Hubble Middle School Masonry: Continuing Education with Echelon

CEU Credits for Masonry & Architecture

At Echelon, we believe obtaining masonry and architecture CEUs should be more than just an annual item on your to-do list. That’s why we design our Lunch & Learn workshops to be a fun way to continue to develop your skill set and learn about the latest innovations in your field. We offer a variety of ways for you to easily obtain continuing education units through pre-approved AIA courses including online masonry articles and the in-person Lunch & Learns below.

Contact our team and see why so many professionals in the architecture, masonry, and construction fields trust the Oldcastle brand to deliver informative, convenient CEU courses. 

Lunch and Learn

Design Tactics for Masonry Stone Products (LU/HSW)

The choice of concrete masonry in a building’s envelope provides a durable and permanent material that will last the life of the building. This program will discuss new masonry and stone products in the market, including large veneer and design options to meet today's trending aesthetic demands.

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Designing with Masonry for a Healthier, Safer Building Environment (LU/HSW)

Masonry can be used for a variety of different applications and, because of its durable nature and use of less embodied energy, it is a very environmentally friendly building product. We will discuss ASTM specification classifications and texture, pattern and color variations offered through masonry. We will also review the environmental contribution that masonry offers the architect in the specification of building materials, including the prevention of moisture and mold in construction projects.

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Green Building Design with Concrete Masonry Units (LU/HSW)

This presentation will discuss green building and sustainable design benefits of concrete masonry including life cycle costs. We will cover how building with concrete masonry can contribute to specific LEED credits, and to the health, safety, and indoor comfort of the building occupants.

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