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Oregon Construction Lien Law

Credit Hours: 2 | |

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Oregon Construction Lien Law

This video series is presented by Bill Fig. Bill is a construction attorney with Sussman Shank LLP in Portland, Oregon. He represents general contractors, subcontractors, and material suppliers in all aspects relating to their businesses. This includes contract review and drafting, preparing construction bond and lien claims, and litigating all types of payment claims in state and federal courts. He also handles administrative claims against contractors’ surety bonds.

If you want more information on liens in Oregon, or have a specific question, please contact Bill Fig: wfig@sussmanshank.com or 503.227.1111

Learning Objectives: What’s a lien and how do I get one? Perfecting Your Construction Lien. Enforcing Your Construction Lien. Priority of Payment & Pitfall.
Introduction to SIPS - Lesson 1

Credit Hours: 1 | |

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Introduction to SIPs BEST Lesson 1

SIPschool’s Al Cobb introduces structural insulated panels (SIPs). Topics include the early and recent history of SIPs, the anatomy of a SIP, common applications of SIPs, and SIP manufacturing.

SIPS Panel Friendly Design

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Panel Friendly Structural Designs BEST Lesson 2

 Lesson 2 covers the fundamental information necessary to design and engineer a SIPs building. Topics include which  architectural styles are best suited for SIPs and how to tailor SIPs to best suit the needs of the building.

SIPS Planning, Business Science, and Layout Drawings - Lessons 3, 4 & 5

Credit Hours: 1.5 | |

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SIPs Layout Drawings BEST Lessons 3, 4 & 5

In Lesson 3 Al Cobb presents how to thoroughly and efficiently plan a SIP project, including topics such as estimating & quoting costs & services, finding panel suppliers and the writing specifications for panels to suit the needs of a project.

Building science, Lesson 4, concerns the flow of energy and moisture through buildings. In this lesson, Al Cobb examines the building science behind SIPs.
Lesson 5 gives an overview of panel layout drawings. Topics include the purposes of panel layout drawings and the review process.
SIPS Layout and Panel Installation - Lesson 6 & 7

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Layout and Panel Installation BEST Lesson 6 & 7

In lesson 6, Al Cobb discusses key information for planning and coordinating a SIP job site.  Topics include best practices, safety, panel delivery and material handling equipment.

Lesson 7 provides an overview on how to install SIPs. Topics include tools and techniques, site management and how to tailor the SIP installation to each specific project.

 

SIPS Integrating Mechanical Systems

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Integrating Mechanical Systems BEST Lesson 8

In this lesson, Al Cobb explains how to integrate mechanical systems into a SIPs project. Topics include working with mechanicals trades, HVAC analysis and how to control dangerous pressure conditions that can lead to backdrafting of combustion appliances.

SIPS Finishing Materials & Sales

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SIPs Sales BEST Lesson 9 & 10

Lesson 9 outlines how to apply finish materials and properly detail SIP projects. Topics include siding choices and fastening procedures, window and door installation and back-ventilation techniques.
In Lesson 10, the final presentation, Al Cobb explores how to sell SIPs. Topics include how best to discuss price, and how to persuasively overcome various objections that prospective clients may have.

 

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