Tue, Jun 06|
Five Star Bank Community Room
CEU: Code Class June 2023
3 AIA HSW | This course presented by Laura Cooney, AIA provides a summary, with some graphic examples, of the significant accessibility provision & application changes from the 2018 I-Codes & ICC/A117.1-2009 Standard to the 2021 I-Codes & ICC/A117.1-2017 Standard. Space is limited.
Time & Location
Jun 06, 10:30 AM – 1:45 PM
Five Star Bank Community Room, 395 Westfall Rd, Rochester, NY 14620, USA
About the Event
Learning Units: 3 AIA LU’s (HSW)
Laura M Cooney, AIA will present this course. She is an NCARB registered architect with 30+ years of experience and is also a NYS Certified Code Enforcement Official. Laura has been providing code consulting and code training programs for over 18 years in NYS.
Cost: $ 40/Members, $50/Non-Members
This course provides a summary, with some graphic examples, of the significant accessibility provision and application changes from the 2018 I-Codes and ICC/A117.1-2009 Standard to the 2021 I-Codes and ICC/A117.1-2017 Standard. It will focus on the I-Code accessibility changes, such as IBC Chapter 11, IEBC Chapter 3, and the ICC/A117.1-2017 Standard, because compliance with the ICC/A117.1-2017 Standard is triggered under the 2021 I-Codes. These codes and standards have been recently adopted in states/cities surrounding NYS and the next edition to be adopted by NYS will most likely be the 2024 I-Codes with NYS modifications. So, this course is intended to assist design professionals in understanding the changes that have taken affect in some jurisdictions already and that will most likely be coming to NYS in late 2024 (TBD).
Learning Objective 1: Understand the status of accessibility changes in some surround NYS jurisdictions and upcoming changes for NYS in 2024,
Learning Objective 2: Know the significant accessibility provision changes in the 2021 IBC to understand what triggers may differ from previous IBC requirements,
Learning Objective 3: Know the significant accessibility provision changes in the 2021 IEBC to understand what triggers may differ from previous existing building code requirements, and
Learning Objective 4: Once knowing the code triggers that differ, then understanding the application of accessibility features in both new construction and existing buildings that significantly differ from the 2009 ICC/A117.1 edition.
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