The faculty of Genesis will join us again to deliver key courses from their Construction and Design Schools. 

Every purchase of an education course or pass includes free access to the Show Floor!

GREAT VALUE! Don't miss this GENESIS program available as part of our Technical Pass -GENESIS D111 Small Space Design & Construction 
As part of our Business Pass, you’ll find GENESIS B311 Job Costing for Profit Versus Existence


GENESIS C201: Construction School – Concrete Pools 3-day Course
Sunday – Tuesday, January 22-24
Members: $2090  Non-Members: $2590

This course (or GENESIS 260) meets the one (1) of the prerequisite to earn the CBP Designation.  
CBP Meets License requirements in Connecticut, New Jersey & Long Island, NY 
 
Attendees will learn all of the necessary disciplines for building a structurally sound water vessel. Topics covered 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 detail, unlike anything else offered in the industry. Attendees will learn from top experts in their field, ask questions, and begin a relationship with the faculty that doesn't end when the class is over. GENESIS® courses deliver the highest quality education in the industry and are the only approved courses to satisfy the requirements for the Certified Pool Builder and Design Professional Pathway.

Master Designer Methods: Kirk Bianchi, Crafting the
Outdoor Space as a Living Art Form
Sunday – Monday, January 22- 23 | 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Members: $1690  Non-Members: $2190
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. D265 is a required course to become a Certified Master Pool Builder & Design Professional.