Contact: Judy L. Hayward, email@example.com
The Traditional Building Virtual Conference presented 11.75 AIA CEU seminars in five days with live Q & A, networking and a resource library of information about historic renovation, restoration, adaptive use and classical design. Originally scheduled as a series of three in-person events throughout 2020, The Traditional Building Virtual Conference, by all accounts, overcame the pandemic and delivered real value to architects; contractors, building owners and facilities managers who work in the $200 million traditional building industry.
Online education for traditional building professionals is a new reality, with over 3,000 participating in Traditional Building Conference Virtual Conferences in 2020, which included video case studies, white papers, technical data for maintenance solutions, and installation demonstrations around Methods and Materials. In collaboration with the American Institute of Architects, The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art and members of the Association of Preservation Technology International, Traditional Building Conference attendee/registrants earned over 45 continuing education units throughout the year.
The education offered a diverse mix of topics: biophilic design; the restoration of Eero Saarinen’s Birdcage in Milwaukee; the restoration of the Colosseum in Rome; masonry pointing and mortar replication; historic window restoration; clay tile color matching; the neuroscience of architecture; ethno-preservation; storm window energy ratings and installation and period- kitchen design.
The Traditional Building Virtual Conference is now available on-demand. Participants who registered for the live event in November have full access to the education and can earn extra CEUs. New registrants can log-in to learn and earn 11.75 AIA Health/Safety/Welfare Units for $99.00. Architects must pass an exam to earn credit for the on-demand seminars.
Traditional Building Virtual Conference sponsors underwrite this education throughout the year and play an important role in the Methods and Materials curriculum. These dedicated suppliers provide solutions via the TBVC on-demand experience with virtual displays, videos and interaction: Marvin; Ludowici; Allied; Pilkington; Crown Point Cabinetry and Historical Arts and Casting.
Go to www.traditionalbuildingshow.com to register for the Traditional Building Virtual Conference on-demand or email Carolyn Walsh firstname.lastname@example.org. For education and CEU information contact Judy Hayward email@example.com.