Date

10/26/2022
2:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Location

Sonoma Clean Power Advanced Energy Center
741 4th St.
Santa Rosa, CA

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Description:

Practical insight to plan for and implement construction-related accessibility standards. Scoping and timing for barrier-removal / accessibility improvements at existing facilities. Navigating state and federal standards – standard of care. Identifying existing conditions that are non-compliant with accessibility standards and when mitigation is mandatory. Understanding the new provisions in the 2019 California Building Code (CBC Chapter 11B), effective July 1, 2021, and concurrent requirements under the 2010 ADA as applicable to public accommodations in California.

Date: Wed 10/26 |  2:30 5:00pm

Location: In person

AIA CES Approved Course 2.5 LU | HSWs (units count toward re-licensure)

Presenter:

Craig Williams

As a design professional Craig Williams has assisted public and private sector clients successfully make their buildings and facilities more open, accessible and welcoming. As an Architect and Certified Access Specialist (CASp), Craig provides design and consultation to federal, state and local government entities, commercial property owners, homeowners associations, businesses, law firms, architects and facilities professionals throughout California with a proactive, confidential method to better serve the community through improved accessibility for people with disabilities. By retaining Mr. Williams’ services, clients obtain qualified status for certain legal benefits and protections that can supplement client’s risk management strategies. Mr. Williams also provides practical, solution oriented facility design that can help resolve access related issues quickly and effectively. Having subject matter experience, Mr. Williams provides clients with analysis of access compliance issues as they pertain to facilities in both the private and public sectors. Craig Williams Bio

Learning Objectives:

  1. Introductory – Beneficial to seminar participants new to the knowledge area, skill set, or practice. Participants will learn/review the basic standards of ADA Design and current codes, and now these affect design positively.
  2. Introductory – Participants will be able to identify new code requirements for usability of newly constructed and altered public accommodation facilities.
  3. Intermediate – Participants will gain an improved understanding of code interpretation and its practical application.
  4. Update – provides participants who are actively practicing in the subject area who desire to be informed about recent trends and changes in accessibility standards. Participants will learn about compliance with mandatory alteration standards (2010 ADA Act and 2019 CBC).

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