Masonry Advisory Council Continuing Education Breakfast
August 14, 2014 at Oak Brook Maggiano’s
By Joe Packhem
The Masonry Advisory Council is hosting its next Continuing Education Breakfast on Aug. 14 at Maggiano’s Oak Brook from 7:30-11:30 AM. This is a great opportunity for architects, engineers, contractors, building officials and other industry professionals to earn 2.5 AIA CEU credits!
Detailing Masonry Veneers to Avoid Water Penetration and Cracks
Learn to design a drainage wall system, what causes movement, how much movement to expect, how to control movement, and where to place movement joints.
Internally Braced Masonry Walls
Contractors, engineers and architects will all benefit from this presentation about the benefits of reinforcement in masonry walls used to brace against wind loads for partially constructed walls.
Speakers for the event will be:
Ron Hunsicker has given more than 1,750 presentations during his career and submitted hundreds of commercial, industrial, educational, and residential site investigations as well as formal reports that assessed problems, established causes, and suggested remedial actions.
Todd Dailey is a registered professional engineer in the States of Michigan and Ohio, and has over 30 years’ experience in structural engineering and building design.
The cost is $25.00 (pre-register by August 7, 2014) or $35.00 at the door.
Download the registration form for details and don't delay!
About the Author
Joe Packhem is the staff engineer at the Masonry Advisory Council.