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California Green Building Standards Code (CALGreen),
Mandatory January 1st, 2011

California Code of Regulations: Title 24, Part 11

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In Collaboration with the
California Building Standards Commission and
the California Department of Housing and Community Development

These new mandatory measures of Title 24 address planning, design and building construction in the areas of site development; water efficiency and conservation; material conservation and resource efficiency including water resistance and moisture management; construction waste reduction,; building maintenance and operation; pollutant control; indoor and outdoor air quality; and environmental comfort.

The CALGreen Academy will offer multiple training sessions on what these new requirements are, how they are being implemented and how to comply with them. If you are an architect, engineer, building department staff, developer, contractor, consultant, instructor or are in any way engaged in design and construction, these classes are imperative in continuing your professional activities in the State of California.

Registration to any one of these workshops includes a 2-day pass to the Green CA Summit & Exposition’s keynote sessions and exhibit hall.


Understanding CALGreen

Monday, April 18th, 8:30am-12:00pm
This half-day seminar will provide an introduction and overview of the new building code requirements, compliance checklists and the new code’s enforcement. A panel of local building department staff will be on hand to answer questions about how local jurisdictions are implementing and enforcing the new requirements.

This seminar provides the following continuing education units (CEUs):

3 for 0.3 for 3 for

 


Mastering CALGreen: In-Depth Commercial Workshop

Monday, April 18th, 1:00pm-5:00pm
The CALGreen Commercial Workshop will provide an in-depth look at the commercial chapters of the new code that pertain to nonresidential construction, covering each section in detail with a focus on application and compliance. Each participant will review a commercial site plan, from planning and design to completion, detailing each aspect of code - and how to achieve them. Participants will also be trained on the new documentation requirements for the submission and approval of building plans.

CALGreen also mandates commissioning be required of all new nonresidential properties over 10,000 square feet, and this session will address the various steps of the commissioning process.

This workshop provides the following continuing education units (CEUs):

4 for 0.4 for

 


Mastering CALGreen: In-Depth Residential Workshop

Monday, April 18th, 1:00pm to 5:00pm
The CALGreen Residential Workshop will provide an in-depth look at the residential chapters of the new code, covering each section in detail with a focus on application and compliance. Each participant will review a residential new construction site plan, from planning and design to completion, detailing each aspect of code - and how to achieve them. Participants will also be trained on the new documentation requirements for the submission and approval of residential building plans.

This workshop provides the following continuing education units (CEUs):

4 for 0.4 for

 


If you have already attended an Understanding CALGreen seminar, then one of the in-depth workshops is for you. If you are entirely new to CALGreen, it is recommended you sign up for the full day of classes; which is the Understanding CALGreen seminar plus one of the afternoon in-depth workshops.

For questions, contact Tyler Graves at tgraves@green-technology.org or call 626-577-5700 x239.


 

 
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