Sunroom basics based on the 2018 I Codes | FREE WEBINAR | April 29, 2021, @ 9 am-10 am

This is a free webinar and is available to anyone. There are .1 C.E.U. allowances for this course.

Objectives:

1. Learning about the National Sunroom Association scope and mission.

2. Overviewing various sunroom examples.

3. Understanding the content of the AAMA/NSA 2100 standard, referenced in the IRC, toward code enforcement application

Course description

1. Overview of the NSA

2. Photos of sunroom examples

3. AAMA/NSA 2100 content – terminology, categories, performance spec’s, structural/thermal/general requirements

4. Code applications to sunroom categories

5. Applicable 2018 IRC/IECC content

Instructor: Joe Hetzel

Biography

Joe Hetzel has been the NSA Technical Advisor since 2018.  He has 25 years of association technical experience.  He was hired by Thomas Associates in 1996 as the Associate Director of Technical Services, retiring in 2020.  During his tenure with the company, he immediately became the Technical Director of the Door & Access Systems Manufacturers Association, and in 2010 also became the Technical Advisor to the American Association of Automatic Door Manufacturers.  Joe graduated from Cleveland State University in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, and has been a registered professional engineer since 1984.  Before his association technical work, Joe had 17 years of design experience in environmental engineering, architectural detailing and design, and for a sunroom manufacturer.

Floodplain Management and Construction Requirements | WEBINAR | February 25, 2021 @ 9a.m. – 12 p.m.

Floodplain Management and Construction Requirements and the Effects on NFIP Flood Insurance

Length: 3 Hours

Summary:

Participants of this course will learn the basics of floodplain management and the Construction codes that apply when building in a Special Flood Hazard Area. 

This course will provide an in-depth look into how the Elevation Certificate (FEMA form 086-0-33) is utilized by the Insurance Industry to rate a property’s flood risk for NFIP Flood Insurance. In addition, it will explain how a local municipality can use the form to enforce their Floodplain Management Ordinance and check floodplain compliance. At the end of the course, participants will have a better understanding of how the Elevation Certificate should be completed, correctly, and more accurately, which will improve their resident’s flood insurance premiums and ensure a flood resilient structure is built. Case studies will be used to illustrate what flood loss preventive solutions are available and how to identify possible solutions using the Elevation Certificate that can dramatically lower an owner’s NFIP premium. FEMA’s Technical Bulletin 1 Wet Floodproofing and Technical Bulletin 3 Dry Floodproofing techniques will be reviewed along with International Code Council Construction Code and ASCE 24-14 standards.

Agenda:

•             Review the Biggert-Waters and Homeowners Flood Insurance Affordability Act, who is it affecting, what changes are taking place, and how is Elevation Certificate demand rising as a result.

•             Mitigation options Wet and Dry Floodproofing techniques and what codes apply.

•             Explain how the NFIP rates the flood risk for a property using the Elevation Certificate. We will identify what sections of the Elevation Certificate are most critical when rating risk.  During this section, we will play the role of a Floodplain Manager to understand how they will be using the Elevation Certificate to ensure compliance with their Floodplain Ordinance.

•             Completing the Elevation Certificate accurately with a review of how to choose the right Building Diagram using Section C and examples. How to document flood vents with a review of compliant vs. non-compliant openings and FEMA’s Technical Bulletin 1. Examples of incorrectly completed Elevation Certificates will be used to illustrate completeness and compliance.

•             Utilizing actual case studies participants will be educated on how to review an Elevation Certificate and identify flood mitigation solutions that can bring a property into NFIP compliance and the effects it will have on the NFIP premium.

This is an online event and the instructions will be sent to you the day befor the meeting.

COST: Seminar Fee single day: MABOI: $25

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: (per day)

  • Permit Technicians (CEU’s—.3)
  • Building Inspectors (CEU’s—.3)
  • Plans Examiners (CEU’s—.3)
  • Code Officials (CEU’s—.3)
  • Architects (CEU’s –3.0 AIA HSW)

Floodplain Management and Construction Requirements | WEBINAR | February 25, 2021 @ 9a.m. – 12 p.m.

Floodplain Management and Construction Requirements and the Effects on NFIP Flood Insurance

Length: 3 Hours

Summary:

Participants of this course will learn the basics of floodplain management and the Construction codes that apply when building in a Special Flood Hazard Area. 

This course will provide an in-depth look into how the Elevation Certificate (FEMA form 086-0-33) is utilized by the Insurance Industry to rate a property’s flood risk for NFIP Flood Insurance. In addition, it will explain how a local municipality can use the form to enforce their Floodplain Management Ordinance and check floodplain compliance. At the end of the course, participants will have a better understanding of how the Elevation Certificate should be completed, correctly, and more accurately, which will improve their resident’s flood insurance premiums and ensure a flood resilient structure is built. Case studies will be used to illustrate what flood loss preventive solutions are available and how to identify possible solutions using the Elevation Certificate that can dramatically lower an owner’s NFIP premium. FEMA’s Technical Bulletin 1 Wet Floodproofing and Technical Bulletin 3 Dry Floodproofing techniques will be reviewed along with International Code Council Construction Code and ASCE 24-14 standards.

Agenda:

•             Review the Biggert-Waters and Homeowners Flood Insurance Affordability Act, who is it affecting, what changes are taking place, and how is Elevation Certificate demand rising as a result.

•             Mitigation options Wet and Dry Floodproofing techniques and what codes apply.

•             Explain how the NFIP rates the flood risk for a property using the Elevation Certificate. We will identify what sections of the Elevation Certificate are most critical when rating risk.  During this section, we will play the role of a Floodplain Manager to understand how they will be using the Elevation Certificate to ensure compliance with their Floodplain Ordinance.

•             Completing the Elevation Certificate accurately with a review of how to choose the right Building Diagram using Section C and examples. How to document flood vents with a review of compliant vs. non-compliant openings and FEMA’s Technical Bulletin 1. Examples of incorrectly completed Elevation Certificates will be used to illustrate completeness and compliance.

•             Utilizing actual case studies participants will be educated on how to review an Elevation Certificate and identify flood mitigation solutions that can bring a property into NFIP compliance and the effects it will have on the NFIP premium.

This is an online event and the instructions will be sent to you the day befor the meeting.

COST: Seminar Fee single day: MABOI: $25

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: (per day)

  • Permit Technicians (CEU’s—.3)
  • Building Inspectors (CEU’s—.3)
  • Plans Examiners (CEU’s—.3)
  • Code Officials (CEU’s—.3)
  • Architects (CEU’s –3.0 AIA HSW)

Floodplain Management and Construction Requirements | WEBINAR | February 25, 2021 @ 9a.m. – 12 p.m.

Floodplain Management and Construction Requirements and the Effects on NFIP Flood Insurance

Length: 3 Hours

Summary:

Participants of this course will learn the basics of floodplain management and the Construction codes that apply when building in a Special Flood Hazard Area. 

This course will provide an in-depth look into how the Elevation Certificate (FEMA form 086-0-33) is utilized by the Insurance Industry to rate a property’s flood risk for NFIP Flood Insurance. In addition, it will explain how a local municipality can use the form to enforce their Floodplain Management Ordinance and check floodplain compliance. At the end of the course, participants will have a better understanding of how the Elevation Certificate should be completed, correctly, and more accurately, which will improve their resident’s flood insurance premiums and ensure a flood resilient structure is built. Case studies will be used to illustrate what flood loss preventive solutions are available and how to identify possible solutions using the Elevation Certificate that can dramatically lower an owner’s NFIP premium. FEMA’s Technical Bulletin 1 Wet Floodproofing and Technical Bulletin 3 Dry Floodproofing techniques will be reviewed along with International Code Council Construction Code and ASCE 24-14 standards.

Agenda:

•             Review the Biggert-Waters and Homeowners Flood Insurance Affordability Act, who is it affecting, what changes are taking place, and how is Elevation Certificate demand rising as a result.

•             Mitigation options Wet and Dry Floodproofing techniques and what codes apply.

•             Explain how the NFIP rates the flood risk for a property using the Elevation Certificate. We will identify what sections of the Elevation Certificate are most critical when rating risk.  During this section, we will play the role of a Floodplain Manager to understand how they will be using the Elevation Certificate to ensure compliance with their Floodplain Ordinance.

•             Completing the Elevation Certificate accurately with a review of how to choose the right Building Diagram using Section C and examples. How to document flood vents with a review of compliant vs. non-compliant openings and FEMA’s Technical Bulletin 1. Examples of incorrectly completed Elevation Certificates will be used to illustrate completeness and compliance.

•             Utilizing actual case studies participants will be educated on how to review an Elevation Certificate and identify flood mitigation solutions that can bring a property into NFIP compliance and the effects it will have on the NFIP premium.

This is an online event and the instructions will be sent to you the day befor the meeting.

COST: Seminar Fee single day: MABOI: $25

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: (per day)

  • Permit Technicians (CEU’s—.3)
  • Building Inspectors (CEU’s—.3)
  • Plans Examiners (CEU’s—.3)
  • Code Officials (CEU’s—.3)
  • Architects (CEU’s –3.0 AIA HSW)

Floodplain Management and Construction Requirements | WEBINAR | February 25, 2021 @ 9a.m. – 12 p.m.

Floodplain Management and Construction Requirements and the Effects on NFIP Flood Insurance

Length: 3 Hours

Summary:

Participants of this course will learn the basics of floodplain management and the Construction codes that apply when building in a Special Flood Hazard Area. 

This course will provide an in-depth look into how the Elevation Certificate (FEMA form 086-0-33) is utilized by the Insurance Industry to rate a property’s flood risk for NFIP Flood Insurance. In addition, it will explain how a local municipality can use the form to enforce their Floodplain Management Ordinance and check floodplain compliance. At the end of the course, participants will have a better understanding of how the Elevation Certificate should be completed, correctly, and more accurately, which will improve their resident’s flood insurance premiums and ensure a flood resilient structure is built. Case studies will be used to illustrate what flood loss preventive solutions are available and how to identify possible solutions using the Elevation Certificate that can dramatically lower an owner’s NFIP premium. FEMA’s Technical Bulletin 1 Wet Floodproofing and Technical Bulletin 3 Dry Floodproofing techniques will be reviewed along with International Code Council Construction Code and ASCE 24-14 standards.

Agenda:

•             Review the Biggert-Waters and Homeowners Flood Insurance Affordability Act, who is it affecting, what changes are taking place, and how is Elevation Certificate demand rising as a result.

•             Mitigation options Wet and Dry Floodproofing techniques and what codes apply.

•             Explain how the NFIP rates the flood risk for a property using the Elevation Certificate. We will identify what sections of the Elevation Certificate are most critical when rating risk.  During this section, we will play the role of a Floodplain Manager to understand how they will be using the Elevation Certificate to ensure compliance with their Floodplain Ordinance.

•             Completing the Elevation Certificate accurately with a review of how to choose the right Building Diagram using Section C and examples. How to document flood vents with a review of compliant vs. non-compliant openings and FEMA’s Technical Bulletin 1. Examples of incorrectly completed Elevation Certificates will be used to illustrate completeness and compliance.

•             Utilizing actual case studies participants will be educated on how to review an Elevation Certificate and identify flood mitigation solutions that can bring a property into NFIP compliance and the effects it will have on the NFIP premium.

This is an online event and the instructions will be sent to you the day befor the meeting.

COST: Seminar Fee single day: MABOI: $25

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: (per day)

  • Permit Technicians (CEU’s—.3)
  • Building Inspectors (CEU’s—.3)
  • Plans Examiners (CEU’s—.3)
  • Code Officials (CEU’s—.3)
  • Architects (CEU’s –3.0 AIA HSW)
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