Cementitious Wood Fiber Ceilings and Walls

CEU
Sustainability
TECTUM Wood Fiber
TECTUM

AIA Program Number: ArmTec099    Credits: 1 LU, 1 HSW
IDCEC Approved: No Course Number    Credits: 1 LU

Interior Acoustical Products
  • Discuss the role of cementitious wood fiber specialty ceilings in commercial buildings.
  • Evaluate how aesthetic choices interact with performance, safety and durability, in a broad range of standard, custom and one-of-a-kind design options.
  • Examine key performance attributes: acoustics, fire performance, accessibility to the plenum, seismic performance, moisture resistance, sustainability including contribution to USGBC LEED rating system, and installation.
  • Recognize how the manufacturing process of cementitious wood fiber panels determines their appearance, performance, lead time, and cost.

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Please note:
IDCEC attendees must self-report for their participation in courses with an approved IDCEC number.  All others have not been approved by the IDCEC and are either pending or are ineligible for IDCEC credits. All learning units qualify as Health, Safety, and Welfare [HSW] credit per the AIA CES continuing education guidelines. “Sustainable Ceiling Systems” also qualifies as SD, or Sustainable Design.


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