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Advanced Studies of the International Building Code – Half Day

March 31 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Description: This class will provide a provocative and higher level of review of the International Building Code. The class will focus on unusual and more complex fire and life safety provisions of the code. Chapters 7-10 of the IBC will be discussed during the seminar. Subjects included will be fire walls, fire barriers, smoke barriers, automatic fire sprinklers, fire alarm systems, interior finishes, large building egress and other advanced provisions of the code. Case studies of large and unusual buildings will be discussed during the seminar. In addition to providing education credits and providing a class certificate to building and fire code officials the certificate issued with this class qualifies for Montana State Board of Architects licensing CE (6 hours). Additionally, provider will report AIA credits for course attendees providing AIA numbers on the course sign in sheet.

Instructor: Bill Clayton
Registration: 17th ANNUAL BUILDING CODES EDUCATION CONFERENCE (regfox.com)

Details

Date:
March 31
Time:
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm