Crystal Windows Presents at Mid-Atlantic Architect Workshop

National manufacturer Crystal Window & Door Systems will be a featured presenter at a virtual workshop for architects and other design professionals focusing on the Mid-Atlantic region.  Hosted by The Architect’s Newspaper, the forum is part of the media outlet’s online CE|Strong series of continuing education programs, including live virtual workshops, online courses, and other resources.  The June 16, 2021, workshop theme is solutions for High-Performance Facades.

Crystal will be a featured speaker in an upcoming continuing education forum on facades for architects and other design professionals. The forum is part of The Architect’s Newspaper CE|Strong continuing education platform.

“During 2020, Crystal really ramped up its online program delivery to architects, engineers, and others in the design community to stay connected with our market,” said Steven Yu, Marketing Manager for Crystal.  “The participation has been tremendous for each webinar and has enabled us to reach many more architects across the country.  This CE|Strong Virtual Workshop is another great way for Crystal to communicate critical technical fenestration information to architects and specifiers.”

Vincent Grieco, Crystal’s Technical Sales Manager, will present Specifying Windows, Doors, and Skylights Using Performance Standards.  He will cover how to use window and door standards and codes to specify product type, performance level, and key performance attributes.  Grieco brings his extensive experience with major commercial fenestration projects, installation techniques, and product specification to his educational presentation, giving architects participating in the workshop many examples and addressing common challenges they are likely to face.

The CE|Strong Mid-Atlantic Virtual Workshop is scheduled for Wednesday, June 16 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM (ET), with the one-hour Crystal presentation beginning at 1:00 PM (ET).  Participants in all sessions earn AIA continuing education credits with five presentations and interactive discussions on a variety of façade materials, including windows.  While the forum focuses on the Mid-Atlantic region, participants from all regions are welcome.  For more information on registering for the workshop, visit