David J. Thaddeus, AIA, NCARB is currently a tenured Professor of Structures and Architectural Design at the College of Arts+Architecture at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He was previously tenured at the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture at the University of Houston. Mr. Thaddeus has been teaching structural topics to students in architecture since 1985. He also holds degrees in both structural engineering and architecture.
David Thaddeus has been teaching review seminars for the Architect Registration Examination (ARE) structural divisions since 1990. Since then, interest in his seminar has gained momentum and he has presented seminars in over 42 cities in the U.S., four cities in Canada, and in Puerto Rico. He has also presented an abbreviated version of the seminar at the AIA National and Regional Conventions since 2003.
The ARE Structures Seminar covers the Structural Systems division of the ARE 4.0, including
General Structures, Lateral Forces, and the Structural Framing Vignette.
The seminar is presented over a three-day weekend.
Friday 8am-7pm | Saturday 8am-7pm | Sunday 8am –7 pm
*** Seminar subject to cancelation.