Everyone knows that building plans must be submitted to local authorities for approval. But what REALLY matters to those who actually do the review? Get an insider's look at what it takes to provide the proper content. This is a MUST attend event for design and construction professionals, especially those who are tasked with doing the initial code analysis. C. Scott Anderson, Architect and Plan Reviewer for the City of Minneapolis, will explain what happens during a code review and how it is used by Authorities Having Jurisdiction AHJ's to determine compliance.
This course has been submitted to AIA CES for 1.5 HSW credits, pending final approval.
10:30 AM - 11 AM -- Registration
11 AM - 11:30 AM -- Networking time with students
11:30 AM - 12 PM -- Chapter meeting and Buffet Lunch
12 PM - 1:30 PM -- Presentation by C. Scott Anderson and questions
Scott Anderson, AIA, is the building plan review supervisor for the City of Minneapolis. First licensed as an architect in California in 1989, he has been involved in a wide variety of projects in several states, including schools and universities, government facilities, churches, apartment buildings, restaurants, and car dealerships. Scott’s long-time interest in code development and compliance led him to join the City of Minneapolis as a plans examiner in 2012. Scott is a licensed architect, ICC Certified Plans Examiner, ICC + Minnesota Certified Building Official. He also serves on the ICC Code interpretation committee and is the AIA’s representative to the Governor’s Council on Fire Prevention and Control.
This presentation will be in the Dunwoody University lunch room, and lunch will be provided.