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Stepping Thru Accessible Public Multi-Family Residential Facilities
An overview of publicly supported multi-family residential facilities and the differing requirements of regulations and codes. We will look at the various components found within dwelling units and sleeping accommodations for social service center establishments including kitchens and bathrooms. Multi-family residential is one of the more complex building types. Depending on when the facility was initially built and where the funds come from, you can have a multitude of different regulations for one project such as the ADA Standards, the FHA, UFAS, and California Building Codes both 11A and 11B. We will also touch upon alterations and transition plans and how this affects different types of multi-family housing projects.
An overview of what is considered public multi-family residential facilities and what regulations apply along with requirements for kitchens, bathrooms, and social service center establishments
• Understand what is public multi-family residential and which regulations apply
• Review alteration and new construction requirements for the dwelling units
• Learn about specific requirements for kitchens and bathrooms within dwelling units
• Overview CA senior housing requirements and social service center establishment sleeping accommodation requirements
Saturday, February 25
100 W. Walnut Street
Pasadena, CA 91124
Participants shall enter Parsons lot from Walnut Street manned gate (north side of property).
should pull a ticket and enter the lot. Tickets will be validated at
the Security station upon initial entry to the building and at no cost.
Tickets will be required to exit the parking lot.
$100 AIA Member pre-registered
$125 Non-AIA Member pre-registered
$150 at the door
Janis Kent, FAIA CASp
She is a Certified Access Specialist (CASp), one out of about 500 in the State, and a licensed California Architect with over 30 years of experience. She has been the accessibility specialist for a nationally recognized architectural firm and has been involved in the world of Accessibility since the mid-1980’s. In addition to having managed a variety of architectural projects and providing professional seminars for architects, she has surveyed existing buildings for accessibility compliance and due diligence, provided quality control for numerous surveys of existing facilities throughout the country, reviewed plans for Accessibility, and has been responsible for compiling standard architectural accessibility details nationwide. Ms Kent has also authored a book which is a compilation of architectural details on Accessibility combining ADAS with CBC.
Learn more about Janis and Stepping Thru Accessibility here
approved for 5 HSW credits
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