Tue, Nov 30 | VIRTUAL LUNCH USING GOTO MEETING

(1 HSW) FREE - Specifying Success Ceramic Tile Installations, Beyond TCNA and ANSI

Course Number: 19D201 Presented by: Christie Moore for Façade – partner of Allied Member, Andy Townes CSI CCPR, AWCI CEP, Parex USA, Architectural Sales Manager - Rocky Mountain Region
(1 HSW) FREE - Specifying Success Ceramic Tile Installations, Beyond TCNA and ANSI

Time & Location

Nov 30, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MST
VIRTUAL LUNCH USING GOTO MEETING

About the Event

Learn how to properly specify a successful installation of ceramic and stone tiles. The focus of the program will be on industry standards, i.e., TCA (Tile Council of North America) and ANSI (American National Standard for Installation of Ceramic Tile); changes in and review of important TCNA and ANSI standards, changes in the TCNA Handbook, important definitions, and important concepts and trends you should be aware of to ensure a successful installation. (1 HSW)

INDUSTRY STANDARDS

The two primary industry organizations that establish standards for the tile and stone industry are the TCNA (Tile Council of North America) and ANSI (American National Standards Institute). TCNA publishes guidelines and best practices for ceramic, glass and stone tile installations and details; ANSI publishes the specification standards describing the quality of materials and methods. Reference materials are updated on regular cycles with revisions or additions developed through industry consensus and open committees included in each new issue. Current versions of these reference manuals include ISO designations, new environmental conditions classifications and service ratings, moisture vapor transmission considerations for wet areas/steam rooms, green building standards, assembly weights, joint width requirements, and more….Websites: www.tcnatile.com www.sikatile.com

SUCCESSFUL SPECIFICATIONS

Successful specifications and installations begin with determining the appropriate tile or stone material, installation methods and setting materials for the intended usage conditions. Environmental classifications, service ratings and total assembly weights all play a key role.

• Always review the most current installation requirements and best practices, follow manufacturer recommendations, and avoid “options” in the specification. “Options” typically get “opted out”!

• Evaluate the minimum requirements vs the expected performance requirements.

• Utilize industry experts and trusted product representatives to help you design successful projects year after year!

An email with Form B and GoTo Link will be sent to all registrants on the Monday before the lunch presentation. Please note the email address you sign up with will be used as your contact email. Any questions please contact Jen - director@aiaabq.org or by phone 505.242.9800.

The 'TICKETS' are not required, nor do they need to be printed.

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