GRECO Offers New AIA-Approved Continuing Education Course on Glass Railings for Commercial and Multi-Family Projects

May 9, 2024

TAMPA, Fla – May 2, 2024 GRECO Architectural Metal Products (GRECO), a leading manufacturer and supplier of architectural railings and metal products in North America, has released its latest continuing education course for architects. The course is on glass railings for commercial and multi-family projects for interior and exterior applications. It has been approved by the American Institute of Architects (AIA), offering one Learning Unit for Health, Safety, and Welfare.

GRECO has developed a comprehensive educational program tailored to architects as part of its commitment to providing the highest-quality education, products, and services. This new course marks the fifth installment in its continuing education series. GRECO is dedicated to delivering excellence in architectural railings and metal products, aiming to equip architects with the necessary expertise to produce outstanding designs.

The Glass Railings course for Commercial and Multi-family Projects provides a comprehensive overview of glass guardrails and handrails, providing design insight, best practices, related building codes, and much more. Upon completion, architects will have acquired valuable knowledge about integrating glass railings into modern architectural designs. 

“This course is a valuable resource for architects who want to stay ahead of the curve in the use of glass railings for commercial and multi-family projects,” says Michael Robbins, vice president of GRECO Architectural Metal Products. “By participating in this course, architects can earn AIA learning units and gain the confidence to specify glass railings in their next project.”

The commercial glass railings course can be accessed on-demand on GRECO’s website at grecorailings.com/continuing-education. Architects have the flexibility to access the course at their convenience, enabling flexible learning to enhance their professional development. Additionally, GRECO offers live lunch-and-learn presentations upon request. This gives architects a forum to interact directly with industry experts and receive personalized guidance.

Architects who complete the course will not only enhance their understanding of glass railings but also earn one AIA Learning Unit for Health, Safety, and Welfare. This accreditation underscores GRECO’s commitment to delivering educational content of the highest caliber and is designed to support architects in their pursuit of excellence. 

For more information about GRECO’s new continuing education course on glass railings for commercial and multi-family projects, visit www.grecorailings.com/continuing-education or contact the company’s support team at 727.372.1100.