2017 Educational Opportunities

  2017 Educational Opportunities


Certification Classes


Required CORE Course: Historic Masonry and Restoration
Presented by: John Voelker with Cornerstone Restoration and Diane Travis
October 4, 2017
8am-4pm at CITC
646 Mariposa Street
Denver, CO 80204
8.0 credits in the Quality Assurance and Best Practices Category

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Contract Review
Presented by: Josh Pellant with Faegre, Barker Daniels
November 15, 2017
12-1pm at CITC
646 Mariposa Street
Denver, CO 80204
1.0 credits in the Ethics and Business Practices Category

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STONE Part 3: Limestone
Presented by Eric Marshall with Landmark Stone and Bret Terry with RMMI
December 4, 2017
8am-12pm at CITC
646 Mariposa Street
Denver, CO 80204
4.0 credits in the Masonry Products Category

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For online offerings
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RMMI Lunch and Learns

July Lunch and Learns

Engineering Lunch and Learn:

Post-Installed Anchors
Presented by: Donald Harvey with Atkinson Noland and Assoc.
July 26th
11:30am-1:00pm at Martin and Martin
12499 West Colfax Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80215

The design of post-installed anchors is becoming exponentially more complex ... with cracked and un-cracked substrates, temperature concerns, installer certifications, and a day-long battery of calculations for overhead adhesive anchors in concrete. So where do anchors in masonry fit into the increasingly complex puzzle? This presentation will include discussion of the state of practice for post-installed masonry anchors. We will look at the provisions of the new International Existing Building Code for post-installed anchors in masonry, along with other Codes and Standards. There will be a discussion of some commonly overlooked (but critically important) footnotes in anchor manufacturers' design tables. Finally, we will discuss anchor testing and what kinds of capacities can be reasonably expected.


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September Lunch and Learns
Engineering Lunch and Learn:
Somebody Else's Problem .... Right? Movement Joints in Masonry
Presented by: Donald Harvey with Atkinson Noland and Assoc.
September 7th
11:30am-1:00pm at CTL Thompson
400 North Link Lane
Fort Collins, CO 80524

Understanding the fundamental properties of masonry products is the first step in creating bold, fun, and sexy masonry joint design! However, there are numerous aspects of layout, width, spacing, and detailing that come together to ensure properly functioning movement joints in masonry. This presentation will include design guidelines, examples, and reference materials for creating joints in masonry that work the way they are intended to work. We will even address the age-old dilemma of architects demanding fewer joints marring their perfect edifice, and perhaps even present a method to eliminate movement joints altogether!?


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Architectural Lunch and Learn:
Thin Adhered Veneers
Presented by: Bret Terry with RMMI
September 27th
11:30am-1:00pm at AGC
686 Mariposa Street
Denver, CO 80204
1.5 HSW AIA Approved Credits
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For more information on our Professional Lunch and Learns click
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