Earthquake Design Considerations for Non-Residential Buildings
This online engineering PDH course discusses earthquake design considerations in non-residential type buildings. It identifies specific design issues, performance expectations and requirements associated with each of the following six occupancy types:
- Commercial office facilities
- Retail commercial facilities
- Light manufacturing facilities
- Healthcare facilities
- School facilities
- University facilities
It also provides examples of performance of these types of buildings in past earthquakes and specific vulnerabilities.
This 4 PDH online course is intended for civil and structural engineers and architects interested in gaining a better understanding of earthquake design considerations for different types of buildings.
This PE continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Learning about the specific design issues, performance expectations and requirements associated with office, retail, light manufacturing, healthcare, school and university facilities
- Understanding the performance of these types of facilities during past earthquakes
- Learning specific vulnerabilities of these facilities during earthquakes
- Understanding the responsibilities and interactions of members of the design team
In this professional engineering CEU course you need to review Chapters 6 to 12 of the Federal Emergency Management Agency Report titled "Primer for Design Professionals: Communicating with Owners and Managers of New Buildings on Earthquake Risk (FEMA-389)".
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