COURSES FOR ARCHITECTS, CONSULTANTS AND
One-Hour and Half-Day Continuing Education Courses are offered free-of-charge to Architects, Engineers, Conservators and Students of
Historic Preservation. For sign-up, additional information or registration materials,Contact Us.
PROFESSIONAL CONTINUING EDUCATION
COURSES FOR ARCHITECTS, CONSULTANTS AND FACILITIES MANAGERS:
MAY 3rd & 4th, 2017 HANDS-ON RESTORATION WORKSHOP
-Day One: Terra Cotta, Stone & Historic Concrete Repair
-Day Two: Historic Repointing & Injection Grouting
These two full-day programs are designed to provide
owners, architects, engineers, contractors and conservators with a detailed, practical understanding of repair systems and mortars and methods for proper application. Through a combination of
presentations, demonstrations and exercises, participants will learn the techniques and approaches needed to properly complete masonry repair and repointing projects. Register for either day,
or both days. Each course qualifies for 7 hours of Continuing Education credit (self-reporting).
TOTAL PARTICIPANTS WILL BE LIMITED TO 12 SO REGISTER QUICKLY - THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT!
Additional Workshop Information
COLOR SCIENCE IN MASONRY & CONCRETE RESTORATION (1 HR)
This seminar is offered to qualified architectural, engineering and consulting firms involved in masonry and concrete restoration. The seminar
reviews the basics of color science, explores the need for objective color measurement and communication in restoration work, and examines the various systems which have been used for cataloguing and
communicating color information. Issues of color matching, color tolerance, color retention and the practical limitations in controlling color in "real world" applications are discussed.
Methods for optimizing long term color compatibility are presented and illustrated. Strategies and new techniques for obtaining good color matches are also discussed.
Terra Cotta & Stone Repair (1 HR)
This seminar illustrates and explores the significance of each of the various materials properties for stone and masonry repair materials. Through
examples and case studies, participants are provided with a framework for project decision-making with regard to required performance and viable options for material selection. Approaches to
large-scale repair, replication of complex glaze finishes, and the special issues revolving around wet terra cotta buildings are also detailed.
Mortar 101: Basic Things You Should Know About Masonry Mortar But Were Confused, Misled or Maybe Just Afraid To Ask (1 HR)
This program reviews the basic components, principals and standards applying to both modern and historic masonry mortars. Included are the basic
chemistry of various types of limes and cements, aggregate selection criteria, proportioning guidelines for modern and historic mortars, applicable ASTM Standards, approaches to color control and
issues in mortar analysis.
The Natural Cement Revival (1 HR)
These Continuing Education Courses
can be scheduled for In-House In-Service Programs.
For complete course description, visit our Training Page. For sign-up, additional
information or registration materials,Contact Us.