Professional Practice

Basics of Travertine(1)

Date: 11/16/2017 - 11/16/2017

Type: Lectures

LA CES approved?: Yes

Location(s): South Carolina

Description: This one-hour course will cover how travertine is formed and fabricated and provide you with extensive guidelines on how to easily identify quality travertine. In addition, it will cover the history of how travertine has been used over the ages and how to properly care for after completion.

LACES Course Number: MIA05, 1.0 HSW/LU

This seminar will showcase the story of genuine stone in a variety of ways including a tour of a stone facility. Witness a 10-minute video showcasing the history of stone, modern day quarrying techniques, and stone's durability, beauty, and value. Learn and discuss landscape, interior and exterior use and application of natural stone. Obtain more information about the use of sandstone, bluestone, limestone, and quartzite for hardscapes, as well as the interior use of limestone, marble, granite and slate. Study the use of limestone for trims, caps, stoops, pool copings, water tables, veneers, and much more.

• LACES (ASLA, CSLA, CELA, CLARB, LAAB, LAF) Course Number: ASLA4, 1.0 HSW LU

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