge of glass specifications for applications.