Understanding Proper Dry Laid Stone Construction
This seminar is FREE to attend and is intended for professionals in the industry: (Landscape Architects, Landscape Designers, Landscape Companies and their Employees, Masons, Hardscape Installers, Students, Teachers/Instructors).
The seminar will be held on
@ the Rockin Walls Training Center in Hampstead, MD 21074
by Mark Jurus, Certified DSWA and DSC Instructor/Waller.
The seminar will cover:
· Basic terminology,
· Understanding key elements (What makes a solid proper dry laid stone construction),
· Why single sided walls fail!
· Understanding why clean stone along with landscape cloth can cause more harm than good,
· What you should look for when hiring or designing a stone wall,
· Clear understanding of the right stone for the job,
· How and where to start the design process,
· Sustainable green building, (why it is so important to create eco systems for wildlife).
Please feel free to share our seminar with your employees, students, colleagues, and professional members as well as through social media.
Mark Jurus has been working with stone since 2007 and started his certification process in 2009. Currently dual certified both with Dry Stone Conservancy (DSC)US Level 2 Journeyman and Dry Stone Walling Association (DSWA) of Great Britain Level 3A. Mark holds the highest certification in surrounding states. In addition Mark is also a certified instructor and in 2014 set up the Rockin Walls Training Center.
Mark and the Rockin Walls Training Center are both dedicated to training and DSWA certification.
Mark has been certified by several of the leaders in our industry, which includes Neil Rippingale DSC/DSWA Master Examiner from Scotland, Dan Snow DSC/DSWA Master Examiner from Vermont, Chris Tanguay Master Craftsman/Examiner DSWA-GB, DSC-US, and Brian Post Master Craftsman/Examiner DSWA-GB, Executive Director The Stone Trust VT, Licensed Landscape Architect VT. Neil has worked extensively with National Park Service (NPS) in the US for over 15 years and Dan is widely known for his creative stone art as seen in his two books. Mark has also worked on projects in Canada with DSWA Master/Examiner Dean McLellan 2012 StoneWurx and 2014 Willowbank School building two of the newest and largest inhabited dry laid stone structures in North America.
Mark has lead trainings for members of the staff at:
· Historical Preservation Training Center - National Park Service (HPTC NPS)
· Gettysburg Battlefield NPS in 2016
· Hopewell Furnace PA NPS 2016
· Delaware Water Gap PA NPS 2017
Questions? or to RSVP email Mark@RockinWalls.com
Or call 443.291.9388