Carol Goodwin is leading a free CEU course on 12/14/2011 in Maitland Florida.
The location is Helman Hurley Charvat Peacock Architects, http://www.hhcp.com at noon, 222 West Maitland Boulevard, Maitland, Florida.
RSVP required to attend “Architectural and Design Treatments of Reclaimed Wood to Ensure Long Term Beauty and Durability of this Historical Resource”. You can email Carol at firstname.lastname@example.org
The course is approved for 2 learning credits by the AIA, IDCEC, AIBD and State of Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulations. Learning objectives include:
- Learn the history of America’s first forests and evaluate variations in grades and know what to anticipate when specifying reclaimed and antique woods.
- Compare characteristics of reclaimed and antique woods with more available standing timber and know the terminology to specify the grade they want.
- Analyze manufacturing variations to insure that specs simplify installation; e.g., know when engineered wood products are well-made to avoid problems
- Understand installation and finish specifics for various uses to ensure long term success of the wood products