There are 20 different classes taught by many of the best lecturers in the business.
Each track is designed to focus on certain aspects affecting building and fire departments and the design/construction community. Special Uses will address current
issues affecting existing buildings. Fire/Life Safety will discuss the need to protect the occupants of a building. Administration is designed to assist the future building
officials and the staff. Accessibility offers expert advice on complying with the CBC and the federal laws. Architects can get credits for their license renewal.
Wood Science addresses frame inspection and the requirements to build a safe structure. For more information, contact Chuck Deleo at 626-369-1228.
You can call me if you want more information about the topics.
Here is a great opportunity to get educated on various parts of the CBC. I have planned to have several vendors there as well as ICC selling Code books. It is also an opportunity for you meet building officials and show them that you also want to learn the Code.
August 23, 2012
3100 East Frontera
Anaheim, California 92806
91 freeway and Glassel Street