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Whether moving up or starting your own firm, it's important to learn critical skills and new ways of thinking from leaders and business professionals. This series, Mastering the Business of Architecture, will provide in-depth exposure to topics important to practitioners. This series is geared toward emerging and emerged leaders and intended to fill an important gap in the practical, distilled and advanced knowledge available to small and mid-sized practitioners.
Most architects are familiar with Ohio Building Code - Chapter 34 Existing Buildings but few are expert at the nuances and means to actually use the Alternative Compliance Methods of 3407. This course will provide a deep dive into the details of how to actually accomplish this. Detailed explanations and case histories will illuminate the techniques and give you the confidence to make this a useful part of any existing building project. Participants will receive a free special spreadsheet to use in their offices.
October 26, 2018
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
$10 | Associate AIA Members
$20 | AIA and Affiliate Members
$40 | Non-member guests
Speaker: Terry Welker, FAIA
Terry Welker, FAIA, is the Chief Building Official for the City of Kettering. As an Ohio Master Plans examiner and frequent lecturer on building code issues, Terry helps architects create new strategies for code compliance and successful architectural projects. He also has a keen appreciation for architects' aesthetic goals on projects and creates large scale public art to create meaningful places.