Historical Masonry Workshop Recordings

$300.00

This program is intended for any Owner, Architect, Engineer or Contractor who is assessing/purchasing/stabilizing/renovating an existing (especially an historic) building with masonry wall (including load-bearing/non-load-bearing/veneers) such as brick. stone or concrete masonry units. This program will specifically provide attendees with the fundamental skills necessary to understand how the following impact existing masonry structures:

  • Differing Architectural Approaches to Historical Restorations
  • Structural Functions of Masonry Walls
  • Building Code Evaluations of Existing Buildings
  • Investigation Techniques and Standards
  • Mortar Repointing and Crack Repair Techniques
  • Retrofit Veneer Anchor System
  • Lateral Restraint Anchors and Bracing Systems

This program was presented on April, 12, 2013 at the University of Texas – Brownsville Campus. Speakers include Alan Pettingale, Andreas Stavridis, Benchmark Harris, Michael Schuller, and Gordon Shepperd. The recordings listed below can be purchased individually or together at a 25% discount. Parts 1 & 14 are available for free.


All proceeds from sales of these recordings will go toward the Clayford T. Grimm, P.E. Student Scholarship.

This product will provide access to all workshop recordings.
To purchase individual recordings, use the links in the table below.
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Description

This program is intended for any Owner, Architect, Engineer or Contractor who is assessing/purchasing/stabilizing/renovating an existing (especially an historic) building with masonry wall (including load-bearing/non-load-bearing/veneers) such as brick. stone or concrete masonry units. This program will specifically provide attendees with the fundamental skills necessary to understand how the following impact existing masonry structures:

  • Differing Architectural Approaches to Historical Restorations
  • Structural Functions of Masonry Walls
  • Building Code Evaluations of Existing Buildings
  • Investigation Techniques and Standards
  • Mortar Repointing and Crack Repair Techniques
  • Retrofit Veneer Anchor System
  • Lateral Restraint Anchors and Bracing Systems

This program was presented on April, 12, 2013 at the University of Texas – Brownsville Campus. Speakers include Alan Pettingale, Andreas Stavridis, Benchmark Harris, Michael Schuller, and Gordon Shepperd. The recordings listed below can be purchased individually or together at a 25% discount. Parts 1 & 14 are available for free.


TopicLengthRetail PriceMember PricePresenter
Total (Purchase Complete Set)6:02:58$400 $300$300 $225
Part 1: Introduction to Workshop13:11FreeFree
Part 2: Approaches to Historical Masonry11:18$12$9Ben Harris
Part 3: Structural Engineering 10143:32$60$45Andreas Stavridis
Part 4: Building Code Evaluations of Existing Buildings17:04$24$18Ben Harris
Part 5: Investigation Techniques and Standards21:28$24$18Ben Harris
Part 6: Moisture and Energy Performance59:51$60$45Gordon Shepperd
Part 7: Investigation Considerations18:26$24$18Ben Harris
Part 8: Masonry Crack Repair32:11$32$24Mike Schuller
Part 9: Mortar Repointing and Repair34:27$32$24Alan Pettingale
Part 10: Lateral Restraint Anchors25:23$32$24Mike Schuller
Part 11: Signage on Buildings32:54$32$24Alan Pettingale
Part 12: Strengthening Masonry44:20$60$45Mike Schuller
Part 13: Infestation in Buildings07:04$8$6Alan Pettingale
Part 14: Conclusion01:49FreeFree