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Innovative Pavers for Projects of Distinction
In this presentation, we’ll discuss unit paver development as it leads to unique and innovative paving options. We will identify unit paver advantages while increasing your knowledge of unit paver uses and limitations from applications ranging from on-grade entranceways to elevated plazas and roof ballast applications. A variety of installation methods will be examined as it pertains to each application type. It is our hope that at the conclusion of this presentation you will have gained a better understanding of unit pavers and hardscape products.
Registration for this session is open at the bottom of this page. This program is accredited by Hanover Architectural Products to provide 1 CES Learning Unit to AIA member attendees.
- Identify the advantages of specifying architectural unit pavers
- Analyze unit paver uses and product limitations
- Discuss elevated pavers, pedestals and wind design systems
- Examine of a variety of installation methods
About the Presenter
Hanover Architectural Products
Lee Fuhrman is currently Hanover’s National Sales Manager and also serving as the Technical Director of Sales/Western Region for Hanover Architectural Products. Prior to Hanover’s Regionalization in 2014, Lee assisted designers from all across the United States. He has over 34 years of experience in manufacturing, sales and technical assistance on paver specific projects, all accrued at Hanover Architectural Products. He attended York College of Pennsylvania, where he studied Business Administration. Some of the most notable projects that he has assisted on were: Apple Campus II, Facebook Campus, Googleplex, Music Center in Los Angeles and World Trade Center-Liberty Park NYC. In his free time, he loves spending time with his family, hiking, biking and spending time outdoors sitting by a fire. Lee was an avid basketball official who dedicated over 26 years to the youth involved in the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA), Junior Colleges and small Division III colleges during his tenure.