Architectural Continuing Education

Advancements in EIFS for Today's Building Envelope Wall Design Challenges

Advancements in EIFS for Today’s Building Envelope Wall Design Challenges

Thursday, October 5  |  12 – 1pm
Event registration closes on October 4
Online Event!
Course Descriptions
The Nebraska Masonry Alliance is funding a research project with David Newton, Assistant Professor of Architecture at UNL. This seminar will provide an outline of what he’s been working on in reference to introducing robotics to masonry to advance sustainable building solutions. This research helps us keep masonry moving forward.

Learning Objectives

  • Nebraska Masonry Alliance Design Research and Fabrication Grant “Sustainability in Robotic Masonry Construction” under the direction of Professor David Newton
  • Nebraska Masonry Alliance Award Fund- which provides us funds to support the competition – UNL Foundation
  • Nebraska Masonry Alliance Competition where students compete for scholarship money by designing with masonry (plant tour and hands on demo RK)
  • Update on the number of architectural students currently enrolled in the program
  • Inform the group the DLR Lab at the UNL School of Architecture
  • Discuss the Architecture Hall Library is currently being remodeled

Learning Units: 1 AIA CEU/HSW credit
Presented by: Aj Brown, Iowa and Nebraska Technical Sales Representative

This is event is sponsored by the Nebraska Masonry Alliance

Event Registration

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Please contact Katie Bugbee with any questions you have: