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Enhancing Resiliency – The Role of Reinforced Hollow Clay Masonry | MDC University
Presented by: Pacific Coast Companies & Interstate Brick

This course is intended to help designers understand that resiliency is a human characteristic related to the ability to return to some assemblance of normalcy after a stressing event, and that resiliency can be enhanced by durable infrastructure. The course will teach what characteristics make Reinforced Hollow Clay Masonry (RHCM) durable, due to the materials and unique manufacturing processes. The course will show examples of testing of the RHCM proving its durability, and show durable facilities constructed with RHCM.

Learning Objective 1: Learn that resiliency is a human trait and why it is important

Learning Objective 2: Learn how durable infrastructure enhances human resiliency

Learning Objective 3: Learn the History of Reinforced Hollow Clay Masonry

Learning Objective 4: Learn that Reinforced Hollow Clay Masonry is a durable construction material

Learning Objective 5: Review examples of durable infrastructure made with Reinforced Hollow Clay Masonry

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Oct 14, 2021 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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