Challenges of Chief Building Officials with Innovative Building Enclosure Products

January 9, 2019 2019-01-09 2019-01-09 Challenges of Chief Building Officials with Innovative Building Enclosure Products CBMU Canada America/New_York

 

Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Location:
Edward Village hotel, 50 E Valhalla Dr, Markham ON L3R 0A3
 

6:00 pm: Registration/Reception
7:00 pm: Dinner
8:00 pm: Presentation

OBEC / OAA Members: $60.00 + $7.80 HST = $67.80
Non Members: $80.00 + $10.40 HST = $90.40
Student Members: $35.00 + $4.55 HST = $39.55

Live Webinar

8:00 pm: Presentation

OBEC / OAA Members: $28.00 + $3.64 HST = $31.64
Non Members: $45.00 + $5.85 HST = $50.85
Student Members: $10.00 + $1.30 HST = $11.30

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A core reason why the National Model Building Code and the resulting provincial codes moved to an objective-based format is to foster design, system and materials innovation. As a practical matter, however, innovation remains a difficult matter to deal with, and the municipal compliance community is wrestling with how to provide a consistent level of service and code interpretation while exercising the decision-making discretion inherent in considering alternative solutions under the Code. Additionally, there are other complicating factors outside of the Building Code which are also contributing to the problem.

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