Archives for the month of: October, 2016

Save the Date!

2 CEU Presentation: Thin Large 1m x 3m Porcelain Panels and In- Depth Installation Instructions

When: Wednesday December 14th 2016 @ 11:am-1:30pm
Where: Spirit Communications Park (Columbia Fireflies Stadium)
You and your staff are cordially invited to a 2 CEU presentation and luncheon presented by Palmetto Tile, Crossville Ceramics, and Laticrete International.
Schluter Systems will also be on hand to answer questions and exhibit some new products as well.


Register now for the AIAGC October Monthly Membership Meeting & Tour:

 University of South Carolina School of Law

 1531 Senate Street, Columbia, SC 29201

 Wednesday, October 12 @ 12pm





The new School of Law for the University of South Carolina will become a focal point for the legal community in the state. Beyond its primary mission as the center for education for our state’s future attorneys and legislators, the new facility will also provide a home for legal research, continuing education and public outreach. The multi-story, state-of-the-art law library is highlighted by a signature reading room overlooking the courtyard campus. In addition to the nearly 200,000 square feet of newly designed facilities is the integration of two existing historic structures on the site; the Horry-Guignard House and the Taylor House (both buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places). The insensitive wings added in the 1970’s to the Taylor House when it served as an Art Museum will be removed and both structures are envisioned to serve future programs associated with the School of Law. The entire city block complex has been designed by a team of architects and engineers led by The Boudreaux Group and SmithGroupJJR.

 For more information, see

 $5 (+ convenience fee) Presentation, Tour, and Lunch @ 12pm. 

 Register online by 5pm on Tuesday, October 11th at:

 Hard hats are required!

 Visitor parking available at the Pendleton Street Parking Garage or on-street parking along Bull, Senate, Pickens and Pendleton Street.