Registration is now closed.The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry anticipates it will adopt the 2012 International Code Council construction model codes and Minnesota-specific amendments in January 2015. AIA Minnesota is working with the State Construction Codes and Licensing Division to schedule continuing education classes that are specifically intended for architects.
A 3-hour seminar on the new International Residential Code and Minnesota amendments has been scheduled for September 26 both as a face-to-face presentation in St. Paul as well as webinar in Duluth. The site in Rochester has been canceled due to low registration numbers. The course will review Minnesota Rules, chapter 1309 and provide background information and explanations focusing on amendments for the 2012 IRC. Plan to attend!
Schedule and location
Friday, September 26
8:30 am – 11:30 am
University of Minnesota, Continuing Education & Conference Center
1890 Buford Avenue, Room 135, Upper Level, St. Paul, MN 55108
Duluth location – LHB
21 W. Superior Street, #500, Duluth, MN 55802
The ROCHESTER location has been CANCELED.
This program meets the AIA/CES criteria and pending approval, qualifies for 2.75 HSW LU Hours.
Richard Lockrem is a Building Code Representative at the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry, Construction Codes and Licensing Division. He has worked in the Plan Review Section and currently in the Education, Rules and Code Development Section. Richard has been involved in the 2006 and 2012 International Residential Code adoptions, provides technical assistance on the code content to shareholders, and participates in the development and presentation of educational seminars when available. Before joining the Construction Codes and Licensing Division in 2002, Richard spent the previous seventeen years working in code enforcement for an east metro jurisdiction. Prior to entering into code enforcement, Richard worked as a project manager for metro glass and glazing company and a commercial developer in Iowa.