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San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Arches, corbelling, quoins, banding—how do you achieve all these details with brick? We’ll show you how and also tell you ways to accomplish many design features using interesting brick shapes. Examples of buildings with unique brick details using different sized brick, different bond patterns and various mortar joints are showcased. Guidance on keeping costs down with special details while maximizing the impact will be discussed. We end with a special look at brick sculpture and some award-winning buildings that incorporate interesting, new ideas using brick.
At the end of this program, participants will be able to:
Learn how to detail brick corbelling from a structural standpoint as well as from an aesthetic viewpoint.
Learn how to use brick sizes and bond patterns to change the appearance of the wall, often with little additional cost.
- Learn how to specify brick sculpture properly and what it takes to make it turn out problem free.
Learn how to use special brick shapes in various positions on a building that will increase the durability and decrease costly field-built details.
Brian E. Trimble, PE, LEED AP, Brick Industry Association
11:30 am – 11:55 pm Check-in & Seating
11:55 am – 1:00 pm Seminar & Lunch
Preferred, North Classroom tickets for the main classroom are limited availability to the first professionals who reserve their tickets online. We will then offer a limited number of East Classroom (overflow seating tickets) for an on-site remote classroom connected via webinar. Off-site webinar viewing is not available at this time.
This program meets state of Illinois and AIA/CES requirements for continuing education, and qualifies for 1.0 Learning Unit.
When & Where
International Masonry Institute
IMI is a non-profit organization that delivers education and techical programs to the design and construction community on behalf of BAC contractors and craftworkers.