Code Dependent: K-12 Code Challenges & Opportunities
This is the second session in the Code Dependent series.
This AIA accredited seminar entails a four-hour code presentation and discussion focused on the unique code requirements for K-12 educational facilities. Pulling experience from dozens of educational facility projects in the U.S., the presenter will review and provide examples of everything from basic code concepts, to fire protection to alternates. In addition, 2018 IBC Updates will be reviewed when applicable to these unique building types.
- Get an overview of K-12 Code Basics including in depth look at occupancy, typical construction types, and means of egress.
- Gain insight on special considerations for fire walls, exterior wall ratings, protection, and suppression requirements and methods.
- Learn about considerations for existing building additions and alterations.
- Earmark significant K-12 changes in 2018 IBC as well as view regional examples of alternate solutions.
Registration Closes: Monday, July 22, 2019.
Early Bird Deadline: Monday, July 15, 2019. After this time, the price increases 15%
CLASS PASS REGISTRATION
For Firm Network Partners, the Class Pass will provide registration to this forum for 10 attendees from your firm (both members and non-members), at a discounted rate of 10% off the early member registration price.
Class Pass Registration Closes Monday, July 22, 2019.
Wednesday, July 24, 2019
Seattle City Hall, Bertha Knight Landes
12:00 – 12:30 pm Registration + Light Refreshments
12:30 pm Program Begins
4:30 pm Program Ends
- K-12 Code basics – Common occupancies, typical construction types, means of egress, energy code.
- K-12 Special Considerations – Fire Alarm, Fire Suppression, Seismic categories, special provisions
- Significant K-12 occupancy code changes in 2018 IBC
- Common design/construction issues – Case studies
Includes 4 LUs (HSW) + light refreshments
$121.00 AIA Member
$121.00 Government + Partners
Early Bird Deadline: Monday, July 15. After this time, the price increases 15%
Reduced rate options are available, please submit the Continuing Education Scholarship / Reduced Rate Request form via email by Monday, July 15, 2019.
Samir Mokashi, Principal, Code Unlimited
Samir Mokashi has over 30 years of experience in regulatory requirements. He has successfully lead design teams through highly demanding programs, complex designs, challenging budgets, fast track schedules, and rigorous requirements. He has been involved in code development at local and national and authored several code alternates and variances that resolved multi-disciplinary issues, simply and effectively. He has a unique ability to deliver simple and elegant solutions to problems that stump most others. The depth of his knowledge and strong communication skills have earned him respect from city and state officials, as well as designers, developers and architects. He is a sought after speaker, accredited educator and a highly valued mentor to young professionals.
All speakers subject to change.
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR 2019 CODE SERIES SPONSORS
SPECIAL THANKS TO THE CODE COMMITTEE
Special thanks to the Code Committee for planning this series of sessions!
Judy Tucker, AIA
Steve Dombrowski, AIA
Registration or Credit Questions?
Contact Brigette Ruhland, Program & Project Coordinator at AIA Seattle
Contact Connor Descheemaker, Membership & Volunteer Manager at AIA Seattle
Contact Kimber Leblicq, Managing Director at AIA Seattle