This presentation will describe the requirements for special inspections that are now a part of the 2012 International Building Code. Although firestopping is nothing new, the inspection component is new for a number of building categories. This program will outline the types of buildings that will require inspections and the types of materials that can be used for firestopping. Attending this program will provide you with information that will help you properly prepare the project specifications, and enable you to clearly understand the level of work to be included in the owner’s project budget.
- Identify the types of buildings that now require firestopping
- Explain the various firestopping conditions and the types of materials that can be used
- Describe the process of special inspections and how the reporting and marking of the ASTM standards for firestopping inspections are completed
- Identify the various types of components and assemblies used in firestopping
Date, time, location
Thursday, March 23
8:30 am to 10:00 am
International Market Square, Suite 561
(St. Catherine’s studio space on the fifth floor)
275 Market Street, Minneapolis 55405
Includes handout and continental breakfast
AIA Members $40
1.5 HSW LU Hours
Steve Flaten, AIA, is a principal at Braun Intertec, a local independent testing and consulting firm. Steve has been an instructor for AIA Minnesota numerous times, covering a wide range of topics, and always presenting information that can be immediately used.
Contact Deanna Christiansen, Continuing Education Director