Your Understanding of Current Standards!
Gain Confidence in Your Technical
Experience Hands-on Learning!
Earn 24 CEP Points!
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October 8, 2009
$325 for Members
$360 for Non-Members
Now only $290 for Members or Non-Members
Part of the 2009 Chapter Stimulus Package – We’ve
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MAXIMUM 25 PEOPLE
CDC300 Using Door and Frame Standards (8 hours)
Confirmation: You will receive an email within 48 hours
of your online registration confirming receipt of your
registration form. You will also receive a reminder
approximately 48 hours before the class. Payment will be
confirmed prior to or at the class depending on your
Cancellations: All fees are forfeited for late
cancellations and “no show” registrations. Cancellation
requests must be received in writing at least 14 days
prior to the start of classes.
Knowledge of the many door and frame standards is
essential to properly detail these products in shop
drawings. These standards contain a wealth of
information and can be used to establish levels of
quality for all types of buildings.
class covers the following industry standards:
Steel Door Institute’s (SDI) A250 Series of Product
Metal Manufacturers Association (HMMA) 800 Series of
Window and Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA) I.S.
1-A & I.S.
Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) Quality
Standards, 8th Edition
Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association (BHMA) A115
& A115W Series of Product Standards
* Please see list
below for required class materials
Students attending this class are required to bring
complete sets of the following standards:
Steel Door Institute’s SDI Fact File
Hollow Metal Manufacturers Association’s (HMMA) Hollow
Window and Door Manufacturers Association’s (WDMA) IS-1A
Architectural Flush Wood Doors and IS 6A Architectural
Stile and Rail Wood Doors
Architectural Woodwork Institute’s (AWI) Quality
Standards – 8th edition
Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association’s (BHMA)
A115 standards for preparations in steel doors and
frames, and wood doors.
For questions contact Bill
Lawliss at (781) 453-5323 or email to
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