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Accessibility: Quality Control: How to Achieve Commercial & Residential Compliance

 Export to Your Calendar 9/6/2017
When: Wednesday, September 6, 2017
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm (Registration begins at 12:30 pm)
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Center for Architecture and Design
14 E Peace Street
Raleigh, North Carolina  276025
United States
Contact: 919-463-0333


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Accessibility:

Quality Control and How to Achieve

Commercial & Residential Compliance

Wednesday, September 6, 2017 | 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm (Registration begins at 12:30 pm)

Credits: 4 HSW  

Cost:

Early Bird Savings:  $50 register by August 25th | $65 after August 25th

Program:

The program will review the most common items that are missed in design and construction resulting in violations of accessibility requirements from the federal agency that develops and enforces it. Participants will develop an understanding of what federal inspectors and attorneys will be focusing on in their inspections of residential (Fair Housing Act Accessibility Guidelines) and Commercial (2010 ADA Standards), as well as develop an understanding of what changes can be anticipated in state and federal accessibility requirements and when these changes will go into effect.

Learning Objectives:

1.  Upon completion of this program, participants will identify and develop an understanding of what serial plaintiff's are looking for in their drive-by inspections of commercial occupancy.

2.  Participants will determine the most common items that are missed in design and construction resulting in violations of accessibility requirements.

3.  Participants will discover how the Accessibility Requirements of Federal 2010 ADA Standards; The North Carolina Building code and its Accessibility Standard A117.1 2009 apply to their projects.

4.  Participants will further derive what changes that they can anticipate in the 2017 edition of the A117.1 standards.

Presented by:

Dominic Marinelli, Vice President, Accessibility Services

Dominic Marinelli has been with the United Spinal Association for 25 years. Mr. Marinelli provides continuing Education to members of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Society of American Registered Architects (SARA). He is a Contract Instructor for the International Codes Council (ICC) and an Adjunct Faculty Member at Pratt’s Center for Continuing & Professional Studies in New York City. Mr. Marinelli is a certified Accessibility Specialist/Plans Examiner by the International Code Council and serves on various committees including American National Standard Institute Residential Committee which he serves as Chair. He also represented United Spinal Association on the US Access Board’s Emergency Transportable Housing Advisory Committee. Mr. Marinelli holds a Master of Science from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He is certified in code enforcement by the New York State Department of State Codes Division and as an Accessibility Specialist/Plans Examiner by the International Codes Council (ICC).

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