Hands On Workshop for Multi-Story Fittings in High Rise Vertical Construction - 312
Includes a Live Event on 12/02/2020 at 10:00 AM (CST)
This presentation looks at a group of industry-based, established drain, waste, and vent fittings designed for use in high-rise vertical construction with stacked, single-occupant restrooms such as hotels, hospitals, and condominiums. It will look at the history and basic anatomy of these fittings, explore the types of projects where these fittings should be used, review the basic types of available fittings, and review the installation procedures. This presentation also includes a hands-on segment where the attending design professional will actually install a fitting assembly in a test jig to experience first-hand the advantages and value of this product group.
- Understand the history and basic anatomy of a Multi-Story Fitting
- Understand the types of projects that use Multi-Story Fittings
- Understand the basic types of Multi-Story Fittings
- Understand the installation of a Multi-Story Fitting
- Assemble an actual Multi-Story Fitting system in an in-class, virtual hands-on installation.
Paul Tully is a Field Technical Representative for Charlotte Pipe and Foundry Company. His primary focus is educating engineers, designers, contractors, and code officials on products, industry trends, and issues, as well as handling jobsite issues. Paul graduated from the University of North Texas with a BBA in Strategic Management and has been in the plumbing industry for more than 25 years, working with many facets of the construction industry. Paul is based in the Dallas area and serves the south central and Rocky Mountain states.
Brian Helms is the Training Manager for Charlotte Pipe and Foundry. Brian attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and holds active PMP, CSM, CTC, and GGP certifications. He currently leads Charlotte Pipe’s Onsite Product Knowledge Training Program but also has experience as a Field Technical Services Rep, model mechanical and plumbing code development, as well as plastics and cast iron pipe and fitting manufacturing. Brian has also led projects to develop Charlotte Pipe’s two mobile technical applications, CPF TechTools and CPF ChemGuide. He has written articles for such industry publications as Plumbing & Mechanical and Plumbing Engineer and has been employed with Charlotte Pipe for more than 20 years.
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