DESIGN SMARTER WITH STRUCTURAL STEEL:
SUSTAINABILITY + MULTIFAMILY, HOTEL AND STUDENT HOUSING
AIA Los Angeles
3780 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Designers constantly face the challenges of providing maximum usable area, versatility in design, and creating high-quality buildings with sustainable materials in the multifamily, hotel and student housing marketplace. Join AISC (American Institute of Steel Construction) to uncover how structural steel contributes to a sustainable environment, and find economical and innovative solutions in response to these challenges. Structural steel has long been recognized as a high strength, precise framing material with a fast speed of erection. Learn effective solutions for designing within the limitations of building area and height in tight design and construction schedules.
The course discusses the material requirements of major sustainability standards (ASHRAE 189.1), codes (IgCC), and rating systems (LEED 2009 & LEED v4, Living Building Challenge, Green Globes), and how the use of structural steel addresses these requirements.
Structural steel framing systems maximize space for occupant comfort, create versatile buildings for ease of design, and enhance the quality of construction to provide safe and healthy buildings. This program provides an overview of structural steel framing systems in mid-rise and high-rise projects and includes case studies which support efficient and economical methods of construction.
Jayshree Shah, AIA, NCARB, LEEP AP BD+C, has nearly a decade of experience designing and practicing architecture. She has a strong focus on the multi-story residential market with research on apartments, condominiums, hotels, student and senior housing projects throughout the country. Jayshree is committed to supporting your projects by providing effective solutions in structural steel. Contact: email@example.com, 312.533.7165
Lorena Arce, P.E., has a background in civil and structural engineering with experience in design through construction in the state of California. She is the AISC Southwest regional engineer dedicated to assisting the design and construction community with technical solutions and resources for structural steel systems. Lorena is available to help assess the viability of a structural steel option on upcoming projects. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 562.332.0990
John Cross, PE, LEED AP is Vice President of the American Institute of Steel Construction responsible for market development and finance. He is a frequent speaker at seminars and workshops focused on construction economics, sustainability, building information modeling and the early involvement of steel specialty contractors in the design and construction process.
Prior to joining AISC in 2000, Mr. Cross spent 22 years as a consulting engineer in the Chicago area and 6 years on the pastoral staff of a local church.
He was awarded the National Press Award from DBIA for contributions to the Design-Build movement and named a finalist for the 2012 Chicago CFO of the Year. In addition, he recently served on the Executive Committee of the buildingSMART Alliance and is a voting member of the ASHRE 189.1 Standard Committee for the Design of High-Performance Green Buildings.
Mr. Cross earned a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, a Master of Divinity degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and a MBA from the Keller Graduate School of Management.
American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC). AISC is a not-for-profit technical institute and trade association established in 1921 to serve the structural steel design community and construction industry in the United States. The AISC Steel Solutions Center provides conceptual solutions for project team members, as a FREE service, to investigate the viability of structural steel on their unique project challenges. Solutions can be delivered in one week.
Food & Beverage will kindly be provided by AISC!