Tour: Fabrication of Natural Stone - Processing that Meets Design Specifications

Start Date
07/02/2017
End Date
07/02/2019
Description
This course is an overview of the equipment and sequence of fabrication processes used to create cuts and finishes per the design specifications for natural stone building products. Participants will recognize how architectural drawings translate into shop tickets and apply to the fabrication process. Illustrative examples of natural stone fabrication standards and how finished products are prepared for shipping and installation will convey realistic expectations in specifying design requirements for building and landscape projects.
Location
Coldspring, MN
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Project Management
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
Show the machinery and use of each throughout the various aspects of how natural stone is fabricated to design specifications.

Understand the purpose and process of shop drawings and see examples of carry through from selection through fabrication.

Identify some commonly specified cuts and applications of natural stone and illustrate the variety of finishes available.

Understand how fabricated natural stone is prepared for installation, packaged and processed for shipment.
Instructors
Coldspring Regional Sales Managers, Bill Eubank, Todd Olson, Karen Olah, Craig Gerber, Michael Butler, Kathy Spanier
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Course Codes
MIABSICS4
Provider
Natural Stone Institute


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