Code Evolutions – House Rules: 2015 Residential & Energy Code Update
The 2015 Seattle Residential Code and Seattle Energy Code will go into effect on January 1, 2017, and will implement several important changes. This session will focus entirely on code applicable to single-family, duplex and townhouse projects. Duane Jonlin FAIA and Rick Pellinger from the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections, will guide participants through the most significant changes and discuss the differences between the Seattle residential energy and building codes and those of the ICC codes and other jurisdictions. After the two-hour program, participants are welcome to stay for an optional question and answer session with the speakers.
Registration is now full, please add your name to the wait list and you will be contacted if space becomes available.
- Participants will be able to locate relevant requirements in the Seattle energy code and apply those requirements to their residential projects with less than four stories
- Participants will be able to describe the most significant changes in the 2015 Seattle residential code editions and understand the implications of those new requirements.
- Participants will be able to identify the most significant areas in which the Seattle residential energy and building codes are different from those of the ICC codes and other jurisdictions.
- Participants will become familiar with the most recent City of Seattle code interpretations and policies that may affect their single family and duplex projects.
includes 2 LU|HSW and light refreshments
$10.00 – Student
$20.00 – AIA Members
$20.00 – Government
$80.00 – Non-Members
Duane Jonlin FAIA | Energy Code and Energy Conservation Advisor | Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections | City of Seattle
Richard Pellinger | Building Plans Examiner Supervisor | Seattle Department of Construction and Inspection | City of Seattle
All speakers subject to change.
Special thanks to the Code Committee on planning this series of sessions!
Contact AIA Seattle Program Manager, Cassie Blair.
Registration and Credit Questions?
Contact AIA Seattle Volunteer Hospitality Lead, Missy Garvin.
Contact AIA Seattle Managing Director, Kimber Leblicq.