Integrating Access Doors for Function and Design CEU Course


Tuesday, March 8, 2022


12:00 PM America/Chicago

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This one-hour course explores commercial wall and ceiling Access Doors, their purposes, locations and applications. You will learn design considerations and factors including fire-ratings, materials and hardware. We will also discuss code, compliances and LEED requirements necessary for specification. 


  • Describe the various purpose, locations & applications for Access Doors for a diversified range of project styles
  • Discern between the design decisions that determine Access Doors
  • Select the right panel for appropriate use
  • Identify codes, standards, certifications & LEED requirements
  • Presenter

    Chris Kasa

    Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Chris has 20+ years of commercial construction industry experience and leads the Babcock-Davis specification team by partnering with design professionals to provide substantial product solutions, detailed technical support and superior service.

    Babcock Davis

    Great Products. Better Partners.
    Babcock-Davis is a leading manufacturer of architectural access and safety-related building products for commercial structures in Divisions 05, 07, 08, 10 and 12. We provide local connections through a broad distribution network to accelerate and simplify the building process for contractors and building owners, offering hassle-free services including access to technical experts, REVIT tools for BIM, HPDs for LEED v4, 3-part specifications and AIA and IIBEC-accredited continuing education courses.