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Video: Traditional Building Online Education Conference

Earn AIA CEU credits by attending the Traditional Building Conference's online education conference.
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For those who cannot attend in person, the Traditional Building Online Education Conference will take place from September 27th - October 26th, 2017. Five of the Traditional Building Conference Series' most popular sessions will be available live or on-demand for free. 

Sessions will be available live and then on-demand within 24hrs. See the full line-up here. 

Webinars offered include:

Traditional Doors: A Master Class on Craft, Form and Function

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 2 pm ET (1 pm CT/Noon MT/11am PT)

Speaker: Brent Hull, craftsman and President, Hull Historical, Inc.

1.25 AIA HSW Learning Units

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Applying Building Codes to Historic Buildings

Thursday, October 5, 2017
2 pm ET (1 pm CT/Noon MT/11am PT)

Speaker: Theodore Vedock, AIA, Hammel Associates Architects

1.5 AIA HSW Learning Units

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Traditional Plaster 101

Thursday, October 12, 2017
2 pm ET (1 pm CT/Noon MT/11am PT)

Speaker: Patrick Webb, Lecturer and Research Associate, The Center for Traditional Craft in Savannah, GA

1 AIA HSW Learning Unit

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Historic Brickwork: Mortar and Method

Thursday, October 19, 2017
2 pm ET (1 pm CT/Noon MT/11am PT)

1 AIA HSW Learning Unit

Speaker: John Speweik, Historic Masonry Specialist, Speweik Preservation Consultants, Inc.

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Traditional Materials, Contemporary Methods: A Case Study of Christopher Newport Hall

October 26, 2017 2 pm ET (1 pm CT/Noon MT/11am PT)

1 AIA HSW Learning Unit

Speakers: Lori Snyder Garrett, AIA, LEED Green Associate and H. Randolph Holmes, Jr.; AIA, Senior Principal, Glavé and Holmes Architecture, Richmond, VA

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Marvin

Marvin is a manufacturer of wood windows and doors that creates products inspired by how people live. They have a variety of product lines that carry over 11,000 standard sizes as well as custom shapes and sizes, and specializes in historic rehabilitation.