MAY 30, AND MAY 31, 2012 CROWN PLAZA – JAMESBURG or SECAUCUS
5/1/2012 Update: Member Early Bird Pricing extended to May 11, 2012
SO, YOU THINK YOU KNOW THE CODE?…… you had better darn well know it, for you are responsible for designing to it……
The 2009 International Residential Code New Jersey Edition has been adopted by DCA Division of Codes and Standards. It is your responsibility as an architect to prepare your plans in compliance with the code. The 2009 IRC-NJ was adopted in the end of 2010, this code is considerably changed from the previously used code.
Our membership has asked for this seminar and AIA-NJ has responded. Kurt M. Kalafsky, AIA-NJ’s Vice President has chaired and organized this vital seminar. This program has been structured to enable architects to come up to speed with understanding the code and all of the adopted changes and best of all it will be taught by Jack Boekhout, retired Code Official who is an instructor for the Department of Community Affairs at Rutgers University….yes you will be given this seminar by the same person who instructs NJ Code Officials. Another bonus is that it will cost you less and you’ll get breakfast, lunch and 6 HSW LCU’s. It is also a great opportunity to network with your colleagues. How can you go wrong?
In order to accommodate every architect in the State, AIA-NJ is offering this seminar in two convenient locations and dates. The first seminar will be given on May 30 in Jamesburg, NJ at the Crown Plaza and again on May 31, 2012 at the Crown Plaza in Secaucus, NJ. Both locations are located just off the NJ Turnpike. Registration is now open, sign up to this highly sought after course. Member’s fee for the seminar is $125.00, non-member architects fee will be $175.00. Prices will increase on May 2, 2012 so take advantage now. We look forward to seeing your there. Come hungry for knowledge and leave nourished! This is our profession, let’s keep it strong and let’s keep it ours.
Register online today: www.aia-nj.org/events/seminars.shtml