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The Small Firm Exchange, an AIA Member Group invites you to attend a free webinar on Thursday, August 23 at 2pm Eastern.US State and Local Building Codes: How to tackle compliance challengesSociety demands for safe, secure, healthy, energy efficient, accessible, functional, sustainable, high-performance buildings within a budget and timeline. The U.S. Codes & Standards development process is a reflection of American values. Free from centralized government control but strengthened through essential governmental participation. Codes & Standards are developed scientifically, and support the needs of our society extremely well. But because we have such a large country, local variations make the codes complex and difficult to digest, understand and comply. As architects we are responsible satisfying the society's high demands while complying with enforced codes and standards. In this session we will be describing the challenges and search for the solutions, with the focus on small architectural firms.Speakers: Pelin Atasoy, AIA, CEO Compu-tecture - MADCAD.comLearn more and earn 1 LU|HSW.
Douglas and all,I am sorry, I agree with Aric. That was the worse webinar I have ever attended, by far. If there was a vetting process to review this, it failed. I will leave at that, but would be happy to to share my thoughts off line if it would be helpful.Peace,
Agreed. Technical difficulties first, then a prolonged sales pitch.
Rob Sanders AIA
Rob Sanders Architects LLC
436 Danbury Road
P O Box 132
Wilton, CT 06897