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D280: History of Pools and Water Features - Part 1  

May 16, 18, 23, 25 | Virtual
6 pm - 9 pm ET
12 hours | 1.2 IACET CEUs | 12 PHTA CEUs (4-part course; students must participate in all four parts)
$1,690 PHTA Member / $1,890 Non-member

Water features have been a part of the landscape since ancient times. Are you familiar with the world's most famous water features? Can you effectively answer questions from your clients about them? Dive into the world of water history. This course will guide you through the world's most renowned swimming pools and water features from ancient (the world's first known swimming pool), historical (Versailles), to today's contemporary installations (Marina Bay Sands; Amangiri Resort, Utah). We'll identify the who's who of today's most influential water feature designers and why this knowledge is necessary to relate to your clientele.


D265: Master Designer Methods: Kirk Bianchi, Crafting the Outdoor Space as a Living Art Form - Part 1  

May 17, 19, 24, 26 | Virtual
6 pm - 10 pm ET
16 hours | 1.6 IACET CEUs | 16 PHTA CEUs (4-part course; students must participate in all four parts)
$1,690 PHTA Member / $1,890 Non-member

“The pool is but a mirror, reflecting that which you wish to accentuate beyond it.” As part of the new GENESIS Master Designer Methods series, Bianchi will retrain your thinking of water vessel design. “The pool is often built first in the sequence of outdoor improvements. For the best integration, however, it should actually be designed last.” Bianchi’s method will require students to rethink their design approach, with a landscape-based process that considers the functionality of the entire space first. The course lecture and projects will focus on sightlines, living spaces, traffic flow, spatial considerations, and more.


D280: History of Pools and Water Features - Part 2  

May 16, 18, 23, 25 | Virtual
6 pm - 9 pm ET
12 hours | 1.2 IACET CEUs | 12 PHTA CEUs (4-part course; students must participate in all four parts)
$1,690 PHTA Member / $1,890 Non-member

Water features have been a part of the landscape since ancient times. Are you familiar with the world's most famous water features? Can you effectively answer questions from your clients about them? Dive into the world of water history. This course will guide you through the world's most renowned swimming pools and water features from ancient (the world's first known swimming pool), historical (Versailles), to today's contemporary installations (Marina Bay Sands; Amangiri Resort, Utah). We'll identify the who's who of today's most influential water feature designers and why this knowledge is necessary to relate to your clientele.


D265: Master Designer Methods: Kirk Bianchi, Crafting the Outdoor Space as a Living Art Form - Part 2  

May 17, 19, 24, 26 | Virtual
6 pm - 10 pm ET
16 hours | 1.6 IACET CEUs | 16 PHTA CEUs (4-part course; students must participate in all four parts)
$1,690 PHTA Member / $1,890 Non-member

“The pool is but a mirror, reflecting that which you wish to accentuate beyond it.” As part of the new GENESIS Master Designer Methods series, Bianchi will retrain your thinking of water vessel design. “The pool is often built first in the sequence of outdoor improvements. For the best integration, however, it should actually be designed last.” Bianchi’s method will require students to rethink their design approach, with a landscape-based process that considers the functionality of the entire space first. The course lecture and projects will focus on sightlines, living spaces, traffic flow, spatial considerations, and more.


Southern Arizona Chapter Golf Tournament & Annual Meeting  

May 20 | Tucson, AZ
2pm Shotgun & 4:30pm Mixer & Annual Meeting


D280: History of Pools and Water Features - Part 3  

May 16, 18, 23, 25 | Virtual
6 pm - 9 pm ET
12 hours | 1.2 IACET CEUs | 12 PHTA CEUs (4-part course; students must participate in all four parts)
$1,690 PHTA Member / $1,890 Non-member

Water features have been a part of the landscape since ancient times. Are you familiar with the world's most famous water features? Can you effectively answer questions from your clients about them? Dive into the world of water history. This course will guide you through the world's most renowned swimming pools and water features from ancient (the world's first known swimming pool), historical (Versailles), to today's contemporary installations (Marina Bay Sands; Amangiri Resort, Utah). We'll identify the who's who of today's most influential water feature designers and why this knowledge is necessary to relate to your clientele.


D265: Master Designer Methods: Kirk Bianchi, Crafting the Outdoor Space as a Living Art Form - Part 3  

May 17, 19, 24, 26 | Virtual
6 pm - 10 pm ET
16 hours | 1.6 IACET CEUs | 16 PHTA CEUs (4-part course; students must participate in all four parts)
$1,690 PHTA Member / $1,890 Non-member

“The pool is but a mirror, reflecting that which you wish to accentuate beyond it.” As part of the new GENESIS Master Designer Methods series, Bianchi will retrain your thinking of water vessel design. “The pool is often built first in the sequence of outdoor improvements. For the best integration, however, it should actually be designed last.” Bianchi’s method will require students to rethink their design approach, with a landscape-based process that considers the functionality of the entire space first. The course lecture and projects will focus on sightlines, living spaces, traffic flow, spatial considerations, and more.


D280: History of Pools and Water Features - Part 4  

May 16, 18, 23, 25 | Virtual
6 pm - 9 pm ET
12 hours | 1.2 IACET CEUs | 12 PHTA CEUs (4-part course; students must participate in all four parts)
$1,690 PHTA Member / $1,890 Non-member

Water features have been a part of the landscape since ancient times. Are you familiar with the world's most famous water features? Can you effectively answer questions from your clients about them? Dive into the world of water history. This course will guide you through the world's most renowned swimming pools and water features from ancient (the world's first known swimming pool), historical (Versailles), to today's contemporary installations (Marina Bay Sands; Amangiri Resort, Utah). We'll identify the who's who of today's most influential water feature designers and why this knowledge is necessary to relate to your clientele.


D265: Master Designer Methods: Kirk Bianchi, Crafting the Outdoor Space as a Living Art Form - Part 4  

May 17, 19, 24, 26 | Virtual
6 pm - 10 pm ET
16 hours | 1.6 IACET CEUs | 16 PHTA CEUs (4-part course; students must participate in all four parts)
$1,690 PHTA Member / $1,890 Non-member

“The pool is but a mirror, reflecting that which you wish to accentuate beyond it.” As part of the new GENESIS Master Designer Methods series, Bianchi will retrain your thinking of water vessel design. “The pool is often built first in the sequence of outdoor improvements. For the best integration, however, it should actually be designed last.” Bianchi’s method will require students to rethink their design approach, with a landscape-based process that considers the functionality of the entire space first. The course lecture and projects will focus on sightlines, living spaces, traffic flow, spatial considerations, and more.


C201 GENESIS® CONSTRUCTION SCHOOL: Concrete Pools  

July 25-28 | Virtual
6 pm - 10 pm ET
16 hours | 1.6 IACET CEUs | 16 PHTA CEUs
$2,090 PHTA Member / $2,590 Non-member

This 4-night, 16-hour virtual school encompasses all of the necessary disciplines for building a structurally sound water vessel. Topics covered within the school include site analysis, introductory fluid engineering, geotechnical and structural engineering that includes a review of difficult sites, shotcrete, waterproofing, tile, interior finishes, coping, and concrete decking. The course concludes with an interactive walkthrough of a complex project from start to finish. This program is designed to move each student through all phases of concrete pool construction in great detail, unlike anything else offered in the industry. This course fulfills a requirement to become a Certified Builder Professional (CBP).


 

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