Webinars

TBCS-OnlineEducation

The Traditional Building Conference's Online Education Conference was held September 27th - October 26th, 2017. These five popular sessions are now available on-demand for free. With the knowledge of industry-leading experts and AIA CEUs available, this series provides an online TBCS experience.

The TBCS Online Education Conference is supported and underwritten by our Platinum Sponsors

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Special Thanks to Our Sponsors

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On-Demand Webinars

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

Available On-Demand

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

1.25 AIA HSW Learning Units

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Applying Building Codes to Historic Buildings

Available On-Demand

Speaker: Theodore Vedock, AIA, Hammel Associates Architects

1.5 AIA HSW Learning Units

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Traditional Plaster 101

Available On-Demand

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

Available On-Demand

 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

Available On-Demand

1 AIA HSW Learning Unit

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

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Restoring American Heritage Tile

Available On-Demand

Speaker: Keith Bieneman, Heritage Tile, Verona, Wisconsin
1 AIA HSW Learning Unit

Historic ceramic tiles are a common flooring material and wall covering in many different kinds of small, as well as large, private and public structures throughout the United States. Whether plain, or decoratively patterned, traditional ceramic tiles are important in defining the character of historic buildings.  

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Properties and Performance of Vacuum Insulated Glazing

Available On-Demand

Speaker: Kyle Sword, Manager of Business Development, Pilkington North America, Toledo, OH

1 AIA HSW Learning Unit

Glass and glass technology have changed dramatically over the past few hundred years. Multiple technologies exist to achieve a balance of aesthetics and performance while still trying to achieve the goals of the building stake holders. Vacuum insulated glazing (VIG) is one such technology that can be used to achieve a unique balance of these requirements. Understanding the key terminology, concepts, and technology related to this product are key to determining if this is may be a new solution for certain projects.

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Traditional Windows and Historic Settings: Details. Details. Details

Available On-Demand

Speaker: Steve Lien, Marvin Windows and Doors

1 AIA HSW Learning Unit

While the American building marketplace is flooded with generic windows made in all types of materials, there are some compelling reasons to pay attention to the details of wooden windows when working on historic preservation and traditionally inspired commercial projects. This webinar will explore how careful attention to details that can improve the appearance of the project, comply with regulations that protect historic integrity and support applications for historic tax credit programs.