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Need ADA Credits?

By Tinn Lee
In May 29, 2017
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AIA Central Valley is offering four ADA classes in 2017. Attendees will receive the required 5 ADA credits to meet their California licensing requirement by attending either class. AIA members will also receive 5 Health, Safety, Welfare (HSW) Credits.

  • February 28th, 2017 / “Accessibility in a Day” / 5 HSW
    Instructors: Mark Wood, CASp and Paul Klein, CASp
    This seminar will include a brief history of federal and state accessibility regulations; how to avoid lawsuits for both you and your clients; a discussion on what minimum and maximum really means; elements most often designed or installed incorrectly; and scoping a project (including what regulations apply and where). There will also be a group break-out sessions and discussion. Attendees are encourage to submit specific topics to AIACV up to one week in advance of the presentation for the instructors to address. The-course will be customized to your needs and concerns.
    TIME: Door opens at 8:30 am, class begins at 9 am and runs until approximately 2:30 pm
    COST: AIA Members, $100 (+svc fee) Non-members $150 (+svc fee)

 

  • April 20th, 2017 / AAH Healthcare-Focused Accessibility/ 5 HSW
    Instructor: Bill Zellmer, AIA and special guest, Glenn Gall, AIA of OSHPD
    This seminar is an advanced-level class which will present a methodical analysis of the accessibility requirements in Section 11B-805 of the 2016 California Building Code. The seminar will use case-studies of actual projects and make an abundant use of floor plans and photographs to clarify the code requirements as they specifically relate to healthcare facilities.
    TIME: Door opens at 8:30 am, class begins at 9 am and runs until approximately 2:30 pm
    COST: AIA Members, $100 (+svc fee) Non-members $150 (+svc fee)

 

  • June 6th, 2017 / Universal Design / 5 HSW
    Instructor: Erick Mikiten, AIA
    As a life-long wheelchair rider, Erick Mikiten, AIA will present a wide range of information on his personal experiences of accessibility over the years before and after the ADA, and present the social history that brought us to the codes we have today. He will step through various specific ADA and CBC code issues that architects should pay particular attention to, and suggest ways to incorporate them into your work. Case studies of buildings done by his firm and others will provide specific examples of ways in which we can all reach beyond the code minimums to integrate Universal Design into beautiful architecture.
    TIME: Door opens at 8:30 am, class begins at 9 am and runs until approximately 2:30 pm
    COST: AIA Members, $100 (+svc fee) Non-members $150 (+svc fee)

 

  • Sept 28th, 2017 / Bobrick Washroom/ 5 HSW
    Instructor: Alan Gettelman
    This 5 hours interactive course has three segments: (1) A Planning Guide for Accessible Restrooms, (2) Charrette: Universal Design Solutions for Accessible Public Restrooms, and (3) Specifying Code-Compliant Toilet Partitions. Participants will learn up-to-date information relative to planning, designing, selecting and specifying code-compliant toilet partitions for commercial restrooms.
    TIME: Door opens at 8:30 am, class begins at 9 am and runs until approximately 2:30 pm
    COST: AIA Members, $50 (+svc fee) Non-members $75 (+svc fee)

For full details, click here for the flyer.

Space is limited, please register early: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/profile/10754  

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