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2010 Show Program and Event Guide

Foresight is Power

54th CSI Annual Convention

CONSTRUCTshow.com | TheTFMshow.com Exhibits: May 12-14, 2010 | Education: May 11-14, 2010 Pennsylvania Convention Center | Philadelphia, PA 1


CSI–Solutions that Work on the Job Start the discussion at CSI’s Booth #535 “It wasn’t until I joined CSI that I really started understanding building materials, construction technology, and the process of getting something built. Every successful building is the result of a team effort. CSI is where I get to know my teammates.” —Daniel Hargreaves, CSI, CDT, RAS

“The biggest benefit that I have received from CSI is the recognition of professionalism from others in the industry. I am continually called upon by the design community for advice relating to contracting and bid procedures.” —Richard Cooper, PE, CSI, CDT, General Contractor

“CSI has been making my job easier for years.” —Jonathan M. Miller, FCSI, CCS, CCCA, AIA, NCARB, SCIP, Specification Consultant

“The CDT gave me an incredible jump-start to understanding the project life-cycle. More noteworthy is the broad pool of industry knowledge available to me by members at my local chapter.” —Eli Lemanski, CSI CDT, Construction Document Technologist

Enhance your career—do your job better, faster and more economically with CSI. Visit www.csinet.org/joinCSI or call 1-800-689-2900 to connect with construction professionals through CSI.

The Construction Specifications Institute 110 S. Union Street, Ste 100 Alexandria, VA 22314 800-689-2900 www.csinet.org


Welcome to Construct2010, the 54th csi Annual Convention and the 13th Annual TFM Show

This event provides a platform for all of us, in the commercial building industry, to meet face-to-face to share our powerful resources and to actively participate in the ample opportunities to increase the potential for our business success. Knowledge from industry experts in over 75 expert-led education sessions will stimulate your mind and challenge your thinking. Accreditation for AIA/CES, CSI CEN and BOMI at CONSTRUCT2010 and The TFM Show is provided in the strong education program, the Michael Davis FCSI, CDT CSI President

Education Pavilion on the show floor, the general session and two technical tours. The weeklong schedule is planned to offer networking with your peers and across industries, as well as abundant learning opportunities and fun. Don’t miss the student competition entries, the Fairmount Water Works excursion, the General Session with Bjarke Ingels or the Welcome Reception. The vendors in the full exhibit hall offer the latest products, services and solutions to make your job easier and assist in your company’s growth. Attendees and exhibitors have the ability to share and learn from companies that are facing the same challenges, thereby enriching all of us personally and professionally for years to come.

Walter Marlowe PE, CSI, CAE Executive Director/CEO, CSI

Held in conjunction with CONSTRUCT2010, CSI hosts its 54th Annual Convention. While on the exhibit floor, stop by the CSI Booth (Booth #535) to talk to CSI leaders and staff about products and services including format and technical documents, education and certification programs and member benefits. While you are in the CSI booth, check out a demonstration of GreenFormat or one of our short technical education sessions. Friday afternoon is CSI’s Annual Meeting which includes a State of the Institute address by CSI President Michael M. Davis, FCSI, CDT and a presentation of CSI’s new 2011-2015 Strategic Plan. The highlight of Friday evening is CSI’s Honors & Awards Gala where CSI will elevate six members to Fellowship, and present several illustrious awards.

Tom Cindric, Director, Hanley Wood

We look forward to a full and successful week. Thank you for joining us.

54th CSI Annual Convention

Exhibits: May 12-14, 2010 | Education: May 11-14, 2010 Pennsylvania Convention Center | Philadelphia, PA 54th CSI Annual Convention

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Pack whichever shoes you like. No one in Chicago looks down at their feet.

Chicago’s architecture is renowned the world over.

Join us in Chicago! Exhibits: September 14-16, 2011 Education: September 13-16, 2011 McCormick Place, Chicago, IL In Conjunction with the 55th CSI Annual Convention


table of contents Welcome........................................................................... 1 Mayor’s Citation............................................................... 4 54th

CSI Annual Convention

General Information Badge Information...................................................................................6 Bookstore.................................................................................................6 Business Center........................................................................................6 CSI Locations............................................................................................6 CSI Ribbons..............................................................................................6 ExpoCard.................................................................................................6 hanleywoodConnect ...............................................................................6 Hotel and Travel.......................................................................................6 Hours-Education Program........................................................................7 Hours-Exhibit Hall.....................................................................................7 Internet Access.........................................................................................7 Lost and Found........................................................................................7 Parking.....................................................................................................7 Photography.............................................................................................7 Publication Bins........................................................................................7 Registration..............................................................................................7 Restaurant and Concessions....................................................................7 Tickets for Events.....................................................................................7 Our Sponsors...........................................................................................9 Our Partners.............................................................................................9

Event Schedule CONSTRUCT2010 & The TFM Show Schedule-at-a-Glance..................12 Education, Events, Tours and Times.......................................................14 Spouse/Guest Program..........................................................................18 Student & Emerging Professional Program............................................19

CSI Information CSI Schedule-at-a-Glance......................................................................21 CSI Board...............................................................................................22 CSI General Information.........................................................................23 CSI Awards.............................................................................................28 2010-2011 Host Chapters......................................................................32

Education Program Education Program Overview ...............................................................33 Speakers.................................................................................................34 Sessions-at-a-Glance..............................................................................36 Session Descriptions..............................................................................40 Education Pavilion Schedule..................................................................46 Advisory Board.......................................................................................47

Floor Plan........................................................................ 48 Exhibitor Information Exhibitor List Alpha................................................................................50 Green Pavilion .......................................................................................52 New Product Pavilion.............................................................................53 Exhibitor Profiles....................................................................................54

Products by Category Product Categories................................................................................72 MasterFormat.........................................................................................78

Advertiser List................................................................. 80

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Welcome to Philadelphia!

Citation

City of Philadelphia Michael A. Nutter, Mayor May 11, 2010

Attendees to the CONSTRUCT2010 and TFM Show will convene in Philadelphia May 11-14 in conjunction with the 54th Annual Convention of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI). These events, co-located at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, offer accredited education programs, exhibits of the latest services, products and technologies along with technical tours, activities and special events. The City of Philadelphia is honored to be selected as the host city in 2010. We are proud to be considered a city that can offer history, architecture, urban planning and revitalization projects as educational opportunities to support attendees’ certification programs. As Philadelphia looks to take the lead in sustainable building practices, we are pleased to welcome those professionals who take such a critical interest in sustainability and advancements in planning and building. We invite the thousands of architects, engineers, designers, facility owners and managers to observe and learn about new developments and restoration taking place throughout the city. Philadelphia last hosted this convening in 1976 and is pleased to show the attendees to this prestigious convening of the building and facility management industries all that has been accomplished in our historic and contemporary landscape. It is fitting and appropriate, therefore that the City of Philadelphia officially recognizes with this Citation.

CONSTRUCT2010 and THE TFM SHOW

Michael A. Nutter Mayor

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Man’s greatest architectural achievements have been forged from natural stone. It is neither bonded together by petroleum-based resins nor created in a factory. We don’t need to look beyond our own national monuments to comprehend that natural stone stands the test of time. Natural stone offers many attractive, environmentally friendly attributes including: durability, ease of care and maintenance, recyclability, an enduring life cycle, and low VOCs. Natural stone is nature’s original sustainable building material. In partnering with the Center for Clean Products at The University of Tennessee to evaluate and ultimately improve the environmental performance of the industry, we have demonstrated our sincere commitment to reducing the environmental impacts of stone on our planet. For research results, industry best practices, a life-cycle inventory and more, please visit: www.genuinestone.com/stone_environment.php

www.marble-institute.com

Visit us in Booth #443

The Flat Ledge Quarry in Massachusetts produced Cape Ann granite from the mid 1850s to 1930. Cape Ann granite was prized for its firm texture, high crushing test and freedom from pyrites and other impurities, making it most desirable for paving blocks, building and monumental purposes. The quarry was filled with water soon after operations ceased and is currently under the stewardship of the state’s Department of Environmental Management as part of Halibut Point State Park. Today the reservoir is one of Rockport’s two main water supplies, holding 85 million gallons. The park is a hot bed for rock climbing and hiking. Public can explore and enjoy the park’s trails and tide pools, picnic on its rocky ledges, enjoy its sweeping views, cross country ski, fish and learn about Cape Ann’s historic granite industry. Chris Ogden | www.QuarryShots.com


General show information Badge Information

Business Center

The official registration badge should be prominently displayed at all times for prompt admission to the exhibit hall and registered education sessions. If you lose your badge, please inquire at the registration area. Badges are non-transferable and must not be loaned to anyone for any purpose during this event. Badges are printed in specific colors to assist you in identifying an individual’s affiliation:

The Business Center is located on the 200 Level down the hall from the meeting rooms, outside Exhibit Halls B & C and next to the Gift Shop. The following services are available from 9:00 am – 5:00pm Monday-Friday: yy Color and b/w copies yy Disposable Cameras yy Gifts yy Fax Services yy Fed Ex and UPS shipping services yy Print pods to print from laptops

Red: Green: Purple: Orange:

Education Packages and Speakers Attendee and Spouse/Guest Exhibitors Press

Badge Lanyards

General Information

Sponsored by ARCAT Badge Holders are available for attendees who have been mailed their badges at Badge Holder Pick-up located in the General Concourse outside of Exhibit Hall A.

Bookstore Open to all attendees, the Bookstore, hosted by CSI, features books and training materials for the commercial building and construction industry. Topics include BIM, green building and sustainable design, architecture and many others. Also included will be CSI publications including MasterFormat and the Project Resource Manual. Credit Cards are accepted. Located on the Registration Bridge. Bookstore Hours are: Wednesday......................................................... 8:00am – 5:00pm Thursday ............................................................ 8:00am – 5:00pm Friday . ............................................................... 8:00am – 2:00pm

CSI LOCATIONS/MEMBERSHIP The CSI Booth is located on the Exhibit Hall floor #535. The 2010 and 2011 CSI Host Chapter booths are located on the Registration Bridge Lobby.

CSI Ribbons The following ribbons can be picked up from the 2010 Philadelphia CSI Host Chapter Booth located on the Registration Bridge Lobby: CCCA, CCPR, CCS, CDT, CSI Committee Member, CSI Leader, CSI Task Team Member, Distinguished Member, Fellow, First Timer, Former CSI President and Student.

ExpoCard All CONSTRUCT2010 and The TFM Show attendees have been issued an Expocard. Swipe this card to request information from exhibitors and to receive credit for your educational sessions. The ExpoCard is sponsored by 4specs.com. Sponsored by 4specs.com

hanleywoodConnect hanleywoodConnect is the official social networking system of CONSTRUCT/TFM Show that allows exhibitors and attendees to ‘find’ each other online and communicate before, during and after the show. NEW! Connect here in Philly on your phone at m.constructshow. com & m.tfmshow.com. hanleywoodCONNECT will be open through July 14th – make sure you keep Connecting after the show! For questions or help with your ecode, contact us at connect@ hanleywood.com or 888.352.2720.

Hotel and Travel Official Hotels Courtyard by Marriott 21 North Juniper Street | (215)-496-3200 Hampton Inn 1301 Race Street | (215)-665-9100 Hilton Garden Inn 1100 Arch Street | (215)-923-0100 Loews 1200 Market Street | (215)-627-1200 Philadelphia Marriott Downtown 1201 Market Street | (215)-625-2900 Four Points by Sheraton 1201 Race Street | (215)-496-2700

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Hours - Education Program See Session Descriptions for room assignments. Tuesday 2:00pm – 3:30pm & 4:00pm – 5:30pm Wednesday 8:00am – 9:30am & 4:00pm – 5:30pm Thursday 8:00am – 9:30am 10:00am – 11:30am 4:00pm – 5:00pm Friday 8:00am – 9:00am & 9:30am – 10:30am

Hours - Exhibit Hall A CONSTRUCT 2010 or THE TFM SHOW badge is required for admittance. Wednesday....................................................... 11:30am – 4:00pm Thursday............................................................11:30am – 4:00pm Friday.................................................................10:00am – 2:00pm

Hours - Registration

Tuesday.............................................................. 1:00pm – 5:00pm Wednesday......................................................... 7:00am – 4:00pm Thursday............................................................. 7:00am – 4:00pm Friday.................................................................. 7:00am – 2:00pm

Information Information is available at Badge Holder Pick-up located in the General Concourse outside of Exhibit Hall A.

Internet Access The Pennsylvania Convention Center WiFi service is provided complimentary on the concourses and overlook for attendees. For areas outside these zones, wireless is available for $10 per day.

Lost and Found Stop by the Show Office located in Room 204C to turn in found items or to claim lost items. Items left after the end of show will be turned into the building management.

Publication Bins To pick up a complimentary copy of your favorite industry publication, stop by the Publication Bins located in the General concourse outside of Exhibit Hall A.

Restaurants and Concessions Food Service is available on the show floor during open exhibit hours. Additionally, coffee service is available in the lobby prior to the exhibit hall opening.

Show Management Office Please stop by the Show Office, located in room 204C, to reach a member of the Show Management team or if you have any questions or require assistance. The show office is open Monday through Friday. 215.418.5470

Tickets for Events If you need assistance with replacement or need additional tickets for an event go to Registration in the Registration Bridge Lobby.

Unauthorized Solicitations Solicitation of business by unauthorized individuals who are not official exhibitors is not in the best interest of CONSTRUCT2010 and The TFM Show attendees or exhibitors and is strictly prohibited. Please report any such occurrence to show management immediately.

No-smoking Policy Smoking is not permitted in the Pennsylvania Convention Center nor the Exhibit Hall.

Parking All parking at and near the Pennsylvania Convention Center is available on a first come, first served basis, including handicapaccessible parking. You can find everything you need about parking in Philadelphia at the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s official website, www.philapark.org. Find a parking lot or garage near the convention center or your hotel. You can type in a specific address or choose from a list of popular attractions. Then you can compare nearby garages by their hours and rates.

Photography Except for registered members of the press, photographers contracted by CONSTRUCT2010 and The TFM Show/Hanley Wood Exhibitions or exhibitors photographing their own booths, all photography and/or live or recorded video, including use of cell phone video technology, is prohibited in the exhibit hall and education session rooms.

General Information

Located on the Registration Bridge Lobby. Easy, on-site registration is available for both Exhibit Hall admission and the Conference Program. Education Session changes and additions should be made on-site at Registration so your ExpoCard can be reprogrammed. This will ensure proper tracking of sessions and allow for certification follow-up.

For Post Show Information, Contact: Hanley Wood Exhibitions T: (866) 920-0207 or (972) 536-6450 F: (972) 536-6307 www.CONSTRUCTshow.com | www.TheTFMshow.com P.O. Box 612128 Dallas, TX USA 75261-2128

Visit our Badge Mailing Insert Sponsor: Booth #523

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General Information

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© 2010 Pella corporation

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Vicwest Architectural Panels

Go ahead, challenge us. Vicwest metal fabrications and flashings give you complete design flexibility to finish any building with a distinctive style. Through a considerable investment in key coast-to-coast facilities, we can respond to your demands for curved bullnoses, concealed gutter systems, eaves and fascias. And all in a variety of materials and finishes. Talk to the Vicwest design team or visit vicwest.com and click on ‘Design’.

See us at Construct 2010, Booth 445

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Form Follows Design

The design possibilities are, to say the least, unlimited.


Thank You to Our Valued Sponsors CONSTRUCT2010 Official Sponsor CSI is a national association dedicated to creating standards and formats to improve construction documents and project delivery. The organization is unique in the industry in that its members are a cross-section of specifiers, architects, engineers, contractors and building materials suppliers. CSI is renowned in the industry for its rigorous certification programs for professionals seeking to improve their knowledge of accurate and concise construction documents. CSI provides continuing education, professional conferences and product shows. For more information on CSI, visit www.csinet.org or call 800-689-2900.

The Construction Specifier targets those professionals who select, recommend and influence buying decisions. For more information visit, www.ConstructionSpecifier.com.

CONSTRUCT2010 Official Publication Architect reaches deep into the top architectural firms in the country. Every month, Architect delivers practical advice and actionable insight into the business of architecture. Architecture is a powerful problem-solving medium, but architects also need solutions to their everyday problems in practice. Architect magazine guides, motivates and encourages architects to design great buildings while growing great businesses.

General Information

Official Publication of CSI

For more information and to subscribe, visit www.ArchitectMagazine.com.

Official Sponsor of The TFM Show Today’s Facility Manager is your one-stop source for information on quality operation, design and maintenance of facilities. TFM offers a shared community of facility management experts who explore and analyze issues that affect your facility and its environment. Today’s Facility Manager is a specialized trade publication written and edited for corporate facility executives in all industry and service sectors whose responsibilities include purchasing, planning and approving products, services and materials for facility operations. For more information and to subscribe, visit www.TodaysFacilityManager.com.

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Thank you to our industry publication partners

AEC Daily www. aecdaily.com

American Society of Professional Estimators www. aspenational.org

Architectural Lighting www. archlighting.com

Architectural Roofing and Waterproofing www. arwmag.com

Building Operating Management www. facilities.com/BOM

Health Forum www.healthforum.com

Design Cost Data/DCD www. dcd.com

Eco-structure www. eco-structure.com

Environmental Design+Construction www. edcmag.com

Fabric Architecture www. ifai.com

Insulation Outlook www.insulation.org

Masonry Magazine www. masonrymagazine.com

MetalMag www. metalmag.com

Professional Roofing www. professionalroofing.net

Sustainable Facility www.sustainablefacility.com

Walls and Ceilings www. wconline.com

Architects Newspaper www. archpaper.com

General Information

US Glass www. usglassmag.com

American School & Hospital www.facilitymanagement.com

Metal Architecture www.metalarchitecture.com

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Schedule at a glance Tuesday, May 11 Time

Event

Location

8:00am – 10:00pm

CSI Certification Program Exams $$

Prometric Testing Center   

8:00am – 5:00pm

Certified Institutional Protection Manager Training & Certification Course $$

203B

8:00am – 5:00pm

SSPC C-1: Fundamentals of Protective Coatings for Industrial Structures (separate registration required)

PACC 300

9:00am – 12:00pm

Technical Tour – Exterior Envelope Renovation of Philadelphia City Hall $$

Offsite

1:00pm – 5:00pm

Green Building Products Coalition Meeting (Invitation Only) 

PACC 201B

2:00PM – 5:30pm

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

PACC 200 Level

5:30pm – 7:00pm

CSI President's Reception (This is an invitation only event sponsored by DuPont Building Innovations.)

Offsite

Schedule of Events

Wednesday, May 12

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7:45am – 8:45am

Taking the Next Step: Networking for Career Advancement (For Students and Emerging Professionals)

PACC 303 A/B

8:00am – 9:30am

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

PACC 200 Level

8:00am – 12:00pm

SSPC C-1: Fundamentals of Protective Coatings for Industrial Structures  (separate registration required)

PACC 300

8:30am – 9:30am

CSI Technical Summit (Invitation Only)

PACC 302

9:00am – 11:30am

CSI Leader Lounge Open

PACC 303 A/B

10:00am – 11:30am

Opening General Session and Keynote Bjarke Ingels

Ballroom A

11:30am – 4:00pm

Exhibit Hall Open

Exhibit Hall A

12:30pm – 1:15pm

Getting to the Bottom of Recycled Content, the Standards, the Claim, and the Real Deal Presented by Green Apple Group

Education Pavilion

1:00pm – 2:00pm

CSI/SCIP Alliance Meeting (Invitation Only) 

PACC 302

1:30pm – 2:30pm

Escalator 101 Presented by Kone Escalators/Elevators

Education Pavilion

3:00pm – 3:30pm

GreenFormat-Your Green Product Data Resource - Presented by the GreenFormat Task Team

Education Pavilion

4:00pm – 5:00pm

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

PACC 200 Level

4:30pm – 5:30pm

CSI MasterFormat Sponsors Meeting (Invitation Only)

PACC 302

5:30pm – 7:00pm

Welcome Reception $$

Grand Hall

6:30pm – 8:00pm

CSI College of Fellows Reception (This is an invitation only event sponsored by Marvin Windows & Doors and Super Enterprises.)

PACC Ballroom A Foyer


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Thursday, May 13 Event

Location

7:30am – 9:00am

CSI College of Fellows Annual Business Meeting  (This is an invitation only event sponsored by: Marvin Windows & Doors and Super Enterprises.) 

PACC Ballroom A

8:00am – 9:30am

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

PACC 200 Level

8:00am – 11:30am

CSI Leader Lounge Open

PACC 303 A/B

8:00am – 12:00pm

SSPC C-1: Fundamentals of Protective Coatings for Industrial Structures (separate registration required)

PACC 300

9:00am – 2:30pm

Spouse/Guest Tour to Longwood Gardens $$

Offsite

10:00am – 11:30am

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

PACC 200 Level

11:30am – 4:00pm

Exhibit Hall Open

Exhibit Hall A  

12:00pm – 1:00pm

CSI Foundation Board Meeting (Invitation Only)

PACC 302

12:15pm – 1:15pm

Wireless Solutions for Product Management Presented by Verizon Wireless

Education Pavilion

1:00pm

Student Competition Winners Announced

1:30pm – 2:30pm

New Hand Dryer Technology:Sustainable, Hygienic and Cost Effective Presented by Education Pavilion Dyson Airblade

2:00pm – 3:00pm

CSI Former Presidents Briefing (Invitation Only)

PACC 302

2:00pm – 5:30pm

CSI Region & Chapter President/President-Elect Workshop (Part I)  (sponsored by: DuPont Building Innovations.) 

PACC Ballroom A

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Biopolymers in Interior Protection Products Presented by InPro Corporation

Education Pavilion

4:00pm – 5:00pm

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

PACC 200 Level

5:00pm – 6:30pm

USGBC Member Circle Reception (Invitation Only) For more information, contact membercircles@usgbc.org

Offsite

5:00pm – 6:30pm

CSI Practice Groups Reception (This is an invitation only event. sponsored by ARCAT.)

PACC 304

5:30pm – 6:30pm

CSI Region Caucus Meetings

PACC

7:00pm – 10:00pm

Philadelphia Chapter CSI Event, Fairmount Water Works  $$

Offsite

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

PACC 200 Level

CSI Region & Chapter President/President-Elect Workshop (Part II)  (sponsored by DuPont Building Innovations.) 

PACC Ballroom A

8:00am – 9:30am

Building Product Alliance Advisory Council Meeting (Invitation Only)

PACC 302

8:00am – 10:00am

CSI Leader Lounge Open

PACC 303 A/B

8:00am – 12:00pm

SSPC C-1: Fundamentals of Protective Coatings for Industrial Structures  (separate registration required)

PACC 300

9:00am – 10:00am

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

PACC 200 Level

10:00am – 2:00pm

Exhibit Hall Open

Exhibit Hall A  

11:00am – 11:30am

Masonry Veneer Installation Systems-The Challenge Presented by Laticrete International, Inc.

Education Pavilion

12:30pm – 1:00pm

Masonry Veneer Installation Systems-The Solution Presented by Laticrete International, Inc.

Education Pavilion

2:15pm – 4:00pm

CSI Annual Meeting & Member Forum

PACC 201 B/C

7:00pm – 11:30pm

CSI Honors & Awards Gala $$

PACC Ballroom A

8:00am – 3:00pm

SCIP Meeting 

PACC 303 A/B

9:00am – 12:00pm

Theater Design & Construction Technical Tour $$

Offsite

9:00am – 6:00pm

CSI Board Meeting (Invitation Only)

Marriott Hotel 414/415

CSI Board Meeting

Marriott Hotel 414/415

Friday, May 14 8:00am – 9:00am

Schedule of Events

Time

Saturday, May 15

Sunday, May 16 8:00am – 3:00pm

Subject to change.

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Education, Events, Tours and Times Tuesday, May 11 8:00am – 10:00pm

CSI Certification Program Exams (Separate Advanced Registration and Fee Required) Prometric Testing Center.

8:00am – 5:00pm

Certified Institutional Protection Manager Training & Certification Course $$ The International Foundation for Cultural Property Protection’s Certified Institutional Protection Manager (CIPM) program provides the timeliest information for facilities managers and others that are responsible for the security & safety of institutions of all size & scope. A must for those charged with protecting facilities, staff, visitors, and assets.

Schedule of Events

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9:00am – 12:00pm

Technical Tour – Exterior Envelope Renovation of Philadelphia City Hall $$ 2 AIA/CES LUs Philadelphia’s City Hall is recognized nationally as an extraordinary piece of Victorian architecture, but it is also important locally to the citizens of Philadelphia as the symbolic and physical center at the crossroads of their city.

2:00pm – 5:30pm

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

Wednesday, May 12th 7:45am – 8:45am

Taking the Next Step: Networking for Career Advancement (For Students and Emerging Professionals) Co-hosted by the CSI Academic Programs Committee and Emerging Professionals Task Team. Students, Emerging Professionals, Educators and Fellows are encouraged to attend this event in which the importance of networking will be explored through interactive activities among attendees.

8:00am – 9:30am

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

8:00am – 5:00pm

Bookstore

10:00am – 11:30am

Opening General Session and Keynote Address by Bjarke Ingels

11:30am – 4:00pm

Exhibit Hall Open


12:30pm – 1:15pm

Getting to the Bottom of Recycled Content, the Standards, the Claim, and the Real Deal Education Pavilion Presenter: Paul Nutcher Presented by: Green Apple Group Discussion will cover post-consumer vs. pre-consumer recycled content; whether a SCM (fly ash) is post-consumer or pre-consumer; why most architectural glass contains virtually zero recycled content. Overall, the presentation will help manufacturers/product reps and specifiers determine whether or not a product or assembly claiming recycled content can be included in the LEED calculation or other platforms for environmental declarations. Escalator 101 Education Pavilion Presented by: Kone, Inc. A wide variety of topics will be covered including: basic design and building interface concepts, a review of the major component systems which all escalators are built around, the key criteria to consider when trying to match specific escalator features to different types of operating environments, and what options are presently available in the industry when old escalators need to be replaced.

3:00pm – 3:30pm

GreenFormat – Your Green Product Data Resource Education Pavilion Presented by: GreenFormat Task Team Members Attend this 30-minute session to learn about CSI’s GreenFormat – the efficient searching and objective ”green” product data source for commercial construction.

4:00pm – 5:30pm

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

5:30pm – 7:00pm

Welcome Reception $$ Grand Hall Everyone is welcome to attend this festive event for food, drink, networking, laughter and entertainment. Tickets can be purchased online through registration.

Thursday, May 13th 8:00am – 9:30am

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

8:00am – 5:00pm

Bookstore

9:00am – 2:30pm

Spouse/Guest Tour to Longwood Gardens $$

10:00am – 11:30am

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

11:30am – 4:00pm

Exhibit Hall Open

12:15pm – 1:15pm

Wireless Solutions for Project Management Presenter: Lisa Kelly Presented by: Verizon Wireless Our industry-specific solutions are designed to help your business solve challenges in the field, on the production line, at a customer site, on the retail floor, or en route to make a customer delivery as a way to improve business efficiency and gain profitability. Implement a cost-effective wireless solutions package to streamline customerrelationship and supply-chain management, inventory control, security, maintenance, and more. Maintain an edge by staying on top of the latest trends, retail and wholesale merchandise costs, and ever-changing customer expectations with streamlined communication. Minimize downtime; improve labor and materials cost-management.

Schedule of Events

1:30pm – 2:30pm

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Education, Events, Tours and Times (cont’d) Thursday, May 13th (cont’d) 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Schedule of Events

New Hand Dryer Technology: Sustainable, Hygienic and Cost Effective Education Pavilion Presenter: Matthew Cool Presented by: Dyson Airblade Delivering more than a new experience of drying hands effectively and an evolved image for the washroom, a new hand dryer technology lowers paper waste, conserves energy and reduces a building’s carbon footprint. This course lists the key characteristics and benefits of different hand drying methods and identifies the sustainability and financial cost issues associated with commercial hand dryers. In addition, it names the LEED® categories where new energy efficient hand dryers can contribute points.

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Biopolymers in Interior Protection Products Presenter: Evan G. Bane, CSI, CDT Director of Market Development Presented by: InPro Corporation Since 2001, InPro has led Div. 10 companies as an innovator in sustainable materials and other non-PVC alternatives. BuildingGreen recognized InPro’s leadership with its prestigious Top 10 award in 2003 for its launch of the EnviroGT™ line of HDPE and FSC wood in interior protection. InPro’s launch of PETG wall cladding in 2007 again scooped the industry in non-PVC materials. In this session, you’ll learn about the development of biopolymers, and how InPro has successfully married these rapidly renewable resources to high-impact door and wall protection products.

4:00pm – 5:00pm

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

7:00pm – 10:00pm

Philadelphia Chapter CSI Event, Fairmount Water Works $$ Come join the CSI Philadelphia Chapter for an enthralling evening at The Fairmount Water Works, the key international tourist destination of the 1800s.

Friday, May 14th

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8:00am – 2:00pm

Bookstore

8:00am – 9:00am

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

9:30am – 10:30am

CONSTRUCT & The TFM Show Education Sessions

10:00am – 2:00pm

Exhibit Hall Open

11:00am – 11:30am

Masonry Veneer Installation Systems – “The Challenge” Presented by: Laticrete International, Inc. The explosive increase in popularity of adhered manufactured stone masonry veneer facades has created a need for higher performance, factory produced installation materials to assure consistently high quality installations. Up to now, the installation of manufactured stone masonry veneer has required the use of site-mixed Type S mortars – materials that are subject to large variations in consistency, quality and performance. Many projects have been plagued by delaminating stone and water intrusion. This traditional method is not engineered as part of a complete wall system and therefore does not offer system warranties.


Masonry Veneer Installation Systems – “The Solution” Presented by: Laticrete International, Inc. Realizing these shortcomings, and based on our globally proven technology, LATICRETE has developed an installation system that provides a permanent, high strength installation that is freeze/thaw stable and protected from water intrusion. Backed by the LATICRETE® System Warranty, the LATICRETE Masonry Veneer Installation System (MVIS™) allows for increased productivity utilizing either traditional masonry installation techniques or the “tile setter’s” method. Vastly expanded architectural details are offered at www.laticrete.com/MVIS to help design professionals, contractors and installers understand the range of possible applications – and appropriate products and techniques.

2:15pm – 4:00pm

CSI Annual Meeting & Member Forum All members are invited to attend the Construction Specifications Institute’s Annual Meeting (only voting members will be allowed to vote). The “State of the Institute” will be presented, along with the financial report and several prestigious member and chapter awards. The Member Forum is a chance for all CSI members to address the CSI leadership.

7:00pm – 11:30pm

CSI Honors & Awards Gala $$ Spend the evening recognizing the best of CSI! All attendees are invited to the reception in honor of the awards winners and new Fellows. The evening’s festivities will include the bestowal between several Institute awards including: • Andrew J. Drozda Memorial Academic Affairs Commendation • Ben John Small Memorial Award • Dale C. Moll Memorial Quality Management Award • Distinguished Service Award • Hans William Meier Award • J. Norman Hunter Memorial Award • Robert P. Brosseau Memorial Award • President’s Plaques • Fellowship

The highlight of the evening will be an address by Dennis J. Hall, FCSI, CCS, CCCA, FAIA, SCIP of the Charlotte Chapter CSI. President-elect Hall will share his vision for the future of CSI and his initiatives for the coming year.

Schedule of Events

12:30pm – 1:00pm

Saturday, May 15th 9:00am – 12:00pm

Theater Design & Construction Technical Tour $$ On this tour, we will see the evolution of theater design and construction from the 19th Century, as exhibited in the Academy of Music, to the recently completed Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.

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Spouse and guest program The spouse and guest program includes organized tours and options for tours on your own.

Schedule of Events

Longwood Gardens – Organized Spouse/Guest Tour Thursday, May 13, 2010 | 9:00am – 2:30pm | $60 per person (Additional tickets available at Registration) | www.longwoodgardens.com Longwood Gardens is the premier horticultural showplace. Fee includes unparalleled access to the gardens, conservatories, Peirce-duPont House, and fountains, with transportation from the Convention Center, and back, plus lunch in the Café. In 1906, Pierre S. duPont purchased the Peirce Arboretum to save its trees from being cut for lumber. Over the next nearly half century, Mr. duPont developed Longwood Gardens into what it is today, a magnificent horticultural showplace.

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Emerging professional and student programs

A full curriculum of events is planned for CONSTRUCT2010 & The CSI Annual Convention in Philadelphia. Emerging professionals and students are encouraged to take advantage of a diverse array of education sessions from industry professionals, mentoring from members of CSI’s College of Fellows, excellent networking opportunities, and walk the exhibit hall to see the latest innovations in building products and technology. The entries will be displayed at the event and the winners of the Student Design Competition will be announced at 1pm on Thursday.

Schedule of Events

CONSTRUCT2010 and The Total Facility Management Show offer the Emerging Professional and the Student opportunities to grow your career. Education classes, events and networking options provide access to the industry support you need to build your future.

CSI’s Emerging Professional Program What’s a CSI Emerging Professional?

• Has entered the design & construction industry in the past 5 years • Is interested in career advancement though networking, continuing education & leadership

For more information about the CSI Emerging Professional Program visit CSI at www.csinet.org/empro.

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wELCOME TO THE 54TH CSI Annual cONVENTION CSI has the education, certification, and technology you need to solve daily challenges faced by construction industry professionals.

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CSI is a national association dedicated to creating standards and formats to improve construction documents and project delivery. The organization is unique in the industry in that its members are a cross-section of specifiers, architects, engineers, contractors and building materials suppliers.

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CSI is renowned in the industry for its rigorous certification programs for professionals seeking to improve their knowledge of accurate and concise construction documents. CSI provides continuing education, professional conferences and product shows.


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CSI members receive Association Discount Pricing

Tuesday, May 11 8:00am – 10:00pm

CSI Certification Program Exam | Prometric Testing Center Separate Advanced Registration and Fee Required. For full program details and to register, visit www.csinet.org/certification.

9:00am – 12:00pm

Technical Tour-Exterior Envelope Renovation of Philadelphia City Hall................................................. $35

5:30pm – 7:00pm

President’s Reception*

Sponsored by: DuPont

Wednesday, May 12th Taking the Next Step: Networking for Career Advancement (For Students and Emerging Professionals) | PACC 303 A/B

8:30am – 9:30am

CSI Technical Summit* | PACC Room 302

9:00am – 11:30am

CSI Leader Lounge Open | PACC 303 A/B

10:00am – 11:30am

Opening General Session and Keynote Address by Bjarke Ingels

1:00pm – 2:00pm

CSI/SCIP Alliance Meeting* | PACC Room 302

4:30pm – 5:30pm

CSI MasterFormat Sponsors Meeting* | PACC Room 302

6:30pm – 8:00pm

CSI College of Fellows Reception* Sponsored by: Marvin Windows and Doors and Super Enterprises | PACC Ballroom Foyer

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7:45am – 8:45am

Thursday, May 13th 7:30am – 9:00am

CSI College of Fellows Annual Business Meeting* PACC Ballroom A

Sponsored by: Marvin Windows and Doors and Super Enterprises

8:00am – 11:30am

CSI Leader Lounge Open | PACC 303 A/B

12:00pm – 1:00pm

CSI Foundation Board Meeting* | PACC Room 302

2:00pm – 3:00pm

CSI Former Presidents Briefing* | PACC Room 302

2:00pm – 5:30pm

CSI Region & Chapter President/President-Elect Workshop (Part I) | PACC Ballroom A Sponsored by: DuPont Building Innovations

5:00pm – 6:30pm

CSI Practice Groups Reception* | PACC 304

Sponsored by: ARCAT

5:30pm – 6:30pm

Region Caucus Meetings | PACC

7:00pm – 10:00pm

Fairmount Water Works Hosted by the Philadelphia Chapter CSI........................................... $25

Friday, May 14th 7:30am – 11:00am

CSI Region & Chapter President/President-Elect Workshop (Part II) | PACC Ballroom A Sponsored by: DuPont Building Innovations

8:00am – 9:30am

Building Product Alliance Advisory Council Meeting* PACC-Room 302

8:00am – 10:00am

CSI Leader Lounge Open | PACC 303 A/B

2:15pm – 4:00pm

CSI Annual Meeting & Member Forum

7:00pm – 11:30pm

CSI Honors & Awards Gala | PACC Ballroom A.........................$95 *Invitation Only

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2009-2010 CSI Board

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Officers

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President Michael M. Davis, FCSI, CDT

President elect Dennis J Hall FCSI, CCS, CCCA, FAIA, SCIP

Vice President Gregory J. Markling, FCSI, CCS, CCCA, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB

Vice President Lane J. Beougher FCSI, CCS, CCCA AIA, LEED AP

Vice President Gregory W. Sprinkel, FCSI, CDT

Secretary Sheryl L. Dodd-Hansen, FCSI, CCS, CCCA

Treasurer Ellen Kay Crews, FCSI, CCS, CCCA

Immediate Past President Gilman K. M. Hu, FCSI, Member Emeritus, AIA

Executive Director/ CEO Walter T. Marlowe PE, CSI, CAE

Director, Gulf States Region M. Keith West, CSI, CCPR

Director, Gulf States Region Robert B. Swan, CSI, CCS, CCCA, AIA

Director, Southwest Region Cornelius H. Davison, Jr., CSI, CCS, CCCA, AIA

Director, Great Lakes Region David G. Dixon, CSI, CCPR, CCCA, RRC, RRO

Director, North Central Region J. Gerard Capell, CSI, CCS

Director, North Central Region John M. Griffith II, CSI

Director, South Central Region Robert M. Olson, CSI, CDT

Director, Northwest Region Robert W. Simmons, FCSI, CCPR

Director, Northeast Region Scott Tobias, CSI, CDT, AHC, LEED AP

Director, Northeast region Howard A. Levine, FCSI, CDT

Director, Middle Atlantic Region Mitch A. Miller, CSI, CCS, AIA

Director, Southeast Region George Wade Bevier, CSI, CCS, LEED AP, SCIP

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CSI - Solutions that Work on the Job CSI Booth............................................. 535 The CSI Booth is the hub of activity on the exhibit hall floor. It is the place to network, get answers, and learn about CSI products and services from a great team of CSI leaders, volunteers, and staff. While at the CSI booth, ask for a demonstration of GreenFormat™ – CSI’s new web-based format – or take in our education offerings below. CSI Technical Summit

Wednesday.................................................. 8:00am – 5:00pm Thursday...................................................... 8:00am – 5:00pm Friday........................................................... 8:00am – 2:00pm

Wednesday, May 12.....................................8:30am – 9:30am PACC Room 302 Review of Technical Programs with members of CSI’s Technical Committee and task team members.

PACC Registration Bridge Find more work solutions at the CSI bookstore with its diverse inventory of books and training materials for the commercial building industry. Don’t miss this opportunity to find the latest information and materials for your success! Stop by on Friday morning 10-11am when Dennis J. Hall, FAIA, FCSI and Nina M. Giglio, Assoc., AIA, CSI will be on hand to sign copies of their new book, “Architectural Graphic Standards for Residential Construction, 2nd Edition,” the must-have resource devoted exclusively to standards of residential projects.

CSI Voting Member Check-in desk Wednesday, May 12.................................... 7:00am – 5:00pm Thursday, May 13........................................ 7:00am – 5:00pm Friday, May 14........................................... 7:30am – 12:00pm PACC Registration Bridge CSI members in good standing who wish to participate in Friday’s Annual Meeting must check-in at the Annual Business Meeting Committee booth by 12pm on Friday to confirm their eligibility and obtain their Voting Member ribbon.

Taking the Next Step: Networking for Career Advancement (For Students and Emerging Professionals) Wednesday, May 12.....................................7:45am – 8:45am PACC 303 A/B Co-hosted by the CSI Academic Programs Committee and Emerging Professionals Task Team. Students, Emerging Professionals, Educators and Fellows are encouraged to attend this event exploring the importance of networking through interactive activities. Make new industry contacts, prepare to enter the workforce, and further your career. Mentor partnerships will be established between students, emerging professionals and CSI Fellows.

CSI Leader Lounge Wednesday, May 12...................................9:00am – 11:30am Thursday, May 13.......................................8:00am – 11:30am Friday, May 14............................................8:00am – 10:00am PACC 303 A/B You are cordially invited to the 3rd Annual CSI Leader Lounge! This is a place for CSI chapter, region, and national leaders to informally meet and share different strategies that have helped in their leadership role. Connections with other leaders from across the country provide a wonderful network of colleagues to contact for advice or to be a sounding board for new ideas.

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CSI Bookstore

Leader Idea Exchange: Leaders are encouraged to share their best ideas and post them on two Leader Lounge displays. After the convention, the ideas will be compiled and distributed to all participants. [Programs – Leaders bring a description of their favorite and/or most successful CSI program or event; Membership – Leaders bring a description of their best membership recruitment and/or retention tips and stories.]

CSI/SCIP Alliance Meeting (invitation only) Wednesday, May 12.................................... 1:00pm – 2:00pm PACC Room 302

CSI MASTERFORMAT Sponsors Meeting (invitation only) Wednesday, May 12.................................... 4:30pm – 5:30pm PACC Room 302

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CSI - Solutions that Work on the Job (cont’d) CSI College of Fellows Events

CSI Region Caucuses

CSI College of Fellows Reception (CSI Fellows & their guests only) Wednesday, May 12.................................... 6:30pm – 8:00pm PACC Ballroom Foyer Members of the College of Fellows are invited to the reception to meet with old friends and network with the incoming Class of Fellows. Business of the College will be conducted at the Thursday morning session.

Thursday, May 13........................................ 5:30pm – 6:30pm Attend your region’s caucus to meet your local leadership and find out about local industry issues and CSI activities. yy GL Region Caucus PACC 204A yy GS Region Caucus PACC 204B yy MA Region Caucus PACC 203A yy NC Region Caucus PACC 203B yy NE Region Caucus PACC 202B yy NW Region Caucus PACC 202A yy SC Region Caucus PACC 201C yy SE Region Caucus PACC 201B yy SW Region Caucus PACC 201A yy WE Region Caucus PACC 302

CSI College of Fellows Annual Business Meeting (invitation only) Thursday, May 13.........................................7:30am – 9:00am PACC Ballroom A

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CSI Foundation Board Meeting (invitation only) Thursday, May 13...................................... 12:00pm – 1:00pm PACC Room 302

CSI Fomer President’s Briefing (invitation only) Thursday, May 13........................................ 2:00pm – 3:00pm PACC Room 302

CSI Chapter/Region President/President Elect Seminar Thursday, May 13 ..................................... 2:00pm – 5:30pm Friday, May 14............................................7:30am – 11:00am PACC Ballroom A The workshop, for incoming FY2011 Region and Chapter Presidents/Presidents-elects, will provide important “best practices” information for success as a chapter president. Attendees will receive a new “Chapter Resource Manual (CRM)” publication as part of the seminar material.

CSI New Fellows Rehearsal (invitation only) Thursday, May 13........................................ 4:15pm – 5:00pm PACC 302

CSI Practice Groups Reception (open to all CSI Practice Group members) Thursday, May 13........................................ 5:00pm – 6:30pm PACC 304

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CSI Building Product Manufacturers Alliance Meeting (invitation only) Friday, May 14..............................................8:00am – 9:30am PACC Room 302

CSI Annual Meeting & Member Forum Friday, May 14............................................ 2:15pm – 4:00pm PACC 201 B/C All members are invited to attend the Construction Specifications Institute’s Annual Meeting (only Voting Members will be allowed to vote). The “State of the Institute” will be presented, along with the financial report and several prestigious member and chapter awards. The Member Forum is a chance for all CSI members to address the CSI leadership. Come and provide your insight to the CSI Board on the future of the industry and CSI. All attendees are invited to stay for the Member Forum immediately following the Annual Meeting. The forum provides an opportunity for members to share their thoughts and visions for the future of CSI with fellow members and the CSI Board.

CSI Honors & Awards Gala* Friday, May 14............................Reception 7:00pm – 7:30pm Dinner 7:30pm PACC Ballroom A *Tickets can be purchased at registration while available. Join us as at this black-tie event as we celebrate CSI and honor the top contributors to our membership and the industry. This year’s gala will include the bestowal of a number of prestigious awards and induction of the 2010 Class of Fellows. The highlight of the evening will be an address by Dennis J. Hall, FCSI, CCS, CCCA, FAIA, SCIP of the Charlotte Chapter CSI. It is here that President-elect Hall will share his vision for the future of CSI and his initiatives for the coming year.


CSI has the education, certification, and technology you need to solve daily challenges faced by construction industry professionals.

Education Resources

CSI WebReach Program (New!)

CSI provides the training and education you need to do your job better. For more information our diverse educational offerings, please visit www.csinet.org/education.

Not sure how to reach new potential customers? Consider participating in CSI’s new WebReach Program. As a CSI WebReach sponsor you give attendees nationwide the opportunity to participate in a completely FREE educational program without the hassles of traveling; virtually expanding the reach and lifespan of your lunch and learn programs. CSI promotes the program, registers the attendees and facilitates continuing education credits with CSI, AIA and USGBC all while providing sponsors with genuine sales leads via attendee lists. For more information about the CSI WebReach program contact jspiler@csinet.org. Become a CSI WebReach sponsor today!

CSI Academies Save the date for the CSI Academies February 24-26, 2011 in Dallas, TX! Comprised of three rigorous educational tracks on Construction Specifications, Contract Administration, and Product Representation. The CSI Academies is the only forum in the industry that connects construction professionals for the opportunity to have open and frank discussions about project delivery and the latest technological advances in specifications, contract administration, and product representation.

CSI’s CEN Provider Program is an online system with customized transcript options, comprehensive CSI CEU management functions and a searchable education program database that makes it easy to manage your continuing education. CSI CEN maintains high-quality education standards set by states, licensing boards and accreditation agencies. To learn about CSI’s CEN Provider Program and how to reach the entire building industry, visit booth #733 or www.csinet.org/cen.

Live and On-Demand Webinars These 90-minute interactive education programs provide convenient, quality learning at an affordable price. You’ll be able to see materials, hear an instructor and ask questions in real time. Participants are charged by site so your entire team can participate for one fee! Can’t make it to one of our live events? Check out our on-demand offerings. For a complete listing of CSI webinars: www.csinet.org/ondemandwebinars and www.csinet.org/webinar

Speaker Database CSI’s Speaker Database offers information about speakers who have appeared at CSI national and chapter events and the topics covered. Contact a speaker directly for additional information, including details about the speaker’s schedule, fees, and travel arrangements. For more information: www. csinet.org/speakerdatabase

Demonstrate professional commitment, credibility and reliability to employers, colleagues and clients! Earn a CSI designation! Bottom line – CSI credentials give you, as well as your firm, recognition in a highly competitive market. It’s an affordable professional development program for firms that see the value in developing staff resources. In today’s increasingly competitive environment, you need to stand apart from your competition. Achieve CSI’s designations! Construction Documents Technologist (CDT) certificate, Certified Construction Specifier (CCS) certification, Certified Construction Contract Administrator (CCCA) certification, and Certified Construct Product Representative (CCPR) certification. The next testing window is September 20-25, 2010. Early registration deadline is July 20 and final registration deadline is August 20. Additional information at: www.csinet.org/ certification.

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Construction Education Network (CEN) Provider Program

CDT and Certification Resources

CSI Certificant Directory (New!) CSI has created an online directory of professionals with one or more CSI designations. The directory is available to the public and is actively promoted as a resource for individuals seeking certified experts for business contact purposes. The Certificant Directory can be accessed at www.csinet.org/ certified

Online CDT Prep Course The CDT Prep Course lays the groundwork for understanding the development of facilities through construction documentation. Learn more, or register now at www.csinet. org/education. yy Learn at your own pace in 11 on-demand sessions yy Live, webinar-based study sessions complement education sessions yy Earn AIA LUs and CSI CEN CEUs

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CSI - Solutions that Work on the Job (cont’d) Technical Standard & Format Resources

OmniClass

The Construction Specifications Institute plays a key role in facilitating communications among design/construction/ product manufacturing professionals. Every construction professional benefits from CSI standards, formats, and other initiatives, because they help everyone speak the same language. It is vital that everyone understand one another in this increasingly multidisciplinary, interdependent and technology-driven industry. Visit CSI booth #535 to learn more.

OmniClass™ consists of 15 tables, each representing a different facet of construction information, providing an extensible framework for organizing and analyzing a wide variety of construction information. OmniClass is a key component of the National Building Information Model Standard, and incorporates both UniFormat and MasterFormat. New versions of many of the tables are being prepared now and will be available soon. Download the tables or learn more at www.omniclass.org.

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CSI’s GreenFormat is an online resource where manufacturers can self-report the sustainable attributes of products. Designers, specifiers and construction professionals can find product information that is organized by MasterFormat to align with project specifications. The primary goals of GreenFormat include: yy reducing “greenwashing” and making it easier for construction professionals to select sustainable products that are fundamental for green projects; yy eliminating the need for designers to develop proprietary questionnaires to gather the sustainable product information needed for green projects; yy minimizing the demand on product representatives to respond to numerous inquiries about their product’s environmental performance by simply referencing their GreenFormat listings; and yy reducing the time spent searching manufacturer websites for sustainable product information. Visit CSI booth #535 or check out www.greenformat.com for one of our free GreenFormat webinars.

The CSI Practice Guides will be a new library of comprehensive references for the construction professional, designed to provide specific knowledge and best practices for the documentation, administration, and successful delivery of construction projects. The first titles in the series – Project Delivery, Specifications, and Contract Administration – will start to be available next year. Additional books in the series covering Product Representation, Sustainability and Facility Management will follow.

Preliminary Project Description (PPD) Format (New!) PPD Format provides a standardized organizational structure for the contents of Preliminary Project Descriptions, early design narratives that provide a basis for documenting design decisions and establishing a physical description of the facility’s functional elements. PPD Format will be available along with the updated UniFormat, in May 2010. Obtain a copy at www.csinet.org/ppdformat.

Terminology Project

For more than 40 years, MasterFormat has standardized construction information in project manuals. Using a hierarchy of divisions and sections, MasterFormat minimizes confusion and miscommunication, leading to fewer costly delays, errors, and omissions. A 2010 Update with revisions and additions to the 2004 Edition is being released now. See what has been revised and access the standard at www. masterformat.com.

CSI is working on an international construction dictionary system in conjunction with buildingSMART, other international construction information organizations and with support from the National Center for Energy Management and Building Technologies (NCEMBT). The International Framework for Dictionaries Library (IFD) the platform for making the terminology available online will incorporate OmniClass, and definitions from dozens of construction industry sources to support improved interoperability and collaboration. More information is available at www.csinet.org/ifd.

National CAD Standard (NCS)

UniFormat

NCS Version 4.0, is an industry consensus standard of guidelines and tools developed in conjunction with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the National Institute of Building Science (NIBS) to help uniformly organize and present facility drawings. The only comprehensive standard for facility planning, design, construction and operation drawings, the NCS is also an essential part of the National BIM Standard.

A revised edition of UniFormat, commonly used for organizing cost estimates, preliminary project descriptions, and performance specifications, provides a uniform classification system for organizing construction information, based around functional elements, is under development. The new edition will be released in May 2010. Obtain a copy at www.csinet.org/uniformat.


the Csi community Providing solutions through networking and communications.

CSI Practice Groups

Product Representation Practice Group

The Practice Groups hold monthly virtual meetings conducted by webinar to explore emerging and ongoing topics that affect how we practice our crafts. Each meeting lasts approximately one hour and discussion among participants is encouraged. The practice groups are free and CSI membership is not required. Visit www.csinet.org/ community to join today!

CSI’s Product Representation Practice Group focuses on issues facing anyone affected by product representation. Meetings are held monthly and topics include: how technology is changing the way products are found and incorporated into a project; the disconnect between manufacturers and construction process and requirements; bid-shopping by General Contractors; and best practices for communicating about products, and trends in construction that affect materials.

BIM Practice Group

Sustainability Practice Group Focuses on communicating sustainability goals and best practices through construction documentation. Topics have included: accurately and effectively communicating the sustainable attributes of products; writing specs that accomplish LEED-related goals; and the how and why of Environmental Product Declarations.

Contract Administration Practice Group Focuses on issues facing anyone involved in contract administration. With the emergence of BIM and Sustainability and the corresponding changes required in contracts and delivery methods to support these new requirements, how we administer and manage projects needs to adapt. This group will explore and discuss these and other issues leading to best practices of project administration.

Emerging Professionals Practice Group CSI defines emerging professionals as individuals who have entered the design and construction industry in the past five years, and who are interested in career advancement though networking, continuing education, and leadership. Meetings of this group focus on the skills and information emerging professionals need to get ahead in the construction community.

Specifying Practice Group CSI’s Specifying Practice Group focuses on issues facing anyone reading or writing construction specifications. With meeting held monthly, topics include: how technology influences content, production and delivery; disasters and responses to practical experience; tools, techniques, and tips worth sharing; what drives product selection, exactly; exponential marketplace advancements; and earning to forget what no longer applies etc.

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Focuses on issues related to managing information in BIM. Meetings generally include demonstrations of the innovative ways firms are meeting the challenges BIM has created as it continues to grow in acceptance and use. The role of CSI and its standards and formats in integrating construction documentation into the BIM world and the changing ways we practice are explored and discussed.

Blogging or about your CONSTRUCT2010 & CSI Annual Convention experience? Tell CSI Web Community Manager Joy Davis at jdavis@ csinet.org or on twitter @CSIConstruction. We could use your comments in our show coverage!

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CSI Honors & awards Celebrate the best Congratulations to the following individuals, chapters, and firms for their outstanding achievements. The following awards will be presented at the CSI Annual Meeting, Friday, May 14, 2:15pm.

Outstanding Chapter Commendations

Environmental Stewardship Award

Presented to a chapter that meets designated core and elective criteria.

Presented for demonstrating environmental stewardship by: promoting environmental awareness in the construction industry; practicing sustainable design; or educating others in the advantages of designing for sustainability. 2010 recipients: DesignGroup and The University of Memphis Department of Architecture, CSI-S Chapter/TERRA House

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Akron-Canton Chapter Albuquerque Chapter Baltimore Chapter Birmingham Chapter Central Pennsylvania Chapter Charleston Chapter Charlotte Chapter Chattanooga Chapter Chicago Chapter Columbus Chapter Dallas Chapter Fort Worth Chapter Grand Rapids Chapter Houston Chapter Indianapolis Chapter Kansas City Chapter Little Rock Chapter

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Los Angeles Chapter Louisville Chapter Maine Chapter Memphis Chapter Metropolitan Detroit Chapter Milwaukee Chapter Minneapolis-St. Paul Chapter Mt. Rainier Chapter Nashville Chapter Phoenix Chapter Pittsburgh Chapter Puget Sound Chapter Redwood Empire Chapter Vermont Chapter Willamette Valley Chapter

Chapter Cup Chapter Cups are awarded to the chapters with the largest percentage increase in membership and the largest net increase in membership within the prior calendar year. Congratulations to the Fresno Chapter for winning both Chapter Cup categories!

50th Anniversary Chapters Oklahoma City Chapter Santa Clara Valley Chapter Portland, Oregon Chapter

Excellence in Construction Information Award The Excellence in Construction Information Award was created to recognize excellence, originality or creativity in processes, tools, or documents used in development or construction of the built environment. 2010 recipients: “An Approach to Systems” Produced by Clark Nexsen and Specifiers Property Sets by Mark Kalin, FCSI, CCS, FAIA, LEED AP, SCIP and Bill East, PhD, PE

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Construction Technology Award Presented for development or use of new materials, methods, technology or project delivery systems; or development or use of existing materials, methods or technology in a new or innovative manner. 2010 recipient: Jeffrey Snyder, CSI, CCPR

Student Liaison Award Presented for preparing students of construction-related curricula to make a difference in the construction community. 2010 recipients: Kris S. Benton, CSI and Dean Bortz, CSI, CDT

Service Commendation Presented for significant contributions to the technical or educational programs or goals of the Institute. 2010 recipient: Bryan Varner, CSI, CCCA, LEED AP

Technical Document Citation Presented for a single outstanding accomplishment in technical writing other than project specifications. 2010 recipient: Robert Kleinpeter, RA, CSI, CCS

Continuing Publication Commendations Presented for a continuing publication of interest to or related to CSI. 2010 recipients: yy Kirk Paisley, CSI, Memphis Chapter, CDT, LEED AP BD+C yy “The Predicator” yy “Rapid River Rambling” yy Stacy Flick Colbaugh, CSI, CDT yy Karen Collins, MBA, CSI, CDT


Special Publication Commendations Presented for a non-continuing publication that is of interest to or related to CSI. 2010 recipients: yy Grand Rapids Chapter’s 2009 Construction & Design Expo yy Honolulu Chapter’s “Hawaii Building Products Directory” yy Pam Davidson, CSI and the Memphis Chapter

Electronic Publication Commendations Presented for a continuing or single special electronic publication related to the design and construction industry or to the activities of CSI. 2010 recipients: yy Chicago Chapter Communications Committee for www. csichicago.org yy Scott G. Guidry, CSI for www.csimemphis.org yy Albuquerque Chapter Website, www.csiabq.org

Dale C. Moll Student Activity Fund Award

Certificates of Merit and Appreciation Presented to retiring Board members in recognition of their continuous service. 2010 recipients: yy George Wade Bevier, CSI, CCS, LEED AP, SCIP, Southeast Region Director July 2007-June 2010 yy Ellen Kay Crews, FCSI, CCS, CCCA, Treasurer July 2008June 2010 yy John M. Griffith, II, CSI, North Central Region Director July 2007-June 2010 yy Gilman K. M. Hu, FCSI, Member Emeritus, AIA, Presidentelect July 2007-June 2008, President July 2008-June 2009, Immediate Past President July 2009-June 2010 yy Duane Michael Johnson, FCSI, CDT, West Region Director July 2007-June 2010 yy Gregory J. Markling, FCSI, CCS, CCCA, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB, Vice President Professional July 2008-June 2010 yy Gregory W. Sprinkel, FCSI, CDT, Vice President Industry July 2008-June 2010 yy Keith West, CSI, CCPR, Gulf States Region Director July 2007-June 2010

Distinguished Service Award One of the highest forms of Institute recognition, presented to an individual who has rendered distinguished service in the advancement of the Institute’s mission or in its administration. 2010 recipient: Paul Bertram, Jr., FCSI, CDT, LEED AP

Ben John Small Memorial Award Presented to a Professional Member and Certified Construction Specifier who has attained special proficiency and outstanding stature as a specifications writer. 2010 recipient: John Guill, CSI, CCS, CCCA, AIA

Hans William Meier Award Presented for exceptional commitment to CSI’s certification programs through the recognition of their value by advocating, implementing, educating, developing, utilizing and otherwise supporting the programs. 2010 recipients: SpecGuy and Robert Teller, FCSI, CCS, CCCA, LEED AP

Robert P. Brosseau Memorial Award Presented to an Industry or Associate member who has rendered outstanding service to further the mission and programs of the Institute. 2010 recipient: R. Michelle Christen, FCSI, CCCA

csi INFORMATION

The Dale C. Moll Student Activity Fund promotes awareness of CSI to students in construction related educational programs. 2010 recipient: Teresa K. Chan, CSI-S; James J. Doerfler, CSI - Sponsoring Faculty Member

The following awards will be presented at the CSI Honors & Awards Gala, Friday, May 14.

Andrew J. Drozda Memorial Academic Affairs Commendation Presented for significant contributions to enhance the image and recognition of CSI, with one or more educational institutions offering construction-related curricula. 2010 recipient: Thad Goodman, CSI

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CSI Honors & awards Celebrate the best (cont’d) J. Norman Hunter Memorial Award Presented for attaining special advancement in the field of education or the establishment of educational facilities in specifications writing. 2010 recipient: Nina Giglio, CSI, CCS, Assoc. AIA, SCIP

csi infoRMATION

2010 Class of Fellows Fellowship is one of the highest honors given by the Institute. Fellows are chosen by peers for their notable contributions to the advancement of construction technology; to the improvement of construction specifications; to education; or by service to the Institute. 2010 Recipients: yy Loren R. Berry, CSI, CDT, AIA yy Kevin D. Corkern, RA, CSI, CCS, CCCA, LEED AP, NCARB yy John M. Griffith, II, CSI yy José A. Guaty, CSI, CDT yy Robert J. Mosblech, CSI, CTC yy Gerard J. Reed, CSI, CCPR

Special thanks to the following committee and task team members for their time and dedication to CSI’s Honors & Awards Program.

Institute Awards Committee yy yy yy yy yy yy

Jonnie Cox, RA, CSI - Chair Marvin Kemp, CSI, CDT, AIA Arlen J. Packard, CSI, CCCA Anne Marie Roeper, CSI, CCPR Jerry A. Putnam, RA, FCSI, CCS, AIA Robert M. Olson, CSI, CDT – Board Liaison

Excellence in Construction Information Task Team yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy

Jerry A. Putnam, RA, FCSI, CCS, AIA - Chair Loren R. Berry, CSI, CDT, AIA Cheryl Crosby, CSI, CCCA John M. Tomaszewski, CSI, AIA John B. Carter, CSI, CDT Lynn A. Javoroski, CSI, CCS, LEED AP, SCIP David A. Stutzman, CSI, CCS, AIA, SCIP David G. Dixon, CSI, CCCA, CCPR, RRC, RRC, RRO – Board Liaison

Jury of Fellows yy yy yy yy yy yy yy

Richard C. Robinson, FCSI, CCS, CCCA, AIA - Chair Gary L. Beimers, FCSI, CDT Catherine D. Guglielmoni, CSI, CCCA Nancy M. Kabza, CSI, Assoc. AIA, SCIP Bob Kenworthy, FCSI, CCS, CCCA John M. Tomaszewski, CSI, AIA Sheryl L. Dodd-Hansen, FCSI, CCS, CCCA – Board Liaison

(CSI) EVENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBERS Ms. Alana Sunness Griffith FCSI, Lifetime Member, CCPR Empirehouse, Inc.

Mr. Scott Tobias CSI, CDT, AHC, ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions

Jim Whitfield FCSI, CCPR, CTC, LEED AP Mer-Krete Systems

To find out more information about CSI, please visit us on the web, www.csinet.org 30


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thank you to our host chapters CSI - Philadelphia Chapter Host Chapter of construct2010

csi infoRMATION

The Philadelphia Chapter, among CSI’s longest standing chapters, was chartered on February 26, 1957 and currently has nearly 150 members representing a cross-section of specifiers, architects, engineers, building product representatives and contractors living and working in the Delaware Valley region of southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and northern Delaware. The chapter provides networking and continuing education opportunities to its members as well as non-members. In addition to its annual golf tournament, CSI Philadelphia holds technical tours, seminars, product displays and CSI certification exam preparation courses. Monthly dinner meetings which include a technical presentation are held at the Independence Holiday Inn, 400 Arch St., steps from Independence National Historical Park, in the city’s Old City section. For more information, visit www.csiphila.org. Thank you to these Chapter Members: yy Alan Anthony, RA, CSI, CCS; Architectural Consultant yy Shelly Beekley, CSI, CCPR, LEED AP; The Sherwin-Williams Company yy Kelly Boyle, CSI; Grace Construction Products yy Nancy K. Brandenburg, CSI, CDT; CUH2A, a Division of HDR yy James Harduk, Jr., CSI; Construction Sales Group yy Steven T, Lawrey, CSI, CCS, CCCA, LEED AP, NCARB, AIA, SCIP; VITETTA yy Edward B. Linaugh, Jr., CSI, FDHI; Mid-Atlantic Agents, Ltd. yy Richard R. Meinzer, CSI, CDT, AIA; Bernardon Haber Holloway Architects PC yy Elizabeth A. Pepin, PE, CSI, CDT; Hilti yy Nancy D. Rackow, CSI; Corbett, Inc. yy Edward J. Retzbach, CSI, CDT; Tremco yy David A. Stutzman, CSI, CCS, LEED AP, AIA, SCIP; Conspectus, Inc. yy Sara Sweeney, RA, CSI, CDT, LEED AP; EcoVision Green Solutions Services, LLC yy Peter Lane Taylor, CSI, CDT; Preserving + Protecting Structures Integrity

Chicago Chapter Welcomes Construct2011 and the csi annual convention! The Chicago Chapter, serving the metropolitan Chicago area, was the second chapter chartered by the Institute, back in 1953. Consistently one of the three largest chapters, its members represent every discipline of the design and construction industry. The Chicago Chapter meets monthly at the prestigious Union League Club and offers multiple educational and technical meeting activities every month. Some of these programs include an Annual Education and Product Show; combined meetings with affiliated organizations such as AIA, ALA and USGBC; and social and membership appreciation events. Nationally recognized for our printed and electronic publications, the Chicago chapter continually strives for content excellence. We have been the host city of the CSI Annual Convention on six prior occasions. The Chicago Chapter looks forward to the opportunity to highlight our architectural community, the City’s sustainable impacts, the uniqueness and diversity of our neighborhoods, the natural beauty of the shoreline, the vibrant nightlife, and the ever growing skyline of a modern Midwest city. We look forward hosting the next CSI Annual Convention and showcasing “My Kind of Town”.

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Education Program The expert-led Education Program features in-depth, practical education designed specifically for the commercial building professional and senior executive facilities manager to attain and maintain certification. Select from over 75 courses offered in lecture, interactive or demonstrative formats. Fulfill your annual continuing education and professional development hours with more than 12 available session hours including 13 courses in sustainable design over four days. Dedicated education hours do not compete with exhibit hall hours. Sessions are identified by tracks to help you when making your selections: •• Building

Education

& Design (Daylighting, Lighting, Color, Building Information Modeling, Materials, Envelope) •• Business (Finance and Management) •• Leadership (Leadership and Management) •• Process (Specifications, Project Delivery, Construction Management, Operations) •• Standards (Code, ASTM, Regulatory, ANSI, Safety) •• Facilities Management •• Stewardship (Green, Energy Efficiency, LEED) Plus! Take advantage of additional training programs being offered in the Education Pavilion located on the exhibit floor. Each technical tour and the general session also provide learning credits. As an Education Program Attendee: To receive credit for educational sessions, you must swipe your Expocard at the entry to each session. You may swipe your card 30 minutes before and up to 15 minutes after each session begins. If you choose to change classes within the first 15 minutes, the last class you attend will be recorded as your session for attendance Additional information is available after the show online at www.CONSTRUCTshow.com or www.TheTFMshow.com. Note: Presentation/Handouts will not be distributed on-site, but are available online for all applicable sessions through June 18, 2010 through the show websites. If you have any questions, please ask a room monitor or come by the Show Office-Room 204C..

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thank you to our speakers Ahoy, Christopher K.

Fuller, Michael

Kohal , Harry

Scarborough, Walter R.

APPA Fellow

AIA, CDT, LEED AP

CSI, SCIP, AIA

Iowa State University

Consultant

Eagle Technology, Inc. and Equipsoft Eagle, LLC

Barrett, James

Geren, Ronald

Langhus, Bruce

Turner Construction Company

Basi, Bart Ph.D.

Goyal, Raj C.

The Center for Financial, Legal & Tax Planning, Inc.

Technoform Bautec NA Inc.

Bates, James (Jeb)

CSI, CDT

Layne , Stevan P.

Schaffer, Dan MBA

Essroc Italcementi Group

CPP, CIPM

Schoenwetter, Charles

Layne Consultants International (LCI)

J.D.

Schwartz, Arthur

Bowman and Brooke LLP

The Construction Specifications Institute

Layng, Karen P. J.D.

CAE

Bertram, Paul

Halverson, Mark

Vedder Price P.C.

National Society of Professional Engineers

Kingspan Insulated Panels, Inc

Black, Marilyn Ph.D.

GREENGUARD Environmental Institute

Education

Grant, Roger

Ph.D.

Odin Oil and Gas

Mitsubishi Electric & Electronics USA, Inc. FCSI, CDT, LEED-AP

Liebing, Ralph W.

P.E. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

RA, CSI, CDT, CPCA, CBO

Hamilton, Lucas

Loe, David

Hixson

BS Physics

CSI

CertainTeed Corporation

Lythic Solutions, Inc.

Markling, Gregory

Snyder, Cady M. CPCU, CRIS, RPLU

Victor O. Schinnerer & Co, Inc.

Spinu, Maria Ph.D., LEED(R) AP

DuPont Building Innovations

Brew, James Scott

Hedley, George

FCSI, AIA, LEED AP

Civil Engineer

FCSI, AIA, CCS, CCCA, LEED AP

Stern, Marcie

Rocky Mountain Institute

Hardhat Presentations

MOA Architecture

MHA

Bulatewicz , Thomas

Hendricks, Charles

McBrien, Chick

CDT, LEED AP, MArch

CDT

The Gaines Group, PLC

Marvin Windows and Doors

AIA

Hodges, Christopher P.

Mercolino, Nancy

Simpson Gumpertz & Heger

P.E., CFM, RRC, LEED AP, IFMA Fellow

Rainmaking Group

Cammalleri, Vince

Cantrell , James Certified Property Manager (CPM)

Cantrell, Harris & Associates

Chambers, Michael

Facility Engineering Associates

Howard, Brok MArch

ARCTURIS

FAIA FCSI CCA

Huserik, Robert

MCA Specifications

CSI, CDT

Conover, David

Hnedak Bobo Group

BSME, MSME

James, Robert J.

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Underwriters Laboratories Inc.

Davis, Joy

Kabza, Philip FCSI, CCS, AIA

CSI, CDT

SpecGuy

The Construction Specifications Institute

Kalin, Mark

Davis, Kirby

Kalin Associates

CSI, CDT, CCTS, LEED AP

Kashiwagi, Dean

LATICRETE International

De Rouin, Michael CSI, CCCA, AIA

FitzGerald Associates Architects

Dixon, David G. CCPR, CCCA, CDT, RRO, RRC

Consultant

Doran, Charles Mediation Works Incorporate

Edgar, John Sto Corp.

Flowers, Joshua

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B. Arch, CCS, CCCA

RLGA Technical Services

HALL | Building Information Group, LLC

FAIA, FCSI, CCS, LEED, SCIP

Ph.D.

Del E Webb School of Construction

Kasimer, Joseph J.D.

Kasimer & Annino, P.C.

Katz, Gerald J.D.

Katz & Stone LLP

Kenworthy, Bob FCSI, CCS, CCCA

Auburn School District #408

CSI, CCCA

Knight, Kevin

Hnedak Bobo Group

Architectural Testing, Inc.

Ceilings Plus

Miller, Dave Messer Construction Company

Miller, Don CDT, CTC

MAPEI Corporation

Muehlbauer, Chuck Marble Institute of America

Munyan, William AIA, CSI, CDT

R&M Group, PLLC

Vocal Consulting

Taylor, David J.D.

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings

Thomas, Richard AIA, NCARB, LEED AP

SHP Leading Design

Thomas, Bryan J.D.

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings

Tobias, Scott AHC, CSI, CDT, LEED AP

ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions

Truelove, Eric B.S.E., P.E., L.A.P., Associate AIA

Nash, William

The Renschler Company

P.E.

Tuffile, Charles

Whitlock Dalrymple Poston & Associates, P.C.

Paradis, Richard PE, BSCP

National Institute of Building Sciences

Pearmain, Douglas CDT

Consultant

Pegues, William C. FCSI, CCS, SCIP

WDG Architecture

Rakatansky, William FAIA, CSI, NCARB, LEED AP

R & M Group-NC, PLLC

Robb, Casey FCSI, CCPR, LEED AP

DuPont Building Innovations

Ph.D.

Engineered Materials Solutions

Vincent, Andy Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Wetherell, Robert CFM, CPP

Pearson

Whitaker, Grady FCSI

Whitaker Architects, P.C.

White, Rick Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies


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Sessions-at-a-glance

Tuesday, May 11 8:00am – 5:00pm Code

Course

Speaker

Price

Track

Room

Stevan P. Layne

$195

FM

203B

Speaker(s)

Track

Credits

Room

Certified Institutional Protection Manager

Education

CTCC

Training & Certification Course (Ticketed EventPurchase through Registration)

Tuesday, May 11 2:00pm – 3:30pm Code

Course

CSI, AIA,

TU03

Working in Virtual Reality

William C. Pegues

BD

TU04

Achieving Integrated Design by 2025

James Scott Brew

BD

TU05

Is the Architect Destined for Irrelevance?

Walter R. Scarborough

TU06

Building a Foundation Today for Tomorrow’s Heightened Security Channels

Rick White

BD

TU07

Achieving High Performance Buildings CostEffectively

Richard Paradis

ST

TU08

Doing Now for What Will Be Needed Then

Ralph W. Liebing

L

Mark Kalin

P

L

CSI, AIA

BD

HSW, SD,

L

CPD CSI, AIA, HSW, SD CSI, AIA CSI, AIA, HSW, CPD CSI, AIA, HSW, SD CSI, AIA

201A 201C 202A 202B 203A 204A

2:00pm – 5:30pm TU09

Building Information Libraries-Part 1 & Specifiers Property Information Exchange-Part 2

CSI, AIA, HSW

204B

4:00pm – 5:30pm TU10

Transitioning from Architectural School into the Profession

Charles Hendricks & Rob Huserik

TU11

Beyond Repair: Historic Window Replacement

Chick McBrien

201A

CSI, AIA, 203A

CPD

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TU12

Integrated Design Can Be Stunning!

Richard Thomas, Andy Vincent & Dave Miller

TU13

Taking Ceilings Off the Grid

Nancy Mercolino

B

CSI, AIA, HSW

BD

TU14

Tips for Writing Effective LEED Specifications

Gregory Markling

S

TU15

An Advanced Financial Guide for Business Owners

Bart Basi, Ph.D.

B

202B 202A

CSI, AIA, HSW, SD CSI, AIA, CPD

201C 204A


Wednesday, May 12 8:00am – 9:30am Code

Course

Speaker(s)

WE01

How To Save Professionals and Increase Their Value and Professionalism

Dean Kashiwagi, Ph.D.

P

WE02

Energy Codes & Standards for Commercial Buildings

David Conover and Mark Halverson

S

WE03

WAAMM™: 5 Steps to Managing Your Work

Marcie Stern

L

WE04

How to Get Paid in Tough Financial Times

Joseph Kasimer, J.D.

B

WE05

Effective Project Leadership

George Hedley

L

WE06

Recasting Your Financial Statement

Bart Basi, Ph.D.

B

WE07

The Evidence and Implication of Peak Oil

Bruce Langhus, Ph.D.

ST

WE08

The Reality of the Construction Process

Harry Kohal & William Pegues

P

WE09

Protecting the Health & Well Being of Building Occupants with GREEN Building Procedures

Marilyn Black, Ph.D.

Track

Credits CSI, AIA, CPD CSI, AIA, HSW, CPD CSI, AIA, CPD CSI, AIA CSI, AIA, CPD CSI, AIA CSI, AIA, HSW, SD

Room 201A 201B 201C 202A 202B 203A 204B 204A

CSI, AIA, ST/FM

HSW, SD,

203B

10:00am – 11:30am General Session

Keynote: Bjarke Ingels

CSI, AIA

Ballroom A

11:30am – 4:00pm Exhibit Hall Open

4:00pm – 5:30pm WE10

Get Your Business to Work in Any Economy

George Hedley

B

CSI, AIA

201A

WE11

Ten Best Business Practices for Architects and Engineers

Thomas Bulatewicz

B

CSI, AIA

201B

WE12

Promoting Your Business with Social Media

Joy Davis

L

WE13

Structural Stability of Engineered Lumber in Fire Conditions

Robert J. James

S

WE14

Expansion Joints & Closures: Solutions, Not the Problem!

Douglas Pearmain & David G. Dixon

WE15

Specifications: Quality Control and Coordination

Michael Chambers

P

WE16

Sustaining Green: What are the Trends?

Kirby Davis

ST

BD

CSI, AIA, CPD CSI, AIA, CPD CSI, AIA, HSW CSI, AIA, HSW

Education

CPD

201C 202A 202B 204A

CSI, AIA, HSW, SD,

204B

CPD

WE17

Comfort by Design: An Introduction to HVAC Variable Refrigerant Flow Zoning Technology

James (Jeb) Bates

ST/FM

WE18

Tips for Writing Effective LEED Specifications

Gregory Markling

S

CSI, AIA, HSW, CPD CSI, AIA, HSW, SD

203A 203B

Schedules, Sessions and Speakers are subject to change or cancellation.

Track Legend

P - Process ST - Stewardship S - Standards L - Leadership BD - Building/Design B - Business FM - Facilities Manager

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Sessions-at-a-glance Thursday, May 13 8:00am – 10:30am Code

Course

Speaker(s)

TH01

Why Do Building Enclosures Fail?

Vince Cammalleri

Track BD

Credits CSI, AIA, HSW

Room 201A

Education

8:00am. – 9:30pm TH02

Road to Recovery: How to Minimize & Avoid Liability Under Personal Guaranties

Charles Schoenwetter, J.D.

B

CSI, AIA

201B

TH03

Negotiation Skills for Construction Professionals

Charles Doran

P

CSI, AIA, HSW, CPD

201C

TH04

Green Products and GreenFormat

Paul Bertram

ST

CSI, AIA, HSW, SD

204A

TH05

From ANSI to ISO 13007: Performance Standards for Mortars and Grouts

Don Miller

S

CSI, AIA

204B

TH06

The Future of High Performing Fenestration

Raj C. Goyal

BD

CSI, AIA, HSW, SD

203B

TH07

Customer-Driven Operations Management: To Create Operational Effectiveness In Your Company

Christopher K. Ahoy

P/FM

CSI, AIA, CPD

203A

TH08

Be Prepared: Developing and Implementing a Solid Emergency Plan

James Cantrell

P/FM

CSI, AIA, CPD

202A

Christopher P. Hodges

ST/FM

8:00pm – 11:30am TH09

The Sustainability Scorecard

CSI, AIA, CPD

202B

10:00am – 11:30pm TH10

What Do I Keep? - Document Retention for Design and Construction Projects

Joshua Flowers

B

CSI, AIA

204B

TH11

Your Generation, Your Workplace

Nina Giglio, Kris Benton

L

CSI, AIA

201B

TH12

The Art & Science of Polished Concrete

David Loe

BD

CSI, AIA, HSW,CPD

201C

TH13

Specifying for Project Closeout

Bob Kenworthy

P

CSI, AIA, HSW

202A

TH15

What the Code Official Doesn’t Know Can Hurt You!

William Rakatansky

S

CSI, AIA, HSW

204A

TH16

How to Achieve Sustainable Results with BIM

James Barrett

P/FM

CSI, AIA, HSW, SD, CPD

203B

TH17

Filling in the Gaps

Christopher K. Ahoy

P

CSI, AIA, CPD

203A

Lucas Hamilton

ST

11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. TH14

Computer Modeling of Heating, Moisture & Energy

CSI, AIA, HSW

201A

11:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Exhibit Hall Open

4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. TH18

Common Pitfalls When Specifying for Code Compliance

Ronald Geren

S

CSI, AIA, HSW

201A

TH19

BIM, The Promise of an Integrated Approach to Project Delivery

Michael Fuller

P

CSI, AIA, HSW

201B

TH20

Don’t Let Green Design Cause Red

Cady M. Snyder

B

CSI, AIA, HSW

201C

Track Legend

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P - Process ST - Stewardship S - Standards L - Leadership BD - Building/Design B - Business FM - Facilities Manager


Thursday, May 13 (cont.) 4:00pm – 5:00pm Code

Course

Speaker(s)

TH21

Architectural Copper Clad Stainless Steel

Charles Tuffile, Ph.D.

TH22

CSI BIM & Sustainability Practice Group

TH23

Track

Credits

Room

BD

CSI, AIA, HSW

202A

Roger Grant

L

CSI, AIA, HSW, SD

202B

Design Professional Ethics: You Be The Judge

Arthur Schwartz

B

CSI, AIA, HSW

203A

TH24

The Power of 1

Grady Whitaker

B

CSI, AIA, HSW

204B

TH25

Understanding the New AWS Casework Standards

William Munyan

S

CSI, AIA, HSW

204A

TH26

Ten Contract Provisions the Owner Should Have

Joseph Kasimer, J.D.

B/FM

CSI, AIA, HSW, CPD

203B

Friday, May 14 8:00am – 9:00am The Great Debate: Should You Arbitrate?

David Taylor, J.D. & Bryan Thomas, J.D.

B

CSI, AIA, HSW

201A

FR02

A Comprehensive Discussion About Stone

Chuck Muelhbauer

BD

CSI, AIA, HSW

201B

FR03

Legal Issues in Firestopping

Karen P. Layng, J.D.

B

CSI, AIA, HSW, CPD

201C

FR04

Performance Testing & Inspection of the Building Envelope

Kevin Knight

S

CSI, AIA, HSW

202A

FR05

Specifying and Using Standardized Water Testing Methods for Masonry in Building Envelope Commissioning

William Nash

BD

CSI, AIA, HSW

202B

FR06

Competitive Specifications: Ensuring Your Design Intent

Michael Chambers

P

CSI, AIA, HSW

204A

FR07

A Guide to Getting Green Projects

Kirby Davis

ST

CSI, AIA, HSW, SD

204B

FR08

Potential Impact of New Energy Codes on Building Envelope Durability

Maria Spinu, Ph.D.

S/FM

CSI, AIA

203A

FR09

Investigation of Existing Buildings for Adaptive Reuse

Michael De Rouin

BD/FM

CSI, AIA, HSW, SD, CPD

203B

Education

FR01

9:30am – 10:30am FR10

BIM, BAM, BOOM - Getting the Most from BIM

Gerald Katz, J.D.

B

CSI, AIA, HSW

201A

FR11

Smog Eating Cement

Dan Schaffer

ST

CSI, AIA, HSW

201B

FR12

A New Look at Exterior Insulation Finishing System

John Edgar

BD

CSI, AIA, HSW, SD

201C

FR13

The EmPro Impact in Professional Organizations

Brok Howard

L

CSI, AIA

202A

FR14

I’m a PC and I’m a Mac - Winning Results for Product Reps and Architects

Grady Whitaker & Casey Robb

B

CSI, AIA

202B

FR15

Unlocking the Mystery of Doors and Codes

Scott Tobias

S

CSI, AIA, HSW, CPD

204A

FR16

Specifying Mold and Moisture Control During Construction

Philip Kabza

BD

CSI, AIA, HSW

204B

FR17

Optimizing Your Physical Security Strategy

Robert Wetherell

P/FM

CSI, AIA, HSW, CPD

203A

FR18

Green Building Upgrades that Generate Immediate Positive Cash Flow

Eric Truelove

ST/FM

CSI, AIA, CPD

203B

10:00am - 2:00 p.m. Exhibit Hall Open

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2010 education Program Tuesday, May 11 8:00am – 5:00pm

Education

CTCC – Certified Institutional Protection Manager Training & Certification Course

Speaker(s): Stevan P. Layne, Layne Consultants International (LCI) Level: Intermediate | CDP • The International Foundation for Cultural Property Protection’s Certified Institutional Protection Manager (CIPM) program provides the timeliest information for facilities managers and others that are responsible for the security & safety of institutions of all size & scope. A must for those charged with protecting facilities, staff, visitors, and assets. This timely fullday program includes the following topics, presented by leading national authorities: • Emergency Management Planning: Incident Command, Response, Coordination - Major incident handling and how to properly organize your staff and utilize available assets. • Workplace Violence Prevention & Homeland Security Concerns - Still one of the primary concerns of managers everywhere. What are the most effective preventing measures? How do you deal with a problem that has gotten out of hand? • Critical Steps in Fire Protection – Much more than fire drills and taking out the trash. Taking the proper preventative measures and consistently monitoring fire threats. • Screening/Hiring/Training/Firing: How to conduct what the courts require – a reasonable inquiry into an applicant’s background and character. Required training for litigation avoidance and firing without fear. • Facility Patrols: The Best Defense for Fire, Theft & Other Loss – How to assure that patrols are effective and professional. • Legal Considerations & Litigation Avoidance: Staying out of Court – What managers need to know to protect the assets of the corporation. • Physical Security: Where You Need to be with Technology – What are the latest systems available? What types of electronic protection do we really need? How do we go about determining the best fit for our facilities? • Selecting Contract Security - How get the best service at the best cost. How to effectively manage a contract guard force. Track: TFM/Leadership | Room: 203B

TU06 – Building a Foundation Today For Tomorrow’s Heightened Security Channels HSW

2:00pm – 3:30pm

TU03 – Working in Virtual Reality

Speaker(s): William C. Pegues, WDG Architecture 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Intermediate | CDP • Architects and Designers: The course will enable greater ability for architectural design collaboration at national and international levels. Specific examples will be demonstrated and reviewed where members of the design team resided in different countries, were able to communicate and successfully present their part of the design, and where the client themselves resided in yet another country. Through the use of Virtual Reality no one ever met face to face. • Business Administration (Architects, Manufacturers, Developers): The course will demonstrate through actual examples how both large and small organizations benefit can meet, conference, communicate and participate in training exercises at very low cost and where everyone attending can interact equally through live dialog, video presentations, slide shows and distribution of meeting materials and handouts through the Virtual Reality medium. Examples range from the success of local governments like Arlington County, Virginia, to large corporations like IBM and Intel and how their examples can translate into success for any size or type of business. • Manufacturers and Designers: The course will demonstrate how manufacturers have used Virtual Reality to develop design prototypes for new products and present to the public with the ability to manipulate and operate the prototype in advance of any manufacturing. Actual examples of both the prototype demonstration and the feedback focus groups will be provided, including international product demonstration and focus groups. • Architects, Designers, Manufacturers and Developers: Rather than presenting a static slide show or a flyby of a project, the course will demonstrate how with Virtual Reality the presenter can lead a virtual walk through of a proposal. Open the door and look inside rooms and move through the project randomly. Examples of stopping a presentation and responding to a clients desire to see a view from a very different angle, including the ability to modify the materials and finishes showing a wall as wood panels, stone or glass in an instant. Examples apply to architectural, interior and landscape designs as well as product demonstrations including prototyping. Track: Building & Design | Room: 201A

TU04 – Achieving Integrated Design by 2025

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Speaker(s): James Scott Brew, Rocky Mountain Institute 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Intermediate • Discuss barriers and solutions to achieving truly integrated design. • Discuss real or perceived barriers. • Discuss solutions to moving us toward our shared vision. Track: Building & Design | Room: 201C

TU05 – Is the Architect Destined for Irrelevance?

Speaker(s): Walter R. Scarborough, HALL | Building Information Group, LLC 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Advanced • Discuss the role of the architect in the future. • Discuss aesthetic design versus technical designs. • Discuss the role of schools of architecture now and in the future. • Review BIM and how it has changed the profession of architecture. Track: Leadership | Room: 202A

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Speaker(s): Rick White, Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Advanced | CDP • Defining the problem with propriety security systems – security managers cannot mix and match best of breed components or customize the solution to their specific needs. These systems require too many separate databases and a plethora of software interfaces that create confusion, lower the level of security within the facility and decrease staff productivity. • What security directors want – results of interviews conducted by Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies with over 800 endusers. • Defining emerging technologies that security directors are using and will soon be able to leverage. • How to lay the foundation for the solution today that also provides the pathway for future systems. Track: Building & Design | Room: 202B

TU07 – Achieving High Performance Buildings CostEffectively HSW/SD

Speaker(s): Richard Paradis, National Institute of Building Sciences 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Advanced • Discuss ways to meet the challenges of the future with Whole Building Design Guide. • Discuss life-cycle cost analysis with the use of cost management throughout the planning, design and development process. • Discuss using economic analysis to evaluate design alternatives. Track: Stewardship | Room: 203A

TU08 – Doing Now for What Will Be Needed Then

Speaker(s): Ralph W. Liebing, Hixson 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Intermediate • Discuss an overview of the profession education situation now. • Discuss the education needs, development and advancements for architects over the next few years, preparing for 2025. • Discuss future implications for the architecture profession. • Discuss possible remedial programs and coordination required to minimize the more adverse implications that could occur. Track: Leadership | Room: 204A 2:00pm – 5:30pm

TU09 – Building Information Libraries (Part 1) & Specifiers Property Information Exchange (Part 2) HSW

Speaker(s): Mark Kalin, Kalin Associates 3 LUs/0.3 CEU | Level: Intermediate • Establish requirements for information about products in BIM and how the information can be effectively organized using open standards (OmniClass and IFD Library). • Illustrate the capabilities of current BIM authoring tools to generate and incorporate information and what resources are available to provide it. • Show the actual experiences of organizations generating and managing model data and how that meets content management needs. • How to connect a BIM with specifications and product data using the SPIE property’s sets. • What else is needed to continue to make this initiative more broadly available and what can be done to support the process. Track: Process | Room: 204B


4:00pm – 5:30pm

TU10 – Transitioning from Architectural School into the Profession

Speaker(s): Charles Hendricks, The Gaines Group, PLC & Robert Huserik, Hnedak Bobo Group 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Introductory • Understand the steps towards licensure within the architectural profession and the role of NCARB, including how to best position yourself to quickly meet IDP requirements. • Understand the importance of professional organizations within the field of architecture and how to make your time involved with CSI and AIA work to advance your professional goals. • Understand professional certifications, such as CDT and LEED AP in the development of a career. • Understand the importance of a mentor and how to establish a strong lasting relationship that builds knowledge and interaction. Track: Leadership | Room: 201A

TU11 – Beyond Repair: Historic Window Replacement HSW/SD

TU12 – Integrated Design Can Be Stunning! HSW

Speaker(s): Richard Thomas, SHP Leading Design, Andy Vincent, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary & Dave Miller, Messer Construction Co. 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Intermediate • Review of projects with multiple and complex sites and regulatory evironment from single design to occupancy. • Review of team definition and structure, budget development and tracking. • Discuss integrated project delivery format, integration of subtrades into design process. • Discuss issuance of a GMP and completion on time despite expnded scope. Track: Process | Room: 202B

TU13 – Taking Ceilings Off The Grid

Speaker(s): Nancy Mercolino, Ceilings Plus 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: TBD Modern ceilings must simultaneously meet goals for sustainable and aesthetic design. Using BIM-driven design, both wood and metal ceilings are making innovative use of shape, size, curvature, and dimensionality, while lightweight, high recycled content materials reduce lifecycle costs, improve lighting, and simplify building commissioning. This presentation showcases a gallery of international projects. Track: Building & Design | Room: 202A

HSW/SD

Speaker(s): Gregory Markling, MOA Architecture 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels • Gain an understanding of the role of specifications in sustainable design documentation. • Learn specific applications of sustainable design provisions in the specifications. • Understand how construction drawings support the LEED specification requirements. • Understand some of the essential contractual implications of practicing sustainable design. • Review projects that are intended to become LEED Certified. Track: Standards | Room: 201C

TU15 – An Advanced Financial Guide for Business Owners

Speaker(s): Bart Basi, The Center for Financial, Legal & Tax Planning, Inc. 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Advanced | CDP • Review of cash flow and ratio analysis. • Obtain a better understanding of income statements. • Learn what are the common tax Issues affecting construction and design business owners. • Complete review of items on a financial statement. Track: Business | Room: 204A

WE03 – WAAMM™: 5 Steps to Managing Your Work

Speaker(s): Marcie Stern, Vocal Consulting 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Intermediate | CDP • Discover your current level of satisfaction in balancing work and personal life demands and identify priority areas that need attention and energy now. • Learn to conquer over-commitment by aligning actions with priorities and personal values as well as develop skills for creating empowering and productive attitudes. • Learn to be more productive at work because you will learn how to prioritize and focus on what matters most while developing a comfort level with letting go, saying “no” and delegating. • Experience less stress at work and create a positive environment for colleagues by applying tools for shifting perspective and attitudes. Track: Leadership | Room: 201C

WE04 – How to Get Paid in Tough Financial Times Speaker(s): Joseph Kasimer, Kasimer & Annino, P.C. 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels • Learn contract terms that will protect or hurt you in the payment process. • Learn steps to improve collection of invoices. • Learn how to make mechanic’s lien and bond claims. Track: Business | Room: 202A

WE05 – Effective Project Leadership

WEDNESDAY, May 12 8:00am – 9:30am

WE01 – How to Save Professionals and Ways to Increase Value and Professionalism

Speaker(s): Dean Kashiwagi, Del E Webb School of Construction, Arizona State University 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Intermediate | CDP • Learn what is going wrong with the industry. • Learn what to do to reverse the trend of lowering profits, professionalism, and quality. • Learn how to educate the clients to maximize their value and lower their cost by using quality professionals. • Learn how to quantify value to clients. Track: Process | Room: 201A

WE02 – Energy Codes & Standards for Commercial Buildings HSW

Speaker(s): David Conover & Mark Halverson, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels | CDP • Explain pending and recent updates to national model energy codes and standards for commercial buildings. • Report on the status of state laws and regulations adopting energy codes for new commercial buildings. • Learn what activities are underway to facilitate application of energy codes and standards for commercial buildings by the building industry. • Enhance their efforts related to commercial buildings to address areas in energy codes and standards that are commonly found out of compliance. Track: Standards | Room: 201B

Speaker(s): George Hedley, Hardhat Presentations 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels | CDP • Learn how to connect project vision to results. • Learn how to set and track clear project goals and targets. • Learn how to make people accountable & responsible for results. • Learn how to implement the team approach to construction projects. Track: Leadership | Room: 202B

WE06 – Recasting Your Financial Statement Speaker(s): Bart Basi 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels • The effects of a recasting balance sheet. • The effects of a recasting income statement. • Specific Items that affects recasting. Track: Business | Room: 203A

Education

Speaker(s): Chick McBrien, Marvin Windows and Doors 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels | CDP • Discuss the standards and recommendations for rehabilitation of historic windows. • Assess the existing window and door conditions prior to determining a rehabilitation plan. • Determine the window replacement challenges, considerations, and capabilities. • Understand how technological advances in the fenestration industry have expanded replacement options for rehabilitation projects. Track: Building & Design | Room: 203A

TU14 – Tips for Writing Effective LEED Specifications

WE07 – The Evidence and Implication of Peak Oil HSW/SD

Speaker(s): Bruce Langhus, Odin Oil and Gas 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Advanced • Learn about petroleum geology. • Review of what is Peak Oil. • Understand what’s Peak Oil and the implications. • Gain a better understanding of the future of Peak Oil. Track: Stewardship | Room: 204B

WE08 – The Reality of the Construction Process

Speaker(s): Harry Kohal, Eagle Technology, Inc. and Equipsoft Eagle, LLC & William Pegues Level: All Levels This presentation will chill your bones, make you laugh, and make you cry. It takes an in-depth look at what is right and wrong with the industry today. What are its strengths and weaknesses in a global environment. What should we do, what are we doing and how does this all contribute to the value for the customer, the economy and the environment. Track: Process | Room: 204A

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2010 education Program WE09 – Protecting the Health and Well Being of Building Occupants with GREEN Building Procedures HSW/SD

Speaker(s): Marilyn Black, GREENGUARD Environmental Institute 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels | CDP • Understand the health and financial risks of indoor air pollution. • Learn key green building programs and IAQ requirements , • Obtain green purchase specifications for furnishings, finishes, and cleaning chemicals. • Learn ways to improve indoor air quality. Track: Stewardship | Room: 203B 4:00pm – 5:30pm

WE14 – Expansion Joints & Closures: Solutions, Not the Problem! HSW

Speaker(s): Douglas Pearmain & David G. Dixon 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Intermediate • Identify and address key performance, construction needs and issues related to expansion joints. • Evaluate expansion joint closure systems’ performance to match each building joint requirements. • Understand the necessity for 3-D or isometric intersection details to compliment 2-D section details. • Specify products and related sections for proper coordination of above elements to provide the appropriate and effective solution. Track: Building & Design | Room: 202B

WE18 – Tips for Writing Effective LEED Specifications HSW/SD

Speaker(s): Gregory Markling, MOA Architecture 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels • Gain an understanding of the role of specifications in sustainable design documentation. • Learn specific applications of sustainable design provisions in the specifications. • Understand how construction drawings support the LEED specification requirements. • Understand some of the essential contractual implications of practicing sustainable design. • Review projects that are intended to become LEED Certified. Track: Standards | Room: 203B

WE10 – Get Your Business to Work in Any Economy

Education

Speaker(s): George Hedley 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Advanced • Build a better business and take it to a new level. • Seek new customers, markets & strategic alliances. • Grow your business in any economy. • Learn how to make more profit. Track: Business | Room: 201A

WE11 – Ten Best Business Practices for Architects and Engineers

Speaker(s): Thomas Bulatewicz , Rainmaking Group 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels • Learn through case study review of the best business and marketing practices . • Review proven methods that can set your business apart from competition. • Review of the common practices found in all successful plan. • Understand the courage and commitment to sustain a successful business plan. Track: Business | Room: 201B

WE12 – Promoting Your Business with Social Media

Speaker(s): Joy Davis, The Construction Specifications Institute 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Introductory | CDP • Understand how construction professionals can be hurt and helped by their web presence. • Develop a strategy for attracting the audience you want. • Understand why “say it once in the right place” is as important to the web as it is to your construction documents. • Understand the differences between Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and other social media & web tools. Track: Leadership | Room: 201C

WE13 – Structural Stability of Engineered Lumber in Fire Conditions

Speaker(s): Robert J. James, Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Intermediate | CDP • Identify the fire test hypothesis, parameters, and steps completed in the testing process. • Compare tests results (legacy vs. modern construction). • Communicate findings from our partners representing the fire service. • Discuss code recommendations. Track: Standards | Room: 202A

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WE15 – Specifications: Quality Control and Coordination HSW

Speaker(s): Michael Chambers, MCA Specifications 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels • Explore the critical quality control elements of specifications. • Review primary coordination issues for specifications. • Explore techniques and tools for effective quality control and coordination. • Review specification quality control procedures and construction administration. Track: Process | Room: 204A

WE16 – Sustaining Green: What are the Trends? HSW/SD

Speaker(s): Kirby Davis, LATICRETE International 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Intermediate | CDP • Broad understanding of the global environment of green building including rating systems, organizations and global standards. • Overview of the history of green legislation development in the United States, and how our laws are affecting our green built world. • Clear understanding of 1st, 2nd and 3rd party product certifications – what they mean, how to verify claims, and resources to find verifiable green products. • Overview and comparison of the most popular green building rating systems in the US and how they are affecting certain building sectors such as Schools, Hospitals and Homes. Track: Stewardship | Room: 204B

WE17 – Comfort by Design: An Introduction to HVAC Variable Refrigerant Flow Zoning Technology HSW Speaker(s): James (Jeb) Bates, Mitsubishi Electric & Electronics USA, Inc. 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Introductory | CDP • Identify the fundamentals of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, including basic system components. • Evaluate the energy efficiency and environmental impact of Variable Refrigerant Flow Zoning ( VRFZ) technology • Identify the many building design options available with VRFZ technology. • Indicate how the indoor environmental quality of buildings can be enhanced with VRFZ technology. Track: Stewardship | Room: 203A

Thursday, May 13 8:00am – 10:30am

TH01 – Why Building Enclosures Fail? HSW

Speaker(s): Vince Cammalleri, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger 2.5 LUs/0.25 CEU | Level: Advanced • Review the most common sources of failure in building enclosures • Understand the mechanisms and consequences of these failures. • Examine the fundamental errors that cause failures, and how to prevent them. • Review design principles that generate effective barriers for combined water, air, vapor and heat flow through the building enclosure. Track: Building & Design | Room: 201A 8:00am – 9:30am

TH02 – On the Road to Recovery: How to Minimize and Avoid Liability Under Personal Guaranties

Speaker(s): Charles Schoenwetter, Bowman and Brooke LLP 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels • What is a personal guaranty and when are guaranties used? • How are personal guaranties interpreted? • Common defenses to enforcement actions. • Best practices for lenders/borrowers (i.e., how to avoid signing a guaranty and/or how to draft the personal guaranty so it is less onerous). Track: Business | Room: 201B

TH03 – Negotiation Skills for Construction Professionals HSW

Speaker(s): Charles Doran, Mediation Works Incorporate 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels | CDP • Structure the process of negotiating in a way that promotes joint problem-solving and collaboration. • Recognize when to accept and when to “walk away” from a deal. • Respond to threats and otherwise uncooperative behavior. • Maximize negotiated value, leaving nothing “on the table”. Track: Business | Room: 201C


TH04 – Green Products and GreenFormat HSW/SD

Speaker(s): Paul Bertram, Kingspan Insulated Panels, Inc. 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels • Understand the latest activity around establishing requirements for green product performance. • Receive an update on efforts to get consensus on what constitutes a green product and how to evaluate products. • Define product information that is responsive to multiple and varying sustainability requirements. • Have the ability to better evaluate environmental requirements and claims. Track: Stewardship | Room: 204A

TH05 – From ANSI to ISO 13007: Performance Standards for Mortars and Grouts

Speaker(s): Don Miller, MAPEI Corporation 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Intermediate • Specify the correct mortars and grouts for tile and stone installations. • Distinguish performance standards from more general standards. • Understand how ISO 13007 standards save time and labor. • Ensure project bids reflect the use of the most suitable products for a specific project. Track: Standards | Room: 204B

TH06 – The Future of High Performing Fenestration HSW/SD

TH07 – Customer-Driven Operations Management: To Create Operational Effectiveness In Your Company

Speaker(s): Christopher K. Ahoy, Iowa State University 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Intermediate | CDP • Identify the ways an organization must operate to achieve exemplary levels of performance. • Learn how to maintain a high degree of excellence. • Manage careful alignment of operational systems and the use of innovative process. • Learn how to contend with unprecedented challenges. Track: Process | Room: 203A

TH08 – Be Prepared: Developing and Implementing a Solid Emergency Plan Speaker(s): James Cantrell , Cantrell, Harris & Associates 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Intermediate | CDP • Learn how to create an emergency plan. • Learn how to develop a business continuity plan. • Learn how to manage crisis and emergency responses. • Review of plans and staying up-to-date with other resources. Track: Process | Room: 202A

TH09 – The Sustainability Scorecard

Speaker(s): Christopher P. Hodges, Facility Engineering Associates 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Intermediate | CDP • Learn the impact of existing facilities on the environment and climate. • Learn how to develop and implement a sustainable operations strategy that aligns with your organization, using the Triple Bottom Line and the Balance Scorecard. • Learn the five most important things a facility manager must know to improve operational efficiency and sustainability in existing buildings. • Learn how to effectively develop and implement a sustainable operations plan. Track: Stewardship | Room: 202B 10:00am – 11:30am

TH10 – What Do I Keep? - Document Retention for Design and Construction Projects

Speaker(s): Joshua Flowers, Hnedak Bobo Group 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels • Determine factors to consider in identifying documents to retain during design and construction and the length of time for retention of project records. • Understand methods for effective management of electronic project data and email correspondence. • Distinguish documents that are critical for use in litigation of disputes. • Identify critical risk management considerations for documents created at each stage of design and construction and practical methods of managing risk. Track: Business | Room: 204B

TH11 – Your Generation, Your Workplace

Speaker(s): Nina Giglio, Kris Benton 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Introductory • Understand how to utilize the strengths of different generational workers to maximize efficiency in your organization. • Understand the importance of the Aging Workforce and being able to capture knowledge and insights in the context it was create. • Understand the importance of the Emerging Professional and being able to provide tools to amplify the power of imagination, creativity, and self expression through experiential learning. • Understand that innovation and efficiency are Yin and Yan of next generation workplaces. Track: Leadership | Room: 201B

TH12 – The Art & Science of Polished Concrete HSW Speaker(s): David Loe, Lythic Solutions, Inc. 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels | CDP • Describe the process of concrete polishing. • Explain the role of densifiers in polishing concrete. • Explain the role of polished concrete in sustainable design. • Specify polished concrete for new or existing surfaces. • Describe burnished concrete and how it compares to polished concrete in sustainability. Track: Building & Design | Room: 201C

TH13 – Specifying for Project Closeout HSW

Speaker(s): Bob Kenworthy, Auburn School District #408 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Advanced • Understand how the specifications can help or hinder project closeout. • Identify closeout requirements to be included in the General and Supplementary Conditions. • Identify closeout requirements to be included in the specifications, and understand where they belong within MasterFormat 04 and SectionFormat. • Learn to evaluate the appropriateness of project closeout requirements for your current project. Track: Process | Room: 202A

TH15 – What the Code Official Doesn’t Know Can Hurt You! HSW

Speaker(s): William Rakatansky, R & M Group-NC, PLLC 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels • Understand the importance of having life safety code plans prepared and maintained throughout the project and how the entire design team will benefit. • Understand why the life safety code plans and the building design must act in harmony to produce a quality project. • Illustrate and present your life safety code plans to the building official in a manner that they will understand. • Take data from the code search and illustrate this data on your life safety code plans. Track: Standards | Room: 204A

TH16 – How to Achieve Sustainable Results with BIM HSW/SD

Speaker(s): James Barrett, Turner Construction Company 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Intermediate • Practical benefits BIM offers clients during the design, construction and operations. • Explore and relay lessons learned in implementing BIM in an interactive discussion. • Obtain a better understanding of how BIM can act as an “enabling technology” supporting, complementing, and measurably enhancing the sustainability efforts of a project. • Practical use of BIM tools for “what-if” scenarios on existing buildings for clients that are considering green building enhancements. • Review leads to a tangible reduction in waste materials and make “sustainable” informed decisions. Track: Process | Room: 203B

Education

Speaker(s): Raj C. Goyal, Technoform Bautec NA, Inc. 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels • Recognize the need for higher performance fenestration, and the drivers behind it. • Identify the various improvements in flat glass and insulating glass units. • Specify or design higher performance frames in glazing. • Specify or design higher performance spacer in glazing, leading to energy savings. Track: Building & Design | Room: 203B

8:00am – 11:30am

TH17 – Filling in the Gaps

Speaker(s): Christopher K. Ahoy 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: Advanced | CDP Where are the Gaps? What is the systems’ approach to identifying gaps? What is Gap Analysis? Throughout this course , you will get a glimpse of how the deployment of quality tools at the business, operations, and process levels will assist you in understanding; 1) current reality, 2) future state, 3) ideal state and 4) meeting or exceeding your customers’ satisfaction. We will look at the benefits that your organization can realize through implementation of classic quality tools in the areas of common sense, common science and complex science. We will review such methodologies as: 1) Lean, 2) Six Sigma and 3) Triz. You will leave this session with a renewed sense of empowerment in your ability to foster major changes in your organization by understanding where gaps exist and how to fill in the gaps to create a worldclass operation. Take your organization from good to great with outstanding results. Track: Process | Room: 203A

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2010 education Program TH21 – Architectural Copper Clad Stainless Steel

11:00am – 12:30pm

TH14 – Computer Modeling of Heating, Moisture & Energy HSW Speaker(s): Lucas Hamilton, CertainTeed Corporation 1.5 LUs/0.15 CEU | Level: All Levels • Be able to discuss the features and requirements of the most commonly employed hygrothermal and energy simulation software. • Understand the benefits and limitations of building performance simulation software. • Understand how mold growth potential of buildings can be evaluated. • Understand what kinds of tools are available to evaluate performance repercussions of cost and code driven changes to building envelope design. Track: Stewardship | Room: 201A 4:00pm – 5:00pm

Education

TH18 – Common Pitfalls When Specifying for Code Compliance HSW

Speaker(s): Ronald Geren, RLGA Technical Services 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: All Levels • Determine methods for gathering code related information from the design team and drawings. • Determine which standards are appropriate for the project based on the applicable building code. • Learn techniques to research products that comply with the code and properly specify them. • Utilize a checklist to ensure code compliance information is properly specified. Track: Standards | Room: 201A

TH19 – BIM, The Promise of an Integrated Approach to Project Delivery HSW Speaker(s): Michael Fuller 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: Intermediate • The influences that are impacting today’s architectural practice. • The difference between Traditional Project Delivery and BIM Collaboration. • The role of BIM in Integrated Project Delivery. • A practical discussion of required resources to implement BIM. • The practical uses for the BIM model. Track: Process | Room: 201B

HSW

Speaker(s): Charles Tuffile, Engineered Materials Solutions 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: All Levels • Learn about the cost effectiveness and proven reliability of cladding. • Become aware of the performance advantages of copper clad stainless steel relative to traditional copper. • Understand the design differences between solid copper and copper clad stainless steel. • Increase understanding of architectural uses for copper clad stainless steel. Track: Building & Design | Room: 202A

TH22 – CSI BIM & Sustainability Practice Group HSW/SD

Speaker(s): Roger Grant, The Construction Specifications Institute 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: All Levels • Explore methods for integrating BIM and Sustainablity into practice through what is working for members. • Learn about successful methods of specifying, administrating and communicating to achieve projects that meet environmental as well as building performance goals. • Learn about successful methods of managing building information within a BIM project. • Share and discuss personal successes and pitfalls encountered while integrating BIM and Sustainability. • Review efforts to create standards and shared best pracitices. Track: Leadership | Room: 202B

TH23 – Design Professional Ethics: You be the Judge HSW

Speaker(s): Arthur Schwartz, National Society of Professional Engineers 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: All Levels • Review select case studies on design professional ethics and professional practice issues. • Discuss conflict of interest, duty of confidentiality, protection of the public health and safety, professional competence, duty to employer and client, sustainable design. • Learn about ethics/professional practice/legal/liability issues affecting architects and engineers. Track: Business | Room: 203A

TH24 – The Power of 1 HSW TH20 – Don’t Let Green Design Cause Red

HSW

Speaker(s): Cady M. Snyder, Victor O. Schinnerer & Co, Inc. 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: Intermediate In this session the risk associated with building green will be discussed. The presentation will address some of the pitfalls and claims that can be a result from green design. Presenter will provide examples for contractors and design professionals on claims and discuss ways to prevent them – particularly in terms of professional liability coverage. Track: Business | Room: 201C

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Speaker(s): Grady Whitaker, Whitaker Architects, P.C. 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: All Levels • Understand the dramatics shifts making “1” a powerful number. • Understand the importance and fluidity of collaboration with other “1’s”. • Understand the social and economic impacts of “The Power of 1”. • Understand how these social, cultural and economic shifts affect the future of the construction industry. Track: Business | Room: 204B

TH25 – Understanding the New AWS Casework Standards HSW

Speaker(s): William Munyan, R&M Group, PLLC 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: Intermediate • Participants are exposed the full scope of architectural casework design, selection, and fabrication choices. • Learn how to select the style of cabinet, shelf loading, finish materials, and drawer construction. • Participants learn to take control of woodwork quality. • Understand the cost effectiveness of the Quality Certification Program and the transfer of liability from the Designer to the Woodworker. Track: Standards | Room: 204A

TH26 – Ten Contract Provisions the Owner Should Have HSW

Speaker(s): Joseph Kasimer 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: All Levels • Learn more about drafting and reviewing documents. • Learn how to protect yourself in contract negotiations. • Learn how to balance interests of various project participants. Track: Business | Room: 203B

Friday, May 14 8:00am – 9:00am

FR01 – The Great Debate: Should You Arbitrate HSW Speaker(s): David Taylor & Bryan Thomas, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: Intermediate • Advantages to arbitration: projects and disputes where it can work. • Learn about the disadvantages of arbitration. • What to look out for in arbitration clauses: drafting tips and warnings. • Mechanics of ADR and arbitration clauses in AIA. Track: Business | Room: 201A

FR02 – A Comprehensive Discussion About Stone HSW

Speaker(s): Chuck Muehlbauer, Marble Institute of America 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: All Levels • Understand the types of Stone and Installation Methods used for both dimension stone and chop rock. • Learn the suggested anchorage/attachment details needed on every installation spec. • Gain more exposure to the technical side of the stone industry – thus being able to specify stone and know that it will work. Track: Building & Design | Room: 201B

FR03 – Legal Issues in Firestopping HSW

Speaker(s): Karen P. Layng, Vedder Price P.C. 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: All Levels | CDP • Grasp a better understanding of legal liability. • Learn about recent court rulings and their impact. • Gain insights about how to minimize firestopping liability. • Learn the legal defenses available to firestopping claims. Track: Business | Room: 201C


FR04 – Performance Testing & Inspection of the Building Envelope HSW

Speaker(s): Kevin Knight, Architectural Testing, Inc. 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: All Levels • Learn about the building envelope’s performance requirements for environmental separation. • Learn what test methods can be utilized during the construction process. • Learn the difference between qualitative and quantitative testing methods. • Learn the interpretation of the results from the test methods. Track: Standards | Room: 202A

FR05 – Specifying and Using Standardized Water Testing Methods for Masonry in Building Envelope Commissioning HSW

FR06 – Competitive Specifications: Ensuring Your Design Intent HSW Speaker(s): Michael Chambers 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: Intermediate • Understand the purpose of specifications. • Learn the appropriate information levels and intensity. • Learn critical specification issues. • Learn why restrictive specifications are a competitive disadvantage. Track: Process | Room: 204A

FR07 – A Guide to Getting Green Projects HSW/SD

Speaker(s): Kirby Davis, LATICRETE International 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: Intermediate • Understand the transition from ratings to requirements in the building codes and standards development. • Walk through a green specification and understand how the submittal process changes. • Understand the technologies that are affecting green building such as BIM. • Broad overview of the many popular green building rating systems. Track: Stewardship | Room: 204B

FR08 – Potential Impact of New Energy Codes on Building Envelope Durability

Speaker(s): Maria Spinu, DuPont Building Innovations 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: All Levels | CDP • Understand the impact of buildings on the environment. • Learn about recent changes in building energy codes - with emphasis on the building envelope requirements. • Understand the impact of new energy codes on envelope design and building envelope’s ability to manage moisture loads. • Learn how to meet energy codes without compromising envelope durability and sustainability. Track: Stewardship | Room: 203A

Speaker(s): Michael De Rouin, FitzGerald Associates Architects 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: All Levels | CDP • Learn how to identify different types of archaic construction and their differences. • Analyze the impact of new uses in existing buildings. • Compare different types of non-destructive and destructive testing that may be employed to analyze existing conditions. • Assess how to document existing conditions. • Identify applicable LEED credits that can be obtained when renovating existing structures. Track: Building & Design | Room: 203B

FR14 – I’m a PC and I’m a Mac - Winning Results for Product Reps & Architects

Speaker(s): Casey Robb, DuPont Building Innovations & Grady Whitaker 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: Intermediate • Review the differences and similarities in personality traits, winning strategies and limitations between Architects and Product Reps. • Understand the demands, prolific differences and bridges to success from both teams perspectives. • Identify where the true winning results can be found, both personal and professional, and ways to be more successful with each individual project. Track: Business | Room: 202B

9:30am – 10:30am

FR10 – BIM, BAM, BOOM - Getting the Most from BIM HSW

Speaker(s): Gerald Katz, Katz & Stone LLP 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: Intermediate • To better understand how Building Information Modeling works in the delivery of construction services. • To better understand how Building Information Modeling arrangements necessarily alter the traditional allocation of risks between the parties to a construction project. • How to manage the risks in the context of a BIM project. • Developing effective contract documents for BIM projects. Track: Business | Room: 201A

FR11 – Smog Eating Cement HSW

Speaker(s): Dan Schaffer, Essroc Italcementi Group 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: Introductory • Understand the history of photocatalytic technology and how applying it in concrete can improve its performance. • Determine the many factors that influence performance while discussing independent laboratory and field verification trials. • Discuss specific case studies and understand the cost and value factors associated with how the technology is specified. Track: Stewardship | Room: 201B

FR12 – A New Look at Exterior Insulation Finishing System HSW/SD

Speaker(s): John Edgar, Sto Corp. 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: All Levels • Recognize the properties of EIFS that make it a good fit for sustainable design projects. • Summarize how EIFS qualified for LEED points. • Review how to accomplish sustainable design with EIFS. • See how sustainable design with EIFS can be achieved via optimization of energy performance, building re-use, innovation in design, construction waste management, recycled material (pre-and post-consumer), low VOC coatings, and locally produced materials. Track: Building & Design | Room: 201C

FR13 – The EmPro Impact in Professional Organizations

Speaker(s): Brok Howard, ARCTURIS 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: Introductory • Defining emerging professional and understanding the impact they will have in the future. • Review the big picture, ten year dream of your organization and show how Emerging Professionals will play a key role in its success. • How to be a mentor to an Emerging Professional while also being a student. • Learn best practices for shared ideas. Track: Leadership | Room: 202A

FR15 – Unlocking the Mystery of Doors and Codes HSW

Speaker(s): Scott Tobias, ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: All Levels | CDP • Understand the purpose of codes as related to architectural doors and hardware. • Make the proper choices in selecting doors, frames, and hardware that comply with current building codes. • Specify door hardware that meets building codes, life safety codes, and fire door requirements. • Understand the importance of balancing life safety vs.security in the built environment. Track: Standards | Room: 204A

FR16 – Specifying Mold and Moisture Control During Construction HSW Speaker(s): Philip Kabza, SpecGuy 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: Intermediate • Demonstrate understanding of the importance of indoor environmental quality to building occupants. • Select materials that help limit mold formation and moisture damage. • Specify best construction administration practices and project management procedures to prevent moisture and mold damage during construction. • Apply industry-recommended practices for preventing moisture and mold damage during construction. Track: Building & Design | Room: 204B

Education

Speaker(s): William Nash, Whitlock Dalrymple Poston & Associates, P.C. 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: Intermediate • Gain a working knowledge of ASTM test methods for the evaluation of water penetration resistance of masonry and façade construction. • Learn specification methods to correctly implement standard test methods to evaluate construction mock-ups and work in progress during construction. • Gain a working knowledge of the criteria for frequency of testing to reasonably ensure quality requirements while minimizing testing costs. • Learn to define acceptance and rejection criteria for mock-up evaluation and field production testing. Track: Building & Design | Room: 202B

FR09 – Investigation of Existing Buildings for Adaptive Reuse HSW/SD

FR17 – Optimizing Your Physical Security Strategy HSW

Speaker(s): Robert Wetherell, Pearson 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: All Levels | CDP • Determine the status of your existing physical security program. • Develop a strategy to build or maintain your physical program. • Understand the content and layout of a physical security plan. • Determine appropriate physical security awareness training. Track: Process | Room: 203A

FR18 – Green Building Upgrades that Generate Immediate Positive Cash Flow

Speaker(s): Eric Truelove, The Renschler Company 1 LUs/0.1 CEU | Level: All Levels | CDP • Learn how to calculate simple payback. • Calculate return on investment. • Estimate immediate cash flow. • Recognize energy-saving upgrades that pay for themselves immediately. Track: Stewardship | Room: 203B

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Education

Education Pavilion Schedule Wednesday, May 12 8:00am – 8:45am

BIM and Product Information for Manufacturers (For Exhibitors)

9:00am – 9:45pm

Working Your Booth – Advanced Booth Skills (For Exhibitors)

12:30pm – 1:15pm

Getting to the Bottom of Recycled Content, the Standards, the Claim and the Real Deal

1:30pm – 2:30pm

Escalator 101

3:00pm. – 3:30pm

GreenFormat – Your Green Product Data Resource

Thursday, May 13 9:00am – 9:45am

Working Your Booth – Advanced Booth Skills (For Exhibitors)

10:00am – 10:45am

GreenFormat - Get Your Green Products Specified (For Product Manufacturers)

12:15pm – 1:15pm

Wireless Solutions for Project Management

1:30pm – 2:30 pm

New Hand Dryer Technology: Sustainable, Hygienic and Cost Effective

3:00pm – 3:30 pm

Biopolymers in Interior Protection Products

(Highly recommended, by CONSTRUCT attendees, for exhibitors.)

Presenter: Aaron Chusid, CSI Presented by: Chusid Associates (Complimentary and Recommended for All Exhibitors)

Presenter: Paul Nutcher, Green Apple Group

Presented by: Kone, Inc.

Presented by: GreenFormat Task Team Members

Presenter: Aaron Chusid, CSI Presented by: Chusid Associates (Complimentary and Recommended for All Exhibitors)

Presented by: GreenFormat Task Team Members (Complimentary and Recommended for All Exhibitors)

Presenter: Lisa Kelly | Presented by: Verizon Wireless

Presenter: Matthew Cool | Presented by: Dyson Airblade

Presenter: Evan Bane | Presented by: InPro Corporation

Friday, May 14 9:30am – 10:30am

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I’m a PC and I’m a Mac - Winning Results for Product Reps and Architects

Presenters: Grady Whitaker & Casey Robb

11:00am – 11:30pm

Masonry Veneer Installation Systems - “The Challenge”

12:30pm – 1:00pm

Masonry Veneer Installation Systems - “The Solution”

Presenter: Kirby Davis | Presented by: Laticrete International, Inc.

Presenter: Kirby Davis | Presented by: Laticrete International, Inc.


2010 Advisory board Thank you to our Advisory Board Members for their dedication, time and valuable counsel. Education Advisory Committee The Education Advisory Committee is committed to researching and enhancing the overall quality and value for the CONSTRUCT attendees. The goal and responsibilities of the committee members include identifying core issues facing the industry, desired education, recommendations and support in creating a strong educational program. Members of the Board: Robert Grupe, Director Architectural and Technical Solutions, USG

Paul R. Bertram Jr., FCSI, CDT, LEED AP Kingspan Insulated Panels, Inc

David Vaughan, CSI, CDT Upland Corporation

Erica Smedley Cox, Education Manager Construction Specifications Institute

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Exhibits: May 12-14, 2010 | Education: May 11-14, 2010 Pennsylvania Convention Center | Philadelphia, PA

54th CSI Annual Convention

As of 4/7/10


eXHIBITOR lIST Alphabetical

Exhibiting As:

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Booth #

4specs.com....................................................................621 A & J Washroom Accessories, Inc.................................955 AARCO Products, Inc.....................................................929 ACO Polymer Products, Inc...........................................422 Acrymax Technologies, Inc............................................830 Activar Construction Products Group...........................540 AEC Daily.......................................................................655 ALFHER Porcewol..........................................................967 ALT Global.....................................................................569 AMBICO Limited..........................................................1023 American School & Hospital Facility............................1021 American Society of Professional Estimators..............1045 Ameriform......................................................................454 Ameristar Fence Products.............................................514 AMICO, Alabama Metal Industries Corp......................756 Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co....................................1054 ARCAT, Inc.....................................................................605 Architectural Facades Unlimited, Inc.............................568 Architectural Roofing & Waterproofing........................547 ARCOM - MasterSpec Specifications............................618 Ashford Formula............................................................913 ASI/ASI Storage Solutions/Accurate Partitions.............510 ATAS International, Inc..................................................755 Atlas EPS........................................................................861 Atlas Roofing Corporation.............................................625 AWI Quality Certification Corporation..........................867 BASF Construction Chemicals.......................................812 BASWAphon Acoustical Finish System........................1052 Benjamin Moore Paints..................................................419 Benjamin Obdyke Incorporated....................................560 Besam Entrance Solutions.............................................339 BICSI...............................................................................562 BlazeFrame Industries....................................................661 Bluebeam Software........................................................553 Bonded Logic, Inc..........................................................654 Building Systems Design, Inc.........................................435 Butterfield Color, Inc.....................................................934 C.R. Laurence Co., Inc..................................................1029 CalStar Products............................................................452 Campbellsville Industries, Inc........................................852 Carfaro Aluminum Railing & Fencing.............................828 Carlisle Construction Materials......................................843 Centria..........................................................................1043 CertainTeed Corporation..............................................935 CETCO.........................................................................1004 ChemTec Int’l, Inc........................................................1039 Claridge Products and Equipment, Inc..........................411 Cold Spring Granite Company......................................818 Comac Corporation, Inc.................................................726 Commercial Products Group.........................................713 Composite Panel Solutions, Inc.....................................558 CopperPlus™.................................................................304 Cornell Communications, Inc.........................................724 Cornell Iron Works.........................................................916 Cosella-Dorken Products, Inc........................................858 CSI..................................................................................535 CSI Construction Education Network...........................733 CSRF/SPECTEXT®. ........................................................408 Custom Building Products.............................................729 DACS, Inc.....................................................................1011

Exhibiting As:

Booth #

Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc........................................528 DeAcero.........................................................................563 DeHumidification Technologies, L.P..............................561 Delaware Quarries, Inc..................................................307 DeSavino and Sons, Inc................................................1035 Detex..............................................................................416 DJA Imports...................................................................317 Door and Hardware Systems, Inc..................................863 Dow Building Solutions..................................................329 Draper, Inc.....................................................................917 DuPont...........................................................................753 Dur-A-Flex, Inc...............................................................332 Durapax..........................................................................324 Duro-Last, Inc.................................................................911 Dyson Airblade..............................................................657 Electro-Mech Scoreboard Co........................................467 Eljen Corporation...........................................................549 Elliott-Lewis....................................................................869 Emseal Joint Systems Ltd..............................................440 Energy Innovations LLC.................................................768 Englert, Inc.....................................................................762 Epic Metals Corp...........................................................614 ESCA Soda Blast............................................................868 Excel Dryer, Inc..............................................................428 Fabric Structures..........................................................1033 Fiberweb/Typar Weather Protection System..............1025 Fireline 520.....................................................................555 Firestone Building Products..........................................805 Flex Membrane International........................................441 Forbo Linoleum, Inc.......................................................757 Foundations Worldwide, Inc..........................................949 GAF Materials Corporation...........................................613 Geiger..........................................................................1034 General Glass International.........................................1010 Georgia Pacific Corporation..........................................432 Glidden Professional Paints...........................................453 Global Partitions............................................................515 Grace Construction Products........................................523 Grove Structural Shims..................................................860 GS Window Systems......................................................444 Gym Floor Inspectors..................................................1013 Henry Company.............................................................919 Hollow Metal Manufacturers Association......................909 Hycrete, Inc....................................................................305 Hyload Flashing System.................................................838 IB Roof Systems.............................................................652 ICELOC..........................................................................666 Industrial Building Panels...............................................958 Innerface Architectural Signage, Inc..............................430 InPro Corporation..........................................................629 Insulation Solutions, Inc.................................................404 International Cellulose Corp..........................................469 Intertape Polymer Group.............................................1046 ISOTEX...........................................................................853 JE Berkowitz..................................................................438 Jerith Mfg Co., Inc.........................................................866 Julius Blum Co., Inc........................................................413 Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 Key Resin Company.......................................................316 Kinetics Noise Control...................................................722


Exhibiting As:

Booth #

Booth #

Robal Glass Engineered Composites............................766 Ron Blank & Associates, Inc...........................................717 Rytec High Performance Doors.....................................831 SANDELL Construction Solutions/DIEDRICH Technologies.......................1030 SaniGLAZE International................................................352 Schluter Systems L.P......................................................752 SCHOTT North America................................................667 Schuco USA L.P..............................................................306 Scranton Products..........................................................923 Seesmart LED.................................................................348 SFS intec.........................................................................819 Shenyang Aircraft Group Imp & Exp. Co., Ltd..............761 Sherwin Williams............................................................742 Sherwin Williams, General Polymers.............................743 Sika Sarnafil, A Division of Sika Corporation...............1007 Simons Voss Technologies, Inc......................................947 Sno-Gem, Inc..................................................................353 SnoBlox-SnoJax.............................................................767 Solomon Colors..............................................................663 Soundproof Windows....................................................459 Specifications Consultants In Independent Practice.....735 Specified Technologies, Inc...........................................313 SSPC: The Society for Protective Coatings/JPCL.........759 Stadium Savers Ltd........................................................814 Stanley Security Solutions, Inc.......................................505 Starquartz Industries, Inc.............................................1019 Stego Industries.............................................................564 Stone Panels, Inc............................................................862 Strongwell......................................................................842 Stuart Dean Co., Inc.......................................................936 Sun Solar International...................................................325 TB Philly..........................................................................349 TDR Systems, Inc.........................................................1049 Terminix Commercial.....................................................835 Testing Adjusting & Balancing Bureau..........................669 Thermafiber, Inc.............................................................953 The Blue Book................................................................429 Tnemec Company, Inc...................................................905 TuffWrap Installations, Inc...........................................1008 Uniflex Industrial Roof Coatings....................................963 US Architectural Products, Inc.......................................338 Vehicle Service Group....................................................415 Verizon Wireless.............................................................312 Versico............................................................................859 Vexcon Chemicals........................................................1015 Viance.............................................................................334 Vicwest...........................................................................445 Watson Bowman Acme..................................................938 Wildeck, Inc....................................................................448 Wissahickon Stone Quarry, LLC....................................335 Wooster Products, Inc...................................................442 York Manufacturing, Inc.................................................662

As of 4/7/10

eXHIBITOR lIST Alphabetical

King Architectural Metals............................................1009 Kingspan Insulated Panels...........................................1012 Kone Elevators Escalators.............................................723 Kwik-Wall......................................................................1016 L & M Construction Chemicals, Inc................................521 Lafarge North America................................................1005 Lapeyre Stair..................................................................412 LATICRETE International, Inc.........................................643 Lightning Protection Institute......................................1053 LOGIX Insulated Concrete Forms.................................754 Lythic Solutions, Inc.....................................................1028 MADCAD.com...............................................................834 Magnetic Automation Corporation...............................545 Mankato-Kasota Stone, Inc............................................829 MAPEI Corporation........................................................817 Maple Flooring Manufacturers Association...................821 Marble Institute of America...........................................443 Marvin Windows and Doors..........................................405 Master Wall, Inc.............................................................839 McKeon Door Company................................................737 Merchant & Evans, Inc...................................................769 Metal Tech-USA.............................................................354 Metal-Era........................................................................517 Miller Edge, Inc..............................................................567 Mitsubishi Electric..........................................................854 Mortar Net USA Ltd.......................................................646 Munters Corporation.....................................................705 Murus Company.............................................................566 National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC)...............616 National Frame Building Association..........................1036 National Gypsum Co......................................................811 National Terrazzo & Mosaic...........................................668 NCARB...........................................................................836 NFPA - National Fire Protection Association................837 NRCA...........................................................................1037 NUDURA Corporation...................................................856 Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959 Overly Door Company.................................................1047 Pacific Polymers International, Inc.................................544 Parkline, Inc....................................................................557 Pecora Corp...................................................................542 Pella Windows and Doors..............................................529 Penco Products, Inc.......................................................928 Pictometry International Corp.......................................660 Pliteq, Inc.......................................................................420 PPG Idea Scapes............................................................718 Pratt & Lambert Paints..................................................434 Precision Ladders LLC....................................................619 QT Sound Insulation......................................................848 Quality Stone Veneer.....................................................844 Quest Construction Products (Hydro-Stop/United Coatings)................................763 Raven Industries.............................................................846 RCI, Inc...........................................................................832 Redi Rock International..................................................653 Reef Industries, Inc........................................................642 Reese Enterprises, Inc....................................................543 Republic Storage Systems LLC......................................328 Reward Wall Systems, Inc..............................................656 Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760

Exhibiting As:

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Green and new Products Stay up-to-date with the newest technology and sustainable products by visiting these companies in the Green Pavilion and the New Product Pavilion.

Green Pavilion

eXHIBITOR information

The following companies are providers of environmentally friendly and energy-efficient products and solutions and equipment.

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AEC Daily..............................................................655 AMICO, Alabama Metal Industries Corp...............756 ATAS International, Inc..........................................755 BlazeFrame Industries...........................................661 Bonded Logic, Inc.................................................654 Campbellsville Industries, Inc................................852 Cosella-Dorken Products, Inc................................858 DuPont..................................................................753 Dyson Airblade......................................................657 Energy Innovations LLC.........................................768 Englert, Inc............................................................762 ESCA Soda Blast...................................................868 Forbo Linoleum, Inc..............................................757

Grove Structural Shims..........................................860 IB Roof Systems.....................................................652 ICELOC..................................................................666 Jerith Mfg Co., Inc.................................................866 LOGIX Insulated Concrete Forms.........................754 Merchant & Evans, Inc...........................................769 Mitsubishi Electric..................................................854 National Terrazzo & Mosaic...................................668 NUDURA Corporation...........................................856 Pictometry International Corp...............................660 Quest Construction Products (Hydro-Stop/United Coatings)........................763 Redi Rock International.........................................653 Reward Wall Systems, Inc......................................656 Rigidized Metals Corporation................................760 Robal Glass Engineered Composites....................766 Schluter Systems L.P..............................................752 SCHOTT North America........................................667 Shenyang Aircraft Group Imp & Exp. Co., Ltd......761 SnoBlox-SnoJax.....................................................767 Solomon Colors.....................................................663 SSPC: The Society for Protective Coatings/JPCL..759 Stone Panels, Inc...................................................862 Testing Adjusting & Balancing Bureau..................669 York Manufacturing, Inc.........................................662


New Product Pavilion You can have the first opportunity to see the newest products from our exhibitors. Be sure to stop by and discover the latest trends, solutions and products recently introduced to the industry. These exhibitors are showcased in the New Product Pavilion located at the main entrance.

The original. The innovator.

TM

BlazeFrame Industries Booth 661

Dyson Airblade Booth 657

ALT Global Booth 569

Wissahickon Stone Quarry LLC Booth 335

Pliteq Booth 420

Durapax Booth 324

Pacific Polymers International, Inc. Booth 544

Merchant & Evans, Inc.

Pecora Corp. Booth 542

Energy Innovations, LLC Booth 307

ALFHER Porcewol Booth 967

Booth 769

eXHIBITOR information

York Manufacturing, Inc. Booth 569

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4specs.com............................................ 621 Acrymax Technologies, Inc...................... 830 ALT Global............................................. 569 1530 Palomino Circle Heber City, UT 84032 Phone: 435-654-5775 | Fax: 866-363-2522 www.4specs.com Your Free Architectural Library Service. 4specs’ product directory is comprehensive, easy-to-use, and fast! Visit our on-line Discussion Forum for quick answers to your technical questions. Discover for yourself why 4specs is the leading choice of CSI-certified specifiers for their product research.

A & J Washroom Accessories, Inc.............. 955

eXHIBITOR lISTINGS

509 Temple Hill Road New Windsor, NY 12553 Phone: 845-562-3332 | Fax: 845-562-3391 www.ajwashroom.com A&J Washroom Accessories manufactures a complete line of high quality commercial grade stainless steel washroom accessories. The accessories are for installation in health care related facilities, educational formats,sporting arena’s,security institutions, hospitality and retail applications.

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221 Brooke Street Media, PA 19063 Phone: 610-566-7470 | Fax: 610-891-0834 Toll Free: 800-553-0523 www.acrymax.com Since 1951 Acrymax Technologies has been a leader in high-performance coating and roofing systems. Specializing in elastomeric materials, fluid applied reinforced roof membrane systems, Energy Star roofing systems, and other materials for demanding architectural and construction related applications. Acrymax engineers its products for energy efficiency, sustainability, and performance. Environmentally responsible waterborne coating systems that offer superior performance and weatherability.

Activar Construction Products Group....... 540

4450 W 78th St Circle Bloomington, MN 55435 Phone: 952-838-1909 | Fax: 952-837-1240 Toll Free: 800-554-6077 www.activarcpg.com Stop by and see the new products by the companies in AARCO Products, Inc............................... 929 the Activar Construction Products Group serving divisions 7,8,10,12 and 21. Products from Air Louvers, Hiawatha, JL 21 Old Dock Road Industries, Samson Products and Thomas Enterprises will Yaphank, NY 11980 be featured as well as products that contribute to LEED Phone: 631-924-5461 | Fax: 631-924-5843 credits. Toll Free: 800-246-6038 www.aarco.com AARCO Products Inc., since 1975 manufacturers of high quality visual communication and display, crowd control, and hospitality products. We offer a huge selection of chalkboards, markerboards, bulletin boards, tackboards, projection screens, display cases, enclosed bulletin boards and directory boards as well as crowd control products.

ACO Polymer Products, Inc...................... 422 PO Box 245 Chardon, OH 44024 Phone: 520-421-9988 | Fax: 520-421-9899 Toll Free: 800-543-4764 www.acousa.com ACO trench drains aid stormwater management by capturing water runoff and transporting it to catch basins or collection ponds. Trench drains create a continuous barrier to ensure maximum capture and collection. This stormwater can then be managed in a controlled manner and transported to receiving waters, such as culverts or streams, or re-used for landscape irrigation.

3 Edison Place Fairfield, NJ 07004 Phone: 973-287-6158 www.altglobal.com ALT Global offers a complete range of high quality, flexible, fully reinforced liquid roofing, waterproofing and surfacing solutions. All systems are cold applied for maximum safety and efficiency. ALT systems represent the next generation in liquid-applied technology, providing long-term solutions for most roofing and waterproofing needs.

AMBICO Limited................................... 1023 1120 Cummings Avenue Ottawa, ON K1J 7R8 | Canada Phone: 613-746-4663 | Fax: 613-746-4721 Toll Free: 888-423-2224 www.ambico.com Since 1955 AMBICO has manufactured specialized steel and specialized wood doors and frames. AMBICO products are performance tested at leading independent laboratories. Products include acoustic, bullet resistant, blast resistant, lead lined, stainless steel, marine, recessed panel and tornado resistant door assemblies. Excellent lead times as well as in stock and expedited delivery programs.

American School & Hospital Facility....... 1021

900 Cummings Center Suite 416T Beverly, MA 01915-6184 AEC Daily............................................... 655 Phone: 978-887-6670 | Fax: 978-887-2954 266 Elmwood Avenue www.facilitymanagement.com Buffalo, NY 14222 American School & Hospital Facility magazine and Phone: 877-566-1199 | Fax: 877-261-2252 FacilityManagement.com are educational tools that Toll Free: 877-566-1199-82 teach 35,000 institutional facilities professionals and www.aecdaily.com design/construction team members to operate buildings AEC Daily is the largest provider of FREE online continuing efficiently, economically, safely, securely and green. AS&HF’s sole editorial mission is to report on the topics, education for the architectural, engineering, and design issues, trends and products that impact the facilities community. Courses are available online 24 hours a day, management industry. 7 days a week and are approved by AIA, CSI and other organizations. Visit www.aecdaily.com today!

American Society of ALFHER Porcewol................................... 967 Professional Estimators........................ 1045 Calle 4 No 29 San Pedro de los Pinos Mexico City, DF 03800 Phone: 011 5255 10871521 | Fax: 5255 010871530 www.alfher.com Alfher Porcewol S.A. de C.V. has been in continuous operation manufacturing porcelain-enameled Steel products since 1951. Our 59 years of experience allows us to provide quality products and project services, which few other manufacturers are capable of offering. We have resources in place to design, fabricate and deliver porcelain enameled panel systems for projects throughout the world. We not only offer the best quality product but we also offer on site supervision and our expertise during the project design stage. Our products, fabricated in Porcelain Enameled Steel, are Wall coverings, Column covers (Cladding), Curtain walls, Doors, Bathroom partitions, Writing boards, Screen printed Signage and High resolution imaging Artwork. All products of ALFHER Porcewol meet the requirements of PEI S-100 (65).

2525 Perimeter Place Drive, Suite 103 Nashville, TN 37214 Phone: 615-316-9200 | Fax: 615-316-9800 Toll Free: 888-378-6283 www.aspenational.org The American Society of Professional Estimators serves construction estimators by providing education, fellowship, and opportunity for professional development. Education, Ethics, Standards, Certification, Fellowship all lead to the ultimate goal, professionalism. Why ASPE? Because every construction project should start with a professionally prepared estimate. ASPE is comprised of construction estimators dedicated to improving the skills of estimators and the quality of estimating. Our members represent a broad cross section of the construction industry as employees and owners of construction organizations. Many of our estimators and their companies are also members of other organizations.


Ameriform............................................ 454 Architectural Facades Unlimited, Inc....... 568 ATAS International, Inc........................... 755 36A Pope Rd Holliston, MA 01746 Phone: 508-429-1470 | Fax: 508-429-1698 www.ameriformllc.com Ameriform specializes in structural and decorative cement board products. ARMOROC structural cement board for fire-rated roof, floor and wall assemblies. GEOBOARD for interior cladding and exterior rainscreen.

6612 Snowdrift Road Allentown, PA 18106 Phone: 610-395-8445 Fax: 610-395-9342 Toll Free: 800-468-1441 www.atas.com Architectural Roofing & Waterproofing....................................... 547 ATAS INTERNATIONAL, INC. is one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of metal roofing, wall and ceiling panels for 2401 W Big Beaver Ste 7 commercial and residential use. Concave, convex, tapered, Troy, MI 48084 tile and shake facsimiles are their specialty. Custom formed Ameristar Fence Products....................... 514 Phone: 818-224-8035 | Fax: 818-224-8042 accessories and flat stock are also available. ATAS can be a PO Box 581000 SINGLE SOURCE supplier for any project. Tulsa, OK 74158 Phone: 918-833-3515 | Fax: 918-835-0899 www.ameristarfence.com AMERISTAR is the world’s largest manufacturer of high quality, maintenance free, ornamental fencing. Used as a perimeter fence, security fence, for controlled access, homeland security, or simply to enhance the property’s appearance – we manufacture a specific grade and style for each application need.

600 East Luchessa Avenue Gilroy, CA 95020 Phone: 408-846-5350 | Fax: 408-846-6911 www.architecturalfacades.com

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Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co................. 1054 501 Braddock Avenue Turtle Creek, PA 15145 Phone: 412-825-3550 | Fax: 412-825-3554 Toll Free: 800-223-9866 www.applecookies.com Since 1981, we have shipped over 60,000,000 cookies, chocolates to our customers across the USA. Our goal is to provide quality products unique to the architect and engineering industry. These products are perfect gifts for customers, clients, business associates, employees, or friends.

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441 Saw Mill River Road Yonkers, NY 10701 Phone: 914-476-9000 Fax: 914-476-0688 www.americanspecialties.com ASI designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of stainless steel products including washroom accessories, hospital accessories, hand dryers and telephone accommodations. It’s sister companies, Accurate Partitions and ASI Storage Solutions, manufacture a full line of ARCAT, Inc............................................. 605 partitions and lockers. 1077 Bridgeport Avenue Shelton, CT 06484 Phone: 203-929-9444 | Fax: 203-929-2444 www.arcat.com ARCAT is a publisher if building product information available in print and online at ARCAT.com. Products include BIM, Specs, CAD Details, Green Reports, along with an online spec writing tool called SpecWizard, which automates the specwriting process. Find out more by visiting www.arcat.com.

Atlas EPS............................................... 861 8240 Byron Center Ave S.W. Byron Center, MI 49315 Phone: 616-889-5264 | Fax: 815-572-9077 www.atlaseps.com

Atlas Roofing Corporation...................... 625 2000 RiverEdge Pkwy Suite 800 Atlanta, GA 30328 Phone: 770-952-1442 | Fax: 770-952-3170 Toll Free: 800-388-6134 www.AtlasRoofing.com In 1982, Atlas consisted of a single asphalt shingle manufacturing facility. Today, Atlas is a leader in the roofing industry and a driving force in the green movement, committed to going “beyond the code” when it comes to building design and construction. Atlas is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of polyisocyanurate insulation materials.

AWI Quality Certification Corporation...... 867 46179 Westlake Dr., Suite 120 Potomac Falls, VA 20165 Phone: 571-323-3636 | Fax: 571-323-3630 Toll Free: 800-449-8811 www.awiqcp.org A powerful risk management tool, the Q ensures wood designs are fabricated, finished and installed according to specifications, and according to internationally recognized industry standards. When you specify the Q for your woodwork project, you initiate a quality control system at no charge to you the specifier. For more information about the Q, visit www.awiqcp.org or call 800.449.8811.

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332 East 500 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 Phone: 801-521-9162 Fax: 801-521-9163 Toll Free: 800-424-5080 www.arcomnet.com MasterSpec, published by ARCOM, has thoroughly researched master guide specifications in both MasterFormat™ ‘04 and ’95. Specifications designed for your practice and for projects of any phase, size, or AMICO, Alabama Metal Industries Corp...................................... 756 complexity. Extensive instruction notes, checklists, and commentaries. Over 350+ specification sections include 3245 Fayette Avenue LEED text. Birmingham, AL 35208 Phone: 205-787-2611 | Fax: 205-786-6527 www.amico-online.com Ashford Formula.................................... 913 AMICO, a Gibraltar Industries Company, manufactures 1203 West Spring Creek Place metal lath & accessories in galvanized and zinc alloys. Only Springville, UT 84663 AMICO produces Stainless Steel lath in types 304 & 316 Phone: 801-489-5663 | Fax: 801-489-3307 in standard weights and sizes. AMICO also manufactures Toll Free: 800-998-5664 PVC accessories for stucco, EIFS, and Drywall, Secura-lath www.ashfordformula.com and Security Mesh & Secura Clips, as well as expanded The Ashford Formula was the first product to protect and meshes, steel, aluminum, and fiberglass gratings. Most seal concrete through chemical densification. It penetrates products contribute to LEED credits, including a new line of the surface of the concrete and reacts chemically with it to Architectural Meshes for unique applications. produce a denser, harder, more stable surface, while at the same time eliminating annoying dust.

BASF Construction Chemicals.................. 812 889 Valley Park Dr. Shakopee, MN 55379 Phone: 216-839-7500 Fax: 216-839-8826 www.basf.com BASF is the world’s leading chemical company. We offer high performance sealants, adhesives, waterproofing membranes, concrete repair systems, EIFS, PermaLath® fiberglass stucco lath, EPS foam insulation used in structural insulated panels (SIPs), and spray-applied polyurethane foam (SPF) technology. Stop by to learn more about how we can help you on your next commercial or residential project.

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BASWAphon Acoustical Finish System.... 1052 BICSI..................................................... 562 Building Systems Design, Inc.................. 435 3900 Ben Hur Avenue, Suite 10 Willoughby, OH 44094 Phone: 440-951-6022 | Fax: 440-951-6012 www.baswaphon.com BASWAphon Seamless Acoustical Finish Systems. A premium smooth, seamless sound absorptive system with NRC ratings of up to 0.85 that can be vaulted, curved or domed. It is tintable to match any color or multiple colors. These systems are completely field installed so there are no pre-installation measurements needed, eliminating incorrect pre-cut product dimensions. BASWAphon is a very sustainable product, possibly providing points in up to 9 LEED categories. BASWAphon is available in many custom finishes.

8610 Hidden River Parkway Tampa, FL 33637 Phone: 813-979-1991 | Fax: 813-971-4311 Toll Free: 800-242-7405 www.bicsi.org BICSI services the needs of professionals involved with communications and all associated infrastructure including voice, data, broadcast, monitored alarm, electronic safety and security, and audio and video technologies. BICSI serves thousands of ITS professionals. Through courses, conferences, publications and credentialing, BICSI members gain direct access to the most current resources and information to increase career potential and business success. Visit www.bicsi.org for more information.

3565 Piedmont Rd NE Atlanta, GA 30305 Phone: 404-365-8900 | Fax: 404-876-0006 Toll Free: 888-273-7638 www.bsdsoftlink.com BSD SpecLink-E (SLE) is BSD’s latest generation specification production tool. By expanding and collapsing the single database of over 500 guide spec sections, users can create outline, short form, and full construction specs without starting over at each phase. BSD LinkMan-E connects SpecLink-E to Autodesk’s Revit, providing dashboard views of the data in the linked applications and allowing automatic updating of the specifications based on data from Revit. BSD also offers BSD CostLink/AE.

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Benjamin Moore Paints.......................... 419 BlazeFrame Industries........................... 661 Butterfield Color, Inc.............................. 934

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101 Paragon Drive Montvale, NJ 07645 Phone: 201-802-6343 Fax: 201-573-6645 www.benjaminmoore.com To locate your nearest Benjamin Moore Retailer, call 1.877.6Color6 or visit us online at www.benjaminmoore. com

Benjamin Obdyke Incorporated.............. 560 400 Babylon Road Suite A Horsham, PA 19044 Phone: 215-672-7200 | Fax: 215-672-5204 www.benjaminobdyke.com Since 1868, Benjamin Obdyke Incorporated has been a leading designer and provider of building products. The tradition of innovation continues today with Benjamin Obdyke’s line of roof materials and wall system products specifically designed to meet the needs of the industry, from the original ridge vent on a roll and the first rolled rainscreen, to the latest developments in an everexpanding product line. Extensive, ongoing research lets Benjamin Obdyke remain in touch with industry trends in order to anticipate the needs of our customers and direct our product development. To ensure the quality of every innovation, all of our roof material and wall system products are tested and certified by independent, third party laboratories. Benjamin Obdyke supports its products with the highest level of customer service.

8805 148th Ave NE Building E Redmond, WA 98052 Phone: 425-869-2811 www.blazeframe.com

625 W Illinois Avenue Aurora, IL 60506 Phone: 630-906-1980 | Fax: 630-906-1982 Toll Free: 800-282-3388 www.butterfieldcolor.com Bluebeam Software............................... 553 Manufacturer of coloring and tools for the decorative treatment of new or existing concrete: integral color, 766 E. Colorado Boulevard, Suite 200 shake-on hardeners, stains, decorative and repair overlays, Pasadena, CA 91101 stamping and texturing tools, curing compounds, and Phone: 626-296-2140 | Fax: 626-398-9210 sealers. Suitable for floors, hardscapes, horizontal and Toll Free: 866-496-2140 vertical installations. AIA/CES registered provider. www.bluebeam.com Bluebeam PDF Revu is an intuitive PDF solution for engineers, designers and construction professionals. Create high quality PDFs with the click of a button from AutoCAD, Revit, and Office, or convert batches at a time. Electronically share, markup and edit PDFs with customizable, industry specific tools, access and manage files with ease, and perform quantity takeoffs on screen with built-in measurement tools. Visit our booth for a live demo and a free trial CD.

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2503 E. Vernon Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90058 Phone: 810-225-4640 | Fax: 810-225-4642 Toll Free: 800-421-6144 www.crlaurence.com CRL offers over 50,000 different products, and serves the industry from 25 locations throughout North America, Europe, and Australia. CRL’s Booth #1029 will feature many Bonded Logic, Inc.................................. 654 products manufactured and distributed by CRL, including railing systems, all glass door entrance systems, frameless 24053 S Arizona Ave, Suite 151 shower door hardware, transaction and display hardware. Chandler, AZ 85248 Phone: 480-812-9114 | Fax: 480-812-9633 www.bondedlogic.com CalStar Products ................................... 452 6851 Mowry Avenue With over 35 years of insulation experience, Bonded Newark, CA Logic Inc. markets and manufactures a wide range of thermal and acoustical insulation products for multiple Phone: 510-793-9500 industries. Bonded Logic Inc.’s patented manufacturing Fax: 510-793-9500 Besam Entrance Solutions...................... 339 process allows for a wide range of densities and thickness www.calstarproducts.com 1900 Airport Road while maintaining the health and safety features that Monroe, NC 28110 are so important when considering the type of insulation Campbellsville Industries, Inc................. 852 Phone: 704-290-5554 | Fax: 704-290-5555 products to use. PO Box 278 Toll Free: 877-773-2123 Campbellsville, KY 42719 www.besam-usa.com Phone: 270-465-8135 | Fax: 270-465-6839 Besam provides a complete line of entrance solutions Toll Free: 800-467-8135 which includes automatic sliding, swinging and revolving www.cvilleindustries.com doors as well as manual doors for ICU/CCU rooms. Besam Campbellsville Industries is the oldest and largest steeple also conducts AIA accredited presentations. Contact our and cupola manufacturer in the United States, having over architectural SpecDesk for nationwide assistance on design 16,000 installations throughout the U.S. and Canada, and questions, plan review and customized specification has been in business continuously for 53 years. Custom development. fabrication as well as stock designs are available. Products include: steeples, cupolas, clock towers, domes, cornices, canopies, balustrade railing, aluminum picket rail, finials, columns, louvers, street clocks, free-standing towers, weathervanes, and urns.


Carfaro Aluminum Railing & Fencing....... 828 CETCO.................................................. 1004 Comac Corporation, Inc.......................... 726 2075 E. State Street Hamilton Twp, NJ 08619 Phone: 609-890-6600-23 | Fax: 609-890-7522 Toll Free: 800-467-8432 www.carfaro.com Custom-fabricated, punched and welded aluminum systems of superior structural integrity – all railings exceed National Construction Code requirements. Environmentally-friendly Green Process. May contribute to satisfying Credit 4 and 5 under LEED. Low-maintenance AAMA 2604 or 2605 powder coated finish. Easy to install. Innovative design.

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Commercial Products Group.................... 713 815 Kimberly Dr

ChemTec Int’l, Inc................................. 1039 Carol Stream, IL 60188 7771 Woodstone Drive Suite 100 Cincinnati, OH 45244-2855 Phone: 513-474-2090 | Fax: 513-474-2054 Toll Free: 888-889-7779 www.concretesealer.net ChemTec One High performance Concrete protection. for use on concrete floors, Bridge Decks, Load Ramps parking Garages. The only reactive silicate densifier in the world that meets Ohio, Illinois & North Carolina DOT Spec. for use on Bridge Decks & Structures

Claridge Products and Equipment, Inc..... 411 601 Hwy 62 & 65 South

Centria................................................ 1043 Harrison, AR 72601 1005 Beaver Grade Road Moon Township, PA 15108 Phone: 412-299-8000 Fax: 412-299-8317 www.centria.com CENTRIA is a leading manufacturer of architectural metal panel systems used in new and retrofit commercial construction projects. Products include factory-foamed, insulated metal wall and roof systems, field-assembled metal panels, aluminum composite panels and standing seam roof systems. CENTRIA combines engineering expertise, fabrication capabilities, and practical construction experience to meet the aesthetic and functional challenges facing building owners, architects, engineers, and contractors.

PO Box 8287 Warwick, RI 02888 | Canada Phone: 450-659-9899-232 | Fax: 450-659-3412 Toll Free: 800-977-5306 www.comaccorporation.com Booth # 3158 Comac Corporation Introduces - Comac brings you new technologies and design in modular and high-powered hand dryers. Our new lines include the world’s first modular dryer, the sleek Comac ONE, and the high powered, eco friendly Comac Blast. WE...DRY... HARDER...

Phone: 800-624-8642 | Fax: 866-466-9335 www.commercialproductsgroup.com The Commercial Products Group of Hart & Cooley manufactures AMPCO flue and grease vent systems, including AL29-4C systems; Milcor Access Doors, Roof Access Hatches, and Heat & Smoke Vents; Portals Plus unique problem-solving roof flashing products and roof drains; Roof Products & Systems (RPS) custommanufactured rooftop curbs and support systems; and Ward Industries duct connection systems, duct accessories, dampers, and hanger systems.

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7167 Route 353 Cattaraugus, NY 14141 Phone: 716-257-3475 | Fax: 716-257-9114 www.compositepanelsolutions.com Composite Panel Solutions (formerly CATTCO USA, Inc.) manufactures a variety of strong, lightweight composite building panels for both interior and exterior use. Our composite panels can be used for walls, ceilings, floors, displays, counter tops, column covers and numerous other Cold Spring Granite Company................. 818 applications. Choose from an infinite number of facing and core materials to meet your needs for structural integrity, 17482 Granite West Road beauty and performance. Cold Spring, MN 56320 Phone: 870-743-2200 | Fax: 870-743-1908 www.claridgeproducts.com Claridge Products & Eq. manufactures a complete line of school and office products, consisting of visual display boards, display cases, trophy cases,bulletin board cabinet s,directories,markerwalls,lecture units,projection screens and other classroom and office products equipment.

Phone: 320-685-3621 Fax: 320-685-8490 Toll Free: 800-551-7502 www.coldspringgranite.com As an integrated quarrier and fabricator of granite and CertainTeed Corporation........................ 935 limestone we control the source of material; allowing 750 E Swedesford Rd for demanding schedules and ensuring a consistent Valley Forge, PA 19482 and quality product. Extensive services include project Phone: 610-341-6832 management, drafting, a variety of finishes and more Fax: 610-254-5403 – delivered by a Cold Spring Granite team charged with Toll Free: 800-233-8990 being your project’s advocate. www.certainteed.com Through the responsible development of innovative and sustainable building products and systems, building professionals trust CertainTeed for quality made certain, satisfaction guaranteed. CertainTeed, which has helped shape the building products industry for more than 100 years, is today North America’s leading brand of exterior and interior building products. Visit us at www. certainteed.com.

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P.O. Box 7000 Carlisle, PA 17013 Phone: 717-245-7000 | Fax: 717-245-7245 Toll Free: 800-479-6832 www.carlisleconstructionmaterials.com Carlisle Construction Materials (CCM) is a diversified manufacturer of premium roofing and waterproofing products for the commercial building industry. Carlisle has been a recognized leader in the roofing industry for nearly half a century, offering high-performance single-ply roofing solutions that include EPDM, TPO, PVC and roof garden systems. Carlisle also offers a full line of below and above-grade waterproofing and air/vapor barrier products.

2870 Forbs Avenue Hoffman Estates, IL 60192 Phone: 847-392-5800 | Fax: 847-506-6150 www.cetco.com CETCO offers a wide variety of waterproofing technologies for use in protecting the building envelope - above & below grade. From waterproofing membranes to greenroof soil and plants, CETCO’s diverse product offering is designed to accommodate the varied conditions encountered during construction. Whether for new construction or restoration applications, CETCO delivers a complete range of services built around engineering support, technical assistance & custom fit solutions.

CopperPlus™.......................................... 304 1069 Stinson Dr. Reading, PA 19605 Phone: 610-926-4131 | Fax: 610-926-4134 www.heycometals.com CopperPlus (Ref ASTM B506-09) is the original copperclad stainless architectural strip, combining the aesthetic beauty of copper with the benefits of stainless. CopperPlus provides: The corrosion resistance, formability, durability, and integrity of copper. The increased strength, erosion resistance, reduced thermal expansion, and lighter weight of stainless steel.

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Cornell Communications, Inc.................. 724 CSRF/SPECTEXT ®................................... 408 DeHumidification Technologies, L.P......... 561 7915 N 81st Street Milwaukee, WI 53223 Phone: 414-351-4660 | Fax: 800-541-9946 Toll Free: 800-558-8957 www.cornell.com Cornell Communications provides ADA complaint Area of Rescue/Refuge system equipment & Nurse Call communications. Cornell has been providing architects, designers, specifiers, commercial health care & general construction builders with solutions for 30+ years. Cornell also provides an American Inst. of Architects (AIA) certified CEU class on the Area of Rescue/Refuge which qualifies for 1 hour of CEU under the Health & Safety area. The course is FREE. Please call (800) 558-8957 for more info.

PO BOX 926 Bel Air, MD 21014 Phone: 410-838-7525 | Fax: 410-420-2749 Toll Free: 877-773-2898 www.csrf.org SPECTEXT Master Guide Specifications, developed and maintained by The Construction Sciences Research Foundation, helps the designer to make conscious choices which help yield the end-result your clients expect. SPECTEXT’s clear, concise, consistent and easy-to-use specifications provide your firm with a solid foundation to create and maintain a customized office master or an efficient cost effective method to generate well-written, consistent, professional specifications project after project.

6609 Avenue U Houston, TX 77011 Phone: 713-939-1166 | Fax: 713-939-1186 www.rentdh.com Dh Tech has used temporary dehumidifiers and temperature control equipment in the construction industry to: Decrease concrete drying time; Speed up production for taping, mudding and painting; Maintain proper conditions of hard wood installation; Dry out building material before completion of project; Provide proper temperatures for adequate testing in building; Avoid curving and cupping of ceiling tiles; Reduce moisture in buildings to aid in preventing mold growth plus additional capabilities.

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Cornell Iron Works................................. 916 Custom Building Products...................... 729 Delaware Quarries, Inc........................... 307

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24 Elmwood Avenue Mountain Top, PA 18707 Phone: 570-474-6773 | Fax: 570-474-9973 Toll Free: 800-233-8366 www.cornelliron.com Founded in 1828, Cornell manufactures a complete line of Closure Products including rolling service doors, fire-rated doors, security grille and closure products for emergency response, code compliance, access control, security and environmental separation. Nationally supplied through authorized installing distributors. ISO 9001:2000 certified, Cornell provides exceptional product quality, design flexibility, LEED® compliance and superior support services.

13001 Seal Beach Boulevard Seal Beach, CA 90740 Phone: 562-598-8808-274 | Fax: 562-598-4008 www.custombuildingproducts.com Custom Building Products is the Leading Provider of Tile and Stone Installation Systems for Surface Prep, Setting, Grouting and Care in North America. Now introducing Custom’s TVIS™, complete solutions for the Installation of manufactured stone, masonry veneer and veneer panels.

6603 Route 202 New Hope, PA 18938 Phone: 215-862-1670 | Fax: 215-862-1685 Toll Free: 800-448-7866 www.delawarequarries.com Building and Landscaping Stone Materials Thin/Thick Veneer Gravels Boulder Steppers Flagstone Pool Coping Wallstone

DeSavino and Sons, Inc......................... 1035 DACS, Inc............................................. 1011 1003 Underwood Road 900 Port Centre Parkway Portsmouth, VA 23704 Phone: 866-400-8107 Fax: 866-401-8107 www.dacsinc.com Manufacturer’s of steel roof and floor decks.

Olyphant, PA 18447 Phone: 570-833-3988 | Fax: 575-393-9461 www.desavino.com Cosella-Dorken Products, Inc.................. 858 DeSavino and Sons Inc. was established in 1954 and 4655 Delta Way incorporated in 1990.We are family owned and managed. Beamsville, ON L0R 1B4 Canada Our company has been serving the commercial market, Phone: 905-563-3255 | Fax: 905-563-5582 primarily in education, with solid surface and stone www.deltams.com Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc................... 528 products for window sill, countertops and other horizontal surfaces. We are proud to offer major Division 10 products DELTA® Moisture Protection Systems for Building Healthier PO Box 137 such as quality built HDPE toilet compartments, storage Homes. Cosella-Dörken manufactures foundation Warsaw, IN 46581-0137 lockers and benches. As well we can provide acrylic cast protection systems, ventilated rainscreens and weather Phone: 574-267-8101 | Fax: 574-267-7804 shower bases. resistive barriers that effectively waterproof, relieve Toll Free: 800-622-3737 hydrostatic pressures, add capillary breaks and redirect www.da-lite.com water away from commercial and residential below grade Detex.................................................... 416 Founded in 1909, Da-Lite Screen Company is the leading foundations and above grade exterior walls. DELTA®-MS, 302 Detex Drive producer of high quality commercial and residential DELTA®-DRAIN, DELTA®-FL, DELTA®-FOOTING BARRIER, New Braunfels, TX 78130 projection screens worldwide. With headquarters in DELTA®-ROOF UNDERLAYMENTS, DELTA®-WRB and DELTA®Phone: 800-729-3839 | Fax: 830-620-6711 Warsaw, Indiana and additional operations in the U.S. DRY. Toll Free: 800-729-3839 and Europe, Da-Lite manufactures projection screens and accessories for Fortune 500 companies, entertainment and www.detex.com CSI................................................ 535 , 733 broadcast networks, education systems and governments. Detex Corporation manufactures premier electrified 110 South Union Street, Suite 100 security door hardware for healthcare, transportation, Today Da-Lite’s proprietary screen technologies are Alexandria, VA 22314 education and commercial enterprises. Our ability to specified for the most demanding installations. Phone: 703-684-0300 | Fax: 703-684-0465 provide customized and integrated door security systems Toll Free: 800-689-2900 DeAcero................................................ 563 (EasyKits) allows our customers to easily specify and assure www.csinet.org the level of security they want for each project. Ave Lazaro Cardenas #2333 CSI is a national association dedicated to creating Garza Garcia, NL 66269 | Mexico standards & formats to improve construction documents Phone: 035-800-332-2376-1892 | Fax: 035-800-851-7811 DJA Imports........................................... 317 & project delivery. CSI members are a cross section of 1672 E. 233rd. St reet Toll Free: 8003322376 specifiers, architects, engineers, contractors & building Bronx, NY 10466 www.designmasterfence.com materials suppliers. CSI is known for its certification & Phone: 718-324-6871 Designmaster Fence is a welded wire fencing system for continuing education programs and technical products www.djaimports.com residential, commercial and industrial fencing projects. including GreenFormat, MasterFormat, Section/ D.J.A. Imports is a full service, one stop ornamental steel It is available in different heights and colors. Product PageFormat and UniFormat. features: strong, long lasting, easy to install and aesthetic. and hardware supplier. Applicable for LEED points.


Door and Hardware Systems, Inc............. 863 Dur-A-Flex, Inc....................................... 332 Eljen Corporation................................... 549 17 Silver Street Rochester, NY 14611 Phone: 585-235-8543 | Fax: 585-235-0431 Toll Free: 800-836-8085 www.dhsi-seal.com DHSI patented sound and smoke/fire seals, door bottoms and transition strips have the highest field verified STC ratings. The industry’s only warranted system that meets all NFPA 2007 inspection guidelines. Ask for details. Also, the traditional privacy door guard in hotels is now unacceptable but DHSI has a patented product solution.

95 Goodwin Street East Hartford, CT 06108 Phone: 860-528-9838 Fax: 860-528-2802 Toll Free: 800-528-2802 www.dur-a-flex.com Our versatile seamless flooring and wall applications provide improved safety, minimum downtime, easy maintenance and long lasting performance along with decorative and moisture risk reducing options.

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10 North Main Street #216 West Hartford, CT 06107 Phone: 860-232-0077 | Fax: 860-232-0167 Eljen.com Eljen Geotextile Sand Filter (GSF), no aggregate passive alternative treatment/disposal leach field, MASSTC dataGSF treatment < than 5BOD 5TSS, with 12” of sand. Many state approvals at 50-60% reduction over aggregate septic fields. Retains effectiveness indefinitely. 50,000+ installations, 20 years. Eljen Prefabricated Drainage System (PDS) for retaining walls, trenches, lower total costs than Durapax................................................ 324 other PDS products, an edge drain for roads. Website eljen. com. Dow Building Solutions.......................... 329 400 Old Reading Pike, Suite 304 200 Larkin Ctr Pottstown, PA 19464 Elliott-Lewis ......................................... 869 Midland, MI 48674 Phone: 610-579-9075 2900 Black Lake Place Phone: 989-636-0351 Fax: 610-323-0115 Philadelphia, PA, 19154 Fax: 989-636-3677 www.durapax.com Phone: 215-698-4448 www.dowbuildingsolutions.com Durapax specializes in coal tar built-up roofing and Fax: 215-698-4436 With the invention of its flagship STYROFOAM Insulation, waterproofing systems and materials including: coal tar Dow began planting seeds for today’s energy-efficient pitch, coal tar saturated organic felts, coal tar coated glass www.elliottlewis.com green designs with insulation, innovative systems and a fiber felts, and coal tar maintenance products. Durapax’s growing portfolio of solutions for foundations, walls and coal tar roofing systems carry comprehensive warranties Emseal Joint Systems Ltd........................ 440 roofs. Today, Dow continues to leverage building science and are manufactured to meet ASTM specifications. 25 Bridle Lane expertise and applies a systematic approach to developing Westborough, MA 01581 integrated systems and product solutions to help optimize Duro-Last, Inc........................................ 911 Phone: 508-836-0280 | Fax: 508-836-0281 building performance, maximize energy efficiency, www.emseal.com 525 Morley Drive manage moisture and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. EMSEAL Joint Systems, Ltd. manufactures watertight Saginaw, MI 48601 preformed expansion joints used in building and facility Phone: 989-753-6486 | Fax: 989-753-8392 Draper, Inc............................................ 917 www.duro-last.com construction including stadiums, hospitals, schools, 411 South Pearl Streetg parking structures, airports, malls and other commercial Since 1978, Duro-Last Roofing, Inc. has manufactured a Spiceland, IN 47385 custom-prefabricated, reinforced, thermoplastic single-ply and public sector developments. Exterior and interior Phone: 317-987-7999 | Fax: 317-987-1742 roofing system that is ideal for commercial, industrial, flat products ensure that expansion gaps are watertight, www.draperinc.com or low-sloped applications. The virtually maintenance-free energy efficient, and suppress sound. Product features now include trafficability, UL-certified fire-ratings, tamperDraper is the first and only gym equipment manufacturer Duro-Last roofing system is energy-efficient, leak-proof, resistant surfaces, and non-invasive installation. to offer GREENGUARD-certified products including wall resistant to chemicals, fire and high winds, and is easily pads and gym divider curtain materials. We also offer installed by authorized contractors without disruption to GREENGUARD window shades and projection screen daily operations. Energy Innovations LLC.......................... 768 viewing surfaces. 761 Mountain Road Dyson Airblade...................................... 657 Pine Grove, PA 17963 Phone: 240-367-6063 DuPont................................................. 753 600 W Chicago Avenue Suite 275 Toll Free: 877-674-7658 4417 Lancaster Pike Chicago, IL 60657 Wilmington, DE 19805 We are excited to introduce PA to a new energy-saving Phone: 312-706-2256 product “The In’flector” which not only saves you the cost Phone: 302-999-5707 www.dysonairblade.com of replacing your windows but does much more than a Fax: 302-999-6536 The Dyson Airblade™ hand dryer works in just 12 seconds window will ever do for you! The In’flector is a see-through Toll Free: 800-448-9835 – scraping water from hands like a windshield wiper. attachment or blind system which will prevent heat www.tyvek.com It’s the fastest hand dryer, powered by the unique Dyson digital motor. A HEPA filter cleans the air before blowing it gain through windows in the summer. In the winter it The DuPont™ Tyvek® weatherization system consists onto hands, so it’s also hygienic. And it uses up to 80% less will prevent heat from escaping the interior space while of Tyvek® CommercialWrap®, Tyvek® StuccoWrap®, energy than warm air hand dryers. Dyson B2B, Inc.1-888- collecting heat from the sun, turning your windows into a Tyvek® HomeWrap®, DuPont™ FlexWrap™, DuPont™ heat source! DYSON-AB www.dysonairblade.com StraightFlash™, Tyvek® Tape, and Tyvek® Fasteners. This integrated system provides the industry with the best combination of air, water, and moisture management Electro-Mech Scoreboard Co................... 467 Englert, Inc........................................... 762 properties in commercial installations. 1200 Amboy Avenue 120 Industrial Parkway Perth Amboy, NJ 08861 Wrightsville, GA 31096 Phone: 732-826-8614 Phone: 800-455-7846 | Fax: 478-864-0212 Fax: 732-826-8865 www.electro-mech.com www.englertinc.com Supplier of Scoreboards, Electronic Message Centers and Englert offers a complete line of standing seam metal Video display boards. roofing systems, rollforming machines and gutter systems including LeafGuard, RainPro and Gutter Tunnel.

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Epic Metals Corp..................................... 614 Fiberweb/Typar Weather Forbo Linoleum, Inc............................... 757 Protection System............................... 1025 PO Box 667 11 Talbot Avenue 70 Old Hickory Boulevard Old Hickory, TN 37138 Phone: 615-847-7000 Fax: 615-847-7068 Toll Free: 800-284-2780 www.typar.com Typar® HouseWrap, the foundation for the Typar® Weather Protection System, provides the perfect balance of water/air holdout and MVT. Backed by a 10-Year Limited Warranty, the System includes: Typar® brand MetroWrap, StormWrap, Peel & Stick Flashing, Flashing Flex, Flashing RA, Construction Tape and RoofWrap 30. Call 800-284ESCA Soda Blast..................................... 868 2780 or visit typar.com. P.O. Box 429 Fireline 520........................................... 555 Hatfield, PA 19440 2225 kenmore Ave Suite 100-104 Phone: 215-723-9000 Buffalo, NY 14207 www.escasodablast.com Phone: 716-332-4699 | Fax: 716-873-1839 Established in 1984, ESCA Soda Blast specializes in www.fire-barriers.com providing silica-free abrasive blasting products and services for commercial and industrial applications, Fireline 520, fire barriers for architectural expansion including all types of surface preparation and rust, paint joints, factory assembled for new construction or retrofit. and coating removal solutions. Installs from top or bottom of slab, from 2” thru 32,” designed to save on installation labor cost. New water Excel Dryer, Inc...................................... 428 guard series,fire barriers with built-in water protection & drainage. Patented factory assembled directional changes. 357 Chestnut Street Compatible with most surface mounted top seals. www. East Longmeadow, MA 01028 fire-barriers.com Phone: 413-525-4531

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Rankin, PA 15104 Phone: 412-351-3913 | Fax: 412-351-2018 Toll Free: 877-696-3742 www.epicmetals.com For over 40 years, Epic Metals Corporation continues to be the innovative leader in the design/production of structural long-span acoustical roof deck and composite floor deck ceiling systems. Product lines address architectural applications, spans up to 55 feet, and acoustic control. Systems include Epicore®, Wideck®, Archdeck®, and Envista®.

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Hazleton, PA 18202 Phone: 570-459-0771 | Fax: 570-450-0229 Toll Free: 800-842-7839 www.forboflooringna.com Forbo Flooring is the world’s largest manufacturer of linoleum products. Linoleum products are made of linseed oil, rosins, wood flour and finely ground limestone calendared onto a jute backing (polyester backing for tiles). Forbo floor coverings have excellent performance characteristics when installed by a Forbo Master Mechanic and maintained properly, in accordance with Forbo’s recommended maintenance instructions.

Foundations Worldwide, Inc................... 949 7001 Wooster Pike Medina, OH 44256 Phone: 330-722-5033 | Fax: 330-722-5037 Toll Free: 877-716-2757 www.foundations.com Foundations(r) offers the broadest range of changing stations available to accommodate every budget, application and facility. Our complete line includes polyethylene, clad, full stainless steel, and special needs units. Accessories include wall seat, diaper dispenser, diaper kits, liner dispenser, and sanitary changing station liners.

Fax: 413-525-2853 Toll Free: 800-255-9235 www.exceldryer.com XLERATOR® hand dryer, The New Industry Standard, completely dries hands in 10 to 15 seconds and uses 80% less energy than traditional hand dryers. XLERATOR® delivers a 95% cost savings vs. paper towels and eliminates their maintenance while creating a more hygienic restroom environment. XLERATOR® is the only hand dryer to be MADE IN USA Certified, the first hand dryer to achieve GreenSpec® approval and also helps facilities qualify for LEED® credits by the U.S. Green Building Council.

GAF Materials Corporation...................... 613 Firestone Building Products................... 805 1361 Alps Road

Roseville, MN 55113 Phone: 651-225-6952 fabricstructuresassociation.org/ The Fabric Structures Association exists to promote the use and growth of fabric structures and to represent the interests and concerns of the fabric structures industry in the Americas.

Geiger................................................. 1034 Flex Membrane International................. 441 1111 Street Road Suite 203

250 West 96th Street Indianapolis, IN 46260 Phone: 317-575-7000 Fax: 317-575-7100 www.firestonebpco.com Firestone Building Products Company manufactures and markets a comprehensive line of single-ply, asphalt-based and metal roofing systems, insulation and accessory products for commercial roofing applications. With headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana, Firestone operates twenty-two manufacturing facilities in North America and Fabric Structures................................. 1033 sells its products worldwide through a network of roofing contractors, distributors and field sales representatives. 1801 County Road B West 2670 Leiscz’s Bridge Road Suite 400 Leesport, PA 19533 Phone: 610-916-9500 Fax: 610-916-9501 Toll Free: 800-969-0108 www.flexroofingsystems.com Flex Membrane International offers Thermoplastic Single Ply and Multi-Ply Roofing Systems based on DuPont Elvaloy KEE. Specializing in Cool Roof Solutions and Green Roof Applications.

Wayne, NJ 07470 Phone: 973-628-3000 Fax: 973-628-3865 Toll Free: 800-365-7353 www.gaf.com GAF Materials Corporation has grown to be one of the largest building products companies in North America, with sales approaching $3 billion annually. Its products include a comprehensive portfolio of steep-slope roofing systems (marketed under the GAF-Elk brand), low slope roofing systems (marketed under the GAF brand), and premium composite decking systems.

Southampton, PA 18966 Phone: 215-494-0008 | Fax: 215-494-0045 www.geiger.com


General Glass International.................. 1010 Grace Construction Products................... 523 Henry Company..................................... 919 101 Venture Way Secaucus, NJ 07094 Phone: 201-553-1850 | Fax: 201-553-1851 Toll Free: 800-431-2042 www.generalglass.com General Glass features Alice™ the digital, direct-to-glass printing technology that allows custom, multi-colored designs to be printed on glass quickly, permanently and cost-effectively. Printing is possible on many types of glass, including decorative & specialty glass, in a multitude of applications. GGI serves the architectural, design, and glazing contracting communities with a wide array of fine glass products including curtain walls, decorative glass, fire-rated glass & picture glass.

62 Whittemore Avenue Cambridge, MA 02140 Phone: 617-498-4434 Fax: 617-489-4314 www.graceconstruction.com Grace Construction Products is a leading global manufacturer of a wide range of innovative specialty construction products and services including: air and vapor barriers, structural waterproofing systems, roofing underlayments, flexible flashings, fire protection products, concrete admixtures and fibers, cement processing additives and concrete masonry products.

Phone: 201-386-8110

Glidden Professional Paints.................... 453 GS Window Systems............................... 444 Fax: 201-386-8115 15885 West Sprague Road Strongsville, OH 44136 Phone: 614-298-1854 Fax: 614-421-4361 www.gliddenprofessional.com Part of AkzoNobel, world leader in decorative coatings, Glidden Professional™ is committed to reducing impact on the planet and delivering sustainable products and solutions to our customers. That’s why we’ve integrated sustainability into every area of our business - for the benefit of our clients, shareholders and employees around the world. With tools and services to inspire you, Glidden Professional™ is your best choice for the environment and your business. Imagine your business tomorrow™

280 Park Avenue #16M New York, NY 10010 | Italy Phone: 390456350155 www.gastaldellosistemi.it We are presenting the EUOROline series of aluminum profiles for windows, doors, and curtain wall. Our systems are very high quality and provide substantial energy savings due to the advanced technology of our thermal break profiles. Our design team works with clients to provide the best standard or custom solution for the project.

www.hycrete.com Regular concrete absorbs water and anything dissolved in it. With Hycrete’s solutions, concrete becomes hydrophobic concrete, keeping water out. Protective barriers are formed around rebar, resulting in highly effective corrosion inhibition. And with our world-class field service, waterproof concrete becomes waterproof construction, eliminating the need for membranes. Finally, our products are Cradle to Cradle™ certified, adhering to the highest standard for sustainable materials.

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909 N. Sepulveda Boulevard, Suite 650 El Segundo, CA 90245 Phone: 310-955-9200 Fax: 310-640-7663 Toll Free: 800-598-7663 www.henry.com Henry Company is the leading innovator of Building Envelope Systems(R) and understands the principles of integrating Air and Vapor Barrier, Roofing and Waterproofing Systems to ensure superior building performance. From rooftop to foundation, Henry professionals offer designers, contractors and building owners a combination of technical experience and a Grove Structural Shims........................... 860 commitment to provide quality products. 17 Marguerite Avenue Georgia Pacific Corporation.................... 432 Leominster, MA 01453 Hollow Metal Manufacturers Association..................... 909 133 Peachtree Street NE Phone: 978-534-5188 800 Roosevelt Road Bldg. C, Suite 312 Atlanta, GA 30303 Fax: 978-840-4130 Glen Ellyn, IL 60137 Phone: 404-652-3277 | Fax: 404-230-7052 www.groveproductsinc.com Phone: 630-942-6591 | Fax: 630-790-3095 www.gpdens.com Founded in 1962, Grove Structural Shims, located in www.hollowmetal.org Georgia-Pacific Gypsum Dens™ Brand fiberglass mat Leominster, MA, manufactures, stocks and distributes gypsum panels provide both moisture forgiveness and Representing manufacturers of hollow metal doors and a full line of rugged, inexpensive, convenient leveling the possibility of re-sequencing the construction process. frames including fire-rated assemblies and specialty doors. and alignment aids for the glass, concrete and general Georgia-Pacific produces the only full line of fiberglass Publishers of standards, specifications and technical notes construction industries, including flat, wedge and mat gypsum panels, all of which are GREENGUARD for industry products. U-shaped injection-molded plastic shims as well as Indoor Air Quality® Certified for low VOC emissions and/ stackable universal shim plates. In addition to standard or GREENGUARD listed as microbial resistant. Visit us as shapes and sizes, Grove Structural Shims can create custom Hycrete, Inc........................................... 305 www.gpdens.com or call 800-225-6119 for technical configurations, sizes, shapes and colors to meet many 462 Barell Avenue information. specific application requirements. Carlstadt, NJ 07072

Hyload Flashing System......................... 838 Gym Floor Inspectors............................ 1013 5020 Panther Pkwy

7661 N Pinesview drive Scottsdale, AZ 85258 Global Partitions................................... 515 Phone: 480-361-5494 2171 Liberty Hill Road www.gymfloorinspectors.com Eastanollee, GA 30538 Gym Floor Inspectors LLC. is an independent gym floor Phone: 706-827-2700 | Fax: 706-827-2710 consultant. We inspect problem gym floors to locate www.globalpartitions.com the trouble and offer solutions. We can oversee the corrective measures needed to be taken to insure a quality Global Partitions is recognized as the premiere installation. manufacturer and supplier of toilet partitions, shower dividers and dressing partitions. Global offers a full range of styles, hardware and material options including powder coated steel, stainless steel, plastic laminate, phenolic and solid plastic.

Seville, OH 44273 Phone: 330-334-5022 | Fax: 330-336-5512 Toll Free: 800-457-4056 www.hyloadflashing.com The Hyload Cloaked Flashing System provides three unique membranes for today’s varied construction situations. To assist the mason, Hyload provides three-dimensional shapes (Cloaks) for watertight detailing. Hyload’s UV stable membranes are compatible with silicone and urethane sealants and available in gray, tan, white and black for DRIP edge mortar match.

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IB Roof Systems..................................... 652 InPro Corporation.................................. 629 ISOTEX................................................... 853

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2877 Chad Drive Eugene, OR 97408 Phone: 541-242-2871 | Fax: 541-302-6692 Toll Free: 800-426-1626 www.ibroof.com IB Roof Systems provides high performance PVC singleply. Training is provided at no-cost and installation demonstrations can be arranged. Instruction videos are produced in English and Spanish for proper training. Our in house technical, marketing and sales staff provides quality service to aid your business growth. IB Roof Systems… Expect More.

Via D’Este 5/7-5/8 Poviglio, Reggio Emilia 42028 | Italy Phone: 0039.0522.965555 | Fax: 0039.0522.965500 www.blocchiisotex.com Wood-cement formwork blocks for bearing outside walls and floor slabs with high thermo acoustic insulation.

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One Gateway Boulevard Pedricktown, NJ 08067 Fax: 856-299-4344 Toll Free: 800-257-7827 www.jeberkowitz.com ICELOC................................................... 666 JE Berkowitz is a leading fabricator of architectural glass 1122 Central Ave SW Insulation Solutions, Inc......................... 404 and hardware. Our expertise is insulating, heat-treated, Albuquerque, NM 87102 401 Truck Haven Road silkscreen and spandrel, laminated, all-glass doors and Phone: 505-975-1633 | Fax: 505-244-9113 East Peoria, IL 61611 entrances, point-supported systems, canopies, acoustical www.iceloc.com Phone: 309-698-0062 | Fax: 309-698-0065 and handrails. We are certified with the International Toll Free: 866-698-6562 Quality and Service Standards set out by ISO 9001-2008. ICE-LOC is a new product guaranteed to prevent frozen www.insulationsolutions.com JEB offers unique solutions for the building community, water lines from rupturing under freezing conditions. while promoting eco-friendly products and delivering ICE-LOC is a proprietary dense sponge tubing that is Insulation Solutions, Inc. manufactures cutting edge systems that contribute to LEED certification. inserted in water lines. When water freezes, ice expands, insulation, building products and accessories for a the expansion is absorbed into the ICE-LOC tubing and variety of industries. The design and ingenuity of these the water lines will never rupture. ICE-LOC product is products reflects our mission: to change everyday building Jerith Mfg Co., Inc.................................. 866 composed of FDA approved material, NSF ANSI 61 Certified challenges into practical solutions using science, research, 14400 McNulty Road and independently tested at the U.S. Department of and technology. ISI is committed to forming partnerships Philadelphia, PA 19154 Energy, Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, NM. with our customers and suppliers in order to continuously Phone: 215-676-4068 | Fax: 215-676-9756 develop new products and improve existing product lines. Toll Free: 800-344-2242

Industrial Building Panels...................... 958 1090 Chicago Road Troy, MI 48083 Phone: 248-588-4710 | Fax: 248-585-8909 www.ibpcustompanels.com Industrial Building Panels is a manufacturer and installer of metal wall panel systems. As a custom house, celebrating our fifth decade, IBP will work with you to give you exactly what you need to bring your design to life. Our goal is to work with the architect to attain powerful options that can be fully employed. Industrial Building Panels turns your architectural vision into a reality by offering custom design options and applications of infinite variety.

Innerface Architectural Signage, Inc....... 430 5849 Peachtree Road Atlanta, GA 30341 Phone: 770-921-5566 | Fax: 770-279-1327 Toll Free: 800-445-4796 www.innerfacesign.com With over 39 years of experience, INNERFACE Architectural Signage, Inc. offers turnkey design, wayfinding, fabrication and installation of interior and exterior sign systems and interactive touchscreen information systems.

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S80 W18766 Apollo Drive Muskego, WI 53150 Phone: 262-679-9010 Fax: 262-679-9127 Toll Free: 800-222-5556 www.inprocorp.com InPro Corporation is the premier BIM-ready manufacturer of building products, offering the most choices and best service in door and wall protection, decorative surfaces, expansion joint systems, cubicle track & privacy curtains and signage & wayfinding. Enter the BIM with Rims™ sweepstakes for your chance to win a Harley Davidson® motorcycle!

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International Cellulose Corp................... 469 Alternatives to chain link fence in the form of Ornamental 12315 Robin Blvd Houston, TX 77045 Phone: 713-433-6701 | Fax: 713-433-2029 Toll Free: 800-444-1252-4718 www.spray-on.com Leading manufacturer of spray-applied acoustical and thermal products that are manufactured from a minimum 80% recycled materials. Our products contribute to the LEED Points System. Class 1, Class A Fire Rating.

Intertape Polymer Group..................... 1046 3647 Cortez R Bradenton, FL 34210 Phone: 941-735-7500 | Fax: 941-727-3579 www.itape.com Intertape Polymer Group manufactures a variety of building products that provide solutions for building weatherization, sustainability, and other construction related challenges. Categories include High Performance Weather Resistive Barriers, Roofing Underlayment, Under Slab Vapor Retarders, HVAC Duct Sealing Products, Construction Site Identification and Safety, and much more. Markets served include non-residential and residential construction…better products, better buildings

Welded Wire sections and Ornamental aluminum fences

Julius Blum Co., Inc................................ 413 P.O. Box 816 Carlstadt, NJ 07072 Phone: 800-526-6293 | Fax: 201-438-6003 www.juliusblum.com Julius Blum Co. Inc., is the nation’s leading supplier of architectural metal components. Visit our booth to receive your free copy of our hardcover 100th anniversary catalog and to see our large selection of traditional and contemporary handrail fittings, elevator cab components, and tubing bars and shapes. All items shown are carried in stock for immediate shipment.

Kemiko Concrete Stains.......................... 745 13240 Barton Circle Whittier, CA 90605-3254 Phone: 562-946-8781 | Fax: 562-944-9958 www.kemiko.com Kemiko Decorative & Industrial Coatings used on interior/ exterior concrete creates concrete slabs into luxurious floors resembling marble/glazed or natural stone. Kemiko stains are LEED compliant, available in eight colors and are top-coated with Kemiko’s full line of sealers, Industrial Coatings–Epoxies/Polyurethanes / Polyaspartics, Waxes– Solvent/Water Based, and Instant UV Cured Coatings (RapidShield®). Epmar also manufactures FLEXIBLE SEAL, a solvent based, paintable elastomeric sealant.


Key Resin Company................................ 316 Kone Elevators Escalators....................... 723 Lapeyre Stair......................................... 412 4050 Clough Woods Drive Batavia, OH 45103 Phone: 888-943-4532 Fax: 513-943-4255 Toll Free: 888-943-4532 www.keyresin.com International Manufacturer of Fluid-Applied Resin Flooring consisting of Epoxy, Urethane, Urethane Cement and Acrylic (MMA) Resins. LEED Qualified “Green” Materials with Zero or Low VOC and Recycled Content. Specific systems include Epoxy Terrazzo, Epocon SL Moisture Vapor Control, Methyl Methacrylate (MMA), Conductive and ESD Systems, Elastomeric Decking, Key Lastic SQT Rubber Chip System, High-build Epoxy and Urethane Coating Systems for Floors and Walls.

4225 Naperville Rd. Suite 400 Lisle, IL 60532 Phone: 309-764-6771 | Fax: 309-743-5469 Toll Free: 800-956-5663 www.kone.com KONE is a world-leading manufacturer of sustainable, energy-efficient elevators, escalators and autowalks. KONE is a service company known worldwide as a technology leader with the most innovative products and service methods in the elevator and escalator industry. For the latest product information and interactive design tools visit www.kone.com.

Kwik-Wall............................................ 1016 LATICRETE International, Inc................... 643

9611 E. RL Thornton Dallas, TX 75228 Phone: 214-876-0696 | Fax: 866-597-5285 www.kingmetals.com For 3 generations King has been a leader in the distribution of ornamental, decorative and light structural metal components to all corners of North America.

Kingspan Insulated Panels................... 1012 726 Summerhill Drive Deland, FL 32724 | Canada Phone: 905-760-1265 Fax: 905-738-9104 Toll Free: 866-442-3594 www.kingspanpanels.us Kingspan insulated panels are not only aesthetically pleasing but as recent study indicates the most sustainable building envelope solution in terms of energy efficiency, durability and cost. A single component energy efficient solution with a high continuous R–value of 7.6 per inch, eliminating thermal bridging. Engineered rainscreen joints provide weather and air tight barrier with mold growth resistance. Shortens construction time by up to 50% over traditional site assembled systems.

L & M Construction Chemicals, Inc........... 521 14851 CALHOUN Road OMAHA, NE 68152 Phone: 402-453-6600 Fax: 402-453-0244 Toll Free: 800-362-3331 www.lmcc.com The FGS PermaShine Dry Concrete Polishing System is available exclusively through L&M Construction Chemicals. FGS PermaShine is GreenSpec LISTED. Learn how to incorporate this high performing System into your next LEED project by stopping by Booth 232 for a copy of the White Paper: Polished Concrete and LEED Certification. Enhance your next project!

1 LATICRETE Park North Bethany, CT 06524 Phone: 203-393-0010-295 Fax: 203-393-1684 Toll Free: 800-243-4788 www.laticrete.com LATICRETE offers an array of low VOC products from waterproofing to crack suppression to thin-bed adhesives to grout, allowing you to breathe easier and safer. Certified by GREENGUARD, LATICRETE green products contribute to LEED, meet commercial/residential low VOC building requirements, and are backed by the most comprehensive warranty in the industry. For over 50 years, LATICRETE has been committed to providing innovative products for tile and stone installations around the world.

Lightning Protection Institute.............. 1053 P.O. Box 99 Maryville, MO 64468 Phone: 660-582-0424 | Fax: 660-582-0430 Toll Free: 800-488-6864 www.lightning.org The Lightning Protection Institute (LPI) is a nationwide not-for profit organization founded in 1955 to promote lightning protection education, awareness and safety. LPI members are dedicated to ensuring today’s lightning protection systems provide the best possible quality in both materials and installation practices.

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1010 E. Edwards Springfield, IL 62703 Kinetics Noise Control............................ 722 Phone: 217-522-5553 | Fax: 217-522-1170 6300 Irelan Place www.kwik-wall.com Dublin, OH 43106 KWIK-WALL is the one-stop solution for cost effective and Phone: 614-889-0480 | Fax: 614-889-0540 flexible space management, providing quality operable Toll Free: 800-959-1229 wall systems. KWIK-WALL manufacturers a wide variety of www.kineticsnoise.com operable wall systems to meet your space requirements, including moveable walls, accordion folding doors, and Kinetics offers a broad range of acoustical treatments and moveable glass walls. Our products are developed to noise control products for all types of buildings. Materials provide easy set up and superior visual and sound privacy. and assemblies enhance room acoustics and reduce noise With KWIK-WALL products you can use the area you have, intrusion. Improve your design with better acoustics. to create the space you need.

King Architectural Metals..................... 1009

P.O. Box 50699 New Orleans, LA 70150 Phone: 504-733-6009 | Fax: 504-733-4393 Toll Free: 800-535-7631 www.lapeyrestair.com Lapeyre Stair manufactures steel stairs for industrial and commercial use. The alternating tread stair is the ideal safety alternative to ship’s ladders and steep stairs. The pre-engineered steel stairs take the hassle out of jobsite stair installation. New products include bolted or welded straight stair systems that meet the IBC/ADA commercial and industrial standards.

Lafarge North America......................... 1005 LOGIX Insulated Concrete Forms.............. 754 12950 Worldgate Drive Herndon, VA 20170 Phone: 703-480-3600 Fax: 703-480-3899 www.lafargenorthamerica.com Lafarge is the largest diversified supplier of construction materials including cement, aggregates, concrete, asphalt and gypsum in the U.S. and Canada.

6829 Dale Road Port Hope, NY 14527 | Canada Phone: 416-686-7878 | Fax: 416-406-2694 www.logixicf.com LOGIX Insulated Concrete Forms make it easy to build green. LOGIX ICF manufactures the widest, most flexible range of ICF products and offers you a wall system that’s quick to build with, energy efficient, sound-insulated, long lasting, and environmentally friendly, with a 4-hour fire rating. LOGIX ICFs promote sustainable green building practices. Come visit us at booth #754 and help us protect our sustainable future. Naturally Green. Naturally Easy. Naturally LOGIX.

Lythic Solutions, Inc............................. 1028 3012 NE Minnehaha Vancouver, WA 98663 Phone: 360-772-2065 | Fax: 360-571-0848 www.lythic.net

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MADCAD.com......................................... 834 Maple Flooring Merchant & Evans, Inc............................ 769 Manufacturers Association..................... 821 308 Connecticut Dr 3000 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite 200 Washington, DC 20008 Phone: 202-265-1940 | Fax: 202-265-1940 Toll Free: 800-798-9296 www.madcad.com Evolution in Code Research MADCAD.com is the first and only eLibrary that provides online access to more than 10,000 cross-referenced codes and standards from ASTM, ASHRAE, ASME, ICC, NFPA and more. Used by top AEC firms, building owners, educational institutions and government agencies, MADCAD.com allows users to search across thousands of codes and standards simultaneously in less than a second. Visit booth 834 to see the evolution in code research and enter raffle to win a DELL Mini 10v Netbook!

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Magnetic Automation Corporation.......... 545 3160 Murrell Road Rockledge, FL 32955 Phone: 321-635-8585 | Fax: 321-635-9449 www.ac-magnetic.com Magnetic Automation Corp. is a global manufacturer of vehicle and pedestrian access gates for any parking, security, pedestrian, and access control application. Our products are highly reliable and therefore greatly reduce maintenance and service cost. As a result our products provide a fast return of investment and low lifecycle cost.

111 Deer Lake Rd Suite 100 Deerfield, IL 60015 Phone: 847-480-9138 | Fax: 847-480-9282 Toll Free: 888-480-9138 www.maplefloor.org The MFMA Sourcebook contains members, technical information, position statements, forms, information on Inspection Services and the New Accredited Installer Program. Stop by booth 1324 to reserve your free copy.

Marble Institute of America.................... 443 28901 Clemens Rd. #100 Cleveland, OH 44145 Phone: 440-250-9222 | Fax: 440-250-9223 www.marble-institute.com The Marble Institute is the world’s largest trade association serving the natural stone industry. It serves as the technical resource for industry professionals and it establishes standards and specifications for the use of stone. MIA promotes natural stone, publishes a consumer magazine, offers business tools, educational programs, publications, videos, and sponsors and facilitates an industry accreditation program. The organization is the key resource for the natural stone industry.

Marvin Windows and Doors.................... 405 Mankato-Kasota Stone, Inc.................... 829 PO Box 100

Warroad, MN 56763 Phone: 218-386-1430 Fax: 218-386-4027 Toll Free: 800-718-3660 www.marvin.com Marvin Windows and Doors is a premier manufacturer of quality wood and clad wood windows and doors. Headquartered in Warroad, MN, Marvin offers the industry’s best selection of sizes, options and custom capabilities to exceed your building and remodeling needs. Each window and door is built around your exact MAPEI Corporation................................. 817 specifications. 1144 E. Newport Center Dr Master Wall, Inc..................................... 839 Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 P.O. Box 397 Phone: 954-246-8888 | Fax: 954-246-8801 Fortson, GA 31808 Toll Free: 800-426-2734 Phone: 706-569-6704 | Fax: 706-569-6704 www.mapei.com www.masterwall.com MAPEI, a global corporation, has been supplying Master Wall Inc. manufactures EIFS, stucco and related residential and major commercial projects with total installation solutions for tile and stone, floor covering, and coatings. decorative concrete as well as concrete restoration for 70 years. Visit our website at www.mapei.com for technical McKeon Door Company........................... 737 information or call 1-800-42-MAPEI (1-800-426-2734) for 44 Sawgrass Drive the nearest location. Bellport, NY 11713 818 N. Willow St. Mankato, MN 56001 Phone: 507-625-2746 Fax: 507-625-2748 www.mankato-kasota-stone.com Mankato Kasota Stone is a quarrier and fabricator od dolomitic limestone. The stone is found in the Minnesota River valleys. The stone composition provides for unique colors and finishes which add distinctiveness to any project.

Phone: 718-965-0700 | Fax: 718-768-3406 Toll Free: 800-266-9392 www.mckeondoor.com McKeon opens doors to design opportunities. McKeon manufactures small and large span opening protectives in fire walls and fire barriers with vertically acting, side acting or horizontal fire and smoke rated doors, with or without egress. McKeon is the leader in specialty fire rated door systems.

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Burlington, NJ 08016 Phone: 609-387-3033 Fax: 609-387-4838 Toll Free: 800-257-6215 www.ziprib.com Merchant and Evans, founded in 1866, has always had metal roofing products as a part of its product offering. Today we offer the Zip-Rib standing seam product, the BD-1520 pan and batten product as well as Zip-Lock and many architectural roof, wall, and soffit products. All of these profiles are offered in steel (Galvalume), aluminum, copper, stainless steel and zinc, all in multiple gauges and widths to meet performance and aesthetic requirements.

Metal Tech-USA...................................... 354 611 Highway 74 South, Suite 900 Peachtree City, GA 30269 Phone: 770-486-8825 | Fax: 770-631-7689 www.metaltech-usa.com MetalTech-USA distributes and fabricates coil, sheet and architectural metal products to contractors and architects. Complete roofing, facade and rainwater systems are available in copper, zinc, stainless steel, aluminum, titanium and more. We produce your job to your specifications, and offer a wide variety of custom surface finishes and perforations. learn more about us at www. metaltech-usa.com.

Metal-Era.............................................. 517 1600 Airport Road Waukesha, WI 53188 Phone: 262-650-6423 | Fax: 262-549-6009 Toll Free: 800-558-2162 www.metalera.com Since 1980, Metal-Era has been committed to unequaled service in the industry & has provided a wide selection of engineered roof edge systems designed to meet the roofing industry’s strictest standards. In 2006 Metal-Era introduced an innovative line of airflow products to provide commercial buildings with proper intake and exhaust venting. Metal-Era employees & its nationwide network of over 350 experienced reps & distributors are dedicated to providing superior products & personalized service.


Miller Edge, Inc...................................... 567 Murus Company..................................... 566 NCARB.................................................. 836 300 N Jennersville Road West Grove, PA 19390 Phone: 602-738-8279 | Fax: 610-869-4422 Toll Free: 800-220-3343 www.milleredge.com As a leading manufacturer of UL325 recognized components, Miller Edge provides the building industry with entrapment protection devices that comply with safety standards for motorized doors and automated gates as required by 2009-IBC. Used to guard against damage, Sensing Edges attach directly to the leading edge of a door or gate and, when activated, send an immediate electrical signal to stop or reverse motion. Miller Edge is committed to safety and education in the building industry, and offers free online or on-site AIA/CES courses that qualify for HSW learning credits.

Mitsubishi Electric................................. 854

1801 K Street NW, Suite 700-K Washington, DC 20006 Phone: 202-783-6500 | Fax: 202-783-0290 www.ncarb.org The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards administers programs you will utilize throughout your path toward becoming an architect: the Intern Development National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC)............................. 616 Program and the Architect Registration Examination. Once you are licensed, you can apply for NCARB certification, 6305 Ivy Lane Suite 140 which will allow you greater mobility in seeking Greenbelt, MD 20770 professional opportunities. For more information go to Phone: 301-589-1776 | Fax: 301-589-3884 www.ncarb.org www.nfrc.org NFRC is a non-profit organization that administers the only uniform, independent rating and labeling system for the energy performance of windows, doors, skylights, and attachment products. Our goal is to provide fair, accurate, and reliable energy performance ratings

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4840 Bob Billings Parkway Lawrence, KS 66049-3862 Phone: 785-843-2444 | Fax: 785-843-7555 Toll Free: 800-557-6957 www.nfba.org NFBA is the non-profit organization representing the post-frame building industry. Post-frame buildings may be designed to meet the highest standards for quality and aesthetic beauty, and are the most efficient and economical choice for most low-rise building applications. Their design efficiency and long-term energy efficiency Mortar Net USA Ltd................................ 646 make them the “greenest” of “green buildings.” For more 326 Melton Road information visit www.postframeadvantage.com. Burns Harbor, IN 46304 Phone: 219-939-3870 | Fax: 219-939-3877 National Gypsum Co............................... 811 www.mortarnet.com 2001 Rexford Road With its patented dovetail design and open-mesh weave, Charlotte, NC 28211 Mortar Net breaks up mortar on two levels, thereby Phone: 704-365-7300 allowing for open-air movement in and out of the cavity, Fax: 704-365-7276 and for moisture to migrate to the weep holes. This www.nationalgypsum.com process ensures walls breathe, drain and dry quickly and National Gypsum Company is a fully integrated building efficiently. products manufacturer and one of the leading gypsum board producers in the world. Gold Bond gypsum board Munters Corporation.............................. 705 features the XP products with mold and moisture 200 Bloomingdale Road resistance, abuse and impact resistance and SoundBreak Glendale Heights, IL 60139 XP. e²XP extended exposure gypsum sheathing panel Phone: 978-241-1122 and e²XP extended exposure shaftliner are the newest Fax: 978-241-1215 introductions. ProForm joint compounds, and PermaBase cement board complete the full product offering. www.munters.us Munters Corporation provides practical solutions to moisture and weather-related problems on all types of National Terrazzo & Mosaic..................... 668 construction sites. Our dehumidification experience comes PO Box 2605 from the water-damage recovery industry and hundreds Fredericksburg, TX 78624 of successful construction-drying projects. This experience Phone: 540-751-0930 | Fax: 540-751-0935 enables us to apply this technology to accelerate the Toll Free: 800-323-9736 drying of concrete, drywall compound, fireproofing and www.ntma.com architectural coatings. Munters can speed up construction The National Terrazzo and Mosaic Association, Inc. is a full projects with dehumidification, heating or cooling. service non-profit Trade Association. The NTMA establishes national standards for all Terrazzo floor and wall systems and provides complete specifications, color plates and general information to architects and designers at no cost.

NFPA - National Fire Protection Association........................... 837 1 Batterymarch Park Quincy, MA 02169-7454 Phone: 617-984-7513 | Fax: 617-984-7130 www.nfpa.org NFPA produces consensus-based technical codes for the built environment, including National Electrical Code® and Life Safety Code®, and provides continuing education in their use.

NRCA................................................... 1037 10255 West Higgins Road Suite 600 Rosemont, IL 60018-5607 Phone: 847-299-9070 | Fax: 847-299-1183 Toll Free: 800-323-9545 www.NRCA.net The National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) is one of the construction industry’s most respected trade associations and the voice and leading authority in the roofing industry for information, education, technology and advocacy.

NUDURA Corporation.............................. 856 27 Hooper Road Unit 10 Barrie, ON L4N 9S3 | Canada Phone: 705-726-9499 | Fax: 705-726-2110 Toll Free: 866-468-6299 www.nudura.com NUDURA offers an innovative solution to those seeking more efficient building methods. NUDURA provides the latest innovations in building technology offering greater energy efficiency, speed of construction, mold resistance and NUDURA is environmentally friendly.

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3400 Lawrenceville Suwanee Road Suwanee, GA 30024 Phone: 678-376-2913 | Fax: 678-376-3540 Toll Free: 866-323-4822 For more than 27 years, Mitsubishi Electric HVAC has been a leading marketer of intelligent and efficient airconditioning and heating systems for new construction or renovation. Product lines include CITY MULTI Variable Refrigerant Flow Zoning systems and Mr. Slim Splitductless A/C and Heat Pumps. Call 1-800-687-1966 or visit www.mehvac.com.

PO Box 220 Route 549 Mansfield, PA 16933 Phone: 570-549-2100 Fax: 570-549-2101 www.murus.com

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Oldcastle Precast................................... 959 Pecora Corp........................................... 542 Pliteq, Inc.............................................. 420 7921 Southpark Plaza, Suite 200 Littleton, CO 80120 Phone: 215-257-2255 | Fax: 215-453-5813 Toll Free: 888-965-3227 www.oldcastleprecast.com Oldcastle Precast is the leading manufacturer of precast concrete, polymer concrete and plastic products in the U. S., with more than 80 locations nationwide. Our reliability and attention to detail have earned us a satisfied client base 2nd to none. Designed for strength and durability, our products range from utility vaults, reinforced concrete pipe, catch basins, drainage and septic tanks, to retaining walls, storm shelters, wall panels, concrete barriers and more. Rely on Oldcastle Precast.

165 Wambold Road Harleysville, PA 19438 Phone: 215-723-6051 | Fax: 215-721-0286 Toll Free: 800-355-8817 www.pecora.com Pecora is an American manufacturer of architectural weatherproofing products including a full line of silicone, urethane and latex sealants specifically formulated to provide superior quality and a wide range of sealant properties for the commercial construction market. Pecora’s sealants are available from authorized weatherproofing distributors throughout the United States.

1370 Don Mills Road Unit 300 Toronto, ON M3B 3N7 | Canada Phone: 905-590-0056 | Fax: 416-849-0415 www.pliteq.com Pliteq Inc. is an engineering company dedicated to providing creative solutions to structural, vibration and sound control problems using recycled materials. Pliteq will feature our GenieClip™ and GenieMat™ brand products, engineered for superior acoustical performance in reducing transmission of airborne and impact sound through wall and ceiling constructions.

PPG Idea Scapes..................................... 718 125 Colfax Street

Pella Windows and Doors....................... 529 Springdale, PA 15144

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574 West Otterman Street Greensburg, PA 15601 Phone: 724-834-7300 | Fax: 724-830-2871 www.overly.com Overly Door Company is a leader in custom designed specialty doors and fixed window systems. These specialty systems include Acoustical, Blast-resistant, Bulletresistant, GSA Class 5 and Armory Vault doors, Extreme Protection, and Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic.

Pella, IA 50219-2147 Phone: 641-621-6353 Fax: 641-621-6457 Toll Free: 800-847-3552 www.pellacommercial.com Pella offers aluminum-clad wood, wood, fiberglass, and vinyl windows and doors at varying price points to meet the performance and budget requirements of most commercial, institutional and residential projects. Products are appropriate for both new construction and renovation projects and are often used in punched openings, entrances, storefronts and window wall applications. Visit pellacommercial.com, call 800-847-3552 or visit us at booth #529. Follow Pella on Twitter.com: @Pella_News.

Phone: 336-931-3206 | Fax: 336-668-9781 www.ppgideascapes.com With PPG IdeaScapes, you can find the sustainable glass, coatings and paint choices you want, together with the unrivaled technical tools, support and expertise of one of the world’s most experienced and innovative building product manufacturers.

Pratt & Lambert Paints.......................... 434

101 West Prospect Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 Pacific Polymers International, Inc.......... 544 Phone: 216-566-3774 | Fax: 216-566-1655 12271 Monarch Street www.prattandlambert.com Garden Grove, CA 92841 Pratt & Lambert® is the industry’s prestige paint brand Phone: 714-898-0025 that provides confidence for contractors, designers and Fax: 714-898-5687 architects to choose when striving to meet projects’ Penco Products, Inc................................ 928 protection and decorative goals. Architects and designers Toll Free: 800-888-8340 2024 Cressman Rd, PO Box 158 www.pacpoly.com rely on Pratt & Lambert® due to its quality products, Skippack, PA 19474 selection and reputation as the industry color authority. Pacific Polymers Inc.,an ITW Company, has served the Phone: 610-666-0500 | Fax: 800-248-1555 construction industry worldwide with a complete Toll Free: 800-562-1000 line of polyurea systems, polyurethane waterproofing Precision Ladders LLC............................. 619 membranes, traffic coatings, joint sealants, and chemical- www.pencoproducts.com P.O. Box 2279 resistant epoxy floor coatings.Pacific Polymers is proud to Penco manufactures steel & plastic lockers for schools, Morristown, TN 37816 showcase their Eco Friendly Product Line gymnasiums, health clubs, government and industry, Phone: 423-586-2265 including the steel SmartLocker® electronic locker system Fax: 423-586-2091 Parkline, Inc.......................................... 557 and the new Patriot(R) readiness lockers. A wide selection Toll Free: 800-225-7814 of sizes and models is available in many colors. Penco also www.PrecisionLadders.com P.O. Box 65 manufactures industrial shelving, pallet rack, modular Winfield, WV 25213 Since 1942 Precision Ladders, LLC has been a leading drawers, workbenches, storage cabinets and Schmidt Phone: 304-586-2113 | Fax: 304-586-3842 manufacturer of commercial grade access products structural steel mezzanines. Toll Free: 800-786-4855 including aluminum fixed wall ladders, ships ladders, www.parkline.com disappearing stairways, industrial stairways, roof hatches Parkline, Inc. manufactures small metal buildings for your Pictometry International Corp................ 660 and many other custom access products built to job specifications. Other applications include industrial, every need. From substation control houses to monitoring 100 Town Centre Drive Suite A Rochester, NY 14623 institutional, single/multi-family residential and high stations, Parkline is there to build you a custom design rise. Our products are custom built to the architects’/ based on your specifications. Our pre-fabricated buildings Phone: 607-221-0213 www.pictometry.com contractors’ specifications and always to OHSA and/or ANSI can be site-built or factory-assembled. codes! As a leading provider of geo-referenced aerial, oblique image libraries and related software. With customers throughout the U.S. Pictometry uses a proprietary image capture process to produce Pictometry Intelligent Images® so you can See Everywhere, Measure Anything, Plan Everything.® Pictometry technologies are widely used by county GIS, planning & assessing professionals and a growing number of commercial businesses including insurance, utilities, real estate, construction, and more.


QT Sound Insulation............................... 848 RCI, Inc.................................................. 832 Reward Wall Systems, Inc....................... 656 715 Fountain Avenue Lancaster, PA 17601 Phone: 717-824-8219 Fax: 717-735-0908 Toll Free: 800-322-1923 www.qtsoundcontrol.com QT Sound Insulation is made from 92% resilient recycled rubber that can be used under all floor finishes or gypsum or full-weight concrete and is designed to solve almost any impact sound problem. Manufactured in the USA by ECORE International, QT can be used in any multi-level building (offices, high rises, multi-family housing) and is backed by over 200 different independent laboratory and field tests. The product and engineering support provided by QT guarantees that it will work as specified, every time. QT products can contribute up to 5 points toward a project’s LEED certification.

1500 Sunday Drive Suite 204 Raleigh, NC 27607 Phone: 919-859-0742 | Fax: 919-859-1328 Toll Free: 800-828-1902 www.rci-online.org RCI, Incorporated is an international association of professional consultants, architects, and engineers who specialize in the specification and design of roofing, waterproofing and exterior wall systems. RCI professional members adhere to a strict ethics code that offers unprejudiced service without affiliation with any product or manufacturer.

9931 S 136th Street Suite 100 Omaha, NE 68138 Phone: 402-592-7077 | Fax: 402-592-7969 www.rewardwalls.com Reward Wall Systems insulating concrete forms (ICF) give superior energy efficiency, air quality, fire and storm protection, and sound attenuation. The iForm® and eForm® ICF lines of recyclable forms produce little or no waste and no CFCs or HCFCs are generated during their manufacture. Reward not only provides state-of-the-art ICFs but also fully custom metal ICF door and window frames and the best customer, engineering and technical support.

Redi Rock International......................... 653 Rigidized Metals Corporation................. 760

658 Ohio Street Buffalo, NY 14203 Phone: 716-849-4706 | Fax: 716-849-0401 Toll Free: 800-836-2580 Quality Stone Veneer............................. 844 www.rigidized.com 50 Refton Road Reef Industries, Inc................................ 642 Manufacturer of embossed/textured metals used in Refton, PA 17568 various industries. Rigidized metals are used for elevators, 9209 Almeda Genoa Road Phone: 717-786-3229 | Fax: 717-806-0961 backsplashes, counter tops, wall panels, floors, ceilings, Houston, TX 77075 Toll Free: 1-800-795-3229 column covers, restroom partitions, and countless Phone: 713-507-4200 www.qualitystoneveneer.com applications where metallic beauty and long term Fax: 713-507-4295 durability are important to reducing maintenance costs. Stone Veneer manufacturer and installer serving the East Toll Free: 800-231-6074 Rigidized will texture metals, finish metals, fabricate Coast and beyond for over 34 years. Also manufacturer of www.reefindustries.com metals and supply metals. brick veneer and accessories such as keystones, sills, lintels Reef Industries manufactures durable and cost-effective and much more. Specializing in matching and custom reinforced film laminates for concrete curing and slab color and/or shape creation. Over 50 colors and 12 styles to moisture control. Griffolyn®’s lightweight, reinforced Robal Glass Engineered Composites........ 766 choose from, all interchangeable. polyester cord grid provides superior strength and protects 121 Ashmore Drive Leola, PA 17540 your building’s envelope from moisture infiltration. Quest Construction Products Phone: 717-656-9700 | Fax: 717-656-9703 Transguard® 4000, a reusable wet curing cover is ideal (Hydro-Stop/United Coatings)................. 763 to maintain proper moisture control whereby reducing www.robalglass.com 1465 Pipefitter Street cracking, scaling and dusting. Robal Glass is manufactured using soy-based resin and N. Charleston, SC 29405 recycled glass used to create elegant bathroom surfaces Phone: 843-745-9600 | Fax: 843-745-9602 Reese Enterprises, Inc............................ 543 for both commercial and residential buildings. It’s the first Toll Free: 800-739-5566 product of its kind to use advanced engineered composites 16350 Asher Avenue www.hydro-stop.com technology to create eco-friendly products out of waste Rosemount, MN 55068 materials. Hydro-Stop is formulated to provide permanent solutions Phone: 651-423-1126 | Fax: 800-334-8823 to water ingress problems throughout the entire building www.reeseusa.com envelope. Our roofing system is a fully adhered sustainable Reese Enterprises has more than 80 years experience Ron Blank & Associates, Inc.................... 717 reinforced 100% acrylic elastomeric that will never need 2611 North Loop 1604 West Suite 100 manufacturing mats, grates, weatherstrips, floor and to be torn off. Hydro-Stop’s high quality products have San Antonio, TX 78258 door products. Devoted time has been spent on product been used world wide and carry various approvals from development and research. Call and speak with a pleasant Phone: 800-248-6364 | Fax: 210-408-6767 FM (Factory Mutual), CRRC, Miami-Dade, Florida Building Toll Free: 800-248-6364 helpful person. Code, Energy Star, and are complainant with OTC (Ozone www.ronblank.com Transport Commission), LEED, and CA Title 24. Republic Storage Systems LLC................. 328 Ron Blank & Associates educates the design community through online and face-to-face AIA/HSW, SD, and 1038 Belden Avenue NE Raven Industries.................................... 846 Canton, OH 44705 USGBC continuing education courses. We also provide 1813 E Avenue direct product representation all over the U.S. and write Phone: 330-438-5800 | Fax: 330-454-7772 Sioux Falls, SD 57104 product guide specs. GreenCE.com is our latest move Toll Free: 800-477-1255 Phone: 605-357-0487 | Fax: 605-331-0333 into the sustainable architecture realm and is a great www.republicstorage.com www.rufco.com source for sustainable continuing education and product Republic Storage Systems, LLC is the leading manufacturer information. Raven manufactures underslab vapor retarders, radon and of quality Lockers and Storage Products. Our Corridor and methane gas barriers string reinforced enclosure films, and Athletic Lockers will be the perfect fit for a wide range of in wall vapor retarders. applications. 05481 US 31 South Charlevoix, MI 49720 Phone: 231-547-6595 | Fax: 231-237-9521 www.redi-rock.com

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Rytec High Performance Doors................ 831 SCHOTT North America........................... 667 SFS intec............................................... 819 One Cedar Parkway Jackson, WI 53037-0403 Phone: 262-677-9046 Fax: 262-677-2058 www.rytecdoors.com Rytec Corporation is the nation’s leading manufacturer of high-performance doors for industrial, commercial, pharmaceutical and cold-storage environments. Whether they’re rolling, folding, sliding or swinging doors, highperformance doors are our only business.

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SANDELLConstruction Solutions/DIEDRICH Technologies......... 1030 310 Wayto Road Schenectady, NY 12303 Phone: 518-357-9757 | Fax: 518-357-9636 www.sandelmfg.com Sandell Construction Solutions has been in business for over 70 years, providing state of the art flashings, drainage products, and accessories to the Construction and Masonry Industry. With our acquisition of Diedrich technologies, a leader in the masonry cleaning and restoration industry, we are now able to fully encompass the construction industry’s demands. Diedrich Technologies, Inc. proudly stands behind thirty-five years of experience with highperformance New Masonry and Restoration Cleaners, Water Repellents, Paint Removers and Specialty Masonry Cleaners.

PO Box 6326 Wyomissing, PA 19610 Phone: 610-376-5751 | Fax: 610-376-8551 www.sfsintecusa.com SFS intec, Inc. is a manufacturer of innovative fastening systems for the commercial construction industry. Products include metal construction fasteners, standing seam roof clips, ACM, MCM, and HPL panel fasteners, curtain wall fasteners, fasteners for heavy timber connections, flat roof construction fasteners, and a wide range of stainless steel fasteners for sustainable roofing and wall panel applications.

Schuco USA L.P....................................... 306 Shenyang Aircraft Group Imp & Exp. Co., Ltd................................. 761 240 Pane Road Newington, CT 06111 Phone: 860-666-0505 | Fax: 860-666-2359 www.schuco-usa.com Schüco is the leading provider for building envelope solutions. We offer a wide range of aluminum system solutions for both commercial and institutional buildings. In addition to its main business areas of façades, windows and doors, Schüco also supplies solar shading devices and building integrated photovoltaic systems (BIPV). Schüco’s high-quality systems satisfy the highest requirements regarding energy efficiency, security, convenience and design.

No.1 lingbei St. Huanggu dist, shenyang, liaoning 110034 | China Phone: 86-24-86598063 | Fax: 86-24-86514143 www.estarfloor.com We are a professional access floor supplier in China.We offer cementitious steel flooring,aluminum flooring, calcore and woodcore flooring system for today’s office with more flexible ,efficient and productive solutions.

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101 Prospect Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 Phone: 216-566-2000 Scranton Products................................. 923 Fax: 440-826-1989 SaniGLAZE International........................ 352 801 East Corey St Toll Free: 800-524-5979 4526 Lenox Avenue Scranton, PA 18505 www.sherwin-williams.com Jacksonville, FL 32205 Phone: 800-445-5148 | Fax: 800-551-6993 Sherwin-Williams has the products, colors and services Phone: 904-355-2745 | Fax: 904-366-2690 Toll Free: 800-445-5148 to help you execute your vision and satisfy your clients. Toll Free: 800-874-5554 www.scrantonproducts.com We offer advanced color matching, product specification www.saniglaze.com assistance, green solutions and on-site advice. Our Scranton Products manufactures a premium line of distribution platform ensures product availability and you The SaniGLAZE restorative bonding technology returns old, American made toilet, shower and dressing stalls as well can depend on consistency from site to site and project to as vanity tops, locker room benches and lockers, all made contaminated tile and grout to a “like new” appearance project. Architect & Designer Answerline 1-800-321-8194. from recycled HDPE plastic. Scranton Products offers and prevents the problems from returning. SaniGLAZE trouble free solutions to all your rest room and locker room also makes tile and grout surfaces very easy to maintain. needs. Specify and install Scranton Products brands with For more information, visit www.saniglaze.com or call Sherwin Williams, General Polymers....... 743 confidence- the most recognized and trusted names in the 101 Prospect Avenue 800-874-5554. industry. Cleveland, OH 44115

Schluter Systems L.P............................... 752 194 Pleasant Ridge Road Plattsburgh, NY 12901 Phone: 518-562-2410 | Fax: 800-477-9783 www.schluter.com These innovative systems combine state-of-the-art technology, practical experience, and attention to detail, in order to protect the integrity of every tile installation and allow for the application of this ideal surface covering on virtually any surface.

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5530 Shepherdsville Road Louisville, KY 40228 Phone: 914-831-2200 www.us.schott.com/pyran SCHOTT PYRAN® fire-rated glass-ceramics are the world’s first and only environmentally-friendly fire-rated glassceramics; they are produced without hazardous heavy metals arsenic, antimony and barium. PYRAN® Platinum glass-ceramics are crystal clear with no traces of amber tint, have a superior surface quality and are wireless. They are fire-rated up to 180 minutes with the required hose stream test and are UL classified.

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Seesmart LED........................................ 348 Toll Free: 800-524-5979 4139 Guardian St Simi Valley, CA 93063 Phone: 805-578-2536 | Fax: 888-239-0959 Toll Free: 877-578-2536 www.seesmartled.com Seesmart LED offers a wide range of LED products for both commercial and residential applications. Our products include tube lights, high bays, low bays, high power lights, spot lights, household lights, PAR/flood lights, wall washers, and street lights. Our LEDs are 50% more efficient that CFLs, last up to 50,000 hrs, and are engineered to maintain existing infrastructure. Seesmart makes the transition from fluorescents or incandescents to LEDs simple and cost effective.

www.sherwin-williams.com Sherwin-Williams has the products, colors and services to help you execute your vision and satisfy your clients. We offer advanced color matching, product specification assistance, green solutions and on-site advice. Our distribution platform ensures product availability and you can depend on consistency from site to site and project to project. Architect & Designer Answerline 1-800-321-8194.


Sika Sarnafil, A Division Soundproof Windows............................. 459 Stadium Savers Ltd................................ 814 of Sika Corporation.............................. 1007 4673 Aircenter Circle 550 3 Mile Road NW Suite B 100 Dan Road Canton, MA 02021 Phone: 781-828-5400 Fax: 781-828-5365 www.sarnafilus.com Sika Sarnafil is a division of Sika AG of Switzerland, a leading global provider of materials for building construction and industry. Sika Sarnafil has more than 40 years of experience in providing thermoplastic, single ply membranes for a wide range of roofing and waterproofing applications.

Reno, NV 89502 Phone: 775-829-8977 | Fax: 775-829-8977 www.soundproofwindows.com Soundproof Business Summary Established in 1998 Soundproof windows has been producing high quality secondary windows that effectively increase energy efficiency and eliminate noise by 75-95%. Our windows are made from high quality materials consisting of aluminum frames, superior seals, and laminated glass. This combination results in the window’s exceptional performance in noise reduction and energy savings. Because they are typically installed on the interior, many hotels, historic buildings and high rise locations find them economical and more effective than replacement windows. Installation is simple and easy. Production facility located in Reno Nevada. Shipping available worldwide

Grand Rapids, MI 49544 Phone: 616-785-5598 | Fax: 616-785-5657 www.stadiumsavers.com Stadium Savers, LTD sets the industry standard as a permanent form system for any type of tiered or stadium seating arrangement. It is applicable to both new and retrofit applications. Contractors love our “engineered” system for its ease and speed of installation. Owners love the final cost.

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6161 East 75th Street Indianapolis, IN 46250 10125 South 52nd St Phone: 317-849-2250 | Fax: 317-806-3528 Franklin, WI 53132 www.stanleysecuritysolutions.com Phone: 866-785-6259 | Fax: 414-855-1089 Stanley Security Solutions, is a provider of access control Toll Free: 866-785-6259 and integrated security solutions for institutional, www.simons-voss.us commercial and industrial businesses and organizations. Specifications Consultants In With a strong emphasis on service, we deliver a Whether you need to replace cylindrical locks, mortise Independent Practice............................ 735 comprehensive suite of security products, software locks, mortise cylinders, RIM cylinders, or need to protect and integrated systems. Stanley Security Solutions an elevator or operate a parking gate or other equipment, 11 Dupont Circle NW, Suite 601 is committed to extending its position as a leading we have products that can accomplish that effectively and Washington, DC 20036 Phone: 202-364-2222 | Fax: 202-234-5502 comprehensive resource for a broad and extensive array of beautifully. Each lock is a self-contained access control www.scip.com solutions that span the entire security spectrum. system. The locks can also be monitored, configured and Specifications Consultants in Independent Practice controlled through a network if that is desired. See our is a nationwide technical resource organization that entire range of lock products at our Web site. Starquartz Industries, Inc..................... 1019 aids design firms, agencies, facility managers, and 1300 Russell St Sno-Gem, Inc......................................... 353 manufacturers in acquiring specifications from qualified Baltimore, MD 21230 writers, and allows independent specifiers to enhance 4800 Metalmaster Way Phone: 410-783-0010-205 | Fax: 410-783-2604 their professionalism by sharing techniques and industry McHenry, Illinois 60050 Toll Free: 866-220-4500 developments Phone: 815-477-4367 | Fax: 815-455-4367 www.starquartz.com www.snogem.com Revolutionary manufacturer of Quartz-Lock Grout and Specified Technologies, Inc..................... 313 StarGlass Grout, Urethane-based grouts that are premixed and ready to use. Urethane grout exceeds ANSI SnoBlox-SnoJax..................................... 767 210 Evans Way Somerville, NJ 08876 118.3 for stain and chemical resistance, are highly crack 1405 Brandton Rd. Phone: 908-526-8000 | Fax: 908-526-9623 resistant due to its inherent flexibility, and offers true color Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 Toll Free: 800-992-1180 consistency. It has unmatched workability, is easy to clean, Phone: 717-697-1900 www.stifirestop.com contains up to 80% recycled content, and you can save Toll Free: 800-766-5291 STI’s revolutionary EZ-Path® product combines wire left over for your next job, making it the “greenest” grout www.snojax.com management and firestopping in the industry’s most available today. advanced penetration sleeving system. STI’s SpecSeal® Solomon Colors...................................... 663 product line includes traditional firestopping products as Stego Industries.................................... 564 PO Box 8288 well as Ready™ Sleeve, STI’s value-priced complete kit-in- 216 Avenida Fabricante, #101 Springfield, IL 62791 a-box firestop putty/sleeve solution. STI, where innovation San Clemente, CA 92672 Phone: 217-527-1184 | Fax: 217-522-6278 never stops . . . Phone: 949-257-4100 www.solomoncolors.com Fax: 949-493-5165 Solomon Colors, Inc. offers dry and liquid products for SSPC: The Society for Toll Free: 877-464-7834 coloring concrete nationwide. Our integral color solutions Protective Coatings/JPCL........................ 759 www.stegoindustries.com can help you build green as many of our colors have 40 24th Street 6th Floor Stego Industries is a leading producer of high performance, an SRI value greater than 29. Brickform and Legacy Pittsburgh, PA 15222 below-slab vapor barriers/retarders. Stego Wrap Vapor Decorative Concrete (divisions of Solomon Colors, Inc.) Phone: 412-281-2331 | Fax: 412-281-9993 Barrier has become the most widely specified vapor provide a complete line of decorative concrete products Toll Free: 877-281-7772 barrier in the United States by earning the respect, trust and systems. These systems resurface and restore aging www.sspc.org and recommendation of design professionals. Backed by concrete or create new colored and textured hardscapes. SSPC is The Coatings Society, dedicated to the use of industry experts, we provide science-based solutions with CSI specifications are listed on our website. high-performance industrial coatings for the protection field-tested success. and preservation of concrete, steel and other industrial structures. SSPC is the only non-profit association whose sole mission is to promote and support the use of industrial coatings for corrosion protection. This is accomplished through the development of standards, training, publications, certifications, advocacy and its conference, GreenCOAT. Visit www.SSPC.org.

Simons Voss Technologies, Inc................. 947

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Stone Panels, Inc................................... 862 TB Philly................................................ 349 The Blue Book....................................... 429 100 SOUTH ROYAL LANE COPPELL, TX 75019 Phone: 972-446-1776 | Fax: 972-245-3749 www.stonepanels.com StoneLite® lightweight reinforced natural stone weighs 80% less than solid traditional stone. StoneLite® offers superior construction speed and reduced installed cost, with additional savings in structure and backup support. It’s available in unlimited choice of architectural stones including granite, marble, limestone, and sandstone. Fully tested and building authority accepted. This system has been installed on buildings throughout the world for more than 40 years. www.stonepanels.com

400 Thoms Drive, Suite 411 Phoenixville, PA 19460 Phone: 610-482-6001 | Fax: 610-933-4910 www.tbphilly.com TB Philly Inc. offers solutions to all your building envelope concerns. TB Philly represents the leading manufacturers in the waterproofing,concrete restoration and floor finishing industries. Our representatives will work with you to build the proper scope of work, assist in the product selection while offering the industries best warranties. Dow Corning, BASF, Sika, Carlisle, Prosoco, Emseal, Pecora

TDR Systems, Inc.................................. 1049 Tnemec Company, Inc............................. 905 4400 AUSTIN LANE

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Strongwell............................................ 842 WHITE PLAINS, MD 20695 400 Commonwealth Avenue Bristol, VA 24201 Phone: 276-645-8000 | Fax: 276-645-8132 Toll Free: 276-645-8000 www.strongwell.com Strongwell is the world’s leading pultruder of fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) composites. Among the products manufactured by Strongwell are STRONGRAIL handrail and STRONGDEK decking, both intended for the architectural market. These and other Strongwell products are corrosion resistant, strong, lightweight, low maintenance, nonconductive, easy-to-install and very cost effective. Please refer to www.strongwell.com for more information.

Phone: 301-753-4100 | Fax: 301-753-4108 Toll Free: 800-882-4883 www.chutes.com CHUTES International manufactures, sells and installs permanent internal trash and linen chutes. Ours is the ONLY chute available with STANDARD all stainless steel constructed doors for ease of maintenance. CHUTES also manufactures and sells apartment compactors and baggers. For more information, please call us at 1-800882-4883 or visit us online: www.chutes.com

6800 Corporate Dr Kansas City, MO 64120 Phone: 816-483-3400 Fax: 816-483-3969 Toll Free: 800-863-6321 www.tnemec.com Tnemec Company offers a complete line of interior and exterior coating solutions for protection from corrosion, impact, abrasion and graffiti.

TuffWrap Installations, Inc................... 1008

2080 Detwiler Road Harleysville, PA 19438 Terminix Commercial............................. 835 Phone: 215-256-6953 | Fax: 215-256-6311 860 Ridge Lake Boulevard Toll Free: 800-995-4556 Memphis, TN 38120 www.tuffwrap.com Stuart Dean Co., Inc............................... 936 Phone: 901-597-3660 | Fax: 901-766-1491 Tuff Wrap has pioneered and perfected dust and 450 Seventh Ave 38th Floor www.terminixcommercial.com debris containment during roofing, renovations and New York, NY 10123 For more than 80 years, Terminix has managed the pest reconstruction. Our unique barriers are the toughest and Phone: 973-283-2205 | Fax: 973-283-9714 control needs of businesses across America. Over 150,000 most versatile in the industry. Any type of construction www.stuartdean.com commercial customers nationwide place their trust in project posses challenges. Tuff Wrap installs barriers Stuart Dean Technical Service Group restores architectural Terminix Commercial – making us one of the country’s that help companies maintain their normal business largest commercial pest control providers. We understand operations, prevent product contamination and costly metal, curtain walls & building facades. Technical the unique needs of property and facility managers. specialists help clients evaluate the remaining service life recalls. Protect what is valuable to you… prevent costly We combine the latest technology with the industry’s of existing coatings and teaches owners and managers clean-up,ensure success from start to finish. strongest guarantees. 1-800-TERMINIX how to avoid costly mistakes when preserving or enhancing cladded systems with unique clear & colored Uniflex Industrial Roof Coatings............. 963 high performance coating systems. Testing Adjusting & Balancing Bureau..... 669 101 Prospect Avenue NW 500 Republic Building 601 N. Fairfax Street #240

Sun Solar International.......................... 325 Alexandria, VA 22314 16192 Coastal Highway Lewes, DE 19958 Phone: 732-741-9054 | Fax: 732-741-8995 www.SunSolarInternational.com Manufacturers and installers of amorphous silicon photovoltaic modules; these solar panels operate in ambient light conditions as well as direct sunlight.

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P. O. Box 500 Jefferson Valley, NY 10535 Phone: 800-431-2584 | Fax: 914-245-0288 Toll Free: 800-431-2584 www.thebluebook.com Serving the commercial construction industry since 1913, and building from a database of over one million company listings, The Blue Book now offers a network of services for finding products, locating vendors, sending messages, managing contacts and facilitating document communication.

Phone: 703-739-7100 | Fax: 703-683-7615 TABB’s certification program ensures HVAC systems operate at the highest standards and with the greatest efficiency and effectiveness at every stage of an indoor environmental retrofit - or new building specification. TABB Certified Professionals subscribe to a strict Code of Conduct and pledge to regularly upgrade their skill level to meet cutting-edge technological advances in the HVAC industry.

Cleveland, OH 44115 Phone: 216-566-2494 | Fax: 888-296-5665 www.uniflexroof.com

US Architectural Products, Inc................. 338

4 Jay Court Kendall Park, NJ 08824 Phone: 828-628-3602 | Fax: 828-628-3603 www.architecturalproducts.com U.S. Architectural Products is wholesale distributor of noncombustible and highly fire resistant cement board products used for construction of noncombustible, floor Thermafiber, Inc.................................... 953 roof and wall assemblies. Versaroc, CemClad and CemSteel 3711 Mill Street are a few of our specialty products. For more information Wabash, IN 46992 check our website at www.usarch.com Phone: 260-563-2111 www.thermafiber.com Thermafiber Mineral Wool Insulation products provide thermal, sound, and fire protection for commercial, industrial, and residential construction. Our insulation products qualify for LEED Green Building Credits and contain over 75% post-industrial recycle content.


Vehicle Service Group............................. 415 Viance................................................... 334 Wissahickon Stone Quarry, LLC................ 335 200 E. Woodlawn Road Suite 350 Charlotte, NC 28217 Phone: 704-522-0825 | Fax: 704-527-8232 Toll Free: 800-421-8661 www.treatedwood.com Build Better – Build Greener with Ecolife™ Stabilized Weather-Resistant Wood. Ecolife™ is a new environmentally preferred non-metallic preservative plus wood stabilizer system that makes wood look better and last longer with less maintenance. Ecolife is the best choice for your next deck or fence project, offering the Verizon Wireless.................................... 312 natural beauty of real wood combined with advancements in weathering protection and improved corrosion One Washington Mall 6th Floor performance for fasteners. Boston, MA 02109

1A Waverly Road Glenside, PA 19038 Phone: 215-887-3330 www.wsqllc.net Wissahickon Stone Quarry, LLC, is the last true Wissahickon Schist quarry in this area. WSQ mines and guillotine cuts onsite. The stone is used for restorations and additions as it matches the existing Schist commonly used in both historic institutions and older homes. Many builders purchase our stone to build new residential homes to closely resemble the quality, classic homes of past eras, as well as patios, walls, etc. WSQ was formerly operated as Chestnut Hill Stone Ltd.

Phone: 804-271-3713 Fax: 888-861-0240 www.verizonwireless.com Verizon Wireless, ADP, & Econz will demonstrate a unified wireless timecard solution. Verizon Wireless’ industryspecific solutions are designed to help your business solve challenges in the field as a way to improve business efficiency and gain profitability. Econz’s easy to use and cost effective Timecard application gives businesses real results immediately to their company’s bottom line. Maintain an edge by staying on top of the latest trends with streamlined communication.

Wooster Products, Inc............................ 442 Vicwest................................................. 445 1000 Spruce Street 1296 South Service Road Oakville, ON L6L 5T7 | Canada Phone: 905-825-2252 | Fax: 905-825-2272 www.vicwest.com Vicwest is the leading manufacturer of Steel Roofing, Cladding and Decking in Canada. For more information on our Insulated metal panel products and Architectural Panels visit us at booth 3152, email us at info@vicwest. com or visit us online at www.vicwest.com.

York Manufacturing, Inc......................... 662 Watson Bowman Acme........................... 938 43 Community Drive

Versico.................................................. 859 95 Pineview Dr. P.O. Box 1289 Carlisle, PA 17013 Phone: 717-245-7000 | Fax: 888-841-9666 www.versico.com As one of the largest single-ply membrane roofing system providers in the world, Versico continues to offer quality and expertise to the commercial roofing marketplace. Versico’s product offering includes VersiGard® EPDM membranes and accessories, VersiWeld® TPO and VersiFlex™ PVC roofing systems, as well as a complete line of insulation and accessory products. With unmatched product quality backed by industry-leading warranty coverage, Versico has the ability to solve all your roofing needs.

Wooster, OH 44691 Phone: 330-264-2844 | Fax: 330-262-4151 Toll Free: 800-321-4936 www.wooster-products.com Manufacturer of a complete line of safety stair and walkway products. Non-slip safety stair treads, Anti-Slip safety coatings, Non-Slip safety tapes. Photoluminscent stair treads and nosings.

Amherst, NY 14228 Phone: 716-817-5425 | Fax: 716-691-9239 www.wbacorp.com Watson Bowman Acme is the worldwide leader and recognized innovator in the development and manufacture of expansion control systems for the construction industry. WBA has taken great strides in achieving production efficiencies and environmental stewardship through its American Institute of Steel Construction, ISO 9001:2008 and RC 14001 certifications. We are fully resourced to deliver results and exceed expectations from our customers, a standard of service they should expect.

Sanford, ME 04073 Phone: 207-324-1300 | Fax: 888-819-2592 www.yorkmfg.com York manufactures a full line of enviromentally friendly flashing products. Made with recycled copper, being recyclable, and having a zero life cycle cost makes York’s copper flashings the easy choice.

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2700 Lanier Dr Madison, IN 47250 Phone: 812-273-1622 | Fax: 812-273-6502 Toll Free: 800-640-5438 www.vsgdover.com Vehicle Service Group, part of Dover Corporation, is a leading manufacturer of World Class automotive service and collision repair equipment. Our brands include Rotary Lift, Chief Automotive Technologies, Revolution Lift, Forward Lift and Direct Lift.

Wildeck, Inc........................................... 448 405 Commerce Street

Vexcon Chemicals................................ 1015 Waukesha, WI 53186 7240 State Road Philadelphia, PA 19135 Phone: 215-332-7709 | Fax: 215-332-9997 Toll Free: 888-839-2661 www.vexcon.com Green products and LEED points: Certi-Shine polished concrete, MoistureBloc moisture control system for floor covering and StarSeal EF, the first complete product line of building materials specifically formulated to be eco-friendly. Vexcon Chemicals, concrete solutions for architects, engineers and builders since 1974.

Phone: 262-549-4000 | Fax: 262-549-3466 Toll Free: 800-325-6939 www.wildeck.com Wildeck is recognized as an industry leader and quality manufacturer of steel mezzanines, material lifts (VRC), and safety guardrail products. All products are made in the USA and are designed to improve the efficiency and competitiveness of your facility.

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Product Categories A/V Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc.........................................528 Draper, Inc.....................................................................917

Access Controls AMICO, Alabama Metal Industries Corp.........................756 Detex............................................................................416 King Architectural Metals............................................1009 Magnetic Automation Corporation................................545 Miller Edge, Inc.............................................................567 Simons Voss Technologies, Inc.......................................947 Stanley Security Solutions, Inc......................................505

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Associations/Organizations

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American Society of Professional Estimators...............1045 AWI Quality Certification Corporation............................867 BICSI..............................................................................562 CSI.................................................................................535 Fabric Structures.........................................................1033 Lightning Protection Institute.....................................1053 Maple Flooring Manufacturers Association...................821 Marble Institute of America..........................................443 NCARB...........................................................................836 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 RCI, Inc..........................................................................832 SSPC: The Society for Protective Coatings/JPCL.............759 Testing Adjusting & Balancing Bureau..........................669

Building Envelope Acrymax Technologies, Inc............................................830 Atlas Roofing Corporation.............................................625 Benjamin Obdyke Incorporated.....................................560 Carlisle Construction Materials......................................843 CertainTeed Corporation................................................935 CETCO..........................................................................1004 Commercial Products Group..........................................713 Composite Panel Solutions, Inc.....................................558 Cosella-Dorken Products, Inc.........................................858 Dow Building Solutions.................................................329 DuPont..........................................................................753 Emseal Joint Systems Ltd..............................................440 Energy Innovations LLC.................................................768 Georgia Pacific Corporation...........................................432 Grace Construction Products.........................................523 Henry Company............................................................919 Hycrete, Inc...................................................................305 Hyload Flashing System................................................838 Industrial Building Panels.............................................958 Insulation Solutions, Inc................................................404 Intertape Polymer Group.............................................1046 ISOTEX...........................................................................853 JE Berkowitz..................................................................438 Kingspan Insulated Panels..........................................1012 LOGIX Insulated Concrete Forms....................................754 Master Wall, Inc.............................................................839

Merchant & Evans, Inc...................................................769 Metal Tech-USA.............................................................354 National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC)................616 National Gypsum Co......................................................811 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 NUDURA Corporation....................................................856 Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959 Pella Windows and Doors..............................................529 Quest Construction Products (Hydro-Stop/United Coatings)................................763 RCI, Inc..........................................................................832 Reward Wall Systems, Inc..............................................656 Stone Panels, Inc...........................................................862 Stuart Dean Co., Inc.......................................................936 Sun Solar International.................................................325 TB Philly....................................................................... 349 Testing Adjusting & Balancing Bureau..........................669 Thermafiber, Inc............................................................953 US Architectural Products, Inc.......................................338 York Manufacturing, Inc................................................662

Building Systems ALT Global.....................................................................569 Ameriform....................................................................454 AMICO, Alabama Metal Industries Corp.........................756 Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 BASF Construction Chemicals........................................812 CertainTeed Corporation................................................935 Composite Panel Solutions, Inc.....................................558 Cosella-Dorken Products, Inc.........................................858 Dow Building Solutions.................................................329 Energy Innovations LLC.................................................768 Epic Metals Corp............................................................614 Grace Construction Products.........................................523 ICELOC...........................................................................666 Insulation Solutions, Inc................................................404 ISOTEX...........................................................................853 Julius Blum Co., Inc........................................................413 Kingspan Insulated Panels..........................................1012 Lightning Protection Institute.....................................1053 Metal Tech-USA.............................................................354 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959 Parkline, Inc..................................................................557 QT Sound Insulation......................................................848 Reward Wall Systems, Inc..............................................656 Rytec High Performance Doors......................................831 Stadium Savers Ltd.......................................................814 Strongwell....................................................................842 Stuart Dean Co., Inc.......................................................936 Thermafiber, Inc............................................................953 TuffWrap Installations, Inc...........................................1008 US Architectural Products, Inc.......................................338 Watson Bowman Acme.................................................938

Caulks / Coatings / Sealants Acrymax Technologies, Inc............................................830 ALT Global.....................................................................569 Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 BASF Construction Chemicals........................................812 Benjamin Moore Paints.................................................419 C.R. Laurence Co., Inc...................................................1029 ChemTec Int’l, Inc........................................................1039 Custom Building Products.............................................729 DuPont..........................................................................753 Emseal Joint Systems Ltd..............................................440 GAF Materials Corporation............................................613 Glidden Professional Paints...........................................453 Henry Company............................................................919 Insulation Solutions, Inc................................................404 Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 Key Resin Company.......................................................316 L & M Construction Chemicals, Inc.................................521 Master Wall, Inc.............................................................839 Pacific Polymers International, Inc................................544 Pecora Corp...................................................................542 PPG Idea Scapes............................................................718 Pratt & Lambert Paints..................................................434 Quest Construction Products (Hydro-Stop/United Coatings)................................763 Sherwin Williams, General Polymers.............................743 TB Philly....................................................................... 349 Tnemec Company, Inc....................................................905 Vexcon Chemicals........................................................1015 Wooster Products, Inc....................................................442

Ceilings ATAS International, Inc..................................................755 BASWAphon Acoustical Finish System.........................1052 CertainTeed Corporation................................................935 Commercial Products Group..........................................713 Composite Panel Solutions, Inc.....................................558 DACS, Inc.....................................................................1011 Energy Innovations LLC.................................................768 Epic Metals Corp............................................................614 International Cellulose Corp..........................................469 Kinetics Noise Control....................................................722 Metal Tech-USA.............................................................354 National Gypsum Co......................................................811 TuffWrap Installations, Inc...........................................1008

Ceramics MAPEI Corporation........................................................817 Starquartz Industries, Inc............................................1019

Communications Campbellsville Industries, Inc........................................852 Cornell Communications, Inc.........................................724 Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959 Verizon Wireless............................................................312


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Curtain Wall Cold Spring Granite Company........................................818 Composite Panel Solutions, Inc.....................................558 Emseal Joint Systems Ltd..............................................440 Grove Structural Shims..................................................860 GS Window Systems......................................................444 JE Berkowitz..................................................................438 Kwik-Wall....................................................................1016 Metal Tech-USA.............................................................354 Pella Windows and Doors..............................................529 RCI, Inc..........................................................................832 Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760 SFS intec.......................................................................819 Stone Panels, Inc...........................................................862 Stuart Dean Co., Inc.......................................................936 TB Philly....................................................................... 349 Thermafiber, Inc............................................................953 TuffWrap Installations, Inc...........................................1008 US Architectural Products, Inc.......................................338

Doors Activar Construction Products Group.............................540 AMBICO Limited..........................................................1023 AWI Quality Certification Corporation............................867 Besam Entrance Solutions.............................................339 C.R. Laurence Co., Inc...................................................1029 Composite Panel Solutions, Inc.....................................558 Cornell Iron Works.........................................................916 DJA Imports..................................................................317 Door and Hardware Systems, Inc...................................863

Electrical Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 Comac Corporation, Inc.................................................726 Lightning Protection Institute.....................................1053 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959 Testing Adjusting & Balancing Bureau..........................669

Elevators/Escalators/Moving Walkways Julius Blum Co., Inc........................................................413 Kone Elevators Escalators..............................................723 Miller Edge, Inc.............................................................567 Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760 Stuart Dean Co., Inc.......................................................936 Wildeck, Inc...................................................................448

Energy Acrymax Technologies, Inc............................................830 Atlas Roofing Corporation.............................................625 Energy Innovations LLC.................................................768 Englert, Inc....................................................................762 Excel Dryer, Inc..............................................................428 ICELOC...........................................................................666 Master Wall, Inc.............................................................839 National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC)................616 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 Seesmart LED................................................................348 Sun Solar International.................................................325

Equipment Comac Corporation, Inc.................................................726 Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc.........................................528 Draper, Inc.....................................................................917 Excel Dryer, Inc..............................................................428 Munters Corporation.....................................................705 Testing Adjusting & Balancing Bureau..........................669 Vehicle Service Group....................................................415

Exterior Acrymax Technologies, Inc............................................830 AMICO, Alabama Metal Industries Corp.........................756 BASF Construction Chemicals........................................812 Campbellsville Industries, Inc........................................852 Carfaro Aluminum Railing & Fencing............................828 CertainTeed Corporation................................................935

Cold Spring Granite Company........................................818 Composite Panel Solutions, Inc.....................................558 Delaware Quarries, Inc..................................................307 Emseal Joint Systems Ltd..............................................440 GAF Materials Corporation............................................613 Intertape Polymer Group.............................................1046 Julius Blum Co., Inc........................................................413 Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 King Architectural Metals............................................1009 Kingspan Insulated Panels..........................................1012 Master Wall, Inc.............................................................839 Merchant & Evans, Inc...................................................769 Metal Tech-USA.............................................................354 Pella Windows and Doors..............................................529 RCI, Inc..........................................................................832 Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760 Seesmart LED................................................................348 Sherwin Williams, General Polymers.............................743 Starquartz Industries, Inc............................................1019 Stone Panels, Inc...........................................................862 Sun Solar International.................................................325 TB Philly....................................................................... 349 US Architectural Products, Inc.......................................338 Vexcon Chemicals........................................................1015 Vicwest.........................................................................445 Watson Bowman Acme.................................................938

Finishes Acrymax Technologies, Inc............................................830 ALT Global.....................................................................569 Ameriform....................................................................454 AMICO, Alabama Metal Industries Corp.........................756 Ashford Formula...........................................................913 AWI Quality Certification Corporation............................867 BASF Construction Chemicals........................................812 BASWAphon Acoustical Finish System.........................1052 CertainTeed Corporation................................................935 ChemTec Int’l, Inc........................................................1039 Cold Spring Granite Company........................................818 Epic Metals Corp............................................................614 Glidden Professional Paints...........................................453 InPro Corporation..........................................................629 International Cellulose Corp..........................................469 Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 Key Resin Company.......................................................316 Kinetics Noise Control....................................................722 King Architectural Metals............................................1009 Kingspan Insulated Panels..........................................1012 L & M Construction Chemicals, Inc.................................521 Lafarge North America............................................... 1005 Master Wall, Inc.............................................................839 National Gypsum Co......................................................811 National Terrazzo & Mosaic...........................................668 Pliteq, Inc......................................................................420 PPG Idea Scapes............................................................718 QT Sound Insulation......................................................848 Solomon Colors.............................................................663 As of 4/7/10

product categories

ACO Polymer Products, Inc............................................422 Ameriform....................................................................454 Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 Ashford Formula...........................................................913 BASF Construction Chemicals........................................812 Butterfield Color, Inc.....................................................934 ChemTec Int’l, Inc........................................................1039 Emseal Joint Systems Ltd..............................................440 Grace Construction Products.........................................523 Grove Structural Shims..................................................860 Hycrete, Inc...................................................................305 Insulation Solutions, Inc................................................404 Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 L & M Construction Chemicals, Inc.................................521 LOGIX Insulated Concrete Forms....................................754 MAPEI Corporation........................................................817 Munters Corporation.....................................................705 NUDURA Corporation....................................................856 Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959 Reward Wall Systems, Inc..............................................656 Solomon Colors.............................................................663 Sherwin Williams, General Polymers.............................743 Stadium Savers Ltd.......................................................814 Stego Industries............................................................564 Vexcon Chemicals........................................................1015 Watson Bowman Acme.................................................938

GS Window Systems......................................................444 InPro Corporation..........................................................629 JE Berkowitz..................................................................438 Julius Blum Co., Inc........................................................413 Marvin Windows and Doors..........................................405 McKeon Door Company.................................................737 Miller Edge, Inc.............................................................567 Overly Door Company..................................................1047 Pella Windows and Doors..............................................529 Reese Enterprises, Inc....................................................543 Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760 Rytec High Performance Doors......................................831 Soundproof Windows....................................................459 Stanley Security Solutions, Inc......................................505

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Starquartz Industries, Inc............................................1019 Vexcon Chemicals........................................................1015

Fire Suppression Activar Construction Products Group.............................540 Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 Fireline 520...................................................................555 Grace Construction Products.........................................523 ICELOC...........................................................................666 Kingspan Insulated Panels..........................................1012 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 Specified Technologies, Inc............................................313

Product Categories

Flooring ACO Polymer Products, Inc............................................422 Activar Construction Products Group.............................540 Ameriform....................................................................454 Ashford Formula...........................................................913 BASF Construction Chemicals........................................812 Butterfield Color, Inc.....................................................934 Cold Spring Granite Company........................................818 Composite Panel Solutions, Inc.....................................558 Custom Building Products.............................................729 Delaware Quarries, Inc..................................................307 Dur-A-Flex, Inc..............................................................332 Forbo Linoleum, Inc......................................................757 Gym Floor Inspectors...................................................1013 Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 Key Resin Company.......................................................316 Kinetics Noise Control....................................................722 L & M Construction Chemicals, Inc.................................521 MAPEI Corporation........................................................817 Maple Flooring Manufacturers Association...................821 National Terrazzo & Mosaic...........................................668 Pliteq, Inc......................................................................420 QT Sound Insulation......................................................848 Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760 SaniGLAZE International...............................................352 Schluter Systems L.P......................................................752 Shenyang Aircraft Group Imp & Exp. Co., Ltd................ 761 Sherwin Williams, General Polymers.............................743 Solomon Colors.............................................................663 Stadium Savers Ltd.......................................................814 Starquartz Industries, Inc............................................1019 Stego Industries............................................................564 Strongwell....................................................................842 TB Philly....................................................................... 349 US Architectural Products, Inc.......................................338 Vexcon Chemicals........................................................1015 Wooster Products, Inc....................................................442

Furnishings Cold Spring Granite Company........................................818 Comac Corporation, Inc.................................................726 Composite Panel Solutions, Inc.....................................558 DJA Imports..................................................................317 Penco Products, Inc.......................................................928 Seesmart LED................................................................348

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General Requirements 4specs.com...................................................................621 ARCOM - MasterSpec Specifications..............................618 National Gypsum Co......................................................811 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837

Glass AMBICO Limited..........................................................1023 General Glass International.........................................1010 JE Berkowitz..................................................................438 Kwik-Wall....................................................................1016 National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC)................616 Pella Windows and Doors..............................................529 PPG Idea Scapes............................................................718 Robal Glass Engineered Composites..............................766 SCHOTT North America..................................................667 Stuart Dean Co., Inc.......................................................936 Sun Solar International.................................................325

Hardware C.R. Laurence Co., Inc...................................................1029 Detex............................................................................416 DJA Imports..................................................................317 Door and Hardware Systems, Inc...................................863 Julius Blum Co., Inc........................................................413 King Architectural Metals............................................1009 Stanley Security Solutions, Inc......................................505

HVAC / IAQ Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 CertainTeed Corporation................................................935 Commercial Products Group..........................................713 Door and Hardware Systems, Inc...................................863 ICELOC...........................................................................666 Insulation Solutions, Inc................................................404 Intertape Polymer Group.............................................1046 Kinetics Noise Control....................................................722 Mitsubishi Electric.........................................................854 Munters Corporation.....................................................705 Reward Wall Systems, Inc..............................................656 Testing Adjusting & Balancing Bureau..........................669

Insulation Atlas Roofing Corporation.............................................625 BASF Construction Chemicals........................................812 Bonded Logic, Inc..........................................................654 Carlisle Construction Materials......................................843 CertainTeed Corporation................................................935 Dow Building Solutions.................................................329 Energy Innovations LLC.................................................768 Flex Membrane International, Inc.................................441 Henry Company............................................................919 Insulation Solutions, Inc................................................404 International Cellulose Corp..........................................469 Intertape Polymer Group.............................................1046 Kingspan Insulated Panels..........................................1012 LOGIX Insulated Concrete Forms....................................754 NUDURA Corporation....................................................856 QT Sound Insulation......................................................848

RCI, Inc..........................................................................832 Reward Wall Systems, Inc..............................................656 Thermafiber, Inc............................................................953 Versico..........................................................................859

Kitchen / Bath ASI/ASI Storage Solutions/Accurate Partitions..............510 C.R. Laurence Co., Inc...................................................1029 Comac Corporation, Inc.................................................726 Commercial Products Group..........................................713 DeSavino and Sons, Inc...............................................1035 Excel Dryer, Inc..............................................................428 Foundations Worldwide, Inc..........................................949 Global Partitions...........................................................515 InPro Corporation..........................................................629 Julius Blum Co., Inc........................................................413 Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760 Robal Glass Engineered Composites..............................766 SaniGLAZE International...............................................352 Schluter Systems L.P......................................................752 Starquartz Industries, Inc............................................1019

Landscaping ACO Polymer Products, Inc............................................422 C.R. Laurence Co., Inc...................................................1029 Carfaro Aluminum Railing & Fencing............................828 Cold Spring Granite Company........................................818 DeAcero.........................................................................563 Eljen Corporation..........................................................549 Grace Construction Products.........................................523 Insulation Solutions, Inc................................................404 Jerith Mfg Co., Inc..........................................................866 Mankato-Kasota Stone, Inc...........................................829 Pliteq, Inc......................................................................420 Solomon Colors.............................................................663 US Architectural Products, Inc.......................................338 Vexcon Chemicals........................................................1015 Viance...........................................................................334

Lighting Energy Innovations LLC.................................................768 Seesmart LED................................................................348 Testing Adjusting & Balancing Bureau..........................669

Maintenance / Cleaning Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 Comac Corporation, Inc.................................................726 Emseal Joint Systems Ltd..............................................440 Excel Dryer, Inc..............................................................428 InPro Corporation..........................................................629 L & M Construction Chemicals, Inc.................................521 SaniGLAZE International...............................................352 Stuart Dean Co., Inc.......................................................936

Masonry Acrymax Technologies, Inc............................................830 Ameriform....................................................................454 Benjamin Obdyke Incorporated.....................................560 Cold Spring Granite Company........................................818


CopperPlus™.................................................................304 Custom Building Products.............................................729 Emseal Joint Systems Ltd..............................................440 Grace Construction Products.........................................523 Grove Structural Shims..................................................860 Hyload Flashing System................................................838 Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 Mankato-Kasota Stone, Inc...........................................829 MAPEI Corporation........................................................817 Mortar Net USA Ltd.......................................................646 Quality Stone Veneer.....................................................844 Sherwin Williams, General Polymers.............................743 Solomon Colors.............................................................663 Starquartz Industries, Inc............................................1019 Stone Panels, Inc...........................................................862 TB Philly....................................................................... 349 Vexcon Chemicals........................................................1015 York Manufacturing, Inc................................................662

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Other ARCAT, Inc.....................................................................605 Carfaro Aluminum Railing & Fencing............................828 Reese Enterprises, Inc....................................................543 TDR Systems, Inc.........................................................1049

Pest Control Ameriform....................................................................454 Terminix Commercial....................................................835

Plastic CertainTeed Corporation................................................935 DeSavino and Sons, Inc...............................................1035

Plumbing ACO Polymer Products, Inc............................................422 Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 Comac Corporation, Inc.................................................726 ICELOC...........................................................................666 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 Robal Glass Engineered Composites..............................766 Testing Adjusting & Balancing Bureau..........................669

Preservation / Restoration Acrymax Technologies, Inc............................................830 ALT Global.....................................................................569 BASF Construction Chemicals........................................812 Carfaro Aluminum Railing & Fencing............................828 CETCO..........................................................................1004 Delaware Quarries, Inc..................................................307 DJA Imports..................................................................317 Emseal Joint Systems Ltd..............................................440 Epic Metals Corp............................................................614 Henry Company............................................................919 ICELOC...........................................................................666 Julius Blum Co., Inc........................................................413 Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 L & M Construction Chemicals, Inc.................................521 Lightning Protection Institute.....................................1053 Metal Tech-USA.............................................................354 Munters Corporation.....................................................705 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 RCI, Inc..........................................................................832 Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760 SaniGLAZE International...............................................352 Stuart Dean Co., Inc.......................................................936 TB Philly....................................................................... 349 TuffWrap Installations, Inc...........................................1008 Vexcon Chemicals........................................................1015 Wooster Products, Inc....................................................442 York Manufacturing, Inc................................................662

Procurement & Contracting AWI Quality Certification Corporation............................867 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435

Publications 4specs.com...................................................................621 American School & Hospital Facility............................1021 ARCAT, Inc.....................................................................605 BICSI..............................................................................562 Marble Institute of America..........................................443 RCI, Inc..........................................................................832 SSPC: The Society for Protective Coatings/JPCL.............759 The Blue Book...............................................................429

Recycling Robal Glass Engineered Composites..............................766

Remediation AWI Quality Certification Corporation............................867 CETCO..........................................................................1004 Emseal Joint Systems Ltd..............................................440 ICELOC...........................................................................666 Munters Corporation.....................................................705 RCI, Inc..........................................................................832

Roofing Acrymax Technologies, Inc............................................830 ALT Global.....................................................................569 Ameriform....................................................................454 Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 ATAS International, Inc..................................................755 Atlas Roofing Corporation.............................................625 BASF Construction Chemicals........................................812 Carlisle Construction Materials......................................843 CertainTeed Corporation................................................935 CETCO..........................................................................1004 Commercial Products Group..........................................713 CopperPlus™.................................................................304 Cosella-Dorken Products, Inc.........................................858 DACS, Inc.....................................................................1011 Dow Building Solutions.................................................329 Durapax........................................................................324 Duro-Last, Inc................................................................911 Englert, Inc....................................................................762 Firestone Building Products..........................................805 Flex Membrane International, Inc.................................441 GAF Materials Corporation............................................613 Grace Construction Products.........................................523 Henry Company............................................................919 IB Roof Systems.............................................................652 Insulation Solutions, Inc................................................404 Intertape Polymer Group.............................................1046 Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 Merchant & Evans, Inc...................................................769 Metal Tech-USA.............................................................354 Metal-Era......................................................................517 NRCA...........................................................................1037 Pacific Polymers International, Inc................................544 Quest Construction Products (Hydro-Stop/United Coatings)................................763 RCI, Inc..........................................................................832 SFS intec.......................................................................819 Strongwell....................................................................842 TB Philly....................................................................... 349 TuffWrap Installations, Inc...........................................1008 Versico..........................................................................859 Vicwest.........................................................................445

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AMICO, Alabama Metal Industries Corp.........................756 ATAS International, Inc..................................................755 C.R. Laurence Co., Inc...................................................1029 Campbellsville Industries, Inc........................................852 Carfaro Aluminum Railing & Fencing............................828 Commercial Products Group..........................................713 CopperPlus™.................................................................304 DeAcero.........................................................................563 DJA Imports..................................................................317 Englert, Inc....................................................................762 Epic Metals Corp............................................................614 Firestone Building Products..........................................805 Industrial Building Panels.............................................958 Julius Blum Co., Inc........................................................413 King Architectural Metals............................................1009 Kingspan Insulated Panels..........................................1012 Merchant & Evans, Inc...................................................769 Metal Tech-USA.............................................................354 Metal-Era......................................................................517 Penco Products, Inc.......................................................928 Precision Ladders LLC....................................................619 Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760 SFS intec.......................................................................819 Stuart Dean Co., Inc.......................................................936 Vicwest.........................................................................445

Eljen Corporation..........................................................549 Penco Products, Inc.......................................................928 Reef Industries, Inc........................................................642 Scranton Products.........................................................923 Stego Industries............................................................564 Strongwell....................................................................842

Safety / Security AMICO, Alabama Metal Industries Corp.........................756 Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 BICSI..............................................................................562 C.R. Laurence Co., Inc...................................................1029 As of 4/7/10

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Cornell Communications, Inc.........................................724 Cornell Iron Works.........................................................916 DeAcero.........................................................................563 Detex............................................................................416 Door and Hardware Systems, Inc...................................863 Intertape Polymer Group.............................................1046 Julius Blum Co., Inc........................................................413 Lapeyre Stair.................................................................412 Lightning Protection Institute.....................................1053 Magnetic Automation Corporation................................545 McKeon Door Company.................................................737 Miller Edge, Inc.............................................................567 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959 Rytec High Performance Doors......................................831 Simons Voss Technologies, Inc.......................................947 Stanley Security Solutions, Inc......................................505 Strongwell....................................................................842 TuffWrap Installations, Inc...........................................1008 Watson Bowman Acme.................................................938 Wildeck, Inc...................................................................448 Wooster Products, Inc....................................................442

Signage C.R. Laurence Co., Inc...................................................1029 Innerface Architectural Signage, Inc..............................430 InPro Corporation..........................................................629 Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760

Software ARCAT, Inc.....................................................................605 ARCOM - MasterSpec Specifications..............................618 Bluebeam Software......................................................553 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 MADCAD.com................................................................834 Pictometry International Corp.......................................660 The Blue Book...............................................................429

Stairways AWI Quality Certification Corporation............................867 C.R. Laurence Co., Inc...................................................1029 Cold Spring Granite Company........................................818 DJA Imports..................................................................317 Julius Blum Co., Inc........................................................413 King Architectural Metals............................................1009 Lapeyre Stair.................................................................412 Mankato-Kasota Stone, Inc...........................................829 Precision Ladders LLC....................................................619 Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760 Strongwell....................................................................842 Wooster Products, Inc....................................................442

Stone / Tile Ameriform....................................................................454 Cold Spring Granite Company........................................818 Delaware Quarries, Inc..................................................307 Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 MAPEI Corporation........................................................817 National Terrazzo & Mosaic...........................................668 76

Quality Stone Veneer.....................................................844 SaniGLAZE International...............................................352 Schluter Systems L.P......................................................752 Sherwin Williams, General Polymers.............................743 Solomon Colors.............................................................663 Starquartz Industries, Inc............................................1019 Stone Panels, Inc...........................................................862 Stuart Dean Co., Inc.......................................................936 Wissahickon Stone Quarry, LLC......................................335

Storage ASI/ASI Storage Solutions/Accurate Partitions..............510 Penco Products, Inc.......................................................928 Wildeck, Inc...................................................................448

Technology ARCAT, Inc.....................................................................605 Bluebeam Software......................................................553 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 CSI.................................................................................535 Excel Dryer, Inc..............................................................428 ICELOC...........................................................................666 MADCAD.com................................................................834 Pictometry International Corp.......................................660 Seesmart LED................................................................348 Sun Solar International.................................................325 Verizon Wireless............................................................312

Thermal & Moisture Protection Acrymax Technologies, Inc............................................830 Activar Construction Products Group.............................540 ALT Global.....................................................................569 Ameriform....................................................................454 BASF Construction Chemicals........................................812 Benjamin Obdyke Incorporated.....................................560 Bonded Logic, Inc..........................................................654 Carlisle Construction Materials......................................843 CertainTeed Corporation................................................935 CETCO..........................................................................1004 Commercial Products Group..........................................713 Composite Panel Solutions, Inc.....................................558 CopperPlus™.................................................................304 Cosella-Dorken Products, Inc.........................................858 Dow Building Solutions.................................................329 Eljen Corporation..........................................................549 Emseal Joint Systems Ltd..............................................440 Energy Innovations LLC.................................................768 Englert, Inc....................................................................762 Fireline 520...................................................................555 GAF Materials Corporation............................................613 Georgia Pacific Corporation...........................................432 Grace Construction Products.........................................523 Henry Company............................................................919 Hycrete, Inc...................................................................305 Hyload Flashing System................................................838 ICELOC...........................................................................666 Industrial Building Panels.............................................958 InPro Corporation..........................................................629 Insulation Solutions, Inc................................................404

International Cellulose Corp..........................................469 Intertape Polymer Group.............................................1046 Key Resin Company.......................................................316 Kingspan Insulated Panels..........................................1012 Merchant & Evans, Inc...................................................769 Munters Corporation.....................................................705 Pacific Polymers International, Inc................................544 Precision Ladders LLC....................................................619 Quest Construction Products (Hydro-Stop/United Coatings)................................763 RCI, Inc..........................................................................832 Reef Industries, Inc........................................................642 Reese Enterprises, Inc....................................................543 SFS intec.......................................................................819 Stone Panels, Inc...........................................................862 TB Philly....................................................................... 349 Testing Adjusting & Balancing Bureau..........................669 Thermafiber, Inc............................................................953 Vexcon Chemicals........................................................1015 Vicwest.........................................................................445 Watson Bowman Acme.................................................938

Transportation / Re-Location Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959

Utilities ACO Polymer Products, Inc............................................422 ICELOC...........................................................................666 Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959 Sun Solar International.................................................325

Waterway / Marine Intertape Polymer Group.............................................1046

Windows / Skylights C.R. Laurence Co., Inc...................................................1029 Commercial Products Group..........................................713 Energy Innovations LLC.................................................768 GS Window Systems......................................................444 JE Berkowitz..................................................................438 Marvin Windows and Doors..........................................405 National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC)................616 Overly Door Company..................................................1047 Pella Windows and Doors..............................................529 Soundproof Windows....................................................459 TB Philly....................................................................... 349

Wood Ameriform....................................................................454 AWI Quality Certification Corporation............................867 Maple Flooring Manufacturers Association...................821 SFS intec.......................................................................819 Stuart Dean Co., Inc.......................................................936 Viance...........................................................................334

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Masterformat Divisions

Div 01 - General Requirements Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 ARCOM - MasterSpec Specifications..............................618 NCARB...........................................................................836 Jerith Mfg Co., Inc..........................................................866 Terminix Commercial....................................................835

Cold Spring Granite Company........................................818 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Quality Stone Veneer.....................................................844 Mankato-Kasota Stone, Inc...........................................829 Stone Panels, Inc...........................................................862 Architectural Facades Unlimited, Inc.............................568

Div 02 - Existing Conditions

Div 05 - Metals

Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 Cold Spring Granite Company........................................818 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Stuart Dean Co., Inc.......................................................936 ICELOC...........................................................................666 Architectural Facades Unlimited, Inc.............................568

Wooster Products, Inc....................................................442 Firestone Building Products..........................................805 AMICO, Alabama Metal Industries Corp.........................756 PPG Idea Scapes............................................................718 C.R. Laurence Co., Inc...................................................1029 SFS intec.......................................................................819 King Architectural Metals............................................1009 Carfaro Aluminum Railing & Fencing............................828 Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Epic Metals Corp............................................................614 Lapeyre Stair.................................................................412 Campbellsville Industries, Inc........................................852 DACS, Inc.....................................................................1011 DeAcero.........................................................................563 Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 Precision Ladders LLC....................................................619 Vicwest.........................................................................445 Julius Blum Co., Inc........................................................413 Emseal Joint Systems Ltd..............................................440 DJA Imports..................................................................317

Div 03 - Concrete Sherwin Williams, General Polymers.............................743 Reward Wall Systems, Inc..............................................656 LOGIX Insulated Concrete Forms....................................754 Insulation Solutions, Inc................................................404 NUDURA Corporation....................................................856 MAPEI Corporation........................................................817 CETCO..........................................................................1004 L & M Construction Chemicals, Inc.................................521 Grace Construction Products.........................................523 Pacific Polymers International, Inc................................544 Vexcon Chemicals........................................................1015 Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 Munters Corporation.....................................................705 Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959 Hycrete, Inc...................................................................305 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Stadium Savers Ltd.......................................................814 Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 Emseal Joint Systems Ltd..............................................440 Architectural Facades Unlimited, Inc.............................568

Div 04 - Masonry Sherwin Williams, General Polymers.............................743 Benjamin Obdyke Incorporated.....................................560 Mortar Net USA Ltd.......................................................646 York Manufacturing, Inc................................................662 Grace Construction Products.........................................523 Vexcon Chemicals........................................................1015 Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 Custom Building Products.............................................729 RCI, Inc..........................................................................832 78

Div 06 - Wood, Plastics & Composites CertainTeed Corporation................................................935 InPro Corporation..........................................................629 GAF Materials Corporation............................................613 National Gypsum Co......................................................811 SFS intec.......................................................................819 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 AWI Quality Certification Corporation............................867 Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 Strongwell....................................................................842 DeSavino and Sons, Inc...............................................1035 Robal Glass Engineered Composites..............................766 Ameriform....................................................................454

Div 07 - Thermal & Moisture Protection Georgia Pacific Corporation...........................................432 Intertape Polymer Group.............................................1046

Benjamin Obdyke Incorporated.....................................560 CertainTeed Corporation................................................935 Key Resin Company.......................................................316 Insulation Solutions, Inc................................................404 InPro Corporation..........................................................629 MAPEI Corporation........................................................817 CETCO..........................................................................1004 Reef Industries, Inc........................................................642 Dow Chemical Company...............................................329 York Manufacturing, Inc................................................662 Grace Construction Products.........................................523 Pacific Polymers International, Inc................................544 Vexcon Chemicals........................................................1015 GAF Materials Corporation............................................613 Munters Corporation.....................................................705 PPG Idea Scapes............................................................718 Englert, Inc....................................................................762 IB Roof Systems.............................................................652 Quest Construction Products (Hydro-Stop/United Coatings)...............................763 Flex Membrane International, Inc.................................441 Henry Company............................................................919 Commercial Products Group..........................................713 Metal-Era......................................................................517 RCI, Inc..........................................................................832 SFS intec.......................................................................819 Bonded Logic, Inc..........................................................654 Hycrete, Inc...................................................................305 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Activar Construction Products Group.............................540 International Cellulose Corp..........................................469 CopperPlus™.................................................................304 Precision Ladders LLC....................................................619 Kingspan Insulated Panels..........................................1012 Fireline 520...................................................................555 Vicwest.........................................................................445 Soundproof Windows....................................................459 Industrial Building Panels.............................................958 Acrymax Technologies, Inc............................................830 Emseal Joint Systems Ltd..............................................440 Metal Tech-USA.............................................................354 Stone Panels, Inc...........................................................862 ICELOC...........................................................................666 Merchant & Evans, Inc...................................................769 Ameriform....................................................................454


Div 08 - Openings

Div 09 - Finishes CertainTeed Corporation................................................935 Key Resin Company.......................................................316 InPro Corporation..........................................................629 Benjamin Moore Paints.................................................419 MAPEI Corporation........................................................817 Lafarge North America ...............................................1005 Pacific Polymers International, Inc................................544 Vexcon Chemicals........................................................1015 AMICO, Alabama Metal Industries Corp.........................756 Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 National Gypsum Co......................................................811 Custom Building Products.............................................729 PPG Idea Scapes............................................................718 Cold Spring Granite Company........................................818 QT Sound Insulation......................................................848 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Pratt & Lambert Paints..................................................434 International Cellulose Corp..........................................469 AWI Quality Certification Corporation............................867 Kinetics Noise Control....................................................722 Stuart Dean Co., Inc.......................................................936 National Terrazzo & Mosaic...........................................668 BASWAphon Acoustical Finish System.........................1052 Glidden Professional Paints...........................................453 Pliteq, Inc......................................................................420 Acrymax Technologies, Inc............................................830 Gym Floor Inspectors...................................................1013 US Architectural Products, Inc.......................................338 Ameriform....................................................................454 Architectural Facades Unlimited, Inc.............................568

Div 11 - Equipment Vehicle Service Group....................................................415 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc.........................................528 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 Draper, Inc.....................................................................917 Electro-Mech Scoreboard Co..........................................467 Precision Ladders LLC....................................................619 Magnetic Automation Corporation................................545

Div 12 - Furnishings InPro Corporation..........................................................629 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 AWI Quality Certification Corporation............................867 Draper, Inc.....................................................................917 Innerface Architectural Signage, Inc..............................430

Div 13 - Special Construction Grace Construction Products.........................................523 TuffWrap Installations, Inc...........................................1008 Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959 Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Campbellsville Industries, Inc........................................852 Kinetics Noise Control....................................................722 ISOTEX...........................................................................853 ICELOC...........................................................................666 US Architectural Products, Inc.......................................338 Architectural Facades Unlimited, Inc.............................568

Div 14 - Conveying Equipment Vehicle Service Group....................................................415 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Kone Elevators Escalators..............................................723

Div 10 - Specialties

Div 21 - Fire Suppression

InPro Corporation..........................................................629 TDR Systems, Inc.........................................................1049 TuffWrap Installations, Inc...........................................1008

Grace Construction Products.........................................523 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Activar Construction Products Group.............................540

NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 Fireline 520...................................................................555 ICELOC...........................................................................666

Div 22 - Plumbing InPro Corporation..........................................................629 Englert, Inc....................................................................762 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Excel Dryer, Inc..............................................................428 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 ICELOC...........................................................................666

Div 23 - Heating, Ventilating & AirConditioning Intertape Polymer Group.............................................1046 CertainTeed Corporation................................................935 Mitsubishi Electric.........................................................854 Commercial Products Group..........................................713 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Testing Adjusting & Balancing Bureau..........................669 Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 ICELOC...........................................................................666 Energy Innovations LLC.................................................768

Div 25 - Integrated Automation Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435

Div 26 - Electrical Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Excel Dryer, Inc..............................................................428 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 Lightning Protection Institute.....................................1053 Apple Cookie & Chocolate Co.......................................1054 Seesmart LED................................................................348 Sun Solar International.................................................325

Div 27 - Communications Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc.........................................528 Stanley Security Solutions, Inc......................................505 Verizon Wireless............................................................312 Cornell Communications, Inc.........................................724

Masterformat Divisions

Marvin Windows and Doors..........................................405 InPro Corporation..........................................................629 Pella Windows and Doors..............................................529 PPG Idea Scapes............................................................718 Commercial Products Group..........................................713 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Stanley Security Solutions, Inc......................................505 Detex............................................................................416 Activar Construction Products Group.............................540 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 Kwik-Wall....................................................................1016 AWI Quality Certification Corporation............................867 McKeon Door Company.................................................737 Door and Hardware Systems, Inc...................................863 Soundproof Windows....................................................459 JE Berkowitz..................................................................438 AMBICO Limited..........................................................1023 Miller Edge, Inc.............................................................567 SCHOTT North America..................................................667 Besam Entrance Solutions.............................................339

C.R. Laurence Co., Inc...................................................1029 Cold Spring Granite Company........................................818 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc.........................................528 Scranton Products.........................................................923 Excel Dryer, Inc..............................................................428 Activar Construction Products Group.............................540 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 Penco Products, Inc.......................................................928 Campbellsville Industries, Inc........................................852 AARCO Products, Inc......................................................929 Kwik-Wall....................................................................1016 AWI Quality Certification Corporation............................867 Innerface Architectural Signage, Inc..............................430 Terminix Commercial....................................................835 Foundations Worldwide, Inc..........................................949 DeSavino and Sons, Inc...............................................1035 Sun Solar International.................................................325 ICELOC...........................................................................666 US Architectural Products, Inc.......................................338

Div 28 - Electronic Safety & Security Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Stanley Security Solutions, Inc......................................505 NFPA - National Fire Protection Assn.............................837 Simons Voss Technologies, Inc.......................................947 Miller Edge, Inc.............................................................567

Div 31 - Earthwork Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435

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Div 32 - Exterior Improvements

Div 33 - Utilities

Div 44 - Pollution Control Equipment

Sherwin Williams, General Polymers.............................743 CertainTeed Corporation................................................935 AMICO, Alabama Metal Industries Corp.........................756 Kemiko Concrete Stains.................................................745 C.R. Laurence Co., Inc...................................................1029 Cold Spring Granite Company........................................818 Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Master Wall, Inc.............................................................839 Stuart Dean Co., Inc.......................................................936 Innerface Architectural Signage, Inc..............................430 Soundproof Windows....................................................459 General Glass International.........................................1010 Miller Edge, Inc.............................................................567 US Architectural Products, Inc.......................................338 Architectural Facades Unlimited, Inc.............................568

CertainTeed Corporation................................................935 Englert, Inc....................................................................762 Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959 Building Systems Design, Inc........................................435 Sun Solar International.................................................325 ICELOC...........................................................................666

Sun Solar International.................................................325

Div 34 - Transportation Oldcastle Precast...........................................................959 Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760

Div 45 - Industry-Specific Manufacturing Equipment Munters Corporation.....................................................705 Magnetic Automation Corporation................................545

Div 48 - Electrical Power Generation Englert, Inc....................................................................762 Sun Solar International.................................................325 Energy Innovations LLC.................................................768

Div 41 - Material Processing & Handling Equipment Rigidized Metals Corporation........................................760

Div 42 - Process Heating, Cooling & Drying Equipment ICELOC...........................................................................666

Advertisers index ARCAT, Inc.......................................................................... Back Cover Architect Magazine.................................................. Inside Back Cover hanleywoodConnect......................................................................... 77 Construction Specifer...................................................................... 31 CSI........................................................................... Inside Front Cover InPro Corporation............................................................................ 47 Kone Elevators/Escalators............................................................... 18 Pella Windows and Doors.................................................................. 8 Marble Institute of Amercica................................5 Todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Facility Manager Magazine...................10 Viance................................................................35 Vicwest................................................................8

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