AIA/CES

Lerch Bates offers the following AIA/CES approved training programs for 1 Learning Unit each. All Lerch Bates facilitators have been trained on CES guidelines and presentation skills. In addition, they receive continuous in-depth training in the field and are considered industry experts.

TitleDescription
Elevators: Technology & Design Guidelines

1) Existing and emerging elevator application technologies and
    their impact on current architectural design practice
2) How an appropriate elevator system design is developed for a
    specific application
3) Inter-relationships between elevator hoisting layouts,
    accessibility requirements and elevator systems(s) performance

Working with Machine-Room-Less Elevator Systems

1) Elevator overview and the machine-room-less application
2) Benefits of MRL technology
3) Product overview
4) Design implications

An Introduction to Facade Access

1) Codes and standards that govern the facade access industry
2) Design considerations for the architect
3) Ground rigged systems and roof rigged systems
4) Fall protection systems and tie-in guides

Vertical Transport in Healthcare Facilities

1) Current technologies
2) Evolving technologies
3) The type of equipment that should be designed into new
    healthcare facilities

 

Horizontal Transport in Healthcare Facilities

1) Current technologies
2) Evolving technologies
3) The type of equipment that should be designed into new
    healthcare facilities

Supply Chain Management: Operations, Technology and Facilities

1) Impact of Supply Chain Management operational and
    technological factors on facility planning.
2) Practical solutions to Supply Chain Management dilemmas.
3) Relative importance , process design/redesign and current &
    future trends of Supply Chain Management.

International Lift Design Guidelines

1) Insight into global vertical transportation solutions
2) The differences in elevating buildings outside of the U.S.
    market
3) Information on unique technology that is being used
    internationally
4) Examples of unique project vertical transportation solutions

Waste Management: Definition, Importance, and Sustainable Design

1) Educate individuals on Waste Management
2) Broaden design personnel's understanding of the  
    significance of Waste Management
3) Impact of Waste Management on sustainability
4) Educate architect/owners regarding the impact of Waste Management operations and technological factors on facility planning

 
Elevator Modernization Expectations

1) Overview of different elevator technologies to better evaluate potential equipment modernization
2) When and Why to modernize elevator equipment
3) Equipment scope considerations for modernizations
4) Non-elevator scope considerations for modernizations

 
Understanding Elevator Analysis

1) The elevator designer's intent
2) Terminology used to evaluate an elevator system design
3) Elevator analysis methodology
4) Unique applications

 
Service Docks; Operations and Design

1) The significance of service docks
2) Types of operations and how service docks support them
3) Analysis criteria used to determine space requirements and number of dock spaces
4) Design guidelines for service docks
5) Service dock equipment considerations