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Adaptive Reuse: An Environmentally and Socially Beneficial Alternative to New Construction

Adaptive Reuse: An Environmentally and Socially Beneficial Alternative

This course addresses the social well-being fostered by preserving and revitalizing the existing urban fabric; complying with regulatory challenges unique to adaptive reuse; supporting sustainability through reuse; and upgrading systems while improving accessibility to existing buildings.


Accommodating Shrinkage in Multistory Wood-Frame Structures

Cumulative wood shrinkage can impact the function and performance of finishes, openings, MEP systems, and structural connections. Learn how to accommodate shrinkage in multistory structures and minimize effects on building performance.

Historic Preservation Part V: Modern Heritage, Social Justice, Equity, & Inclusion

Examine 21st century preservation, while also exploring the complexities that modern heritage, intangible heritage, and social justice have added to preservation efforts.

Historic Preservation Part IV: Economics & Sustainability

Examine preservation in the 21st century as it becomes more relevant and mainstream. Along the way, you'll learn how to fund and address the complexities and considerations of preservation work in a sustainable manner.

Sustainable Design Part VI: Economic Analyses (2021 Update)

Review the capital investments in equipment, system upgrades, and building maintenance and operations that support buildings with a reduced environmental impact.