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The Traditional Building Conference's Online Education series for architecture, building, and restoration professionals provides best practices, industry insights, AIA credits and more!

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Incorporating New Technologies in Historic Buildings- Case Studies for Comfort, Conservation and Codes

Register Now: The speaker will present two projects completed recently involving major renovations and additions to early 20th century historic buildings located in Arkansas.

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The Durability of Clay Tile Roofing

On-Demand. This session will explore the material and its response to different climates and fire. A case study will be included.

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Preserving the Integrity of the American Front Porch

Gain an understanding of why traditional building materials seem to be failing more rapidly when used in creating exterior living space.

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Repair, Restore, Replace? Evaluating Solutions for Deterioration in Historic Masonry

Register Now. Through a series of brief investigative and rehabilitative mini-case studies, this presentation will explore the typical problems that can occur within three distinct historic masonry systems.

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Adaptive Reuse: the Top 10 Takeaways From 25 Years of Mill and Industrial Building Conversions

This session will address retaining embodied energy, often unique structural systems, integrating HVAC, window reuse or replacement, integrating new additions and more under the guidance of an architect with more than 25 years’ experience in working with historic mills.

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The Fundamentals of Glass and Building Science

Considerations for mitigating moisture problems, whether to use films and coatings, and secondary glazing will be addressed in this session.

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Frank L. Wright and the Architects of Steinway Hall

For about ten years, at the beginning of his career, Frank Lloyd Wright shared office space with his close friends, Dwight Perkins, Robert Spencer, and Myron Hunt. They worked together in the attic loft of Steinway Hall an office building and piano showroom designed by Perkins in Chicago.

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Reglazing vs. Replacing Windows: Comparing the Carbon Impact

Register. The course will compare the embodied and operating carbon impacts of window restoration, secondary glazing, and replacement windows as well as emerging glazing technologies.

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Beauty & Sustainability: Custom Wood Garage Door Solutions

Register. This course will cover the use of custom wood doors for large exterior openings found on garages, car barns, pool houses, and other auxiliary spaces.