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Spring Seminar 2017

Complying with Locking Arrangement Requirements of the 2012 Life Safety Code® and 2015 International Building Code

This session detailed the requirements of the 2012 Life Safety Code and 2015 IBC and the differences between the requirements. The session also discussed in detail the advantages, disadvantages and appropriateness of the different types of locking arrangements and the most common design/installation mistakes associated with each arrangement.

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University of Vermont Medical Center: Approach and Strategy for Sustainable Design and Construction

Dave Keelty, B.S., CEM, CHFM, CHC Director Facilities Planning and Development, The University of Vermont Medical Center Michael Pulaski, Ph.D., LEED AP BD+C Senior Associate, Thornton Tomasetti Bill Repichowskyj, AIA Partner, Environments for Health (e4h) Architecture This session covered the process and implementation for integrating sustainability and energy efficiency...

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Guide to Campus-Wide Building Envelope Assessment

With data to build a comprehensive facility management strategy, a multi-building assessment guides healthcare engineers in addressing critical conditions while planning for rehabilitation. Tailored to master planning objectives, an effective building envelope study guides restoration efforts, with long-range projections for the best use of resources at different points in...

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