Designer Support & Continuing Education
Logix provides full-service support and solutions to shorten your learning curve and maximize your project's success. To arrange for project-specific design assistance at any time, please contact your local Logix Territory Manager or your local Authorized Logix Dealer.
For designers who want to learn how to design with Logix, the Logix organization, together with our network of authorized dealers, also offers a combination of webcasts and continuing education presentations that are listed below.
Please email us if you have any questions at all about our various support and educational programs.
Insulated Concrete Forms Today - The Essential Update
(Approved for 1 AIA learning Unit)
This is a 1-hour continuing education presentation and is available as a face-to-face lunch & learn presentation.
This essential update provides an overview of the many ground-breaking trends, product innovations and testing results that have very recently emerged with respect to insulated concrete form technology and it's applications.
* Recent ICF product innovations
* The latest case studies vs wood frame and CMU
* Ground-breaking ICF thermal performance test results
Introduction to ICF
(Approved for 2 AIA learning units)
This 2 hour continuing education presentation is available as a face-to-face in-office presentation only. This 100 level presentation provides a generic overview of ICF technology and applications and is intended for design professional without extensive ICF experience who are looking for a high level, basic overview of ICFs.
- ICF Technology Today
- Resilience & Sustainability
- Design & Detailing
Build Better Mid-Rise Family Buildings With ICF
(Approved for 1 AIA learning unit)
This is a 1 hour presentation and is available as a face-to-face lunch & learn presentation only.
This 300 level presentation is tailored to those design professionals who wish to learn more about ICF-built mid-rise buildings.
- ICF Versatility
- Why ICF's are ideal for Mid-Rise Multi-Family Construction
- The Build Phase - A Faster and Often Less Expensive Build
- The Operating Phase - An efficient, comfortable and profitable building.