2016 Code Updates:
CALGreen, Gray Water, Rain Water and the Model Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance (MWELO)
This new five-hour seminar from Green Technology can bring you up to date on the 2016 changes to California's mandatory green building code (CALGreen) as well as recent code developments relating to landscaping and water conservation. Now is the time to get your questions answered, before these changes become mandatory.
This is a five-hour course.
2016 California Green Building Standards Code (CALGreen)
This portion of the course is designed for those involved with compliance and enforcement of the 2016 California Green Building Standards Code (CALGreen). It will explore challenges and issues faced by inspectors, plans examiners, contractors and design professionals concerning construction, inspection, documentation and compliance. Part One will address supplements that went into effect on July 1, 2015 and changes that will go into effect January 1, 2017. Strategies for compliance will also be discussed. Including both residential and non-residential requirements of the 2016 California Green Building Standards Code (CALGreen).
Gray Water, Rain Water and Model Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance (MWELO)
This portion of the course will cover the California Plumbing Code chapters addressing the reduction of potable water use by utilizing alternate sources such as gray water and rain catchment. It will address and explain 2016 code changes that will affect design, plan review, construction, inspection and documentation. Part Two will cover system design, allowable uses, water quality requirements, protection of potable water systems, materials and methods. The primary focus of this half of the class will be code requirements and how they relate to these non-potable water systems. It will also cover DWR’s Model Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance (MWELO).
No seminars are scheduled at this time. If you would like to find out about bringing this training to your company or city, contact Star Olea at 626-577-5700.
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Greg Mahoney has been
working in building code enforcement for over 25 years. He
is currently serving as the Chief Building Official for the
City of Davis. He is a member of the ICC Consensus
Committee developing the ICC 1000 Standard for
Commissioning. He is chair of CALBO's Energy Commission Advisory Committee and is the local government representative on the Green Building Advisory Committee for the California Building Standards Commission.
He has developed curriculum and taught Building Inspection
Technology and Green Building at Cosumnes River College for
ten years. Greg is also an instructor for ICC, teaching
courses on the IRC and CALGreen.In addition to being a Certified Combination Inspector and
Plans Examiner, he is a Certified Building Official,
Certified Access Specialist, LEED Accredited Professional,
BPI Building Analyst, and a Certified HERS Rater.
Green Technology is an ICC Preferred Provider and a AIA Provider. This session offers .5 ICC CEUs and 5 AIA HSW CEUs.
Sessions will also offer Build it Green CEUs (one
credit per hour) and Construction Management Association
of America renewal points (one per hour).
All registrants will receive a
certificate of participation.