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Join us monthly for AIA-accredited webinars on modern solutions to the most pressing challenges in design, presented by experts from across the industry. We are pleased to offer courses on a variety of topics each tied to one of Oldcastle's product groups: masonry, hardscapes, decking, fencing and more. From specification support to site planning to strategies to optimize the health and wellness of your occupants and beyond, APG U sessions offer up knowledge you need to succeed – and the LU and HSW credits you need to stay current.
Check out the current block of webinars below. A number of previous APGU courses have also been recorded and are available within the
Oldcastle APG Continuing Education Portal for on-demand learning purposes.
Cohesive and resilient designs are integral to the long-term success of construction projects, but they can be challenging to achieve. This Oldcastle APG University course provides a fundamental overview of industry best practices for installation over various substrates, with a special emphasis on the latest code requirements for anchored and adhered veneer.
You won’t want to miss this opportunity to stay current with code changes, get material selection insights and practical tips on retaining design intent through the bidding and construction phases.
Master segmental retaining walls for grade separation in your site development plans. Join Oldcastle APG University as we guide you through the essential knowledge civil engineers need to thrive in this critical aspect of construction.
Using the Concrete Masonry and Hardscapes Association’s Best Practices Guide for Segmental Retaining Walls, you’ll learn how to elevate the safety and longevity of your SRWs and how building foundations, footers, pond applications, and fencing/guardrail codes impact design and construction.
Are you an architect seeking to enhance your skills in architectural detailing? Join our upcoming Oldcastle APG University session exploring the intricate world of Cast Stone detailing.
In this informative session, you'll gain valuable insights into how building movement and dead loads impact your projects and how utilizing anchors, mortar, sealant joints, and kerfs help achieve impeccable exterior veneer applications. Don't miss this opportunity to elevate your expertise and discover why Cast Stone is a durable choice built to last.