AIA Continuing Education
Hope’s Windows is a registered AIA Continuing Education Provider. We offer one-hour Lunch & Learn seminars at no cost to your firm or chapter meeting as well as a two-hour comprehensive manufacturing plant tour at our campus in Jamestown, New York.
For more information or to schedule a live seminar in your area contact:
Cheryl Evan, AIA CES Coordinator
Phone: 716-665-5124 ext. 377
Explore the features and benefits of modern steel windows while broadening your understanding of the raw material and fabrication process. This presentation focuses on the following learning objectives:
- The evolution of steel windows including the technological innovations in manufacturing processes and materials
- The characteristics and design capabilities associated with various types of steel and comparisons to other raw materials commonly utilized in window and door fabrication
- Typical applications of modern steel windows and doors in new building construction as well as historic replacement projects
- Provide a thorough overview of the latest trends and inherent benefits of specifying a steel window and door system
Course No. HOP102
Length: 1 hour
Credit: 1 LU/HSW
Explore the features and benefits of steel as it pertains to the design and manufacture of secure window systems for Correctional and Behavioral Health facilities. This program will broaden your understanding of the manufacturing and finishing process as well as the unique requirements of secure facilities and the importance of certified testing and performance data.
Course No. HOP202
Length: 1 hour
Credit: 1 LU
Join us at 84 Hopkins Avenue in Jamestown, New York for a truly handcrafted experience. We will guide you through the steel window manufacturing process step-by-step, from shop drawings to the finished product. The plant tour will demonstrate the unique capabilities that hot-rolled steel offers as a window and door material. These unique physical attributes–strength, durability, and life cycle–are apparent throughout the process. A combination of old skills and new technology make this a learning experience unlike any other.
Course No. HOP103
Length: 2 hours
Credit: 2 LU/HSW