FREE CSI WebReach:
Gypsum Success on Your Job
Provided by: National Gypsum Company
CSI Learning Level:
Specifiers, Owners, Contractors, Property Managers, Contract Administrators, Developers, Architects, Product/Manufacturer Reps, and Project Managers
Kelly Guinsler and Thad Goodman
Gypsum often occupies 60-75% of the space inside a building. When done correctly, it is often invisible with other products covering it. This presentation will provide basic information to achieve the best possible outcome in application. National Gypsum will share information based on common questions from the architectural community. Industry documents to help all concerned support correct job site conditions and installation procedures.
- Attendees will receive an overview of common application questions received from architects related to gypsum products.
- Presentation will share how to investigate jobsites with correct information and industry tools.
- Presentation will share how governing bodies like ASTM, the Gypsum Association and Drywall Finishing Council support good practices in application.
- Presentation will review best practices for gypsum installation and product/jobsite situations to be avoided.
1.0 AIA HSW/LU credit
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