Skip to main content

Crawford-Tracey Corp Offers Course on Curtain Wall System Design

Crawford-Tracey Corporation, a glazing contractor serving the Southeastern U.S. and Caribbean, released its latest continuing education course for architects. The course is on designing curtain wall systems for the hurricane market and has been approved by the American Institute of Architects for one Learning Unit for Health, Safety and Welfare.

More about the course

As part of Crawford-Tracey’s commitment to providing high-quality products and services, the company is committed to continuing education for the design and building community. The new course walks through the complete design process of a high-performance curtain wall system for the hurricane market. Topics include the various types of curtain wall systems, wind loads and mullion spacing, impact-glass requirements, water resistance, and energy performance.

The Designing Curtain Wall Systems course is available as a Lunch & Learn for Florida architects. To request a Lunch & Learn presentation visit

Architects who complete the course will earn one Learning Unit for Health, Safety and Welfare, recognized by the AIA. 

What Crawford says

"Our new AIA course takes an architect through the entire process of designing high-performance curtain wall systems for the hurricane market,” says Ray Crawford, president, Crawford-Tracey. "We work with architects every day on designing the best glazing systems for commercial projects and wanted to capture this valuable information in continuing education format.”