East Bay, Monterey Bay and Peninsula Chapters of ICC
2017 Tri-Chapter Annual Meeting
Registration starts at 8:00 AM
June 2, 2017
Surf View meeting room
175 West Cliff Dr
Santa Cruz CA95060
You can valet park, pull up directly in front of the hotel & the valets will take your car & your keys or
You can self park - you can use the large parking lot across the street. You will need to pull a ticket to get through the parking gate, you need to hold on to the parking ticket & bring that with you to the banquet space. The Banquet server can validate that ticket for you.
$75.00 per person
Includes Breakfast, Lunch and Refreshments
The meeting is limited to the first 100 persons making reservations!!!!!
RSVP by May 23rd
Gift Card Raffles—must be present to win!
Join John & Karen LaTorra for a barbecue at their digs in Boulder Creek afterwards; details to follow.
2017 Tri-Chapter Meeting Announcement and Registration
ICC Peninsula Chapter Meeting
9:45 A.M. Social / Coffee
Meeting starts promptly at 10:00 A.M.
Program Cost - $20.00
Matadero Room, Mitchell Park Community Center, 3700 Middlefield Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94303
Clinics fall under the jurisdiction of the local building and fire departments; however, the regulations that apply to most of these facilities – but not all – are written by OSHPD and are quite complex. While local ordinances can be enforced and fees collected, fire departments and building departments must certify the clinic is in compliance with the OSHPD 3 provisions of the California Building Codes Standards at occupancy. This class will provide the attendee information relating to clinic construction requirements, occupancy classification, OSHPD 3 certification as well as the fire department’s role and responsibility in healthcare facility inspection.
Clinics and Hospitals Review Flyer
2017 CBC Accessibility
The class is designed to facilitate accessibility within our communities, and is an update of presentation for mandatory continuing Ed for Architects’ Licenses, given at the State Building in Oakland for the AIA. Highlights of Accessible designs will demonstrate inspiring solutions for compliance with State of CA and Federal Accessibility code requirements. The class will begin with navigation of the 2016 CA Building Code’s Chapter 11B. The ADA (Public Accommodations) and ABA (Federal Facilities) standards will be reviewed. CA Chapter 11B Tabs and Snacks will be distributed during two 10-15 minute breaks. An accessibility practice session will be included in the last 30 minutes.
LUIHSW units are available as Learning Units for AIA. This class is taught by an ICC Preferred Provider.
Instructor: Ally Watts, a CA Certified Access Specialist
Ally Watts, a CA Certified Access Specialist, intuitively incorporates accessibility into early stages of Architectural design for Public Accommodations, Educational and Civic facilities for city, state and federal jurisdictions. She served the State of CA as Senior Architect for Accessibility Review, including service for the Disability Advisory Committee for the CA Department of General Services and for the revision to CA Building Code, Chapter 11B, for compliance with the stricter requirements of CBC and the current ADA Standards for Accessible Design. She has served in the ICC as a voting member and local Chapter Treasurer, and as an ICC Plans Examiner. She looks forward to sharing knowledge and enthusiasm for universal design with you.
COST (handouts, snacks, refreshments)
Lunch is included in the registration fee
Late registration (1 week before seminar)
2017 CBC Accessibility
2017 Commercial Electrical Inspection
Commercial Electrical Inspections.
This course will cover the basics of commercial electrical inspections, including services, switchboards and panelboards, grounding and bonding, load calculations, lighting installations, motors, transformers and emergency systems. Please don’t forget to bring your 2014 NEC or 2016 CA Electrical Code!
Joe Andre is a consultant to the Steel Tube Institute since April 2014. He was the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) West Coast Field Representative for 12 years. Prior to that he was an electrical inspector/assistant building official for the City of Bellevue, WA and an electrical inspector for the State of Washington. He serves on Code Making Panel 5 for the 2017 NEC and was on CMP-1 for the 2011 and 2014 NEC cycles. He served on the ICC Energy Conservation Code Committee for the 2009, 2012 and 2015 cycles. He also serves on several Electrical Code Advisory Committees in Washington State. He is an NEC instructor for NFPA and also an electrical apprenticeship instructor. Joe is a Master Electrician in Washington State and has held numerous positions from journeyman, foreman, estimator, project manager to electrical contractor.
Mike Stone is the NEMA West Coast Field Representative since August 2012. He is the alternate member representing NEMA on Code Making Panel 1 for the 2017 National Electrical Code. He also serves as Vice Chair of the Plumbing, Electrical, Mechanical and Energy Code Advisory Committee for the CA Building Standards Commission. Prior to his tenure with NEMA, he worked for over 25 years in California building departments at the County of Monterey and the Cities of Monterey, Salinas and, most recently, as Building Official for the City of Watsonville. He holds seven ICC Certifications and is a Certified Access Specialist (CASp). He has taught code classes at several CA Community Colleges and has been an IBEW electrical apprenticeship instructor. Mike is a member of ICC, IAEI, IBEW and NFPA, and is a Certified General Electrician in the State of California.
Membership in the Peninsula Chapter provides an opportunity to keep up to date on the activities of the ICC and code adoption status. Plus it also serves as a forum to discuss code changes, interpretations, and updates.
John LaTorra, Treasurer Peninsula Chapter ICC237 Beresford Ave. Redwood City, CA 94061 [email protected]