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CISC has been working to develop a more comprehensive approach to the specification of Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel. This Webinar serves to introduce the new CISC suite of AESS documents on the Design and Specification of Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel.
This Webinar will look at the application of the CISC AESS Category system to a survey of prominent, innovative AESS structures, with a focus on detailing and connection strategies as well as best practices for use of the system during bidding, and construction.
This webinar will examine the use of AESS in more challenging projects, from the perspective of the inclusion of items such as large castings, curved steel, tension elements and eccentric geometries.
This webinar looks more closely at the creation of connection details to look at innovative ways to create high quality connections that can be classed across the AESS categories.
A webinar that will provide attendees with the information required to prepare cost effective budget prices for steel structures.
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In order to comply with Revenue Canada regulations for not-for-profit organizations, we are making changes to our pricing model for all products and services.
Effective Jan 1, 2014, all CISC courses will move to a one price policy.
Discounts will continue to be offered for early registrations and group registrations, and to educators and students.
Requests for refunds and substitutions must be made in writing and are subject to the following conditions:
15 business days or more prior to start date, full refund.
less than 15 days, refund is subject to a 20% administration fee plus GST/HST.
3 business days or less, no refund.
substitutions are acceptable at any time provided notice is given prior to start date.
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