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Monday, November 15 – Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC Digital Transformation)
Gives an overview and case studies of Building Information Modeling Process through a Hybrid Collaborative Delivery Team (HCDT).
Approving Engineered Metal Building Systems and Assembly with IAS Accreditations. This program will help building departments to approve the design, fabrication and assembly of metal building systems based on two IAS Accreditation programs (AC472 +AC478) and the International Building Code.
Learn about the significant changes within the 2021 International Building Code. Discuss the code change requirements to design, plan submittals and/or inspection.
This presentation focuses on the three main areas of improvement in the ACI standard for concrete design and construction, describing how compliance with the enhanced requirements would have been beneficial to the performance of the building. Concrete durability, flat plate punching shear and structural integrity provisions of ACI 318 are critical areas of improvements that engineers, architects, and building officials must be familiar with for safe performance of concrete buildings.
An overview of the NEOM project, discussing the advanced vision for NEOM’s building regulatory infrastructure.
Tuesday, November 16 – Technology Collaboration Solutions
The pandemic has had a profound impact on how we communicate with our constituents. Learn about the "new normal with a hybrid workforce and event planning strategy.
Offsite construction and modular planning has grown in signficance in the building safety industry. Learn from a panel of experts about the transformation that is underway.
Learn about the significant changes within the 2021 International Residential Code. Changes to building, energy, mechanical, fuel gas, plumbing and electrical requirements will be discussed.
Digitization of buildings is happening and this will fundamentally change the way humanity interacts with the built environment. Learn about this digitization revolution and ways to think about reimagining through technology.
Learn about innovation and new technology demands that are reshaping the workflows in the building safety community. These workflows will improve efficiencies across the ecosystem.
Wednesday, November 17 – Building to Improve Communities
Learn about recent events impacting Code Enforcement Officers and resources to help moving forward.
Learn about Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) - FEMA’s new $500 million mitigation grant program. It prioritizes the adoption and enforcement of hazard resistant building codes and makes funding available for adoption activities
The purpose of Significant Changes to the International Energy Conservation Code 2021 Edition is to familiarize individuals with the many significant changes in the IECC from 2019 to the 2021 edition of the Code. This course is designed to assist code users in identifying the specific code changes that have occurred and, more importantly, understanding the reasons behind the change.
Learn about the Code Council's involvement of COP26 in real time as our presenters recap the COP26 Climate Summit experience.
Building Department Recognition – A new IAS program that focuses on quality processes related to permitting, plan review, inspection, and property maintenance code enforcement services.
Thursday, November 18 – Unique Building Structures
Addresses the very large and unusual building plan reviews and inspections. The class will focus on very large buildings and unusual projects. The discussion will address the review and inspections of alternate designs and performance based design. Case studies will be discussed as part of the class.
The Major Jurisdictions Committee shares best pracctices on how jurisdictions across the country handle the rising issue of homelessness. These case studies can provide guidance for jurisdictions experiencing similar homelessness issues and demonstrate possible alternate means to support safe, non-traditional housing.
Learn about the significant changes within the 2021 International Fire Code. Discuss revised design, plan review and inspection requirements.
Join to hear a series of best practices from across the country covering the latest in building safety.
Architect and other professional licensure requirements safeguard the public, consumers, and building occupants in collaboration with building departments across the country. Project scope and complexity vary dramatically across project type which can introduce collaborations with consulting engineers, interior designers, landscape architects and other product specialists. This session will address aspects of how the sealing and signing architect must maintain responsible control, how practice across professions can occur, and ways to verify a registered design professional truly holds the credential to submit for permitting.