Workshop Description This workshop is intended for those working in the wood construction industry from design to build to inspection. This class will address core wall bracing requirements found in the International Residental Code and will look at everything from bracing methods to the required amount and even connections of braced wall panels to framing. Special attention will be given to design examples highlighting the many options for wall bracing solutions with an emphasis on narrow bracing solutions. This class will be taught by a team of technical representatives from Simpson Strong-Tie. Registration To register for this workshop or find more course listings, visit strongte.com/workshops. For questions, please call our toll-free number (800) 999-5099 – Extension 3146 or send an email to Vivien Jeske at [email protected] Wall Bracing Requirements of the IRC Workshop Learning Objectives As a result of attending this workshop, you will be able to: Identify various permitted standard braced wall panel methods found in R602.10 Identify various narrow braced wall panel methods found in R602.10 Perform braced wall layouts by indicating the location of braced wall lines, braced wall panels, and panel types within a residential plan Date Tuesday, May 14th Location Renaissance St. Louis Airport 9801 Natural Bridge Rd. St. Louis, MO 63134 Phone: 314-429-1100 Registraton 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM Workshop 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM Complimentary breakfast and lunch will be provided Workshop Topics Lateral Forces From Wind and Seismic Wall Bracing Requirements Engineered Solutons Design Example Hands-on Demonstraton Course Credits 5 PDHs IACET: 0.5 CEUs (800) 999-5099 x0000 strongte.com
2015 IPC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles
Participants will be better able to understand and apply the critical concepts required to safely and efficiently design, install and inspect plumbing installations in accordance with the 2015 International Plumbing Code (IPC). Participants will benefit from understanding the core principles needed to correctly interpret and apply the code. During this training, participants will be listening to lecture and viewing examples, as well as discussing sections of the IPC that pertain to plumbing system.
Jim Tinner began in construction as a plumber and continued in that profession for about fourteen years before deciding on a career in building code enforcement. While working during the day and attending Seattle Central College at night he completed an Associates program in Building Construction Technology and began looking for work as a building inspector. Since, for the last twenty nine years has worked as a combination building inspector, fire prevention inspector, fire marshal and building official. Over the years Jim has instructed dozens of classes on subjects ranging from emergency management to legal aspects of code administration. He is a former member of the Washington State Building Code Council and the Washington State Emergency Management Council.
Seminar Fee: MABOI Members: $80
Includes: breakfast, seminar, and lunch
Pre-registration is required
Seating limited to 100 people
Class: 9am – 4pm
Who should attend:
Permit Technicians (CEU’s—0.6)
Building Inspectors (CEU’s—0.6)
Plans Examiners (CEU’s—0.6)
Code Officials (CEU’s—0.6)
PAYMENTS: Send payments to MABOI, 12685 Dorsett Rd #308, Maryland Heights, MO 63043
Location: St. John City Hall 8944 St. Charles Rock Rd. Cafeteria Level St John, Mo. 63114