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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Nov 10, 2011
10:00AM - 03:30AM
Working Effectively with California's New Green Building Code: CALGreen for Non-Residential
Join the USGBC Redwood Empire Chapter on Thursday, November 10, for two important educational workshops "CALGreen Non-Residential Code Review" and "Integrated Design for CALGreen Non-Residential Code Compliance".
Sonoma,
Redwood Credit Union
Event Description

Two sessions will help you gain a stronger position in your industry by increasing your understanding of what's neccessary to comply with the base mandatory CALGreen Code that went into effect in January. ____________________________________________________ 10:00 AM - 12:15 PM CALGREEN NON-RESIDENTIAL CODE REVIEW WORKSHOP (2 CE hours) Presented by: Wayne E. Miller, Architect, General Contractor, LEED AP NC, and CALGreen Special Inspector Through both lecture and hands-on exercises we'll explore the California Green Building Standards Code and share the intent, methodology and organizational structure of the code and prepares you to use it effectively. This workshop will cover: 1. Green building codes and standards overview 2. Working Effectively with CALGreen 3. Understanding Tier 1 & 2, Mandatory and Voluntary Measures 4. Non-Residential Mandatory Measures 5. Non-Residential Voluntary Measures 6. Working with Code Forms and Worksheets 7. Questions and Answers Learning outcomes for this workshop: 1. Functional understanding of code structure and requirements 2. Ability to determine what green building measures will be required to comply with code 3. Ability to complete code compliance checklists and compliance forms _____________________________________________________________ 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM INTEGRATED DESIGN FOR CALGREEN NON-RESIDENTIAL CODE COMPLIANCE (2.5 CE hours) Presented by: Wayne E. Miller, Architect, General Contractor, LEED AP NC, and CALGreen Special Inspector and Claudia Cleaver, LEED AP Through lecture and hands-on exercises, we'll explore the collaborative design process that integrates green building measures into new, non-residential projects to achieve CALGreen code compliance in California. This workshop will cover: 1. Developing an integrated green building and CALGreen compliance strategy during preliminary design. 2. Finalizing green building measures during Design Development. 3. Documenting green building measures for CALGreen Compliance during Construction 4. Document preparation Learning outcomes for this workshop: 1. Ability to collaboratively create a green building and CALGreen compliance strategy at early stages of design 2. Ability to develop and integrate cost effective green building measures into design 3. Ability to appropriately document green building measures in the construction documents ______________________________________________________________________ Attend one or both of the workshops. Lunch is from 12:15-1:00p. A box lunch is included when you register for both workshops. Cost: AM Workshop ONLY - $60.00 for non-members, $50.00 for Redwood Empire Chapter members PM Workshop ONLY - $60.00 for non-members, $50.00 for Redwood Empire Chapter members AM & PM Workshop - $120.00 for non-members, $100.00 for Redwood Empire Chapter members. Lunch included when registering for both! New Member Two-for-One Deal - sign up as a chapter member here from Oct. 25 to Nov. 9 and attend the both workshops plus receive a free box lunch for a total cost of only $50.00! The annual fee to join the Chapter is $70 and includes year-long benefits. Proof of your dated membership purchase is required at the door. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. More Information and Registration: www.usgbc-rec.org/events

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Lindsey Fairleigh, Chapter Administrator     Email: admin@usgbc-rec.org
Phone: 707-266-1264

 

 

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