The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly.
Gain insight from a professional engineer licensed in 35 jurisdictions and with more than 30 years of experience investigating problem projects and providing expert testimony lifts the veil on the delegated design process to describe how it should work and how it can go awry.
Presented by: Kurt R. Hoigard, P.E., SECB, F.ASTM - Raths, Raths, & Johnson, Inc.
Location: East Bank Club, Chicago
Cost: Complimentary to CSI Chicago Members; Nonmembers $55 (includes dinner)
Registration: Due by January 15, 2019
Continuing Education: 1.0 AIA CES HSW/LU
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Learn what delegated design is and how it can be beneficial to the design/construction process.
Learn how building codes and code officials address, or in some cases don’t address, delegated design in the construction permit process.
Learn the responsibilities of the various parties when delegated design is used.
Learn pitfalls to avoid when incorporating delegated design into your projects.
Kurt Hoigard is a licensed Professional Engineer and Senior Principal at Raths, Raths & Johnson responsible for the leadership and project oversight of the firm's evaluations, investigations, and field and laboratory testing services. His career at RRJ spans 33 years specializing in the investigation and repair of distressed and deteriorated structures and the performance of building materials and systems. (See full resume.
CSI Chicago is a AIA CES Registered Provider (Provider Number S001).