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LUNCH AND LEARN AT MAA

29.05.2019


Lunch and Learn programs is a creative alternative to formal training and seminars. The programs become integral parts of the organizational culture and an event that Architects look forward to. Basically, lunch and learn programs are training events that are scheduled during a lunch break at the Architectural firm conference rooms. The sponsor provides lunch catering to the group of Architects to encourage attendance and participation, since they are taking up their spare time to learn about new products and materials. ALUTECH launches it’s own Lunch and Learn programs for the Architects with the USA architectural firms to be the first one’s to discover them.

The main goal is to improve our brand name recognition and educate Architects about our ALT systems performances and benefits. To assure seamless integration of our products into project’s specifications that later will be utilized by local fabricators and installers to deliver the job.

More than 20 architects have joined our lunch and learn program at Morris Adjmi Architects on May 29th 2019. The presentation has shown modern trends in aluminum construction industry, discovered important aspects of implementing a suitable aluminum system in architectural projects, described ALUTECH manufacturing capacities and main products: stick built curtain walls ALT F50, unitized facades ALT EF65, thermal windows and doors ALT W72 and special architectural solutions.



 

Previously ALUTECH lunch and learn program was presented by Factory representative in the USA, Dmitry Avramenko to almost 80 architects at H2M Architects + Engineers on February 26th 2019.

We are currently scheduling our following Lunch and Learns for 2019 and kindly invite interested architectural agencies in New York and other states to participate (please e-mail to avramenko@alutech-group.com to sign up). Later in 2019 we will be presenting our CE Continuous Educational program with issued AIA LU Learning Units for Architects and Engineers.

To learn more about high perfomance building envelopes, please find our PowerPoint Presentation following this dropbox link