IESNY Presents Electrical Design for Dummies



Education presents Electrical Design for Dummies, which is targeted to lighting designers, architects, and interior designers. It is a full day workshop on Electrical Design. Learn the nuts and bolts of circuiting, basics of wiring, fundamentals of transformer sizing, the nitty-gritty of track versus busway, lighting controls, and low voltage systems. Become skilled at how to read electrical drawings and terminology, and many other electrical essentials you need to know when trying to coordinate your deigns with the electrical engineer and electrical contractor.

Saturday, May 31, 2003
10 am – 3 pm, with breakfast at 9:30 am
The Cooper Union
51 Astor Place, New York City

Continuing education credits are available, including: 4 HSW AIA/CES learning unit hours, 4 NCQLP LEU credits.

$80 for IES and AIA members, $100 for non-members, included breakfast and handouts.

Register by Thursday, May 29. To register for the workshop, please call:
Judi Nadel at the Illuminating Engineering Society/New York Section at 718-951-6773, or send an e-mail directly to Judi at [email protected]

For more information about course content, please call:
Randy Sabedra, Kugler Tillotson Associates, at 212-382-2100, ext 27, or send e-mail directly to Randy at [email protected].

For further information on the Illuminating Engineering Society/New York Section, check out its website at:

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