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Luncheon - Architectural Hardware ... Explained

February 12, 2015 - 11:30
Sandman Hotel, Vancouver

Presented by April Wells, Allegion Canada Inc.

In an ever more complicated openings environment, there are many considerations required to be able to apply the correct hardware for your project. Some of the questions are:

What is the overall process in evaluating hardware choices?

When or when not to use cylinder or mortise locks?

How does ANSI/BHMA testing apply to door hardware?

What is the best way to secure an opening?

How does one integrate electronic access control systems?

April will provide a comprehensive overview of the Architectural hardware openings environment from a mechanical, electronic and electrified hardware point of view and how to apply them to various projects and applications.

April Wells, DHI, CDC, TR AHC (Apprentice Level I,II, III ) has worked as an Architectural Sales Consultant for the past 20 years providing technical support to specifiers, architects and contractors throughout British Columbia. With an educational background in Business and a minor in Marketing, her passion is to provide safety and security expertise to the industry for today’s challenging construction projects that meet all the needs of the building owners and clients.

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Events Schedule

2014-2015 Program (Updated Sep 18, 2014)

  • Feb 12 - Architectural Hardware Overview
  • Mar 12 - Looking Through Paper - Into a Digital Wonderland
  • Apr 9 - Rainscreen and the Resurgence of EIFS
  • May 14 - TELUS Garden Building Tour
  • May 27-31 - CSC National Conference 2015 in Winnipeg
  • Sep 10 - SPEC GOLF 2015

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Technical Representative

January 19, 2015 - April 20, 2015

The TR course will provide a better understanding of contract documents and bidding procedures, product representation, professionalism, and ethics, and will provide a new depth of understanding and explanation of concepts beyond what was previously introduced in the PCD course. The course is designed for the individual involved in the supply section of the construction industry such as manufacturer representatives, agents or distributors of products. The student will have successfully completed the PCD course.

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For more information, contact Robert Jahnsen at robert@div7.ca