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AIA Ongoing Education

In our continued efforts to better serve the architectural community, A.L. Harding & Co. is proud to be partnered with leading manufacturers in the architectural and acoustics industries in providing AIA Approved Ongoing Continuing Education Courses to assist architects in earning credits to meet AIA and State requirements. We offer AIA accredited on site lunch and learn seminars as well non-credit informational courses and self reporting online AIA courses sponsered by Dri-Design and Stonewood Architectural Panels.

Architectural Castings

Architectural castings are lightweight, easy to install, and are available in a wide variety of materials and finishes including GRG, (Glass Fiber Reinforced Gypsum), GFRC, (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete), IMS, (Interior Molded Stone), and FRP, (Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyester Resin). Architectural castings are available for both interior and exterior applications, and are ideal for renovation and restoration projects.

Architectural Column Covers

Architectural Column Covers are designed to surround and conceal otherwise unattractive structural supports creating aesthetically appealing focal points. Available in virtually unlimited sizes, shapes, materials, and finishes, architectural column covers allow architects to accommodate any style such as modern, art deco, renaissance, and classical. Architectural column covers are available for both interior and exterior applications, and are low maintenance and highly durable.

Fabric Wrapped Acoustic Panels

Prefabricated fabric wrapped acoustic panels are the ideal economical solution for treating noisy reverberant spaces. With a wide array of fabric selections, edge details, and finishes, fabric wrapped acoustic panels offer both aesthetic versatility and acoustic performance, making them visually appealing as well as functional. Fabric wrapped acoustic panels can be used on both walls and ceilings in the form of flat panels, curved panels, clouds, and baffles. Today's modern CNC technology allows for fabric wrapped acoustic panels to be cut precisely into various shapes and sizes, allowing for unlimited creativity and design.

Rainscreen Wall Systems

Rainscreen wall systems have attracted serious attention from architects, designers, and engineers seeking to improve moisture management and energy efficiency in building envelopes. A rainscreen wall system is a series of layered components that stand off from a building's exterior wall and weather resistant barrier. The primary component of a rainscreen wall system is a lightweight exterior cladding, (the rain screen), that is the first line of defense in protecting a building's inner wall assembly from exposure to weather.

Stretched Fabric Systems

Acoustical Stretched Fabric Systems have evolved to allow architects to seamlessly combine aesthetics with acoustic functionality, providing a fit and finish appearance that cannot be achieved with standard fabric wrapped acoustic panels. By eliminated the harsh sound reflections that occur in a space with a lot of hard surfaces, speech intelligibility is improved, and noise distractions are reduced creating an acoustically pleasing environment.