Join us for our FREE April 2021 Webinar
"Hambro - Composite Forming System"
Tuesday April 13, 2021
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Speaker: John Stahl,
Vice President of Swirnow Structures
Swirnow Structures will be presenting on the Hambro® D500 Structural Floor System, a quality noncombustible floor system at an affordable price with superior fire & sound ratings. Hambro is a composite steel joist with a “S” shaped top chord which gets embedded in a slender 2 ¾” slab. The composite action allows Hambro to be spaced at 4’-1 ¼” with no bridging or bracing, allowing for simplified mechanical distribution and no drop ceilings or bulkheads.
The composite action allows for long spans of up to 40’ and makes it a great fit for a host of project types. Due to the longer spans Hambro can typically span from exterior bearing walls to interior corridor walls and eliminate many of the intermediate bearing walls needed for other wall bearing systems. With no shoring required, sub-trades can gain access to the building earlier to start their work, and the strip and go Hambro forming system allows for an expedited construction schedule. Hambro utilizes reusable plywood forms as opposed to permanent metal decking which allows for flexibility in the field. Hambro is a proven cost effective structural floor system. Be sure to attend to learn more!
This webinar is also worth 1 AIA CEU credit!!!
Certificates will be emailed approximately
1 week after the class.
Speaker: John Stahl
Vice President at Swirnow Building Systems
John Stahl, Vice President of Swirnow Building Systems, has an extensive history in the construction industry and has been leading the sales team at Swirnow for the past 35 years, providing the Hambro® D500 Structural Floor System. John has a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and studied at Johns Hopkins University. Stahl is very involved in the building and construction industry throughout the region, and has overseen millions of square feet of concrete poured for Hambro projects. He has been a member of the Building Congress & Exchange since 1988 and a Lifetime Member since 2004, and has served as President of the BC&E, President of the Foundation, and actively participates on multiple Foundation Committees. He has also served on the Board of AIA Baltimore and served on AIA Affiliate Committees.