March 29, 2012
Wednesday, May 30, 2012 OR Thursday, May 31, 2012
Two locations, one great course – based on requests from the membership AIA-NJ is hosting an IRC Code Seminar.
The seminar will familiarize attendees with many of the important changes in the 2009 IRC and those changes made by the State of New Jersey to the IRC; and explain the reasons behind the change.
This all day seminar will feature Jack Boekhout. Mr. Boekhout’s primary business is to provide consultation on Building Codes and Accessibility Codes for Architects, Engineer’s, Contractors, Code Officials and Attorneys. From April 1989 to June 2006, he was the Building Subcode Official for Township of South Brunswick NJ.
From 1989 to present, he also has served as an instructor of various seminars for the re-licensing of code officials through Rutgers University and the NJ Department of Community Affairs. He has also presented several seminars to PFS Corporation for in-plant certification as well as to staff of largebuilding contractors and design firms for in-service training.
Join us in either Secaucus (May 31) or Jamesburg/Monroe Township (May 30).
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