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The modern design professional agreement is laden with defined terms and cross-references that can obscure the true responsibilities and liabilities of designers on construction projects.
Understand the contractual protections that can be used to minimize exposure.Today, design professionals are being asked to take on greater risk and liability than ever before.
Understand the concepts of Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) and Allowable Stress Design (ASD).Listen to a comprehensive discussion of the Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) and the Allowable Stress Design...
Industrial buildings represent a significant portion of new construction in the United States and abroad. The architectural and engineering requirements for these facilities are unique and often times different than...
The newest technologies in 3D laser scanning has resulted in lower costs and better model integration. Laser scanning is now being used in all facets of capital and maintenance project life cycles.
As integrated project delivery methods become more common, more and more contractors are taking on design risk.It's increasingly important for contractors and their counsel to consider how to delegate this risk to their...
Understand the "tried and true" aspects of the design professionals practice, as well as the ever changing legal landscape of the 21st Century.The 21st Century has proven to be a remarkable era of innovation for all...
Know which materials are appropriate for the type of design of your construction project. When renovating an existing building, there may be times when the type of structural materials used may be questioned in the...
Learn how to size the structural members and go through the design of a post-tensioned column-supported floor.This topic explains the way to handle the intricacies of real-life floor systems, such and openings, steps,...
Retaining walls are one of the most likely types of structures to fail, choose the right type of wall and know what to expect from.Retaining walls don't just hold back soil or rock.
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