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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


     2.0 HSW Contact Hours 
     (AIA: 2.0 HSW LUs)

     2.0 PDHs

     .20 CEUs

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Reid Gerritsen

Construction Project Manager/Code Consultant at Gerritsen Inspection Services, LLC

With over 30 years’ experience in both the private and public sectors, Mr. Gerritsen provides professional construction code consulting, plan reviews, and inspection services. He has served as a Building Official for the cities of Bluffdale, Centerville, Holladay, Tooele, and as planning / construction director for master planned communities in Tooele and Draper, Utah. In addition to consulting, Mr. Gerritsen continues to share his experience with others through seminars, discussions, and webinars. He 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 on the Board of Directors 1994-1995. Mr. Gerritsen earned his B.S. degree from Brigham Young University and his M.B.A. degree from Western Governors University.