NJDCA Seminars Offered On Energy Codes

Seminars are being offered in multiple locations around the state on the NJ Energy Codes for both residential and commericial use. Course locations in Atlantic City, Cherry Hill and Edison.

June 8, 2011 in Cherry Hill, NJ
OR June 15 & 16, 2011 in Atlantic City, NJ

NJDCA presents: “THE PATHS TO COMPLIANCE WITH THE 2009 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE FOR RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION” (D146/B565)

AIA-NJ is supporting the NJDCA’s efforts to offer training on the energy conservation codes adopted here in NJ. This course is free to attendees. The description is below.
The 2009 International Conservation Code contains multiple methods by which compliance with the requirements for energy conservation in residential construction can be demonstrated.

These paths range from a fairly rigid, prescriptive path to a much more flexible performance based path. Other, mandatory provisions of the IECC must be complied with regardless of the compliance path chosen. Enforcement of the IECC requires a solid understanding of the distinct requirements of, and differences between each path. This seminar will provide that needed understanding.

To register for this course contact the Education Unit in the Division of Codes and Standards of the Department of Community Affairs : [email protected] Please include your name, phone number, course code and training date. Or call 609-984-7820 for more information. Confirmations will be sent two weeks prior to the training dates.

OR

June 9, 2011, 8:30am in Edison, NJ

NJDCA Presents: “THE PATHS TO COMPLIANCE WITH ASHRAE STANDARD 90.1 FOR COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION” (D147/B566)

AIA-NJ is supporting the NJDCA’s efforts to offer training on the energy conservation codes adopted here in NJ. This course is free to attendees. The description is below.
ASHRAE 90.1 provides two paths by which compliance with the energy conservation requirements for commercial construction can be met. Enforcement of either requires a solid understanding of the requirements of the prescriptive path, while enforcement of the performance based design path requires an additional understanding of the baseline design assumptions mandated by ASHRAE 90.1 This seminar provides both.

To register for this course contact the Education Unit in the Division of Codes and Standards of the Department of Community Affairs : [email protected] Please include your name, phone number, course code and training date. Or call 609-984-7820 for more information. Confirmations will be sent two weeks prior to the training dates.

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