What’s better than prepping for one division? Prepping for three!
We’re switching things up in our upcoming episode of ARE Live on Thursday, March 17. Previously, we’ve focused our attention on one division but this month we’re strengthening your ARE acumen by approaching the broader topic of structural design. We’ll revisit four questions about structures that you may come across in Project Planning and Design, Project Development and Documentation, and Programming and Analysis.
With a fresh look at how to approach these questions, we’ll be joined by an expert in the field who will share their strategies for tackling structures on the ARE. Be sure to complete the mock exam before noon CT on March 17 so you can review your answers in real-time with our experts!
Ask any of your structural design questions in the comments below to have them answered during our live broadcast.
We’ll see you on Thursday, March 17 at noon Central!
Hi everyone, welcome to the ARE Community! Ask any questions below, or just say hi, and you’ll be eligible to win a free Black Spectacles t-shirt. We’ll announce the winner here at the end of the episode!
Hello everyone from South Carolina! thank you guys for having us!
Hello, thank you for this webinar
Hello from Springfield, MO!
Hello From Des Moines, IA
Hello from Kentucky. Looking forward to this (first session for me). Thanks for doing this!
Hi from Colorado! excited for this structures webinar today.
Hello from Northwest Arkansas
Is it more economical to slope open web joists or to leave them flat when it comes to low slope roofs and drainage to perimeter drains?
I have checked in with an architect and so for low-slope roofs, typically they’re kept flat and the insulation layer is sloped to create pitch to drains.
Hope this helps!
Will a slab-on-grade option be more susceptible to sinking given the low quality of the soil?