CEU

Continuing Education Courses

Martin & Smith prides itself on our relationships with all aspects of the design community including the specifying engineer, architect and interior designers. To that end we offer a variety of continuing education courses from our manufactures that provide CEU credits for you and your staff. These courses can be done in person as a lunch and learn at your office or via an internet webinar.

Organizations and Credits:

ASPE | AIA | LEED | NARI | NKBA | AAHID | HSW
IIDA | USGBC | IDCEC | NHAB | GREENCE

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Advances in Plumbing Design for Healthcare   

This course reviews innovations in plumbing design and how these designs support trending healthcare needs, including ADA compliance, ligature resistance, bariatrics, infection preventionand ADA code specifications.

1 AIA HSW/LU CEU
1 ASPE CEU

Ligature-Resistant Solutions for Behavioral Healthcare Facilities

Mental illness and substance abuse account for nearly 5.5 million ER visits a year. The purpose of this course is to learn how to design safe, secure, patient rooms and bathrooms in all facilities to save lives. Attendees will learn about ligature resistant design, how to test for it and why it’s important to make sure all patient rooms and bathrooms follow this guideline.

1 AIA HSW/LU CEU
1 ASPE CEU

Gender-Neutral Design in Public Bathrooms

Inclusive design is a win-win for customers and businesses. It shows the business supports the assumption that public spaces should be functional for all users no matter their age, health, or ability.

1 AIA LU CE Hour
1 ASPE CEU
1 IDCEC CEU

The Comeback of the Drinking Fountain

This course addresses regulations surrounding drinking water distribution and treatment. It compares the use of bottled watertobottle fillers and provides guidelines for specifying commercial water delivery systems.

1 AIA HSW/LU CEU
1 GBCI General Hour for LEED Professionals
1  ASPE CEU

Conserving Water and Energy - Electric Tankless Hot Water Heaters

Universal hot water availability is generally taken for granted. At a time when energy prices and sources, environmental concerns, and water shortages are increasing in significance, it is important to produce hot water in a manner that addresses all these issues. This course explains how electric tankless water heaters (ETWHs) do this while also improving health and safety conditions and reducing costs. The examination includes detailed descriptions of many types of ETWHs and the basic calculations and selection criteria for the mostsuitable system.

1 AIA HSW/LU CEU

Frank Lloyd Wright

“You can use an eraser on the drafting table or a sledgehammer on the construction site.”

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