Continuing Education Credits Available – 1.5 PDH Credits
The webinar introducing AISI S250, North American Standard for Thermal Transmittance of Building Envelopes with Cold-Formed Steel Framing, will walk attendees through the history, development and contents of the AISI S250 standard. Participants will obtain a relative understanding of how to apply the various provisions in order to evaluate the thermal capabilities of envelope assemblies (e.g., walls, ceilings/roofs) containing cold-formed steel framing for use in professional practice. Jonathan Humble led the work group responsible for the development and publication of the AISI S250 standard.
Presenter: Jonathan Humble, FAIA, NCARB, LEED BD+C
American Iron and Steel Institute
Jonathan Humble is a Regional Director of Construction Codes and Standards for the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI). He holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Architecture from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, is licensed as an architect in Connecticut and Massachusetts, is NCARB-certified, and holds a LEED AP-BD+C credential. He has received architectural awards for his designs while in the practice of architecture.
Jonathan was inducted into the American Institute of Architects (AIA) College of Fellows for his outstanding contributions to the AIA and its membership. He is a recipient of the International Code Council’s Honorary Membership, ASHRAE International’s Distinguished Service Award, National Fire Protection Association’s Committee Service Award, and the Cool Roof Ratings Council’s Marty Hastings Award, all in recognition of his exceptional service and contributions to these codes and standards organizations.
Jonathan’s activities within AISI include research and development of new technologies for AISI standards and guides, participation in national model codes and standards development, and educational services to steel industry members, design professionals, code officials, general contractors and building owners.
In order to receive credit for this course, you must complete the quiz at the end and pass with at least 80% for a certificate to be generated automatically