American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter

Interpreting the California Building Code

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Location
AIA San Francisco
130 Sutter Street
Suite 600
San Francisco,
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Price

$495.00 per student (Includes refreshments & AIA CE Credit) | $420.00 per AIASF member

Contact Hans Henneberque to register. Registration is confirmed when payment is received. All payments must be received by start of class. Minimum class registration: 20 students, maximum 40 students. (If minimum is not met, class may be cancelled).

This course is comprised of 5 mandatory sessions on July 6, July 27, August 3, August 10 and August 17. Earn 35 HSWs.

Contact
Hans Henneberque | (707) 887-0357 | JMHaccounting@msn.com
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Lecture

H&S Associates in cooperation with AIA San Francisco presents:

Interpreting the California Building Code

This class recommended for building and fire professionals (Architects, Engineers, Building Officials, Fire Marshals, Construction Managers, and General Contractors) that have a basic understanding of building and fire codes. Recommended prerequisite is the SFT Fire Prevention 1 series, or two years minimum architectural or construction management experience. Curriculum is based on the 2010 CBC.

INSTRUCTOR:
Hans Henneberque is a fire service professional with over 33 years of experience as a firefighter, fire officer, fire marshal, and fire chief. He is currently employed by the State Fire Marshal as a Senior Deputy with extensive experience in fire & life safety plan review and construction inspections for numerous large projects including institutional occupancies.