CPDC Executive

New Building Code/CSU Building Official Training

Wednesday, September 15, 2010
San Francisco State University, Downtown Campus

9:00 AM - 4 PM
$75.00
Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. The room will open at 8:00 AM.

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The new 2010 California Building Code takes effect on January 1. It contains mandatory green building standards, structural changes and important administrative requirements that will impact each of our campus building programs. Come and learn whatís new, what has changed, and most importantly how to make sense of the new code.

CSU permitting expectations and obligations will be examined in light of these new code changes. Several individual campus topic-expert peers will relate campus best practice examples and lessons learned that illustrate real-world solutions on code approval issues. Topics will include working with CPDC, DSA, SFM and your own campus customers. The emphasis will be firmly on the practical (application of the code on your campus).

We will close with strategies on approval scheduling and updated insights on the when and how of securing exceptions and variances.

This training is targeted toward Campus Deputy Building Officials. It is also highly recommended for campus building coordinators and plant positions with capital project management responsibilities.

Presenters

  • Warren Jacobs, University Architect, CSU Chancellorís Office
  • Thomas Kennedy, Chief, Architecture and Engineering, CSU Chancellorís Office (Program Moderator)
  • Melody Maffei, Associate VP, Facilities Administration, CSU Stanislaus
  • David Rosso, Chief, Land Use Planning and Environmental Review, CSU Chancellorís Office
  • Johan Uyttewaal, Associate Director, FPCP, CPSU San Luis Obispo

Training Location

San Francisco State University, Downtown Campus
Room 673-674
835 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Hotels

There are a number of hotels in close proximity of the training location. Ask for the state government rate when making your reservation.

Parking and Transportation

The meeting location is well supported by public transportation. Those arriving at San Francisco and Oakland airports can use BART directly to the Downtown SFSU Campus. Comprehensive information (including parking) is available at the link above.

For questions please contact Nancy Freelander-Paice, 562-951-4087.