Pipe Trades Training Center 780 Commercial Street San Jose, CA 95112
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Come and learn about what you need to know about the green building codes in Silicon Valley in 2012. And get 3 AIA & GBCI continuing education credits in a feature-packed fast-paced workshop.
CALGreen - Part 11 of Title 24 * The first state-wide mandatory green building code in the nation
Understand what is required and the stumbling blocks since implementation January 1, 2011.
Know what significant changes, effective July 1, 2012, impact non-residential retrofits, alterations and additions.
Be able to define how LEED and CALGreen conflict or do not overlap
Summary of local green code ordinances that go beyond CALGreen for Silicon Valley and Alameda County
Summary Index of CALGreen Resources for Free Reference Guides and Worksheets
LEED Users Companion Guide for CALGreen
See a case study project on where CALGreen fits into your project workflow
Ron Fong is a licensed P.E. and LEED A.P., and a frequent presenter on CALGreen and LEED. He has presented on the subjects of green buildings, rating systems, and CALGreen to Chapters of the International Code Council, Built It Green, USGBC-NCC, Microdesk, West Coast Green, ASHRAE, as well as conducting local architectural in-house CALGreen seminars. Ron's experience of standing on the correct side of the counter dealing with code officials and inspectors for the last 30 years representing the owner on public projects ranging from offices to theaters to airports to fire stations to community centers enriches his perspective. Fong is a graduate of the University of California Berkeley and active in the USGBC Silicon Valley Branch.
Eugene Ely has practiced architecture in the Bay Area for 27 years, most recently with HMC Architects in their San Jose office, focusing on K-12 Schools and Higher Education. His work has received AIA design awards from the Santa Clara Valley Chapter, the California Chapter, and the Orlando, Florida chapter of the AIA. Prior to pursuing a career in architecture, he was a planner focusing on environmentally based land use planning in the coastal region of southern New Jersey. His activities with the chapter over the years have included being on the Design Awards Committee, editing Tracings, the chapter newsletter, and he currently serves as the Chairman of the chapter’s COTE committee.