Perforated Metal in Architecture – Continuing Education Units Presentation

May 29, 2012

Perforated Metal in Architecture, the first is a developing series of AIA accredited CEU programs, presented by Accurate Perforating.  During a short break from the recent AIA 2012 Expo, Mike Krejci, Architectural Sales Manager for Accurate, presented the program to a team of architectural professionals in Washington, DC.  The course includes an overview of how perforated metal can be used to sculpt light, control sound, compose views both indoors and out, as well as add interest as a decorative accessory.  In addition the program covers some history of perforated metal, uses and applications and a tutorial on the manufacturing process.  The course concludes with a discussion of the key criteria to be considered when specifying and ordering perforated metal as well as the advantages of working with a custom perforator.

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This program is registered with AIA/CES for continuing professional registration and is fully accredited by the American Institute of Architects.  Participants in the program will earn 1 Learning Unit after completion.  Accurate Perforating will manage the entire process including submitting all necessary documentation to the AIA.  If you would like to schedule a presentation either on-site or at our Chicago facility please contact our Architectural products team at 773-254-3232 or Mike Krejci directly at mkrejci@accurateperforating.com.