IBC Mixed Occupancies /Special Building Types and Features | Election of Officers | Syberg’s – Dorsett | September 13, 2019

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Morning Session: 2015 IBC Mixed Occupancies

MORNING SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Based on the provisions of IBC Section 508, this seminar addresses those special requirements applicable to buildings containing two or more occupancy classifications.The three mixed-occupancy options are presented along with examples and exercises that illustrate the proper application of the provisions.

Specific topics include:

  • Occupancy classification
  • Mixed occupancy conditions
  • Accessory occupancies
  • Nonseparated occupancies
  • Separated occupancies
  • Multi-story conditions

The following publications are recommended to ensure success in this course:

2015 International Building Code® (IBC®)

Course Objectives...

  • Identify incidental uses and understand how they differ from mixed-occupancy conditions
  • Define the concept for addressing mixed-occupancy buildings
  • Identify the three options that are available for regulating mixed-occupancy buildings
  • Describe the relationship of occupancy classification, allowable height, allowable area and occupancy separation to mixed-occupancy buildings

Afternoon Session: 2015 Special Building Types and Features

AFTERNOON SESSION DESCRIPTION: 

Based on selected provisions from Chapter 4, this seminar focuses on several special building types and features. High-rise buildings, underground buildings, parking garages are specialized buildings that have their own unique considerations. Atriums, stages, and platforms are building features that are evaluated in a special manner due to the hazards involved.The special detailed requirements and allowances set forth throughout Chapter 4 address a variety of uses and occupancies.

Specific topics include:

  • High-rise buildings
  • Underground buildings
  • Covered and Open Mall Buildings
  • Parking garages
  • Aircraft hangars
  • Atriums
  • Stages and platforms

The following publications are recommended to ensure success in this course:

2015 International Building Code® (IBC®)

 Course Objectives…

  • Identify those special building types and features that are regulated in IBC Chapter 4
  • Apply the special provisions applicable to high-rise buildings, underground buildings, parking garages, mall buildings and special amusement buildings
  • Apply the special provisions that regulate atriums, stages, platforms and storm shelters
  • Understand the scope and application of IBC Chapter 4

 Who should attend:

  • Permit Technicians (CEU’s—.6)
  • Building Inspectors (CEU’s—.6)
  • Plans Examiners (CEU’s—.6)
  • Code Officials (CEU’s—.6)

Where / When:

Sybergs 2430 Old Dorsett Rd, Maryland Heights, MO 63043

Sign-in / Breakfast: 8:30 am

Seminar: 9 am-4 pm

Registration:

Seminar Fee: MABOI Members: FREE

Includes: breakfast, seminar, and lunch

Pre-registration is required

Seating limited to 100 people

Information:

PAYMENTS: 12685 Dorsett Rd #308, Maryland Heights, MO 63043

Election slate:

Robert Poteet III,, President moves to past President

Eric Powers, moves to President

Joe Kovac, moves to Vice President

Neil Fick, moves to Exec Secretary

Dale Nicolas, Recording Secretary

Matt Whitwell, Membership Secretary

Jeff Carter, Treasurer

Chris Gaw, Director term ends 2021

David Astuto, Director term ends 2020

Mark Zaiontz, Director term ends 2020

Jeff Center, Director term ends 2021

Chris Schlumm, Director term ends 2021

Greg Tate, Director term ends 2020

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Job Opportunity – Deputy Fire Marshal | Champaign, Illinois

DEPUTY FIRE MARSHAL


(Union Position)
Deadline Extended
The City of Champaign seeks qualified candidates for a career opportunity as a
Deputy Fire Marshal in the Life Safety Division of the Fire Department.
Responsibilities of Position
This position performs fire code compliance work by enforcing codes pertaining to fire prevention and life safety issues in the areas of building construction, fire hydrant capabilities, and placement, and the requirements and design of fire suppression and alarm systems. Investigates and inspects commercial, industrial, multi-family, and state-owned properties on the University of Illinois campus and in the City of Champaign. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: code enforcement, fire prevention, investigations, and public education. Fire investigator duties may require responding outside of normal work hours.
Required Qualifications
• High school diploma or equivalent.
• Ability to read, understand, and interpret fire and life safety codes.
• Effective oral and written communication.
• Valid state-issued driver’s license and good driving record.
• Physical condition necessary to perform job duties, including standing and walking for long periods of time, climbing, crawling, stooping, kneeling, and lifting and carrying up to 40 lbs., with or without accommodation.
• Ability to work under adverse weather conditions.
• Possession of or the ability to obtain within two years of employment
International Code Council (ICC) or National Fire Protection Association
(NFPA) Fire Inspector certification.
• Possession of or the ability to obtain within one year of employment State of Illinois Fire and/or Arson Investigator certification.
Preferred Qualifications
• Degree work in a related management or technical field, such as Fire
Service, Emergency Management, Law Enforcement, Construction, etc.
• Experience as a code-related inspector.
• Experience with National Fire Protection Association standards.
• Experience as a fire or arson investigator in the field.
• Fire service experience.
Drug screening and criminal background check will be required. The starting salary is $33.61 per hour, plus an excellent fringe benefits package. Applications, including cover letter and resume, must be submitted online no later than Sunday, July 21, 2019.
The City’s mission is to provide responsive, caring, cost-effective service in partnership with our community. The following values guide our work: Personal
Integrity, Responsibility, Respect, Teamwork, Results. The City of Champaign is committed to promoting a work environment and a community that values and supports diversity and inclusion.
To apply, visit the City’s Jobs Page at champaignil.gov/jobs.
The City of Champaign is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The following locations offer free Internet access and assistance: Champaign Public Library and the Illinois WorkNet Center.

2015 IPC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles | St. John | June 20, 2019

2015 IPC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles

2015 IPC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles | St. John | June 20, 2019 | Jim Tinner

Course Description:

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.

Instructor Bio:

Robert J. Schutz, P.E., P.S., CBO, has served as an Assistant Architect
Administrator at the Ohio Board of Building Standards. While with the State of Ohio, he has oversight of the new Residential Code of Ohio program, including certification of local residential code departments and personnel. Previously, Bob served ICC as Manager of Instructors with responsibilities for the selection, oversight, and quality of ICC’s cadre of staff and contract instructors. his varied previous experiences include active military service during the 1980’s as an Army Corps of Engineers (ACE) officer; building code enforcement for several central Ohio jurisdictions, including ten years as Chief Building Official (CBO) for the City of Powell where he also served as City Engineer and Director of Public Services; and Chief Engineer, for the Ohio Department of Health where he chaired the state’s plumbing advisory board, was chief of plumbing and was a voting member on the Ohio Board of Building Standards. He is experienced in combat construction, facilities engineering, and project management as well as having been a plumber, sheet metal worker, and brick mason. Mr. Schutz has a civil engineering degree from Ohio Northern University with post-graduate studies at the University of Southern California and the Ohio State University in environmental law, land- use planning and public administration. He is a registered Professional Engineer and Professional Surveyor, certified Chief Building Official and holds Ohio certifications as Building Official, Plans Examiner and Inspector for Building, Plumbing, Electrical Safety, and Residential. Bob instructs IBC structural and nonstructural seminars, all IRC subjects, mechanical, plumbing and fuel gas codes, and administrative topics.

  • Registration Information:
    • Seminar Fee: MABOI Members: $80
    • Includes: breakfast, seminar, and lunch
    • Pre-registration is required
    • Seating limited to 100 people
  • Check-in: 8:30am
  • 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

2015 IPC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles | St. John | June 20, 2019

2015 IPC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles

2015 IPC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles | St. John | June 20, 2019 | Jim Tinner

Course Description:

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.

Instructor Bio:

Robert J. Schutz, P.E., P.S., CBO, has served as an Assistant Architect
Administrator at the Ohio Board of Building Standards. While with the State of Ohio, he has oversight of the new Residential Code of Ohio program, including certification of local residential code departments and personnel. Previously, Bob served ICC as Manager of Instructors with responsibilities for the selection, oversight, and quality of ICC’s cadre of staff and contract instructors. his varied previous experiences include active military service during the 1980’s as an Army Corps of Engineers (ACE) officer; building code enforcement for several central Ohio jurisdictions, including ten years as Chief Building Official (CBO) for the City of Powell where he also served as City Engineer and Director of Public Services; and Chief Engineer, for the Ohio Department of Health where he chaired the state’s plumbing advisory board, was chief of plumbing and was a voting member on the Ohio Board of Building Standards. He is experienced in combat construction, facilities engineering, and project management as well as having been a plumber, sheet metal worker, and brick mason. Mr. Schutz has a civil engineering degree from Ohio Northern University with post-graduate studies at the University of Southern California and the Ohio State University in environmental law, land- use planning and public administration. He is a registered Professional Engineer and Professional Surveyor, certified Chief Building Official and holds Ohio certifications as Building Official, Plans Examiner and Inspector for Building, Plumbing, Electrical Safety, and Residential. Bob instructs IBC structural and nonstructural seminars, all IRC subjects, mechanical, plumbing and fuel gas codes, and administrative topics.

  • Registration Information:
    • Seminar Fee: MABOI Members: $80
    • Includes: breakfast, seminar, and lunch
    • Pre-registration is required
    • Seating limited to 100 people
  • Check-in: 8:30am
  • 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

2015 IPC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles | St. John | June 20, 2019

2015 IPC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles

2015 IPC Design, Installation and Inspection Principles | St. John | June 20, 2019 | Jim Tinner

Course Description:

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.

Instructor Bio:

Robert J. Schutz, P.E., P.S., CBO, has served as an Assistant Architect
Administrator at the Ohio Board of Building Standards. While with the State of Ohio, he has oversight of the new Residential Code of Ohio program, including certification of local residential code departments and personnel. Previously, Bob served ICC as Manager of Instructors with responsibilities for the selection, oversight, and quality of ICC’s cadre of staff and contract instructors. his varied previous experiences include active military service during the 1980’s as an Army Corps of Engineers (ACE) officer; building code enforcement for several central Ohio jurisdictions, including ten years as Chief Building Official (CBO) for the City of Powell where he also served as City Engineer and Director of Public Services; and Chief Engineer, for the Ohio Department of Health where he chaired the state’s plumbing advisory board, was chief of plumbing and was a voting member on the Ohio Board of Building Standards. He is experienced in combat construction, facilities engineering, and project management as well as having been a plumber, sheet metal worker, and brick mason. Mr. Schutz has a civil engineering degree from Ohio Northern University with post-graduate studies at the University of Southern California and the Ohio State University in environmental law, land- use planning and public administration. He is a registered Professional Engineer and Professional Surveyor, certified Chief Building Official and holds Ohio certifications as Building Official, Plans Examiner and Inspector for Building, Plumbing, Electrical Safety, and Residential. Bob instructs IBC structural and nonstructural seminars, all IRC subjects, mechanical, plumbing and fuel gas codes, and administrative topics.

  • Registration Information:
    • Seminar Fee: MABOI Members: $80
    • Includes: breakfast, seminar, and lunch
    • Pre-registration is required
    • Seating limited to 100 people
  • Check-in: 8:30am
  • 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

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