Thursday, Feb 18th: On-line Seminar: Lightweight Concrete:
Thank you Peter Gross for a great seminar.
Thursday, March 25th: On-line Seminar: Masonry Construction: The seminar will be divided into three equal sessions.
So sorry, but this seminar has been postponed and rescheduled for April 29th.
Thursday, April 29th: RESCHEDULED: On-line Seminar: Masonry Construction: The seminar will be divided into three equal sessions.
In conjunction with the International Masonry Institute (IMI) , you’re invited to hear one of the country’s leading experts in masonry construction and design. This seminar will include three individual presentations concerning masonry construction.
Session One: Designing & Detailing Durable Masonry Walls: This session reviews current industry recommendations for moisture, air, vapor, and thermal control of masonry walls. A significant portion of this session will focus on flashing and moisture control. We will also look at the whole masonry wall assembly and address wall components, including: water/air barriers, flashing, weep vents, air space, mortar, veneer anchors, and movement joints.
Session Two: High-Performing Masonry Walls: Contemporary brick, block and stone wall assemblies can be designed to last for long or short service life. This seminar will explore the definition of “high-performance” and addressing selection of appropriate wall assemble components to match designer and client expectations.
Session Three: Masonry Movement Joints: This session explains the attributes of different movement control joint types and where to locate them.
Speaker Bio: Pat Conway, AIA; Pat is the Director of Education for the IMI, and a distinguished masonry speaker, and author. Pat is also the Director of IMI’s internal national technical team. Pat is a registered architect in the state of Wisconsin, a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Construction Specification Institute (CSI), and the International Institute of Building Enclosure (IIBEC).
When: Thursday, March 25, 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm
CEH: 3 hours