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Meet your Trainer

As soon as Jeremy had his driver’s license, he started his first job as a landscaper.  Within a few years, Jeremy had the opportunity to buy his employer’s landscape division. In 2012 he started taking every class he could and pushing his crew to learn new design and installation techniques. Before long, Jeremy pursued instructor training for the various classes he’d taken years earlier. His class material comes out of years of experience in the hardscape industry.

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Upcoming Hardscape Classes

EVENT: Concrete Paver Installer (CPI)

This is the foundational course for ICPI, required to start the process of becoming an ICPI certified installer. 

Locations/Dates:

February 6-7 2020 – ICPI Concrete Paver Installer Course.
Zimmerman Mulch, Lebanon, PA

March 9-10 2020 – ICPI Concrete Paver Installer Course.
NE Hardscape Expo, Hartford, CT

Why get certified?
  • Helps justify your price
  • Benefits your company’s bottom line.
  • Promote your industry-recognized credential.
  • Communicates your credibility to homeowners, designers, and specifiers.
  • Helps you maintain knowledge of current industry best practices.
 
What will you learn?
  • Interlocking concrete pavement system components
  • Jobsite safety
  • Job planning and documentation
  • Soil characteristics and compaction
  • Base Material
  • Edge Restraints
  • Bedding and joint sands
  • Selection and installation of concrete pavers
  • Maintenance and management
  • Construction tips

EVENT: Residential Specialist (RS)

This course builds on skills learned in the CPI course and has 12 hours of CE credits.  This is Jeremy’s favorite course to teach, as it digs deeper into the advanced projects in which his crew specializes!  What will you learn?

Locations/Dates:

January 16-17 2020 – ICPI Residential Specialist Course.

Sauder’s Hardscape, New Holland, PA

Grow your skill set in:

  • Raised and multi-level patios
  • Fireplaces & fire pits
  • Grills & outdoor kitchens
  • Overlays
  • Pool decks
  • Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavement. 
  • Advanced business practices
  • Material Calculation
 

Event: PICP Specialist

 
Many projects are being specified with stormwater management requirements.  The Permeable Interlocking Concete Paver course is ideal for experienced contractors who wish to move into the permeable pavement market.  The course has 7 hours of CE credits.  
 
What will you learn?
  • Job planning and documentation
  • Differences between installing traditional paver systems and permeable paver systems.
  • Soil & site characteristics
  • Sub-base and base materials
  • Bedding & jointing materials
  • Paver selection & installation
  • Maintenance of permeable concrete paver systems.

Locations/Dates:

February 13 2020 – ICPI Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavement Course.

Sauder’s Hardscape, New Holland, PA

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