CSI Practice Session:
CSI Learning Level:
Secondary: Construction Project Team Members
David Stutzman and Louis Medcalf
Stud framing products have been quietly changing over the years
and the code is changing too. If you are specifying gage,
referencing ASTM standards, and not allowing EQ studs, then you are
behind the times and will not be code compliant. Join Louis and
Dave to learn about the latest developments, what the IBC 2018
requires, and what you may need to be current.
1.0 CSI PDH Credit (self reported)
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