WEBINAR | Code Update: 2018 IECC Energy Code & More
Colorado's local building codes & changes municipalities are implementing.
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Code Update: 2018 IECC Energy Code & More
The CRA is holding an informative pinpoint seminar on Colorado's local building codes and the changes many municipalities are implementing with the adoption of the 2018 Energy Code along with other important code updates.
The 2018 Energy Code changes will affect both residential and commercial contractors. In preparing the class, Rich Boon says one of the most common answers to his questions to local code officials is, “We didn’t think of that.”
- Learn the key changes to the updated rules and how it pertains to roofing
- Design consideration for new & existing buildings
- When is new code triggered for existing buildings
- Understanding exceptions to compliance & when to apply for variances
This pinpoint will have a lot of questions; and many of them will be answered. If nothing else, you will know what questions you need to ask the building departments, so that you can move forward on your own projects.
Don't miss the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge for you and your business!
Thursday, July 23, 2020
2:00 - 3:15 pm
Cost: $30/per member and $60/non-member per session.
*Virtual seating is limited.
*Zoom meeting details will be emailed upon registration.
Register to attend by clicking on the REGISTRATION OPTIONS link above.
CRA Member CIU’s = 2 per person per webinar
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About the presenter...
Rich Boon, P.E., Construction Support Services, has examined thousands of roofs working about 50/50 for and against insurance companies. He is a registered unmanned aircraft pilot that has used drones to examine hundreds of project in several states looking for hail damage.