Sportworks - Inventing in a Copycat World

Start Date
05/08/2017
End Date
05/07/2019
Description
Course describes the history of bike parking, trends and future of bike parking, and overcoming design challenges to meet the current client requirements. Key takeaways are: 1) Understand Living Building Challenge, APBP standards, and LEED requirements related to bike parking; 2) Define client requirements related to bike parking; 3) Design with the cyclist in mind: promote security and functionality to overcome Waverackitis; 4) Understand how to layout a bike area/room.
Location
Seattle, WA
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Campus Planning & Design
Design-Build
Development Trends
Housing & Community Design
Parks & Recreation
Security Design
Site Planning
Sustainable Development & Design
Transportation
Urban Planning & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
No
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
1) Participants will be able to define the type of classification for each bike rack and use this information to educate their clients.
2) Participants will understand the spacing requirements for horizontal/vertical bike parking in an interior/exterior setting and be able to layout a bike area.
3) Participants will understand Living Building Challenge, APBP standards, and LEED requirements related to bike parking.
4) Participants will design with the cyclist in mind to promote security and functionality for the end user.
Instructors
Matt Childs, Jackson Amadeck, Bethany Stockton
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Course Codes
Provider
Sportworks Northwest, Inc.


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