FSEA Hosting Live NCSEA Webinar
Our North Florida Chapter of FSEA is bringing together our members and colleagues for another shared webinar experience. We consider this a major benefit for our membership.
Join us on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 to participate in the live NCSEA Webinar on the topic of:
IBC Chapter 17: Special Inspections & Testing
SPEAKER: Chris Kimball, S.E.
PDH CREDITS: 1.5 PDH credits will be provided (by NCSEA)
DATE: Tuesday, March 22, 2016
TIME: Seating (please arrive early) 12:45 pm - 1:00 pm Webinar Presentation 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
LOCATION: Haskell, Haskell Development Center 111 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32202
COST: FSEA Member: (2016) $15 Non Member: $35 Student: no cost.
RSVP by 12:00 Noon on Monday March 21st RSVP by filling out the form at weblink: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Ll0Gv78LPiE0KBVReuKVW7huAmuf7uAHvKDGqhxRn0Y/viewform?usp=send_form
For more information or questions, contact Eric Cannon at Email: NF-FSEA@outlook.com
Kindly distribute this meeting notice to your colleagues and associates.
PROGRAM: This webinar will cover the main "Special Inspection & Testing" requirements of IBC Chapter 17. The goal is to help the design professional understand the "Who? What? When and How?" of special inspections. It will address the specific criteria for "Statements of Special Inspection" (SSI) and will provide several project examples to help the structural engineer of record determine how to put together a project-specific SSI. The specific requirements for high-wind and seismic regions will be broken down, as well as the requirements for structural observations.
Chris Kimball, S.E., has more than 17 years of experience in the design, construction and building-safety industries. He is a licensed Structural Engineer and is an ICC Master Code Professional. He has performed structural plan reviews for thousands of projects throughout Utah, Wyoming, Nevada, California, Washington, Arizona, and Texas. In addition, Chris has provided numerous training classes to help design professionals, building officials, and contractors alike to understand the structural requirements of the adopted building codes