(6 HSW) IECC 2009 – 2018 Significant Changes Four 1.5 hr Webinar Sessions
Time & Location
About the Event
Shirley Ellis, C.B.O. | Energy-Code Specialist, Energy Systems Laboratory - Ms. Ellis has been active in developing, enforcing, and promoting codes, and providing code training, for over 38 years in various municipalities, private companies, and institutions. She has been working for the Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL) at Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station, since 2004, as ESL’s Texas Emission Reduction Plan energy code expert, providing state-wide energy code technical support to the State, municipalities and councils of governments and to individuals in the building industry. She has also worked directly for US Greenfiber, the Austin Energy Green Building Program, and the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA), as an energy code expert, and as a building official/inspector at various cities in Texas.
Ms. Ellis is active in code development, currently she serves on the ICC Board of Directors. In that role she has served on various committees, including CEO Evaluation, Council Policy, By-laws, chaired of both the Resolution and the Awards Committees, Board Liaison to Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Region X, the Global Membership Council and Sustainability Membership Council. She has 20 years of experience as an ICC contract instructor and subject matter expert. Serving on several Boards and committees for various code organizations, beginning with a legacy organization - the Southern Building Code Congress (SBCCI), and continuing in the ICC, and ICC Chapters - the Building Officials Association of Texas (BOAT), the Bluebonnet Chapter, the Capital Area Building Officials Association, the Texas State Association of Plumbing Inspectors (TSAPI) and the Women In Code Enforcement and Development (WICED).
Ms. Ellis has lobbied building codes issues in Legislatures at the Federal and State level and delivered hundreds of trainings across the United States, in Jamaica and in China, to Building Officials, Inspectors, Builders, Developers, City Officials, Architects and Engineers in the areas of plan review, inspections, certification study skills, software use, and ordinance and code development.
In addition, Ms. Ellis has received several awards, among them the ICC Affiliate of the Year, 2006, the BOAT Industry Person of the Year, 2005 and the Austin Home Builder’s President’s Award, 2005.
DATE AND TIMES
Dates of training: June 16, 17, 23, and 24, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm Mountain Time
June 16 – Introduction, Scope and Administration, Definitions, General Requirements
June 17 – Commercial Provisions - Building Envelope (including Total Building Performance and Existing Buildings), Mechanical, and Service Water Heating
June 23 – Commercial Provisions - Lighting, Additional Efficiency Package Options, Maintenance and Commissioning
June 24 – Residential Provisions - THIS SESSION CAN BE REGISTERED FOR AS A STAND ALONE 1.5 HSW COURSE
1. Participants will be introduced to the Scope, Administration, Definitions, and General Requirements of changes in IECC 2018.
2. Participants will learn the newest Commercial Provisions in Building Envelope (including Total Building Performance and Existing Buildings), Mechanical, and Service Water Heating
3. participants will learn the newest Commercial Provisions in Lighting, Additional Efficiency Package Options, Maintenance and Commissioning
4. Participants will learn the newest residential provisions
5. Participants will learn how each sub-catergory is implemented in design and construction, what methods can be/are used for transitioning, and utilities and materials for communication, questions, and reference.
- Residential ONLY Member$15$150$0
- Residential ONLY NON-Member$30$300$0
- Residential ONLY Assoc.AIA/YAF$0$00$0