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Architect and Engineer Continuing Education

  • Offered in Convenient Seminar Formats
  • Taught by Industry Experts
  • Affords AIA/HSW and PDH Hours Upon Successful Completion

Architects and engineers licensed and registered in New York State must complete 36 hours of continuing education (CE) each three-year registration period. NYUSPS is an approved provider of CE for New York State and the American Institute of Architects (AIA). For architects and AIA members, “HSW” after a course description indicates the number of credit hours that also qualify as Health, Safety, and Welfare hours. For licensed professional engineers, “PDH” indicates the number of credit hours earned upon satisfactory completion of the course. For further information, please visit the New York State Education Department Office of the Professions at www.op.nysed.gov/prof .

Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Cogeneration

Learn how the principles of combined heat and power make it a powerful strategy for reducing operating costs and emissions in buildings today.

Facade Inspection Safety Program (FISP)

This course covers the current requirements of the Facade Inspection Safety Program (FISP) of New York City Local Law 11/98.

Green Roof and Wall Technology

Examine the latest in green roof and living wall design, installation, and maintenance.

Legionella Control and Water Treatment in Commercial Buildings

Examine the water treatment programs used to control microbiologic and chemical fouling of cooling towers and heat transfer equipment.

New York City Building Code: Fire Protection

Review in detail the fire protection sections of the New York City Building Code including report forms, compliance, regulations, and enforcement.

Solar and Renewable Energy Policy

Learn the essential elements of solar photovoltaic (PV), wind, and energy storage integration and policy.

Structural Renovations: Understanding NYC Buildings and How to Modify Them

Learn to design an efficient renovation project so you get the most out of the architectural design and inherent strengths of the existing building.

The "New" New York State Mold Law

Gain a comprehensive understanding of the new 2015 New York State Mold Law (New York State Bill S3667D-2013).

Understanding the New York City Zoning Resolution

Understand the legal and technical framework of the New York City Zoning Resolution.