Course Summary:

Masonry: Learn to Do It Right

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Topics

  • Design and Construction of Masonry Walls for Performance
  • Failures
  • Choosing the Right Maintenance and Repair Approach
  • Latest Developments in Masonry Codes, Standards, and Guidelines

Audience

  • Masonry and general contractors
  • Architects/engineers
  • Facility managers and building owners
  • Masonry product manufacturers and distributors

Benefits

Increase your proficiency in:

  • Selecting masonry systems
  • Getting quality masonry work
  • Using effective masonry inspection techniques
  • Maintaining and repairing masonry systems
  • Understanding the causes of masonry failures and identifying prevention strategies
  • Dealing with codes, standards, and guidelines
  • Identifying construction detail, workmanship, and quality control problems and solutions

Earn PDH, LU, CEU

By participating in this course, you will earn 12 Professional Development Hours (PDH), 12 AIA Learning Units (LU) and 1.2 Continuing Education Units (CEU). Learn more about PDH, LU, CEU and state licensing boards.


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