AEC Professionals Circle  

When: Wednesday, December 11, 2013
2 pm - 6 pm

Social Event:  
6 pm - 8 pm 

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Cost: $20/person 
(includes presentations and social)
Group discounts available. Contact for more group discount information.


Old Mill Inn
225 Route 202
Basking Ridge, NJ 07920

CEU Presentations: 2pm - 6pm
4pm Snack provided by 
PBA Engineering, P.C.
Holiday Party: 6pm - 8pm 

Table-Tops on location
ControlTemp Thermostats 
Vanco Construction
Scenic Landscaping LLC

Slideshow during social event: Slides are being sold for $25/slide. Each slide is designed by Guiding Graphihcs and you can find more information here. 

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AEC Professionals Circle 
Hosted at Old Mill Inn
4 CEU Presentations +
Holiday Party!

AEC-NJ Professionals Circle brings together architects, engineers, contractors, builders, landscape architects, realtors and interior designers for a day of CEUs and a night of fun. Bring your co-workers and have your holiday party with us! 

Holiday Party from 6pm - 8pm
Includes Two Cocktail hours with butlered and displayed 
Hors D'oeuvres

Sponsored by   

Prosurance Redeker Group LTD.
Prosurance Redeker Group is the area’s leading insurance specialist for architects & engineers professional liability insurance. Prosurance Redeker was the first NY based A/E Specialist to introduce risk management into the brokers scope of services. With offices in New York and New Jersey, they represent 1300+ design firms ranging from small sole proprietors to large US based firms engaged in international projects.

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Apps For The Mobile Professional
Our apps are for the mobile professional on the go all the time. mpengo Ltd. is a premiere provider of full featured apps for home renovators, interior designers, landscapers, and anyone in the building trades. Stop by and visit us at the Holiday Event and try our app created for the A/E/C industry that allows a referral to happen within seconds!

Register Now! CEU Presentations are shown below. Please register to reserve your seat. 


2 pm =  Cellular Glass Insulation for the Building
AIA Credit: 1 LU   
Length: 1 Hour 
Course Description: An interactive presentation that reviews how cellular glass insulation can be applied to various areas of a building envelope to provide an ecologically friendly environment, high performance building envelope material, and added value, to projects that require longevity and sustainability. 
Provided by Pittsburgh Corning Corporation 

3 pm =  The Art of Hiding Technology
AIA Credit: 1 LU
Length: 1 Hour 
Course Description: Home electronics should integrate seamlessly into a home’s design and décor. This course reviews the three-pronged approach to hiding technology—advance planning, design philosophy, and product selection—which are available for minimizing the visual impact of electronics without compromising performance. Specific challenges and recommendations related to hiding video displays, projectors, speakers, controls, cameras, and equipment racks—among others—will be addressed. This course speaks to innovative and creative ways to lessen the visual impact of electronics by making them low-profile, hidden or camouflaged, or even invisible! Attendees will also walk away with an understanding of how to properly engage a trained electronic systems contractor (ESC) in their next project.
Provided by EDG

4 pm =  Green Vegetated Roof Design for LEED Buildings 
AIA Credit: 1 LU   GBCI (LEED) 
LA-CES one hour toward Landscape Architecture CES program
Length: 1 Hour
Course Description: The course starts by assessing the need for vegetated roofs. We offer an overview of accepted green roof system types with graphical examples. The key benefits of vegetated green roofs are examined with a cross reference to LEED categories. These benefits are further examined by briefly reviewing tools that are available to evaluate life cycle savings. Next we review green roof components, their assembly and construction. This is followed by design considerations including structural analysis, performance standards, vegetation free zones, irrigation needs, water capture & reuse and retrofit roofing. The final portion of the program examines things to avoid during the installation process. We close by reviewing the needs for green roofs proving the conclusion that these satisfy those needs. 
Provided by TREMCO Roofing

5 pm =  Let the Sun Shine In | Residential Shading 101
AIA Credit: 1 LU/HSW/SD   
ASID, NKBA, IDCEC approved
Length: 1 Hour 
Course Description: Objectives • Describe why daylight control is necessary for both aesthetic andoccupant comfort.• Recognize how the advanced functionality of an automated window treatment provides added convenience, elegance,security, and manages energy consumption.• Recommend proper window treatment to an end user based onfunctionality and design of the residential space.• Propose a daylight control solution that both compliments thevisual appeal of the space while managing energy consumption.
Provided by CMI Interiors, Inc.