Two AIA CES approved courses available for scheduling immediately
Chicago, IL – April 21, 2015 – RTM Engineering Consultants (RTM), a trusted engineering consulting partner to some of the nation’s most respected architectural firms and Fortune 500 companies, is now an American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education System (CES) Approved Provider for firms located in Illinois and Wisconsin. RTM has two registered AIA CES courses available for scheduling immediately, with additional courses in development.
“RTM is privileged to now be an AIA CES approved provider,” said Tony Mirchandani, CEO of RTM Engineering Consultants. “We look forward to continuing to provide our expertise and industry knowledge to help educate the architecture community.”
The two AIA CES approved courses include “Obtaining LEED Points in Plumbing” and “Elevator System Design Elements.” Both classes are one hour in length and instructed by RTM staff. RTM is currently scheduling private, face-to-face courses at interested architecture firms’ offices located in Illinois and Wisconsin. In addition, the firm will be announcing a schedule of courses held at RTM offices located in these states, that will be open to the general architecture public for individuals interested in continuing their education on important industry topics.
For additional information on these courses, or to schedule a private course, please contact Jessica Kacmar at email@example.com.
About RTM Engineering Consultants
Established in 1981 and headquartered outside Chicago, RTM Engineering Consultants integrates MEP/FP and civil engineering services with sustainable design as a given. Licensed in all 50 states, its portfolio spans multiple sectors nationwide. For more information, visit www.rtmassociates.com.
About the American Institute of Architects
Established in 1857 and based in Washington D.C., the AIA is a leading professional membership association for licensed architects, professionals and allied partners with almost 300 state and local chapters throughout the U.S. For more information, visit http://www.aia.org/.