International Energy Conservation Code, Part II
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September 23, 2016, 12:00 – 3:00 PM CDT
Service water heating, power and lighting
Consideration including pipe insulation, pool covers and heat traps
Power and lighting
– Lighting controls
– Power limitations using whole building or space-by-space method
Heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems
The simplified approach and when it can save you a lot of work
Requirements for controls
Economizer types and applications
Demand controlled ventilation
When you can and cannot dehumidify
Residential provisions of the International Energy Conservation Code
Identifying projects to which it applies
Reviewing the format and organization of the code
Examining required submittals/procedures
Exploring energy models
Examples of calculating insulation thickness
3.0 HSW Contact Hours
3.0 HSW LUs
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Michael L. Savage, MCP, CBO, CFPS, CEI-MDirector of Building Safety for Marion County, Florida
Mr. Savage has been in the inspection field for more than 25 years. He has been a plans examiner, a combination inspector, a chief inspector and chief building official. Mr. Savage has completed plan reviews and inspections on all types of structures from single-family dwellings, decks and sheds to micro-breweries and manufacturing/industrial facilities. He currently serves as the director of building safety/building official for Marion County, Florida. Mr. Savage holds 42 International Code Council certifications, including master code professional and certified building official. In addition, he is a NFPA-certified fire protection specialist (CFPS) and IAEI certified electrical inspector – master. He is also licensed as a building, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical inspector in the State of Maryland, and he is a qualified electrical inspector in the State of Delaware. Mr. Savage is also licensed as a building, electrical, plumbing and mechanical inspector in the State of New Mexico. He is actively involved in the code making processes and holds committee memberships on such bodies as NFPA, IAEI and UL, and he is a member of the International Code Council (ICC) Board of Directors. Mr. Savage’s past positions include the following: president of the Central New Mexico Chapter of Building Officials, president of the IAEI NM Chapter, ICC Region XI Development Committee and past president and Executive Council member of Region XI. Mr. Savage was appointed to the ICC-Evaluation Services Board of Managers in 2015, the ICC Compliance Code Action Committee (CCAC) and the ICC Code Correlation Committee (CCC). He has taught, and implemented, special inspections programs throughout the country resulting in safer, code-compliant buildings.