Green Building with Steel - Part 4: Framing With Steel Studs
This interactive online course gives you Green Building with a particular focus on framing with steel studs using Cold Formed Steel (CFS) and the various methods of building exterior and interior frames. This is the fourth course in the Green Building With Steel series. Additional courses are:
- Material Attributes, Manufacturing, Applications and LEED Ratings
- Guidelines for Builders, Trades and Inspectors
- Light Gauge Metal Components for Framing
- Insulation and Waterproofing
- Erecting an Engineered Steel House
- Commercial Applications
It is helpful to you to take the first three courses in the Green Building With Steel series before beginning this one.
At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:
- List the advantages of Cold Formed Steel (CFS) framing
- Recognize typical cold-formed steel sections for framing
- Understand common steel framing terms
- Name the basic steel framing components
- Explain how to build an interior non-structural wall
- Describe proper steel construction methods and details of assembly
- Define proper insulation on steel structures
- Discuss the proper tools, screws and fasteners for steel framing
- Address how to approach pressure treated wood and steel framing
- AEC Complete
- Construction & Trades
This course can be used for CE or applies to the State Licenses and Professional Organizations listed below.
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Andrew Manzini is Vice President, National Green Building, Inc. He is also a Florida Certified General Contractor, NAHB Certified Green Professional, and NAHB National Green Building Standard Verifier. Andy’s previous experience includes executive positions at Architect/Engineering firms in the fossil and nuclear power industry. He is also a management consultant, instructional designer and published author of three management books and dozens of articles. His education includes a BA and MA from Boston University and post-graduate work at Columbia University and the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Management. He is skilled in improving productivity, achieving significant operational improvement through effective teamwork, planning and management.
Very detailed - more for a tradesman and foreman to know than for a LEED cl…
By Adrian R. (Engineer, Professional Organization) on November 1, 2017
Very detailed - more for a tradesman and foreman to know than for a LEED class
I enjoyed this course.
By Genevieve T. (Architect, Professional Organization) on September 17, 2017
I enjoyed this course. Very straightforward and easy to follow. However, I did not see the specific answer to #11 in the course (though it was alluded to).
Very good course.
By Kenneth F. (Engineer) on August 22, 2017
Very good course. Well organized and easy to understand. Good diagrams.