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Introduction to the International Building Code
Wednesday, June 8, 2016, 12:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

   Code history

   Development of the code

   Code Update Process / Changes in 2015 Edition

   IBC Chapter 34 changed to Existing Building Code

   Code Administration and Enforcement – Chapter 1

   Code Terminology and Definitions – Chapter 2

 


Building Planning with the IBC
Wednesday, June 8 , 2016, 2:30 – 5:00 PM EDT

Classification of Structures – Chapter 3
   – Classification of structures based upon usage and occupancy

 

Occupancy and Special Uses – Chapter 4
   – Special requirements for structures based upon their structure classification type

 

General Building Heights and Areas – Chapter 5
   – Building height limitations and surrounding area modification limitations

 

Types of Construction – Chapter 6
   – Construction classification and related fire-resistance rating requirements

 


IBC Means of Egress and Accessibility
Thursday, June 9, 2016, 12:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Means of Egress – Chapter 10
   – Sizing, illumination and accessibility of means of egress

The ADA and IBC Working together – Chapter 11
   – Accessible routes, accessible entrances, parking/passenger loading and special occupancies
   – ICC 117.1-2009

 


IBC Construction Techniques, Fire Protection and Special Systems
Thursday, June 9, 2016, 2:30 – 5:00 PM EDT

   Fire Resistance-Rated Construction – Chapters 7 and 8

   Fire Protection Systems – Chapter 9

   Building Components – Chapters 12 – 15 
      – Interior Finishes – Chapter 8
      – Exterior Walls
      – Roof Assemblies 

   Structural Design, Special Inspections, and Testing – Chapters 16 – 18

   Construction – Chapters 19 – 26
      – Soils and Foundations
      – Concrete
      – Aluminum
      – Masonry
      – Steel
      – Wood
      – Glass and Glazing
      – Gypsum Board, Plaster and Stucco
      – Plastic

   Building Services and Special Systems – Chapters 26 – 34
      – Electrical
      – Mechanical
      – Plumbing Elevators and Conveying
      – Right-of-Way Encroachments
      – Job site Safety
      – “Existing Building Code”

   Referenced Standards

Credits

Architects:
     9.0 HSW Contact Hours
     (AIA: 9.0 HSW LUs)

Engineers:
     9.0 PDHs

ICC:
     0.9 CEUs

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Speakers

Reid Gerritsen

Gerritsen Inspection Services, LLC – West Valley City, UT
As the founder of Gerritsen Inspection Services, LLC, Mr. Gerritsen provides professional construction code consulting, plan reviews, and inspection services. He is a construction professional with more than 25 years of experience in both the private and public sectors. Amongst other positions, Mr. Gerritsen has served as building official for the Cities of Bluffdale, Holladay, and Tooele, and he has served as director of planning/construction for a large (3,100 + acre) master-planned community in Draper, Utah. He served previously as an adjunct instructor at ITT Technical Institute where he taught upper-level division courses in the Construction Management bachelor program. Mr. Gerritsen earned his B.S. degree from Brigham Young University and his M.B.A. degree from Western Governors University. Mr. Gerritsen has always promoted building code development and education, including serving as the founding president of the Bonneville Chapter of the International Code Council 1993-1994, and as a member of the Board of Directors 1994-1995. In addition to consulting, Mr. Gerritsen continues to share his experience with others through seminars, discussions, and webinars.

There are 4 Courses in This Seminar

Introduction to the International Building Code

Introduction to the International Building Code

June 8, 2016 Webinar Reid Gerritsen
Building Planning with the IBC

Building Planning with the IBC

June 8, 2016 Webinar Reid Gerritsen
IBC Means of Egress and Accessibility

IBC Means of Egress and Accessibility

June 9, 2016 Webinar Reid Gerritsen