Stone in Design – A Collaboration: Working with Stone Firms in the Early Design Phases

Start Date
07/02/2017
End Date
07/02/2019
Description
This course is intended to instruct attendees about the use of stone in projects as well as defining the key elements in the design process.
Location
Coldspring, MN
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Design-Build
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
1. Develop an understanding of when and why stone elements should drive the design intent of the projects.

2. Understand the importance of project team interaction with stone specialists.

Identify the importance of the stone design process including needs assessment, stone selection, suitability, as well as BIM and stone design.

4. Develop an understanding of the importance of quarry and fabrication plant tours to view materials in their natural setting and have a better idea of surface finishes as applied to finished materials.
Instructors
Coldspring Regional Sales Managers, Bill Eubank, Todd Olson, Karen Olah, Craig Gerber, Michael Butler, Kathy Spanier
Website Registration
Course Codes
MIABSICS3
Provider
Natural Stone Institute


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