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3/17/2016
When: 3/17/2016
Where: Hyatt Regency Greenville, Crepe Myrtle Room
220 North Main St.
Greenville, South Carolina  29601
United States
Presenter: Amos Glick
Contact: Ben Moseley
864-978-0746


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NOMMA Architect/Designer Lunch & Learn

Learn about ornamental metalwork while earning valuable CEUs

With a tremendous amount of satisfaction, the National Ornamental and Miscellaneous Metals Association announces that it has become a Registered Provider of educational seminars in the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System. We are proud to offer this unprecedented event, where design and construction professionals learn directly from craftspersons.

Mark your calendar for March 17th at 9 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency Greenville as this is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to participate in. When you enter the hotel sign in at the METALfab Registration Booth.

 

Agenda
Classroom: Crepe Myrtle Room


Time

Session

Description

9 am - 10 am Session 1 Breakdown of Metalwork Components & History
10 am - 10:15 am Break  
10:15 am - 11:15 am Session 2 Metal Finishing
11:15 am - 11:30 am Break  
11:30 am 12:30 am Session 3 Metal Finishing, cont.
12:30 pm - 1:15 pm LUNCH provided Plus tour of Exhibits and Top Job Gallery
1:15 am - 2:15 pm Session 4 Top Job Contest Review
2:15 pm- 2:20 pm Break  
2:20 pm - 3:20 pm Session 5 Top Job Contest Review, Cont.
3:20 pm - 3:30 pm Break  
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Session 6 Top Job Contest Review, Cont.
Total 6 LU for AIA, ASLA and ASID
Cost: $59 for entire day (includes snack breakfast and lunch)

 

  All registrants receive a free copy of the NAAMM/NOMMA Finishes Manual
and the NOMMA Joint Finishes Guideline.
 

Session 1

Title: Breakdown of Metalwork Components & History

Presenter: Amos Glick, Compass Ironworks, and member of NOMMA's Industry Marketing Committee

AIA Course Number: NOMMA101

IDCED Course Number: CONF-10274

Description: This session will give the attendee the opportunity to gain specific knowledge on certain components for specifying beautiful gates, fences and railings in various metal and finishes. Expect a wide range of materials and finishes.

 

We will also discuss famous South Carolina metalsmith Philip Simmons and his contribution to our society, followed by the start of the Top Job Contest Lecture. This session will cover the best projects in Driveway Gates, Forged and Non-forged categories, interior railings, ferrous and non-ferrous, forged and non-forged. An excellent opportunity to gain expert insight from the craftsmen themselves.


Session 2

Title: Metal Finishing - An Introduction

Presenter: Eric Cuper, Cuper Iron Studio

AIA Course Number: NOMMA101

IDCED Course Number: CONF-10274

Length: 1 hr.

Credit: 1 CEU

DescriptionSee above.

Discipline Interest: This program is designed to educate and inform architects, landscape architects, contractors, builders, owners, and designers, with a much lower interest for engineers.

Experience Level: This course is aimed at intermediates, however the information is presented cleanly enough for entry level professionals to learn a great deal, and a lot of this information is not available anywhere else leading to gains for advanced professionals with experience specifying ironwork.


Session 3

Title: Metal Finishing - An Introduction, continued

Presenter: Eric Cuper, Cuper Iron Studios

AIA Course Number: NOMMA101

IDCED Course Number: CONF-10274

Length: 1 hr.

Credit: 1 CEU

Description:  The intent of this Intermediate Course is to serve as a reference guide providing a comparative applicability of the various types of finishes, mechanical, chemical and coatings for architectural applications. The seminar will provide essential information about metal finishes available as a guide to selection and identification between different metals by comparing different finishing techniques. This will be paramount towards a better understanding of the language of finishing which will produce tighter correlation between the specification and the final product.

Discipline Interest: This program is designed to educate and inform architects, landscape architects, contractors, builders, owners, and designers, with a much lower interest for engineers.

Experience Level: This course is aimed at intermediates, however the information is presented cleanly enough for entry level professionals to learn a great deal, and a lot of this information is not available anywhere else leading to gains for advanced professionals with experience specifying ironwork.


Session 4

Title: Top Job Contest Review - The Full Gamet of Our Industry's Work

Presenter: Amos Glick, Compass Ironworks

AIA Course Number: NOMMA101

IDCED Course Number: CONF-10274

Description: For years, NOMMA has had the Top Job Awards Competition, where craftsmen from 50 states and 7 countries enter their “top jobs” into an awards contest. This is the first year ever, that this is now being ASLA, ASID and AIA accredited for professionals to see the latest trends, cutting edge ideas and most current designs from architects, interior designers, landscape architects as well as the craftsmen themselves for design professionals to gain knowledge.


Session 5

Title: Top Job Awards Contest Education 2016

Title: Top Job Contest Review - The Full Gamet of Our Industry's Work, Continued

Presenter: Amos Glick, Compass Ironworks

AIA Course Number: NOMMA101

IDCED Course Number: CONF-10274

Description: We will cover Exterior railings and fences, forged and non-forged then also show unusual furniture and accessory fabrications forged and non-forged, as well as gates and doors for you to gain inspiration from experts across the country.


Session 6

Title: Top Job Contest Review - The Full Gamet of Our Industry's Work, Continued

Presenter: Amos Glick, Compass Ironworks

AIA Course Number: NOMMA101

IDCED Course Number: CONF-10274 

Description: This hour will cover stairs, commercial and residential as well as structures and unusual ornamental Fabrication Restoration of previously done metalwork which is phenomenal in that you can view the original craftsmanship and also the challenges involved in refurbishing it to it’s original beauty. We will also cover Art and sculpture work

Program concludes at 4:30 p.m.

Note: The Top Job contest is open to projects less than two years old which assures cutting edge work for you to glean knowledge from to use as you seek to fill your clients needs.

 



About the Presenters:


Eric Cuper is owner of Cuper Iron Studios, and serves on the Architectural Marketing Committee. He is also a regular presenter at NOMMA events.

Amos Glick is President of Compass Ironworks and has over 20 years of experience in metalworking. Compass Ironworks specializes in high-end custom gates, fences and railings producing them in a variety of metals. He is also chair of NOMMA's Architectural Marketing Committee and a member of the Membership Committee.

The National Ornamental & Miscellaneous Metals Association (NOMMA) serves ornamental and miscellaneous metal fabricators around the world. Our 550 members produce high-end metal products, including gates, railings, fences, doors, furniture, sculpture, and more.

 

Room Sponsor: Julius Blum & Co. Inc.




 

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