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Lunch and Learn: IBC 2015 - Addressing Special Inspections Code Compliance

Lunch and Learn Sponsored by Froehling & Robertson IBC 2015 Addressing Special Inspections Code Compliance

When: Tuesday, May 14, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm (Lunch begins at 11:30 am)
Where: Center for Architecture and Design
14 E. Peace Street
Raleigh, North Carolina  27604
United States
Contact: Christine Stetkiewicz

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IBC 2015 Addressing Special Code Compliance

May 14 | 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm (Lunch begins at 11:30 am)

Center for Architecture and Design 

14 E. Peace Street | Raleigh

I HSW Credit



IBC 2015, Chapter 35 lists hundreds of "reference standards" and codes that are used to regulate construction materials and methods of construction. Compliance with the various referenced standards is necessary to accomplish compliance with the IBC code.



1.  To discuss IBC 2015, Chapter 17 "Special Inspections" required by IBC 2015, Chapter 17 as well as the major code changes in the transition form IBC 2012 to IBC 2015.

2.  To explore some of the primary ASTM, AISC, AWS and ACI Standards that comprise the basic code structure used to enforce the IBC 2015 code.

3.  To address, specifically, the major building code changes in the metals reference standard AISC 360-10, Chapter N and the impact on the duties and responsibilities of the structural steel special inspector.

4.  To discuss the new IBC 2015 reference standards for concrete and masonry wich are ACI 318-2014 (concrete code) and TMS 402-13 (masonry code) and TMS 602-13 (masonry specifications)



Alan Tuck, Executive Director of Code Compliance and Training

Alan Tuck is THE foremost expert on IBC as it relates to special inspections in the mid-Atlantic. This may seem a provocative statement, but only if you have not attended one of his presentations and benefited from Alan's enthusiastic discourse on topics of code. Heck, Alan practically WROTE the code. His research, experience and subsequent work became the foundation of codes developed. Not only that, Alan has walked the talk. He is knowledgeable because he has the hands-on work experience to make it so. Over FIVE decades of it. Known all over Virginia and beyond - awarded and honored time and time again by more trade associations than we can name, Alan Tuck has assisted A/E professionals of all ages and stripes with better understanding how the code relates to what they do everyday.

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