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2018 Edgewood Vendor Showcase

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502 East Event Centre

502 East Carmel Drive

Carmel, IN 46032

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We invite you to take part in our annual vendor showcase and educational event. This year's event will be held at the 502 East Event Center located in Carmel and will feature several new manufacturers and product lines. This is a one-day educational event with each attendee able to earn up to 4 credit hours from a variety of available classes. There will be a total of 8 educational classes to choose from throughout the day with 4 being architecturally related and 4 hardscape courses. This event is free to attend and will include breakfast, lunch, and a social hour at the end of the day. Attendees will be eligible for prize drawings throughout the day.

We look forward to seeing you there!




Schedule of Events

8:00am – 9:00am | Check In

9:00am – 10:00am | 1st Class Session

10:00am – 10:30am | Break

10:30am – 11:30pm | 2nd Class Session

11:30pm – 1:00pm | Lunch

1:00pm – 2:00pm | 3th Class Session

2:00pm – 2:30pm | Break

2:30pm – 3:30pm | 4th Class Session

3:30pm – 5:00pm | Social



COURSE LIST


Architectural Courses

1. Bomb Blast Resistant Masonry | Jeff Elder

2. Code Compliance for Thin Stone and Thin Brick | Jeff Tew

3. Full Veneer Masonry | Steve Keagley

4. Indiana Limestone | – Danielle Smith


Hardscape Courses

1. Segmented Clay Paving | Jim Piteo

2. Architectural Paving & Design | Mike Anderson

3. Low Voltage Lighting | Josh Good

4. OSHA Construction Silica Standard | Bryan L. Thais




Architectural Courses (Full Description)

1. Bomb Blast Resistant Masonry | Jeff Elder – Interstate Brick | 9:00am – 10:00am

Program Number: ISB 008 | Credit Hours: 1.0 | Course Description:

Design of Blast Resistant Buildings with Structural Brick

Learning Objectives:

  • The concept of Blast Resistant Design.

  • Effect of Blast loads on buildings and the response of buildings to blast loads.

  • General DoD Design Criteria for blast resistant buildings pertaining to masonry buildings.

  • The concept and cause for the progressive collapse of buildings.

  • Design principles to prevent progressive collapse using structural brick walls.

Continued Education for: AIA, HSW


2. Code Compliance for Thin Stone and Thin Brick | Jeff Tew – Cultured Stone | 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Program Number: MVM2011 | Credit Hours: 1.0 | Course Description:

Design guidelines for sustainable manufactured stone veneer buildings, including product innovations and industry related education.

Learning Objectives:

  • Examine the manufactured stone veneer manufacturing process

  • Analyze key steps in the installation process required to meet warranty and building code

  • Discuss details and flashing necessary for high-performance buildings

Continued Education for: AIA, HSW


3. Full Veneer Masonry | Steve Keagley – Edicott Brick | 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Credit Hours: 1.0 | Course Description:

Continued Education for: AIA, HSW


4. Indiana Limestone | Danielle Smith – Indiana Limestone Company | 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Credit Hours: 1.0 | Course Description:

  • Indiana Limestone History

  • Quarrying Operations

  • Fabrication Process

  • Specifics of Indiana Limestone

  • Indiana Limestone vs Cast Stone

  • Why Natural Stone

Continued Education for: AIA, HSW

Hardscape Courses (Full Description)

1. Segmented Clay Paving | Jim Piteo – Belden | 9:00am – 10:00am

Credit Hours: 1.0 | Course Description:

  • Review the unique characteristics of Clay Pavers relevant to permeable paving applications

  • Identify materials and methods used in their construction

  • Incorporate strategies that can improve water quality and reduce runoff

  • Discuss advantages, limitations, and best practices

  • Identify areas in which permeable clay brick pavements can contribute to sustainable environments through careful material selections and system design

  • Case Study showing project progression from start to finish

Continued Education for: AIA, HSW


2. Architectural Paving & Design | Mike Anderson – Unilock | 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Program Number: ARCPAV | Credit Hours: 1.0 | Course Description:

This presentation will inspire designers and specifiers to utilize concrete pavers as the best solution for innovative design. Too often spaces, such as plazas, sidewalks, entries, drop-offs, courtyards and commons, default to less creative options such as scored, poured-in-place concrete. With many important factors to consider when designing spaces, this presentation will illustrate the basic principles of design with photos from projects that have successfully demonstrated innovative concrete paver solutions. Many of these solutions implemented several concrete paver characteristics, such as style, shape, texture, color, and pattern. These characteristics, as well as the technical and functional aspects of a segmental, concrete paving system, will be examined. By applying the advantages and flexibility of pavers into a selection process will translate into great design.

Continued Education for: AIA, LACES


3. Low Voltage Lighting | Josh Good – Unique Lighting | 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Course Description: Marketing for the Lighting Professional

Educational class discussing the advantages of low voltage lighting

4. OSHA Construction Silica Standard | Bryan L. Thais – Indiana Dept. of Labor | 2:30 am – 3:30 am

Course Description:

  • Learn requirements of the new construction respirable crystalline silica standard

  • Identify common construction-related tasks where exposures to respirable crystalline may occur

  • Understand exposure limits and learn control methods to limit exposure to respirable crystalline silica


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