Events & Education

County Materials frequently hosts educational seminars that are open to construction and landscape industry professionals.

Browse the available events below or contact us to schedule a Learning Session with a County Materials’ product representative.

Continuing Education for Credit Seminars

County Materials Corporation offers several AIA/CES and LA/CES and Dwelling Contractor approved courses for architects, landscape architects, engineers, developers and builders interested in learning more about diverse construction products. Instructors will set up at your workplace and provide a complimentary lunch to all program attendees.

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Available Learning Unit Courses:

Browse the available events below or contact us to schedule a Learning Session with a County Materials’ product representative.

Concrete Roof Deck Paver System – County Materials

Course Number: CMCRDPS2016
Approved AIA/CES Credits: (1) LU Hour
This course is intended to provide an overview of precast concrete roof deck paver systems, including their advantages over alternative roof deck options. This presentation covers the types of concrete roof deck pavers that are available, their material composition and properties, potential for projects to earn LEED points, and applications and installation methods for precast concrete roof deck paver systems.

Burnished Concrete Masonry – County Materials

Course Number: CMCBCM0012015
Approved AIA/CES Credits: (1) LU Hour
An overview of ground faced / burnished concrete masonry with applicable standards, aesthetic options and construction techniques to ensure a successful burnished masonry application.

Decorative Concrete Face & Thru Wall-Load Bearing Brick – County Materials

Course Number: CMCDCB0012015
Approved AIA/CES Credits: (1) LU Hour
An overview of concrete brick properties and attributes; comparison to alternative products; proper assembly and construction practices; sustainable attributes; and aesthetic use in architectural masonry design.

Permeable Paver Design & Performance III – County Materials

Course Number:  CMCPerm Pav18
Approved AIA/CES Credits: (1) LU Hour
Ecological advantages are the focus of permeable paver systems; explore impacts of runoff and compliance with current storm water management regulations.

Concrete Pavers in Commercial Applications – County Materials

Course Number: CMCpaver2016
Approved AIA/CES Credits: (1) LU Hour
This course is intended to provide an overview of concrete pavers used in commercial applications and their advantages over alternative paving options. This presentation covers the historical origins, shapes and material composition, design criteria, budget considerations, sustainability and advantages of concrete pavers.

Concrete Thin Veneers – The Advantages of Concrete Thin Veneers – County Materials

Course Number: CMCTV0022015
Approved AIA/CES Credits: (1) LU Hour
This course is intended to provide an overview of concrete Thin Veneers as a building material. This presentation covers concrete thin veneers properties and attributes; proper assembly and construction practices; sustainable attributes; and aesthetic use in architectural masonry design.

Concrete Masonry Veneer Units – County Materials

Course Number: CMCVENEER2017
Approved AIA/CES Credits: (1) LU Hour
This course is intended to provide an overview of concrete masonry veneers as a building material. This presentation covers concrete masonry veneer properties and attributes; proper assembly and construction practices; sustainable attributes; and aesthetic use in architectural masonry design.

County Materials Block and Paver Plant Tour - County Materials

Course Number: CMCTour2018
Approved AIA/CES Credits: (2) LU/HSW Hours
This course will provide a tour of an active manufacturing facility and provide participants with a firsthand experience of how raw materials are transformed into architectural masonry and hardscape products that enhance the environments we live in. Follow and learn about the processes involved from manufacturing, quality control testing to packaging and shipping. Manufacturing processes will cover: concrete block, concrete veneers, burnished masonry units, retaining wall units, pavers and slabs.

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