This 5-hour seminar will provide an in-depth study and analysis of the upcoming 2013 CBC and the correct application to healthcare facilities. This seminar is example-driven, with floor plans and case-studies that are presented in a dynamic and engaging format. This will be a real and challenging seminar with specific application to complex healthcare projects.
Discussion will include:
- Completely re-written 2013 Accessibility requirements
- Compare/ Contrast to 2010 CBC and 2010 ADA
- New accessibility requirements from OSHPD
- Case Study Application of Floor Plans
- Remodeling Analysis
- Discussion of ADA Barrier Removal
- New Requirements for Medical Office Buildings
Each seminar attendee will receive a “Guide to Accessibility for California Healthcare Facilities” binder with complete text from the 2013 CBC, floor plan examples, code interpretations and analysis arranged in the new CBC 10 Division format. A ‘Must’ seminar for healthcare architects and project managers.
This course will allow you to earn the full 5 hours of ADA credit in one day.
Where: AIACV, 1400 S Street, Suite 100, midtown Sacramento
When: Thursday, July 25th, 2013
Time: 9am – 2:30pm
Cost: AIA members: $100 (+ svc fee) and Non-members: $150 (+ svc fee)
To register for this course visit: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/403855
About the instructor:
Bill Zellmer, AIA, CASp is a licensed architect with CASp certification and 34 years of experience as a practicing architect. In 1995 Bill started work as a Senior Architect at OSHPD and has developed an expertise in accessibility requirements specifically related to healthcare facilities. In 2012 Bill joined Vanir Construction Management where he performs accessibility surveys for healthcare facilities. The diversity and depth of Bill’s career has given him a well-rounded perspective on accessibility as it relates to healthcare.