In addition to the above classes, on April 18 in Sacramento, the Building Standard Commission is also offering a CALGreen workshop that will go in-depth into the commercial/non-residential aspects of the code. You can also earn AIA and ICC continuing education credits by attending this workshop.
The CALGreen Commercial Workshop will provide an in-depth look at the commercial chapters of the new code that pertain to nonresidential construction, covering each section in detail with a focus on application and compliance. Each participant will review a commercial site plan, from planning and design to completion, detailing each aspect of code – and how to achieve them.
CALGreen also mandates commissioning be required of all new nonresidential properties over 10,000 square feet, and this session will address the various steps of the commissioning process.
Participants will also be trained on the new documentation requirements for the submission and approval of building plans.
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