Day Elevator & Lift would like to visit your firm to present a free AIA Accredited Lunch & Learn Seminar.

We are now pleased to offer you five different AIA Lunch & Learn Seminars to choose from, based on your company’s interests:
  • ADA Design Standards for Limited Use Limited Application Elevators and Wheelchair Lifts
  • Guide to Home Elevators
  • Dumbwaiters and Material Handling Conveyors
  • Glass Home Elevators
  • Pneumatic Vacuum Elevators
These are our AIA registered courses that provide attendees with one (1) CU/HSW Learning view of design and planning for architects, engineers, and builders. The learning objectives for the courses are as follows:

I. ADA Design Standards for LULA Elevators and Wheelchair Lifts

  • ADA Compliance Issues (as they apply to Wheelchair lifts and LULA Elevators)
  • Commercial Elevators – LULA’s – Limited Use Limited Application
  • Wheelchair Lifts – interior and exterior applications / Vertical and Incline
  • Understand applicable codes and regulations for LULA Elevators and Wheelchair Lifts

II. Guide to Home Elevators

  • Review various applications for home elevators
  • Identify common features and the four main types of elevator drive systems
  • Analyze site requirements and project timelines
  • Understand codes and regulations applicable to residential elevators

III. Dumbwaiter and Material Handling Conveyors

  • Differentiate between code guidelines for dumbwaiters and material lifts
  • Review various applications of dumbwaiters and material lifts
  • Review Drive system options
  • Identify and analyze site requirements and project timelines
  • Understand applicable codes and requirements for dumbwaiters and material handling conveyors

IV. Glass Home Elevator

  • Review the variety of applications of glass private home elevators
  • Review of drive system
  • Identify and analyze site requirements and project timeline
  • Understand applicable codes and regulations for glass private home elevators

V. Pneumatic Vacuum Elevators

  • Private residential elevator codes
  • Design and Layout in retrofit vs new construction
  • Drive system requirements
  • Aesthetics / Finishes
  • Construction by others
  • Project management and timelines

Participants will gain a broader understanding of their chosen Learning Seminar equipment. At the conclusion, of the presentation, be assured that your presenter will also provide an opportunity to entertain any questions or concerns attendees may have regarding accessibility issues as they relate to any current or pending commercial projects.

To proceed with scheduling a Lunch & Learn Seminar at your location, please complete the form on this page click here to complete the request form.

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Upcoming Events

Architectural Digest Design Show in NYC
June 25-28,2020
Pier 94, 55th Street at 12th Ave

2020 AIA Long Island Chapter’s 18th Annual  Product Fair
Thursday, April 23, 2020,
Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
101 James Doolittle Boulevard, Uniondale, NY.