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Holiday Masonry Morning: Masonry Innovation 

Whether through pioneering advances in BIM, robotics, collaborative delivery methods or new materials, masonry continues to meet the innovative requirements of today’s design community.

Earn 4 LU/HSW learning units at IMI's 2018 Holiday Masonry Morning, which will focus on masonry innovation. Seminars and hands-on demonstrations will introduce attendees to ideas and tools that support the growth of advanced design and new applications for masonry materials.

When

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

7:30 am - Registration, Hot Breakfast Available
8:00 am - Masonry Innovation
9:00 am - Construction Robotics Demo
10:00 am - Rainscreen
11:00 am - Rainscreen Hands-On Demo

Where

International Masonry Institute
17101 Science Drive
Bowie, MD 20715

Registration

While the seminar is free, registration (on the right) is required. 
Space is limited, please register by Friday, December 7, 2018.

Program

Masonry Innovation
New Products and systems that address performance, prefabrication, aesthetics, and speed of construction are continuously being developed for the masonry industry. This seminar will look at the changing landscape for masonry delivery. Discussions will include a review of research programs that improve efficiencies of the building enclosure. The integration of robotics on the job site will also be explored along with a demonstration of Construction Robotics’ Material Unit Lift Enhancer, a device designed for handling and placing material with weights up to 135 lbs.

Designing & Detailing High-Performing Masonry Rainscreen Walls
This program investigates the building science and evolution of high-performing masonry wall concepts from mass walls to pressured and non-pressurized cavity walls. Attendees will learn how challenging problems of water, air, vapor, and energy control concepts are integrated for successful and innovative exterior wall solutions. Attendees will learn how masonry rainscreens can be achieved with traditional anchored veneers or light-gauged sub-frame systems to support thin lightweight masonry units such as natural stone, terracotta, brick, porcelain stone, calcium silicate, glass-fiber reinforced concrete, and high-pressure laminates.

Who

Architects, Engineers, Construction Managers, Owners, Facility Managers, Developers, BAC Signatory Contractors and BAC Members

Thank You

For more information on exhibiting please contact Maria Viteri at mviteri@imiweb.org. 


Continuing Education

Continuing_EducationThis program meets AIA/CES criteria for 4 LU/HSW learning unit, which will be reported directly to AIA.