Using Natural Stone in Today’s Architecture: Stone Design and Architecture

Start Date
07/02/2017
End Date
07/02/2019
Description
This course will focus on the architect’s sampling process, surface finishes, graphics, basic stone detailing, BIM object libraries, and will touch lightly on anchoring systems. The objective is to provide an understanding of available finishes, and design tools available to architects as they begin the design process and progress toward contract drawings. Consideration will also be given to budget pricing and cost implications of various design options.
Location
Coldspring, MN
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Design-Build
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
Examine and compare various finishes for stone applications and how they can impact site design (ex. aesthetics, safety, environmental impacts, etc.).

Recognize quarry range and background color and how it can impact project design.

Explore anchoring systems, basic detailing, and BIM libraries for stone project design. Understand how they can impact construction and performance.

Analyze pricing and budget considerations for standard stone details.
Instructors
Michael Butler, Coldspring,Regional Sales Manager, Karen Olah, Coldsping, Regional Sales Manager, Jeff Bauman, Coldspring, Regional Sales Manager, Ken Hogan, Coldspring, Regional Sales Manager
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Course Codes
MIABSICS2
Provider
Natural Stone Institute


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