About This Program
This seminar provides in-depth information for specifying both laminate and wood veneer cabinets and millwork oriented to commercial and institutional spaces. From core materials to laminate types, veneer species and panel matching, the different options are covered along with pros and cons of each and how to choose the appropriate one for your project. Site conditions for delivery and storage are the starting point, then on through materials, surface types, hardware and finishing systems. Getting the right information to the fabricator is critical to ensuring the final product meets the job requirements and the design intent. This seminar will help get you there.
Understand how to prepare a clear, concise, correct, and complete specification section using the Woodwork Institute guide specifications or a commercial specifying program.
Learn to specify product by three methods: descriptive, referenced standard, and proprietary.
- Identify the four surface types: Exposed exterior, exposed interior, semi-exposed, and concealed.
- Learn the pros and cons of selecting different woodworking materials and how they influence the quality and aesthetic of the project.
|*May be submitted for domain specific learning units to CDT recertification, and/or general learning units for CCCA, CCS, and CCPR.|
|**Approved for AIA/HSW Learning Units.|
Quality Assurance/Quality Control