Designing with Dimensional Stone - Dec 3-4-5, 2012

Program Description: This session will include a discussion of stone varieties, properties, and limitations. Once an understanding of those properties is achieved, the session will advance to address performance and limitation parameters that influence selection decisions. The presentation will also explore the variety of methods available for installation of natural stone products, including adhered and anchored options. The longer December 5 session will go more deeply into a comprehensive discussion of anchorage devices, including advantages and disadvantages of adhered and anchored options in both field application efficiencies and performance. Explanation of the interdependence between the stone facade system and related curtain wall components will complete this technical presentation. Presented by: Chuck Muehlbauer, Technical Director, Marble Institute of America Dates: December 3 at IMI, Addison, Illinois December 4 at Daltile Tile & Stone Gallery, Chicago, Illinois December 5 at Building Enclosure Council held at Gensler's office, Chicago, Illinois Dates & Locations: Monday December 3, 2012 International Masonry Institute 2140 W. Corporate Drive Addison, Illinois 60101 Tuesday December 4 Daltile Tile & Stone Gallery 316 W. Hubbard Street Chicago, Illinois 60654 Wednesday December 5 Building Enclosure Council hosted by Gensler 11 E. Madison #300 Chicago, Illinois 60602 Schedule: 11:40 – 12:00 Check-in 12:00 Seminar & Lunch* 1:00 Conclude (Dec 3 & 4) 1:30 Conclude (Dec 5) * Lunch is provided Dec 3 & 4; Dec 5 is bring-your-own lunch Cost: Free with pre-registration; lunch is included (Dec 3 & 4 only). Space is limited, so register early. Education: This program meets state of Illinois and AIA/CES requirements for continuing education, and qualifies for 1.0 Learning Units including 1.0 HSW Learning Units. For more information, visit or contact International Masonry Institute at (630) 396-3144 or
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