Significant Changes to the 2022 Connecticut State Building Code
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Thursday, March 23, 2023
8:30 am – 5:00 pm EDT (including a 60-min. break)
- Connecticut code adoption
- International Code Council code development
- IBC Chapter 1 – Administration
Building Planning, Part 1 IBC; Chapters 2 through 4
- Occupancy classification
- Special occupancy provisions
Building Planning, Part 2; IBC Chapters 5 and 6
- Height and area limitations
- Types of construction
Fire Protection, IBC Chapters 7 through 9
- Fire resistant construction
- Interior finishes
- Fire protection
IBC Chapters 10 and 11
- Means of egress
- Highlights from A117.1-2017
IBC Chapter 12 through Appendices
- Building environment
- Exterior envelope
- Construction materials
Changes to other Connecticut Codes
- Existing buildings
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7.0 HSW CE Hours
International Code Council
0.7 CEUs (Building)
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Milton Gregory Grew
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Course Title: Significant Changes to the 2022 Connecticut State Building Code
Delivery Method: Live Online
Course Description: This course provides a detailed analysis of the 2022 Connecticut State Building Code and the significant changes made. The course explains the development, adoption and administration of the code before closely examining chapters 2-12. The course also identifies significant changes to other Connecticut codes that design professions should be aware of.
Learning Objective 1: Learners will be able to analyze IBC chapters 2 through 4, with specific focus on definitions, occupancy classifications and special occupancy provisions.
Learning Objective 2: Learners will be able to analyze fire protection as required by the code, including fire resistant construction, interior finishes and other protection.
Learning Objective 3: Learners will be able to analyze IBC chapters 10 and 11, with specific focus on means of egress, accessibility and highlights from A117.1.
Learning Objective 4: Learners will be able to identify changes to other Connecticut codes, including codes for existing buildings, energy and residential design.
LUs: 7.0 LU Type: LU|HSWs.
Prerequisites: Familiarity with code compliance concepts
Advance Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
Course Expiration Date: 01/26/2026
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