Reach for the stairs in Sante Fe

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If you like to stare at stairs, add a visit to New Mexico’s capital to the bucket list. Santa Fe is home to the Loretto Chapel and its “Miraculous Staircase,” a sophisticated spiral staircase with no means of obvious support by an unknown builder.

Your best opportunity might be the Stairbuilders and Manufacturers Association’s annual conference, scheduled for Apr. 25-28, 2018, in Sante Fe. The conference will feature a case study of the Miraculous Staircase, presented during the Design and Engineering Symposium on Apr. 26, as well as networking and other educational opportunities.

“The SMA provides a structure in which members network and learn and in doing so they support and strengthen the entire industry. The SMA annual conference will be a celebration of 30 years of stair professionals advocating, learning and defining an industry dedicated to building safe, beautiful stairways,” says David Cooper, SMA’s executive director.

Other scheduled events include a keynote presentation by Chris Ramey, an expert on luxury marketing, an exhibit hall, code and standard development updates, annual committee meetings, and an awards banquet.

To register, visit www.stairways.org

This article originally appeared in the November 2017 issue.

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