Lunch & Learn Providers:
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Below is a list of Lunch and Learn Course Providers. Lunch and learns are delivered free of charge to architects, engineers, interior designers, and design professionals. AIA Education Providers typically provide breakfast or lunch free of charge. The free AIA lunch and learns are delivered by the providers below, not the Ron Blank team. Providers include building product manufacturers, non-profit organizations, and trade associations. Course topics include: material selection, best practices, code requirements, and design strategies. Please submit a lunch and learn request and educate your AEC firm.

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As ClarkDietrich, we are now truly able to answer the challenges of any project, regardless of size or complexity. With a complete lineup of innovative products, plus technical support services and smart tools for design and specification, we're forging a new future for steel framing.
Founded in 1957, Columbia Forest Products is North America’s largest manufacturer of hardwood plywood and hardwood veneer products. Columbia’s decorative interior veneers and panels are used in high-end cabinetry, fine furniture, architectural millwork and commercial fixtures. Columbia’s products are sold through a network of wholesale distributors, mass merchandisers and original equipment manufacturers from three distinct business units: plywood, veneer and global services.
Culpeper Wood Preservers is one of the largest producers of pressure treated lumber in the United States. A leading manufacturer of pressure treated products for the residential, commercial, industrial and marine markets that employs more than 350 people. Culpeper Wood Preservers’ brand name products are sold exclusively through independent lumber dealers throughout the Mid-Atlantic, Northeast, Mid-West and South. They operate 10 plants strategically located in Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina and Indiana.
James Hardie Inc. is purely a fiber-cement business. It operates in markets around the world, with manufacturing operations in the United States, Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines. The businesses employ over 2,500 people who generate revenue of more than $1.5 billion a year.