NCMA EDU Webinars for June and July







NCMA EDU Webinars

With your computer as your classroom, online courses can ensure a pathway to success. NCMA EDU Online can facilitate a better understanding of the concrete masonry, hardscape, and manufactured stone industries. NCMA EDU online has convenient online courses for those looking to supercharge their acumen when it comes to their role no matter what it may be.


In addition to the current online education modules available at any time, NCMA is offering free live webinars. Current offerings are listed below through July.




Best Practices for SRW Design

June 10 @ 1 PM Eastern



This presentation introduces the best practices for specification, construction and inspection of segmental retaining walls. The best practices have evolved since the industry started. The webinar is intended to help sales personnel to become familiar with best practices to be used when dealing with technical issues on projects.


Ask the Experts about Masonry

June 24 @ 1 PM Eastern



Have questions on manufactured concrete products and construction that you need answered? This is the session for you. Rather than a traditional presentation, our experts will answer questions that you ask. Join Jason Thompson, NCMA VP of Engineering, and Nick Lang, P.E. NCMA VP of Business Development on this webinar, and come equipped with questions you always wanted answered.










Manufactured Stone Veneer Overview

July 8 @ 1 PM Eastern



This presentation reviews the key components of adhered manufactured stone veneer (MSV) systems, minimum building code requirements and ASTM standards governing manufactured stone and its installation, and industry recommendations addressing gaps not covered by existing building code requirements.


Testing 201 – SRW and Paver

July 29 @ 1 PM Eastern



It is important that testing of segmental retaining wall units and concrete pavers is done correctly. There are particular requirements that need to be followed. This webinar will review procedures for testing these units for compressive strength, absorption and freeze-thaw durability in accordance with ASTM test methods.
























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