Selection of Architectural Screening - OD
Course Number: PalmSHIELD -OD
Provider Name: American Fence Company
Provider Number: 404109216
Course at a Glance
Course Delivery Type On Demand
This course is 1 LU|HSW.
Course Level This course is Introductory
Original Course Approval 01/04/2021
Course Expiration 01/04/2024
About this Course
The Selection of Architectural Screening is an introductory, unbiased course that covers: The evolution and need for architectural screening, design trends of screening, case studies on cities that mandate the use of architectural screening, common and possible uses of screening, pros and cons of materials and designs, architectural screenings effect on curb appeal and property value, appearance standards for architectural screening, the effect IBC and ASCE7-16 codes have on the engineering of architectural screening, and rooftop and ground mounting practices for architectural screens.
Learning Objective 1:
Participants will understand architectural screening codes and standards complying with progressive city requirements.
Learning Objective 2:
Participants will be familiarized with different types of architectural screening and materials to choose which will be best for their project.
Learning Objective 3:
Participants will understand the curb appeal, property value, and security that is added when an architectural screen is used.
Learning Objective 4:
Participants will recognize the necessity for quality architectural screening that is engineered to meet IBC and ASCE7-16 codes for wind loads on structures.
Course Sessions For more information about this course contact the provider.
Category Project Planning & Design
Sub Category Building Systems, Materials, & Assemblies
Keywords Architectural Screening, Screening, Enclosure, Dumpster Enclosure, Trash Enclosure, Gates, Fence, Equipment Screen, Mechanical Equipment Screen, HVAC Screen, Louvers, Louvered Screen, Rooftop Screen, Perforated Metal, Security, Generator Screen, Visual Screening, Airflow, Anchoring, Mounting, ASCE7-16, IBC, Wind Loads, Engineered Screening