The Association for Preservation Technology International, with support from NCPTT, will hold another in its series of “hands-on” workshops held at the Taliesin estate of noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright in Spring Green, Wisconsin.
This workshop will address:
- General approaches to diagnosing existing buildings.
- Water effects and how to mitigate water runoff from roof top to the surrounding soil.
- Diagnosing stucco issues.
- Diagnosing issues with brick and stone masonry.
- Diagnosing structural issues.
- Energy considerations with building envelopes.
This workshop targets building owners and stewards, and preservation professionals including architects, engineers, and material conservators.
Attendees will earn 12.5 AIA/CES Learning Units
- Stephen J. Kelley, AIA, SE, NCARB, Historic Preservation Specialist, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc., Chicago
- William B. Rose, RA, Senior Research Architect at the University of Illinois
- Peter Wollenberg, Architectural Conservator, Wollenberg Building Conservation, LLC, St. Louis
- Alan Dreyfuss, RA, Restoration Architect, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc., San Francisco
More information to come. For updates, visit http://www.apti.org/