May 20th Chapter Meeting

Cold Formed Steel Framing Systems

Learning Objectives:
• Discuss LEED and the recyclability of cold formed steel products
• Review the uses and methods for cold formed floor systems
• Identify floor framing products that cold formed steel can efficiently replace
• Provide basic design guidelines for what needs to appear on your construction documents
• Provide resources you can use to help your design effort for cold formed steel floor systems

Earn 1.0 Hour CEU/PDH HSW for New York State Architects & Engineers, AIA, and CSI.

Anthony Stazzone, CSI
Mr. Stazzone is the North East Architectural Sales Manager for Marino\WARE Industries, Inc., and is based at Corporate Headquarters in South Plainfield, New Jersey. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the New Jersey Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute. Mr. Stazzone is a Liberal Arts Management Sciences program graduate of the Virginia Wesleyan College. His professional affiliations also include the Construction Specifications Institute, Certified Steel Stud Association, Drywall & Interior Systems Association of New Jersey, New Jersey Subcontractors Association, New York Subcontractors and the North Eastern Subcontractors Association.

Anthony Stazzone has over 30 years’ background in the steel framing industry, with particular expertise in cold-formed steel framing products for floors, curtain walls, interior non-load bearing, and roof systems, LEED implications of product selection, and recyclability benefits. He has provided solutions-oriented technical assistance to architects, professional engineers, specification writers, interior designers, general contractors, subcontractors, and distributers, from building conceptualization through completion. Mr. Stazzone has consulted on Pre-Design Value Engineering for major projects in and around the Mid-Atlantic and North East regions, including B2 Brooklyn (a 32-Story modular building in New York City, billed as the “World's Tallest Pre-Fab Modular Building”), as well as the Lewis Arts Center at Princeton University. He has been an invited speaker at numerous architectural and construction industry continuing education seminars, including those sponsored by The American Institute of Architects, Construction Specifications Institute on such topics as Cold-Formed Steel Framing Floor Systems, Interior Non-Load Bearing Partitions, and Dynamic and Static Head-of-Wall Joint Fire Protection.

H2M architects + engineers, 538 Broad Hollow Road, 4th Floor East, Melville, NY 11747 

Our meetings are free. For those who don't have time to eat after work, we offer a buffet sandwich dinner for $10 per person.