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DC Southwest Neighborhood Library
The new DC Southwest Library brings a sustainable and unique design to replace the previous outdated library. Needed by the community was a Library that could provide State of the Art Technology, a place for training education and work force development, and vitality. Comprised of a mass timber structure, this innovative building involves such elements as a highly unique timber folded plate roof using Dowel Laminated Timber. Supporting the steel and timber lateral system were glulam beams and columns with detailed timber-to-steel connections. The Library achieved LEED Platinum Status, implementing sustainable strategies such as regionally sourced material, solar panels on the green roof, and timber throughout.
Presented by: Leif Johnson, P.E., S.E., StructureCraft
Red Rocks Amphitheatre Stage Roof Replacement
A discussion of the anatomy of design and construction of a stage roof replacement at one of the most iconic outdoor concert venues in the United States. The new stage roof at Red Rocks Amphitheatre focused on three critical criteria: increased rigging capacity, safer and more efficient ways to hang a show, and aesthetics that reflect the size and shape of the rocky venue. Rolling rigging beams, aircraft cable tension grids, and a massive reduction in support columns are just some of the solutions that will be presented.
Presented by: Chris Adams, P.E., Martin/Martin, Inc.
- Course will award 1.5 hours of continuing education for the live session only.
- Each series registration is per person.
- This will be available as a recording, with no PDH attached.