Enroll today to succeed tomorrow 39th Annual Wisconsin College of engineering Department of Commercial engineering professional Development Building Code Refresher Earn AIA credits (up to 21 LU, Health, Safety and Welfare) or 2.1 CEU February 15–17, 2010 Alliant Energy Center (Exhibition Hall) Madison, Wisconsin The Midwest’s largest forum bringing together architects, planners and engineers Gain in-depth knowledge of the Wisconsin Commercial Building Code Hear what’s being planned for the new WCBC scheduled for adoption in 2010 Co-sponsored by 39th Annual Wisconsin Commercial Building Code Refresher 39th Consecutive Year! Learn From Experts Preview the New Code to The 2010 version of the Wisconsin Each session features presentations be Adopted in 2010 Commercial Building Code Refresher by experts from either the Wisconsin A new Wisconsin Commercial Building marks the 39th consecutive year that Department of Commerce or the Code will be officially adopted in 2010. the University of Wisconsin–Madison International Code Council. This is Attend the Code Refresher to hear first- has teamed with the Wisconsin your chance to hear presentations by hand from key representatives of the Department of Commerce to present this nationally recognized experts on the Wisconsin Department of Commerce. outstanding program. Since 1971, the International Building Code (IBC), the You will learn about the new proposed Code Refresher has provided current, International Mechanical Code (IMC), provisions, what may be changed and hands-on information to architects, the International Existing Building why. planners and engineers to help them Code (IEBC), the International Energy effectively understand and use the Conservation Code (IECC) and the Wisconsin Commercial Building Code International Fuel Gas Code (IFGC), as Two-Day Comprehensive: (WCBC). Started by Phil Bennett, the well as health care facilities. Navigating the WCBC Code Refresher has developed into an This two-day session provides you important forum for professionals from Who Should Attend with a comprehensive review of the different disciplines. WCBC, covering all the component The Code Refresher is designed for architects, planners, engineers and codes, Wisconsin administrative rules Flexible Program builders. It will provide the specifics of and amendments. The solutions to Each day you will be able to choose the Wisconsin Commercial Building many design problems can be found from any of three concurrent sessions. Code to those persons actively involved by referencing the appropriate codes. In addition, there will be a plenary in the design, construction, maintenance This comprehensive two-day overview session each morning at which leaders or inspection of buildings. provides you with an understanding of the Wisconsin Department of of regulatory tools and how they are applied so owners and designers can find Commerce, Division of Safety and Earn While You Learn! solutions quickly and effectively. Buildings will present the latest trends For each day you attend, you will earn 7 and developments in the Wisconsin AIA LU (Health, Safety and Welfare) or Commercial Building Code. .7 CEU. Attend all three days and earn 21 Course Materials LU (2.1 CEU). Each day, course attendees will receive Get Your Questions a notebook with printed copies of the Answered PowerPoint presentations for each Save on Enrollment! session, enabling attendees to follow the Representatives from the Wisconsin Attend for multiple days or enroll discussions and take notes. Attendees Department of Commerce and the multiple persons from the same firm or will also receive additional reference International Code Council will be agency and save on the enrollment fee. materials. We will not, however, provide available throughout the Refresher to copies of the 2006 IBC codebook. You You can choose to attend any one, two or answer your questions. You will have may wish to bring your own copy to the all three days. See the enrollment form many opportunities to get your questions course. They will not be readily available for details. Multiple attendees from the answered regarding the interpretation for purchase on-site. same firm or agency are eligible for a and application of the Wisconsin discount. For information on the multiple Commercial Building Code. attendee discount, contact Howard Rosen, program director, at rosen@engr. wisc.edu (or call him at 800-462-0876). Enroll online today! epd.engr.wisc.edu/webL036 39th Annual Wisconsin Commercial Building Code Refresher Schedule Session C: Navigating the Wisconsin • Combustion and vent sizing Commercial Building Code requirements per the IFGC Monday, February 15 Henry Kosarzycki, Jim Smith • Gas piping and installation per the 7:00 Registration and Continental IFGC • Understanding the structure of the Breakfast WCBC Session E: Fire-Resistive, Fire Alliant Energy Center (Exhibition Hall) • Applying the WCBC regulations to: Prevention 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way – International Building Code (IBC) Terrell Stripling Madison, Wisconsin – International Existing Building • Wall assemblies: types, separation Code (IEBC) and fire rating 8:15 Opening General Session – International Energy Conservation • Opening protection Gregory C. Jones, Administrator Code (IECC) • Smoke assemblies Division of Safety and Buildings – International Mechanical Code • Penetrations Wisconsin Department of Commerce (IMC) • Automatic sprinklers – International Fuel Gas Code (IFGC) • Standpipes Richard Leinenkugel, Secretary Note: This session continues on Tuesday • Fire alarms Wisconsin Department of Commerce as Session F. • Smoke control 9:15-5:00 Concurrent Sessions 5:00 Daily Adjournment Session F: Navigating the Wisconsin A, B, and C Tuesday, February 16 Commercial Building Code NOTE: Concurrent sessions go from 9:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., with lunch and Henry Kosarzycki, Jim Smith 7:00 Registration and Continental morning and afternoon refreshment Breakfast • Solving design problems by breaks included. Attendees are Alliant Energy Center (Exhibition Hall) referencing the appropriate codes welcome to move from one session to • Expedited review and permitting 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way another at any time. • Finding answers to design problems Madison, Wisconsin • Recognizing design options Session A: Egress and Accessibility 8:15 Opening General Session Note: This is a continuation of Monday’s Jay Woodward Current Initiatives and Future Trends Session C. • Occupant load • Egress width Gregory C. Jones, Administrator 5:00 Daily Adjournment • Stairways, corridors Division of Safety and Buildings • Exit number, enclosures Wednesday, February 17 Wisconsin Department of Commerce • Accessible means of egress 7:00 Registration and Continental 9:15-5:00 Concurrent Sessions • Scoping requirements Breakfast D, E, and F • Accessible entrances Alliant Energy Center (Exhibition Hall) NOTE: Concurrent sessions go from • Dwelling, sleeping units 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way 9:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., with lunch and Session B: Health Care Facilities morning and afternoon refreshment Madison, Wisconsin Jon Cechvala, David Soens, Bill Lauzon, breaks included. Attendees are 8:00 Opening General Session Wade Rudolph welcome to move from one session to Preview of the Proposed New • Plan review processing another at any time. Wisconsin Commercial Building Code • Organizational updates Session D: Changes in the Jim Smith, Program Manager – Relationship enhancement Wisconsin IECC – WHEA Division of Safety and Buildings John Spalding, Randy Dahmen – WHEA Code Committee Wisconsin Department of Commerce • Survey processing • Residential building envelope requirements and use of REScheck 9:15 Concurrent Sessions • IBC 2009 code update G, H, and I • DQA Web site advancements • Commercial building envelope requirements and use of COMcheck NOTE: Concurrent sessions go from • Code monopoly – updated tool box 9:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., with lunch and codes • Commercial lighting efficiency provisions morning and afternoon refreshment • Lighting plan submittal procedures breaks included. Attendees are • HVAC equipment efficiencies welcome to move from one session to • HVAC controls another at any time. Enroll online today! epd.engr.wisc.edu/webL036 Session G: New Structural Provisions: Changes in the IBC John Henry, Laurence (Larry) Swaziek At a Glance… • Loads: dead, live, snow, seismic and Monday, February 15 wind • Structural test and special Egress and Accessibility inspections This session, covering all the key parts of the Code that address egress and • Foundations accessibility concerns, will be presented by Jay Woodward, a nationally recognized authority on these topics. • Masonry, steel and wood Session H: Existing Buildings Health Care Facilities Current and former representatives from the Wisconsin Department of Health Jim Smith Services will present the latest information you need to navigate the plan review • Prescriptive compliance methods for process for health care facilities. evaluation • Application of Level I, II, and III Navigating the Wisconsin Commercial Building Code alterations Henry Kosarzycki and Jim Smith will provide a comprehensive review of all the • Applying IEBC to historic buildings component codes in the WCBC, including the IBC, IEBC, IECC, IMC and the IFGC. • Fire-resistive construction Tuesday, February 16 • Wisconsin modifications to the IEBC Changes in the Wisconsin IECC Session I: Mechanical Provisions You need to know about changes in the residential provisions and the John Spalding, Randy Dahmen commercial building envelope of the IECC. John Spalding and Randy Dahmen of • Changes in the 2006 Wisconsin IMC the Division of Safety and Buildings, Wisconsin Department of Commerce, will • Kitchen hood requirements cover these changes and answer your questions. • Dampers and shafts Fire-Resistive, Fire Prevention • Ventilation standards Hear a detailed and thorough presentation by Terrell Stripling, a nationally • Answering FAQ about the IMC recognized expert in fire protection and an instructor for the International Code 5:00 Final Adjournment Council. Navigating the Wisconsin Commercial Building Code (Continued) Henry Kosarzycki and Jim Smith will provide a comprehensive review of all the component codes in the WCBC, including the IBC, IEBC, IECC, IMC and the IFGC. Save on Team Wednesday, February 17 Enrollments! Structural Provisions Enroll two persons from the same firm This session will provide you with a solid review and update of the structural and get a third registration at HALF provisions of the code. It is taught by John Henry, the principal staff engineer for PRICE for the same number of days as the International Code Council, in charge of developing the technical resources the first two. for the structural provisions of the code, with Laurence (Larry) Swaziek, Division of Safety and Buildings, Wisconsin Department of Commerce, available to answer Enroll four persons from the same questions. firm and get a fifth registration FREE for the same number of days as the first Existing Buildings four. Jim Smith of the Division of Safety and Buildings, Wisconsin Department of Commerce, will cover in detail the provisions of the Wisconsin modifications of To take advantage of these discounts, the International Existing Building Code (IEBC). you need to contact Howard Rosen, program director, at 800-462-0876, or Mechanical Provisions e-mail email@example.com BEFORE John Spalding and Randy Dahmen of the Division of Safety and Buildings, you enroll. Wisconsin Department of Commerce, will present a detailed review of the key mechanical provisions in the WCBC. 39th Annual Wisconsin Commercial Building Code Refresher Speakers Jon F. Cechvala, Architect, Eppstein Henry Kosarzycki AIA, Architect, Wade Rudolph, Director of Plant Uhen Architects. For more than 24 Health Care Surveyor, Wisconsin Operations, Sacred Heart Hospital, Eau years, Jon was a staff architect and Life Department of Health Services. Henry Claire, Wisconsin. Wade has served Safety Code engineer for the Hospitals previously served as program manager, as chair of the Code and Standards and Health Services Section, Bureau of Division of Safety and Buildings, Committee of the Wisconsin Healthcare Quality Assurance, State of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Department of Commerce, Engineers Association. He has an Division of Health and Family Services. providing code training throughout extensive background in healthcare At Eppstein Uhen Architects, he assists Wisconsin. Before joining the State, he administration and biomedical clients with the design and construction worked for a construction company in electronics. He is recipient of the 2007 coordination of health care facilities the design-build industry and as a plan ASHE Region 6 Leader Award. in Wisconsin. Jon served on the 2001 reviewer for the City of Milwaukee. A James B. Smith PE, Program Manager, and 2006 AIA code committee that member of the International Building Commercial Building Program, Safety publishes the Guidelines for Design and Code Council and former chair of the and Buildings Division, Wisconsin Construction of Hospitals and Medical AIA National Codes and Standards Department of Commerce. Jim worked Facilities. Committee, he also represents the AIA with a consulting engineering firm, Randall R. Dahmen PE, on the International Green Construction a general contractor, and the federal Advanced HVAC Plan Reviewer, Safety Code administrative and building government before joining the State. and Buildings Division, Wisconsin performance workgroup. Henry is He has been an active participant in the Department of Commerce. A Wisconsin secretary/treasurer of the AIA-Wisconsin process of adopting, implementing and registered professional engineer as well executive board. updating the model codes used as the as licensed commercial building and Bill Lauzon PE, Healthcare Consultant, Wisconsin Commercial Building Code. UDC HVAC inspector, Randy has been Lead Engineer, Division of Quality He has been a member of several ICC employed by the Division since 1995. Assurance, State of Wisconsin. Bill works code development committees. Prior to that he was a private sector toward a process of consistent code David Soens PE, AIA, Program Director, project engineer involved in the design, interpretations as he provides training University of Wisconsin–Madison, fabrication, testing, field installation, to the 10 hospital and long-term care Department of Engineering Professional and troubleshooting of various types engineers who perform plan reviews Development. Dave is an architect and a of HVAC equipment. He was a finalist and inspections and healthcare surveys licensed professional engineer. He is an for the U.S. Department of Energy’s of facilities. Previously, Bill worked for active member of the NFPA Health Care Jeffrey Johnson Award for his energy the state for three years as a healthcare Code Committee, AIA 2010 Guidelines conservation efforts. inspector of hospitals, nursing homes, Committee and ASHE. His previous John R. Henry PE, Principal Staff and CBRFs. Prior to that, he worked work includes serving as the Wisconsin Engineer, International Code for 20 years as the facility construction Department of Health fire code authority, Council (ICC), Business and Product and maintenance director for All Saints ensuring health care facility compliance Development Department. John Healthcare in Racine and St. Catherine’s with federal, state, and local regulations. has responsibility for research and Hospital in Kenosha. Dave has 20 years of experience with development of technical resources commercial facility construction. pertaining to the structural engineering provisions of the code. He has a broad range of experience that includes structural design in private practice, plan check engineering with consulting firms and building department jurisdictions, and more than 11 years as an ICC staff engineer. John is the author of numerous books and articles covering the structural provisions of the IBC, and he is an ICC Certified Plans Examiner. Enroll online today! epd.engr.wisc.edu/webL036 John A. Spalding, Section Chief, La Crosse/Hayward Office, Safety Upcoming Courses of Interest and Buildings Division, Wisconsin (all offered in Madison, Wisconsin) Department of Commerce. John is also the matrix chief for the Energy Conservation, HVAC and Fuel Gas Water Entry Prevention and Moisture Commissioning Process for LEED Projects chapters of the Wisconsin Commercial Control in Buildings—Exterior Walls April 15–16, 2010, Course #K996 Building Code. He works with a team and Roofing Systems Understanding Building Mechanical of professionals to provide statewide March 1–2, 2010, Course #L423 Systems clarification and consistency to these Below-Grade and Plaza Deck April 19–20, 2010, Course #L158 areas of the code. Prior to joining the Waterproofing and Moisture Control Introduction to the 2009 International State, John was a practicing architect with March 3–4, 2010, Course #L424 Building Code emphasis on integrating building, HVAC and lighting systems. Cross Connection Control and Backflow April 26–27, 2010, Course #L123 Prevention Structural Provisions of the 2009 Laurence (Larry) Swaziek PE, Program March 22–26, 2010, Course #L022 International Building Code Manager, Safety and Buildings Division, Wisconsin Department of Commerce. Plumbing System Design April 28–29, 2010, Course #L122 Larry manages the one- and two-family March 22–26, 2010, Course #L141 Mechanical System Design for Green dwelling, manufactured home, elevator Laboratory Building Systems Buildings and structural systems programs as April 12–14, 2010, Course #L142 Spring 2010 they relate to code development, fiscal Fundamentals of Lighting Efficiency Energy Modeling for High-Performance budgeting, plan review, inspection and (online) Buildings credentialing. April 14–May 19, 2010, Course #L055 Spring 2010 Terrell Stripling, ICC Instructor. Repair of Concrete Leading the Commissioning Process: Step- Terrell has 20 years of fire service April 14–16, 2010, Course #L425 by-Step Strategies for New Construction experience and has also worked in the National Electrical Code Projects construction industry. He holds a degree April 14–16, 2010, Course #K833 June 7–11, 2010, Course #L254 from Oklahoma State University in fire protection and safety engineering Commissioning Process for Delivering Design of Geothermal Systems technology. His teaching combines Quality Constructed Projects October 4–7, 2010, Course #L146 his experience in fire prevention and April 12–14, 2010, Course #K632 For information on these and other code management with an ability to courses: Commissioning Process for Existing communicate a proactive philosophy. Buildings Visit epd.engr.wisc.edu/coursecategories Terrell utilizes the theory of the codes April 15–16, 2010, Course #L339 Call 800-462-0876 along with examples of hands-on, practical applications to demonstrate E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org how to design better buildings and safer communities. Jay Woodward, Senior Staff Architect, Courses for Design Professionals International Code Council (ICC), The University of Wisconsin–Madison, Department of Engineering Professional Codes and Standards Department. Jay’s Development offers a variety of short courses of interest to design professionals. These more than 20 years of experience in courses cover such topic areas as: building design, construction and code • Architectural Planning and Design • High Performance and Green enforcement provide him with the unique Buildings • Building Codes, Inspection, Planning ability to communicate effectively on and Zoning • HVAC Building Systems issues of code application and design for code enforcement personnel, architects • Building Commissioning • Plumbing and Fire Protection Building and designers. He is a recognized • Building Construction Systems authority on the means of egress and fire • Electrical Building Systems and Codes • Structural and Foundation Engineering and life safety aspects of the International For more information: • Facility Operation and Maintenance Building Code. epd.engr.wisc.edu/coursecategories 39th Annual Wisconsin Commercial Building Code Refresher Lodging Information Course Site Clarion Suites Madison The Alliant Energy Center (Exhibition 2110 Rimrock Road Hall) is located on the southern edge of (connected to the Exhibition Hall at Alliant Energy Center) Madison, just off the Beltline Highway $70/single, $80/double (state employee), $89/single (non-state employee) (Hwy 12 and 18), on John Nolen Drive. Call 608-284-1234 by January 14 and mention Wisconsin Building Code Refresher From the NORTH on I-90/94…Where Sheraton Madison Hotel 90 and 94 split, stay on I-90 to Chicago 706 John Nolen Drive and Janesville. After 4 miles, take exit (across from Alliant Energy Center) 142A onto Hwy 12/18 (Beltline) west $99 single/double to Madison. After 5 miles, you’ll see Call 608-251-2300 by January 15 and mention WI Code Refresher the white dome roof of the Coliseum Holiday Inn Express building on your right; take the John 722 John Nolen Drive Nolen exit (Exit #263). (across from Alliant Energy Center) From the SOUTH on I-90…Exit 142A $90 single/double onto Hwy 12/18, proceed as above. Call 608-255-7400 by January 14 and mention Wisconsin Building Code Refresher From the EAST on I-94…At Madison, get onto I-90/94 to Janesville and Chicago, then proceed as above. From the WEST…Get onto the Beltline, Hwy 12/18 going east; exit at Rimrock Road (Exit #262). Enroll online today! epd.engr.wisc.edu/webL036 Four Easy Ways to Enroll ; Internet: http://epd.engr.wisc.edu/webL036 ( Phone: or 800-462-0876 7 Fax: or 800-442-4214 * Mail to: Registration Engineering 608-262-1299 (TDD 265-2370) 608-265-3448 The Pyle Center, Dept. 108 702 Langdon Street Madison, Wisconsin 53706 Course Information Need to Know More? 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