Noble Company is an Authorized Provider of Continuing Education for AIA and IDCEC. We conduct seminars for architects, design, and construction professionals. These seminars provide information about cost-effective solutions to problems created by today’s fast-paced, cost driven construction techniques.
Noble will visit your firm for a "Lunch-and-Learn" providing education and lunch for your organization from Noon-1pm. Perodically, Noble also holds regional CEU's open to the architectural community in a particular area. These events are listed under "Upcoming Classes" on this webpage.
Our programs offer Learning Unit (LU) credits for AIA Continuing Education and Health, Safety & Welfare (HSW), and are available in a variety of formats to fit individual learning styles (instructor lead, online, and webinars)
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This briskly-paced presentation will touch on some of the most common (and frequent) reasons why waterproofing for ceramic tile and stone can go wrong, as well as offering practical "real life" solutions to make sure you do not fall victim to one or more of the "7" deadly sins.
Style, trends, and textures of ceramic and stone tile come and go. This course describes materials and methods that help ensure beautiful installations remain safe, intact, and free of cracks and other failures.
A step-by-step approach to the growing trend in design: Linear Drains! Technical advancements have allowed manufacturers to produce larger dimensional tiles for installation, but the use of those tiles with a typical drain requires relief cuts taking away from the design intent. There are many choices, but not all drains are created equal.
Whether you are a tile contractor, remodeling a residential bathroom, or an architect specifying the waterproofing for a large commercial project, the failure of the waterproofing system in your project can lead to disaster. Unfortunately, in spite of everyone's best intentions, these failures still occur. In this presentation, we will explore the factors that contribute to waterproofing failures and identify the steps you can take to ensure your waterproofing installation succeeds.
The course is free and provides AIA CES and state credit. The course also qualifies for HSW credit.
The course provides an overview of the types of membranes used to waterproof ceramic and stone tile installations and compares them in terms of performance, durability, ease of installation, control of variables, and function. Describes the importance of durability, quality, and performance of membranes relative to Sustainable Design.