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  • ​Improving Installation Efficiency​

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    ​Improving Installation Efficiency​

    Improving Installation Efficiency

    Efficient installation gives you a stronger bottom line. Learn how to maximize your efficiency with tactics you can use right away.

  • Wheelchair-Pavement Interaction Research & Design Guidelines

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Originally aired 03/19/2020 Jonathan Duvall, PhD. Co-Founder of PathVu Fees: $30 Voting Member $35 Affiliate Member $40 Informational Member $50 Non-Member

    Learn:

      Research demonstrating the need of a pedestrian pathway roughness standard
      Methods of how ASTM 3028 was developed
      Sidewalk inventories and their importance for improving accessibility/walkability
      Results from a study to investigate the roughness ratings of concrete paver surfaces
      Future research to understand which factors affect roughness
  • What's in ICPI's Contractor Toolkit?

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Join ICPI to learn some of the tools and resources available to our Contractor Members.

    Originally Aired Live on October 3, 2018 

    Presenters: Dennis Smith - ICPI Director of Marketing and Membership and Jen Kloter - Bahler Brothers

    CE Hours: 1 Hour available upon completion of online quiz

    Fee to Access Recording:  $50 for nonmembers. FREE to Members as part of the Contractor Webinar Series!

  • Upselling to Homeowners

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Help customers fulfill their dreams and enhance your company's efficiency and profitability by learning best practices for upselling.

    Upselling can expand the scope of a project, make my sales efforts more efficient, and help your company become profitable.  When you’re doing the job estimate, show some logical extras to entice the customer to make a few upgrades.  Most clients aren’t sure of what they want…or how to express what they want.  Ask questions so that you can “Customize” their new hardscape space to their needs.

    Here’s what you’ll learn by participating in this webinar:

    • Listen to customers and ask the right questions
    • Lead your clients down the paths you want them to go
    • Communicate to customers your expertise by educating your customers on best practices for design and installation
    • Learn the extras that are almost automatic sales

    The webinar is an elective for the ICPI Residential Paver Specialist Course and counts as one hour of continuing education for renewal of the Certified Concrete Paver Installer credential.

    Fee to Access Webinar:  

    Non-Member: $50.00

    Informational Member: $40.00

    Affiliate Member: $35.00

    Voting Member: $30.00


    Donny Duke (Moderator)

    Director of Design- Engledow Estates

    Donny leads Engledow Estates’ efforts to providing residential clients with sophisticated and highly creative landscape, hardscape, and outdoor lighting designs, in Carmel, Indiana. He serves vice chair of the ICPI Construction Committee and is a member of the ICPI Education Committee.  He holds the following designations: Advanced Residential Paver Technician, ICPI Authorized Instructor, Certified Paver Installer, Certified Segmental Retaining Wall Installer.

  • Understanding Soil Types and their Impact on a Project

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Understand how soils bear the ultimate force of the traffic load. Learn soil classifications, testing methods, non-vehicular residential testing methods.

    Soils bear the ultimate force of the traffic load. Examine soil classifications, testing methods, non-vehicular residential testing methods.  You will learn:

    1. Why you should classify soils?
    2. Which “pyramid” system compares percentage of silt, sand and clay in a soil sample
    3. What options an installer has when dealing with a saturated jobsite where is appears it will take a long time to remove water.
    4. Which tests will give a contractor an “educated guess” as to soil type when proper geotechnical analysis is not in the project budget

    The webinar is an elective for the ICPI Residential Paver Specialist Course and ICPI Commercial Paver Specialist Course, as well as one hour of continuing education for renewal of the Certified Concrete Paver Installer credential.

    Fee to Access Webinar:  

    Non-Member: $50.00

    Informational Member: $40.00

    Affiliate Member: $35.00

    Voting Member: $30.00

    Dan Moreland, CCPR, CDT, LEED GA (Moderator)

    Belgard Architectural Representative, Anchor, an Oldcastle Company

    Dan Moreland is an ICPI Authorized Instructor. He is a Technical Instructor for the Concrete Paver Installer Course, Advanced Residential Paver Technician Course and Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavement Specialist Course. Dan was an instructor at Hardscape North America (HNA) in 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017. He is also a NCMA Certified SRW Instructor. He is actively involved with ICPI as a member of the ICPI Technical Committee. Dan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Education at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.

  • The Power of Breakeven Analysis

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    There are only three paths to increasing profits – spend less, charge more or do more work. As the economy improves, you need to make strategic decisions about growth. Financial and management consultant Leslie Shiner will explain how to create a breakeven analysis to help make crucial decisions. Play the “what-if” game to forecast the consequences of changes in overhead, margin and sales volume, and learn how avoid confusing the markup you charge with the margin you achieve.

    There are only three paths to increasing profits – spend less, charge more or do more work. As the economy improves, you need to make strategic decisions about growth. Financial and management consultant Leslie Shiner will explain how to create a breakeven analysis to help make crucial decisions. Play the “what-if” game to forecast the consequences of changes in overhead, margin and sales volume, and learn how avoid confusing the markup you charge with the margin you achieve.

    This is part of the RP Elective Series. Please visit https://educate.icpi.org/resid... for more details.

  • Tech Spec 23 - PICP Maintenance

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Learn the proper techniques to apply to your PICP Projects to make them profitable and last.

    Originally Aired: March 19, 2019 

    Presenters: Rob Bowers P. Eng. - Director of Engineering, ICPI

    CE Hours: 1 Hour available upon completion of online quiz

    Fee to Access Webinar:  

    Non-Member: $50.00

    Informational Member: $40.00

    Affiliate Member: $35.00

    Voting Member: $30.00


  • Tech Spec 22: Geosynthetic Materials for Long-Term Performance

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Originally Aired: 1/23/2020 Fees: $30 Voting Member $35 Affiliate Member $40 Informational Member $50 Non-Member

    Presenter: Rob Bowers

    Learn:

      Provide a brief history of Geosynthetics
      Fundamentals and Guidelines
      Applications and Uses as it pertains to the Hardscape Industry and specifically Interlocking Concrete Pavers


  • Tech Spec 18 - Construction of PICP

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Learn the proper way to lay PICP and how it can benefit your company, your clients, and the environment.

    Originally Aired Live on September 18, 2018 

    Presenters: Andrew Vear

    CE Hours: 1 Hour available upon completion of online quiz

    Fee to Access Webinar:  

    Non-Member: $50.00

    Informational Member: $40.00

    Affiliate Member: $35.00

    Voting Member: $30.00

  • Tech Spec 11 – Mechanical Installation of ICP and Tech Spec 15 – Specification of Mechanically Installed ICP

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Examine mechanical installation of interlocking concrete pavers and developing a construction specification.

    Mechanical installation must be viewed as a system of material handling from manufacture to on-site placement of the concrete pavers. Learn about the:

    • Equipment for Mechanical Installation
    • Pavers for Mechanical Installation
    • Job Planning
    • Systematic and Efficient Execution
    • Specification of Mechanically Installed ICP

    The webinar is an elective for the ICPI Commercial Paver Specialist Course and counts as one hour of continuing education for renewal of the Certified Concrete Paver Installer credential.

    Fee to Access Webinar:  

    Non-Member: $50.00

    Informational Member: $40.00

    Affiliate Member: $35.00

    Voting Member: $30.00

    Robert Bowers, P. Eng., LEED Green Associate (Moderator)

    Director of Engineering- ICPI

    Robert Bowers has over 25 years of experience in the hardscapes industry developing standards for the design and construction of interlocking concrete pavement and segmental retaining walls. He is responsible for ICPI programs that are related to the installation of interlocking concrete pavers, including the Contractor Education and Certification courses as well as the development and delivery of technical installation materials. Bowers chairs the CSA A231 Committee which is responsible for the development of the Canadian standards for concrete pavers and slabs. Bowers is a member of the ASCE T&DI Permeable Pavements Committee that is currently developing a standard for the Design, Construction and Maintenance of permeable interlocking concrete pavement. Bowers has written several articles and conducted numerous seminars about interlocking concrete and permeable pavements. Bowers participates in the ASCE, ASTM and CSA.

    Andrew Vear (Moderator)

    Managing Director- PaverBright NV LLC

    Mr. Vear has owned and operated several construction companies since emigrating from the UK in 1988.  He is a co-founder of the school of advanced segmental paving in Wisconsin.  His projects include mechanical paver installations from Alaska to Florida that range from 300 Sq ft to over 8 acres!  Some of his projects include the FSU Stadium and the New Orleans Saints Super Dome.   He currently volunteers his time for ICPI as member of three of our committees as well as a member of the board of directors for the northern California chapter.  Andrew is a certified licensed commercial and residential general contractor in Nevada, California, and Florida, and is currently Managing Director for Paverbright LLC