RCI SoCal Brings a Seminar on Stucco March 1, 2010

So Cal Chapter of RCI, Inc.
March 1, 2010
  STUCCO

An In Depth Look At A Common Assembly
A look at all aspects of stucco, including full scale mock-ups and results of new testing.

Areas covered include general wall design principles, structural requirements for supporting walls, weather resistive barriers for drainage pland and cavity walls, flashings, metal lath, stucco materials and mixes, stucco application, curing and finishes. Highlights Include:

  • Expectations of stucco and where not to use it. Drainage wall and cavity wall performance differences
  • Stiffness and stability needed for structural walls
  • Wood and gypsum sheathing requirements
  • Performance and application of weather resistive barriers and self adhered flashings.
  • Flashing for windows (nail-on fin and store front) and doors.
  • Flashings for parapets, beams, pipes, etc. and counter flashing for roofing
  • Lath types and attachments.
  • Control Joint and reveal performance and installation.
  • Stucco materials and mixes, What to specify for different needs.
  • Stucco application and curing.
  • Stucco finished, elastomeric and fabric reinforced finishes.
     
Program
    

Program Time: 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

Complimentary lunch provided between 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM
Registration Fees:
    RCI Member: $225    Non-Member: $250        Student: $100
Registration on or after February 26, 2010
    $275 all attendees, including RCI and Westcon Members
 

 Continuing Education Credits

RCI –
Continuing Educational Hours (CEHs) – 7.0
AIA – Learning Units (LUs) from the American Institute of Architects – 7.0

  To Register, click HERE  or call (866) 914-4RCI

                                                   

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