Significant Non-Structural Changes to the 2012 IBC
This must-attend event will focus on the significant non-structural changes on Architectural aspects such as occupancy classification, fire protection, means of egress, commercial kitchens, definitions, fire department access, hazardous materials, accessory occupancies, incidental use, vertical openings and much, much more.
Clay Aler has over 25 years of experience in fire protection engineering in the application of government and national fire protection and life safety standards to existing and new facilities. His work experience includes extensive plan review, survey and analysis to evaluate compliance with Federal and local building code criteria. He has evaluated existing fire protection systems; developed recommendations for upgrades; reviewed drawings and specifications for existing systems; witnessed tests of fire protection systems; and conducted risk assessments and FSES evaluations.
Clay served as the fire protection engineer for almost 8 years with the Office of the State Fire Marshal (MD). He was responsible for consultation, permit plan review, and inspections of new construction throughout the state including projects in Baltimore County. He also provided additional plan review services outside the scope of the local jurisdiction permit process including review of fire protection systems (fire alarm, sprinkler, chemical, smoke control, etc.). The experience gained as a regulatory authority, along with his on-going relationship with the Office of the State Fire Marshal and other state agencies, provides unique insight to their respective needs and the regulatory design/construction process.
8:309 a.m. Continental Breakfast, 9Noon Program
Morgan State University's
University Student Center, 2nd floor
Calvin & Tina Tyler Ballroom
Presented by the AIA Continuing Education Committee.
AIABaltimore is pleased to offer this seminar, in conjunction with Morgan State University's School of Architecture and Planning and event sponsors:
Koffel Associates, Fire Protection Engineers, and
ASSA ABLOY, Chesapeake
Morgan State University, University Student Center, 2nd floor (View)
1700 East Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21251