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  • Building Officials61 st ANNUAL INSTITU TE FOR

    cce.umn.edu/buildingofficials

    9 ICC- and 7 AIA-approved courses

    January 419, 2017Continuing Education and Conference Center

    University of Minnesota, Saint Paul Campus

    Architects Building Electrical Elevator Engineers Fire Housing Manufactured Home Installers

    Mechanical Permit Technicians Plumbing Residential Building Contractors

  • Continuing Education CreditThe University of Minnesota has applied for State of Minnesota continuing education credit for all sessions at this years Institute. Check the conference website for complete continuing education credit information and for approval status for each presentationcce.umn.edu/buildingofficials.

    Fees and RegistrationThe early daily fee for the Institute is $110 per day for registrations received by December 12, 2016, and $130 per day for registrations received after December 12. (Please note that a few specialty classes may have a higher registration fee.) The daily registration fee includes instruction, handout materials, parking, continental breakfast, lunch, and breaks. If you need to cancel your registration, a refund, minus $30 cancellation fee, will be issued if you provide written notice by December 12, 2016. Cancellations after this date will be ineligible for a refund. Register by December 12, 2016, to take advantage of the early registration fee.

    Accommodations A block of rooms has been reserved at the Radisson Hotel Roseville, 2540 North Cleveland Avenue, Roseville, MN. Please call the hotel directly at 800-333-3333 or 651-636-4567 to make your room reservation. Be sure to mention that you are attending the Building Officials Institute to receive the special rate of $89 per night. Reservations must be made by December 19, 2016, to receive the special room rate. Reservations received after December 19 will be taken on a space and rate available basis. The Radisson Hotel Roseville has limited free shuttle service to and from the Continuing Education and Conference Center. Please notify the desk when you check in that you will need the shuttle service.

    Location and ParkingThe Institute will be held at the Continuing Education and Conference Center, 1890 Buford Avenue, University of Minnesota, Saint Paul campus, 612-624-3275.cce.umn.edu/conferencecenter Parking is included in the daily registration fee and is available in the Continuing Education and Conference Center lot (S-104). When you arrive at the parking lot, you must identify yourself as an attendee of the Building Officials Institute to be admitted.

    Registration Questions:612-625-2900 or cceinfo@umn.edu

    Program Questions:Maddie Grover 612-624-4938 or cceconf5@umn.edu

    Annual Chapter MeetingsIAEI Annual Meeting Wednesday, January 4, 2017, 4:005:00 p.m.CEIA Business Meeting Wednesday, January 4, 2017, 5:005:45 p.m.MAPMO Meeting Tuesday, January 10, 2017, 11:15 a.m.12:15 p.m.MAHCO Meeting Thursday, January 12, 2017, 11:15 a.m.12:15 p.m.

    61 st ANNUAL INSTITU TE FORBuilding Officials

    Check the Institute website for additional information including continuing education credit status, online registration, program schedule, and presentation descriptions.

    cce.umn.edu/buildingofficials

    Program Session Dates

    Electrical January 45, 2017 WednesdayThursday

    Plumbing January 45, 2017 WednesdayThursday

    Building January 913, 2017 MondayFridayPermit Technicians

    January 910, 2017 MondayTuesday

    Mechanical January 911, 2017 MondayWednesday

    Fire January 1213, 2017 ThursdayFriday

    Housing January 1213, 2017 ThursdayFriday

    Elevator January 1819, 2017 WednesdayThursday

    http://www.cce.umn.edu/conferencecentermailto:cceinfo@umn.edumailto:cceconf5@umn.edu

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    61 st ANNUAL INSTITU TE FORBuilding OfficialsProgram Schedule

    Wednesday, January 4, 2017 Thursday, January 5, 2017

    ELECTRICAL7:308:00 Registration Registration

    8:009:45 Significant Changes to the 2017 NECKeith Lofland, International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI); Michael Johnston, National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA)

    Equipment Short-Circuit Current Ratings SCCR/UL508ADan Neeser, Eaton Bussmann

    9:4510:00 Break Break

    10:0011:45 Significant Changes to the 2017 NEC(Continued)

    Branch Circuit: Basics and BeyondChristine Porter, Intertek Testing Services

    11:4512:30 Lunch Lunch

    12:302:15 Significant Changes to the 2017 NEC(Continued)

    Short-Circuit Calculations & Code ConsiderationsDan Neeser, Eaton Bussmann

    2:152:30 Break Break

    2:304:00 Significant Changes to the 2017 NEC(Continued)

    NFPA 790 & 791: Field EvaluationsChristine Porter, Intertek Testing Services

    4:00 Adjourn Adjourn

    4:005:00 IAEI Business Meeting

    5:005:45 CEIA Meeting

    Wednesday, January 4, 2017 Thursday, January 5, 2017

    PLUMBING Plumbing attendees should bring the new plumbing code book to both days of Plumbing Sessions.

    Code books will not be provided or available for purchase.

    7:308:00 Registration Registration

    8:009:45 2015 Minnesota Plumbing Code Drain, Waste, and Vent Dan Rademacher, International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO)

    2015 Minnesota Plumbing Code Water Pipe Sizing Dan Rademacher, International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO)

    9:4510:00 Break Break

    10:0011:45 2015 Minnesota Plumbing Code Drain, Waste, and Vent (Continued)

    2015 Minnesota Plumbing Code Water Pipe Sizing (Continued)

    11:4512:30 Lunch Lunch

    12:302:15 2015 Minnesota Plumbing Code Drain, Waste, and Vent (Continued)

    Backflow Prevention and Cross Connection Control Rich Davison, Solderholm & Associates

    2:152:30 Break Break

    2:304:00 2015 Minnesota Plumbing Code Drain, Waste, and Vent (Continued)

    Backflow Prevention and Cross Connection Control (Continued)

    4:00 Adjourn Adjourn

    January 419, 2017

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    Monday, January 9, 2017

    7:158:00 Registration

    BUILDING PERMIT TECHNICIANS MECHANICAL

    8:009:30 Best Practices, Residential Plans, Review & InspectionsRon Euteneuer, Great Northern Environmental Solutions; Steve Noble, Noble Custom Homes Inc; Steve Jaschke, ProBuild

    Deck Connection Seminar Curt Johnson, Simpson Strong-Tie

    ICC/AIA- Approved Course

    The Building Permit Technician: Role and Responsibility in the Construction Code IndustryMatt Simoneau, University of Wisconsin-Stout

    ICC/AIA- Approved Course

    2012 IBC Mixed OccupanciesDoug Thornburg, International Code Council

    Inspector SkillsSteve Van Note, International Code Council

    9:309:45 Break

    9:4511:15 Best Practices, Residential Plans, Review & Inspections(Continued)

    Deck Connection Seminar (Continued)

    2012 IBC Mixed Occupancies(Continued)

    Location, Location, LocationWhy It Matters and How to Authorize ItTim Gladhill, City of Ramsey

    Inspector Skills(Continued)

    11:1512:15 Lunch

    12:151:45 Best Practices, Residential Plans, Review & Inspections(Continued)

    2012 IRC Wall Bracing Curt Johnson, Simpson Strong-Tie

    ICC/AIA- Approved Course

    Partnering with the Board of ArchitectureLynette DuFresne, The Minnesota Board of Architecture, Engineering, Land Surveying, Landscape Architecture, Geoscience and Interior Design

    Inspector Skills(Continued)

    2012 IBC Allowable Heights and AreasDoug Thornburg, International Code Council

    1:452:00 Break

    2:003:30 Best Practices, Residential Plans, Review & Inspections(Continued)

    2012 IRC Wall Bracing (Continued)

    2012 IBC Allowable Heights and Areas (Continued)

    CCLD Enforcement and Licensing UpdateCharles Durenberger, Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry

    Inspector Skills(Continued)

    3:30 Adjourn

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    12:151:45 IBC Lateral Bracing Jared Hensley, APAThe Engineered Wood Association

    Through Penetration Fire Stops and UL SystemsTom Thoreson, 3M

    ICC/AIA- Approved

    Course

    Soil Engineering Basics for Building Officials(Continued)

    Legal Aspects of Code Administration(Continued)

    Indoor Air Quality Issues in Commercial and Residential Buildings Paul Ellringer, Air Tamarack; Jack Rossbach, Rossbach Consulting

    2012 IBC Inspection of Fire-Resistance-Rated Floors, Ceilings and RoofsDoug Thornburg, International Code Council

    1:452:00 Break

    2:003:30 IBC Lateral Bracing (Continued)

    Through Penetration Fire Stops and UL Systems(Continued)

    2012 IBC Inspection of Fire-Resistance-Rated Floors, Ceilings and Roofs(Continued)

    Soil Engineering Basics for Building Officials(Continued)

    Legal Aspects of Code Administration(Continued)

    Indoor Air Quality Issues in Commercial and Residential Buildings (Continued)

    3:30 Adjourn

    Tuesday, January 10, 2017

    BUILDING PERMIT TECHNICIANS MECHANICAL

    7:158:00 Registration

    8:009:30 IRC Wall BracingJared Hensley, APAThe Engineered Wood Association

    IBC 712, 713, and 1009: One Big Happy Family or a Broken Home?Jerry Norman, Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry

    ICC/AIA- Approved

    Course

    Soil Engineering Basics for Building OfficialsRob Flickinger, Megan Hoppe, and Derek Van Heuveln, American Engineering Testing

    Legal Aspects of Code AdministrationLinda Pieczynski, Attorney and International Code Council Instructor

    Ventilation Systems, Residential Make Up Air and Duct Leakage: Field Results from Performance Testing Mike Wilson, Dakota Supply Group

    2012 IBC Exterior Walls and Opening ProtectionDoug Thornburg, International Code Council

    9:309:45 Break

    9:4511:15 IRC Wall Bracing (Continued)

    IBC 712, 713, and 1009: One

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