This webinar took place June 14, 2022The International Masonry Institute (IMI) has a unique training opportunity for the members of the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers—the Historic Masonry Preservation Certificate Program.This webinar delves into the development and practical execution of the program. Roy Ingraffia, IMI's national director of industry development, will discuss the program and how to utilize it for preservation project.Jessica Baumert, executive director of The Woodlands and Claire Donato, senior associate and director of restoration and historic architecture with Mark B. Thompson Associates, will discuss how they coordinated on a restoration project and utilized the Historic Masonry Preservation Certificate Program.Manuel Seara of Lorton Stone, Inc. will discuss how the Certificate Program has positively impacted business as a masonry contractor and professionally benefited the masons working at Lorton Stone.After presenting, the panelists will be available to discuss the program and functions with webinar attendees.Brought to you by the Preservation Priorities Task Force.
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