The AIA Central Valley chapter is offering three (3) courses this year. Attendees taking any of the 3 scheduled course* will receive a total of 5 ADA credits to meet their licensing requirement. AIA members will receive 5 Health Safety Welfare (HSW). (*You only need to take one course to complete the licensing requirement)
February 28th / Instructors: Mark Wood, CASp and Paul Klein, CASp
This class is designed for architects, engineers, building department personnel and any other persons interested in California Building Code Chapter 11A – Housing Accessibility, the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 and the Certified Access Specialist program (CASp). The class will thoroughly examine California-mandated access requirements for newly constructed covered multifamily dwellings, common use spaces versus public use spaces serving covered multifamily dwellings, accessibility upgrades to existing multifamily dwellings, and publicly funded housing. SB 1608 & 1186 will be discussed, including what the program means to businesses and individuals planning on becoming a CASp.
June 27th / Instructor: Michael Chambers, FAIA
This class will explore the changes in accessibility standards, review accessibility priority systems from DOJ and others, examine the primary reasons why accessible designs fail in the field, review examples of field failures and design disconnects despite correct drawings.
September 19th / Instructors: Mark Wood, CASp and Paul Klein, CASp
The New 2013 CBC – New Easier to Use Format
California Building Standards Commission adopted 2013 California Building Standards Code, including Part 2, Chapter 11B developed by the Division of the State Architect. The new code integrate existing state building code provisions with those from the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design. The new regulations will, for the first time ever, align existing California and federal access regulations for everything ranging from parking spaces and handrails to public housing. The result is that for the first time there will be a single set of standards that meet both state and federal requirements. The 2013 CBC will go into effect on January 1, 2014.
Focus of this class will be:
- How to take advantage of the new format
- Understanding the “Safe Harbor” provisions
- What is an “incremental change”
- Key changes to California Accessibility that we encounter everyday
About the Instructors:
Mark Wood and Paul Klein are both CASp certified owners of CalCasp, Inc. Visit their website at www.calcasp.com for more information and to read their bios.
Michael Chambers, FAIA is an architect, specifier, programmer, facilitator, marketer and educator. Michael has experience in education, health care, government, housing, hospitality, and sports architecture and has spent 8 years surveying California hospitals and medical office buildings for accessibility issues.
Time: Doors open at 8:30am, class begins at 9am and runs until approximately 2:30pm
Location: 1400 S Street, Suite 100, Sacramento, CA 95811
Cost: AIA Members $100 (+ svc fee), Non-members $150 (+ svc fee)
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Please register early, space is limited
Questions? Please call the AIACV office at 916-444-3658 or e-mail email@example.com