Altered States – How Do Seattle Codes Impact Your Alteration Projects?
This session will examine the codes and regulations that apply to renovation and remodeling projects. Session topics will include rules governing alterations to conditions such as egress; fire separations; structural, mechanical and lighting systems; and more. The Seattle code “substantial alterations” concept will be reviewed in depth.
Registration Close Date: June 22, 2015
- Be able to apply accessibility provisions to existing buildings.
- Be able to identify the special obligations involved with “substantial alterations” projects.
- Be able to design for compliance with the energy code requirements for upgrades to impacted systems.
- Be able to identify instances in which the code is flexible and approaches to gaining approval for proposed flexibility.
June 24, 2015, 12:30-5:00 pm at Seattle City Hall
Download the Beyond Codes Program for Session 2.
Includes afternoon beverages and snacks
$95 for AIA Members and government employees
$55 for AIA Associates
$35 for Students
$195 for Non-Members
Did you attend Session 1? If so you can receive 10% off registration! Please check your previous registration emails or email AV Goodsell.
Explore full Speaker Bios. All speakers subject to change.
Lynn Goto, AIA, Senior Building Plans Examiner, Department of Planning & Development, City of Seattle
Duane Jonlin, AIA, Energy Code and Energy Conservation Advisor with Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development
Steve Pfeiffer, Engineering & Technical Codes Manager, Department of Planning & Development, City of Seattle
Rick Lupton, Engineering & Technical Codes Manager, Department of Planning & Development, City of Seattle
Special thanks to the sponsors of the 2015 Beyond Codes series:
Coughlin Porter Lundeen | Degenkolb Engineers | FSi Consulting Engineers | Interface Engineering
Code Knowledge Community
Special thanks to the Code Knowledge Community on planning this series of sessions!
Contact AIA Seattle Program Manager AV Goodsell.
Registration and Credit Questions?
Contact AIA Seattle Membership Manager May Ruiz.
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