Thursday, January 16, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM CST

   Management and logistics
   Soft-strip (aka “cherry-picking”)
   Wood Steel
   Masonry Concrete
   Roofing materials Doors and windows
   HVAC equipment Mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP)
   Interior finishes

Webinar Instructions

Each webinar session earns continuing education credit and can be registered for individually. All attendees must log-on through their own email – attendees may not watch together if they wish to earn continuing education credit. HalfMoon Education Inc. must be able to prove attendance if either the attendee or HalfMoon Education Inc. is audited.

Certificates of completion will be provided for each webinar attended and will be sent via email in PDF form about five business days after the conclusion of the series.

Webinars are presented via GoToWebinar, an easy-to-use application that can be run on most systems and tablets. Instructions and login information will be provided in an email sent close to the date of the webinar. It is highly recommended that you download, install and test the application before the webinar begins by clicking on the link in the email.


GoToWebinar App requirements: 
Windows 7 – 10 or Mac OSX 10.9 (Mavericks) – 10.14 (Mojave)

Web Browser:
The two most recent version of the following browsers:
Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Microsoft Edge
Internet Explorer v11 (or later) with Flash enabled

Internet connection:
 Minimum of 1Mbps       Hardware: 2GB RAM or more

For more information visit the Support section at


     1.5 PDHs

     1.5 HSW CE Hours

     1.5 LU|HSW

Continuing Education Credit Information

These live, interactive webinars are designed to qualify for engineer and architect continuing education credit in most states. Course participants need to be aware of any state continuing education restrictions/limitations on online learning and acceptance of non-HSW coursework for architects for some of the webinars. See each webinar listing for offered credits.

HalfMoon Education is registered with the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System (Provider J885) and the Landscape Architect Continuing Education System. Visit for complete AIA/CES information under each course listing. Only full attendance is reportable to the AIA/CES and LA/CES.

HalfMoon Education is an approved continuing education sponsor for engineers in Florida, Indiana (License No. CE21700059), Maryland, New Jersey (Approval No. 24GP00000700), North Carolina, and North Dakota. HalfMoon Education is deemed a New York-approved continuing education provider for engineers, architects, and landscape architects via its affiliation with the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System (Regulations of the Commissioner §68.14(i)(2), §69.6(i)(2), and 79-1.5(i)(2)).

The Association of State Floodplain Managers has approved the Aerial Mapping Technologies and Procedures webinars. The available CECs are indicated for each webinar offering.

Participation and knowledge retention will be verified for these webinar events. Certificates of completion will be provided upon successful completion of the quiz following the end of each webinar, and earned LUs (AIA/CES) and PDHs (LA/CES) will be reported by HalfMoon Education Inc.


Bradley Guy

School of Architecture and Planning

Mr. Guy is an associate professor of practice and director of the MS in Sustainable Design program, School of Architecture and Planning, The Catholic University of America (CUArch), Washington, DC. He is also the director of the Center for Building Stewardship, and director of the MS in Facilities Management program at CUArch. Mr. Guy’s teaching and research focus on sustainable and healthy materials and C&D waste, life cycle assessment, prefabrication and modular design, design to use reclaimed materials, design for deconstruction, and building deconstruction. In 2005, he co-founded the Building Materials Reuse Association, and he has conducted deconstruction projects throughout the US. Mr. Guy was a member and chair of the USGBC Materials and Resources Technical Advisory Group for the development of LEED v4, and is currently a member of the USGBC LEED Social Equity Pilot Credit Working Group, and the AIA Materials Knowledge Working Group. He is also a US representative of the US ASTM TAG to the working group for development of the ISO 20887 Design for Adaptability and Disassembly Standard. Mr. Guy was co-editor for the book “Construction Ecology,” and co-author of a book on building deconstruction titled, “Unbuilding: Salvaging the Architectural Treasures of Unwanted Houses”. He also wrote the on-line “Design for Disassembly in the Built Environment” guide for King County, Washington. Mr. Guy has a M.S. degree in Architectural Studies from the University of Florida, and a B.Arch. degree from the University of Arizona, and he is an associate member of the AIA and a USGBC LEED AP BD+C.