Cracking The Code
Training Contractor: Urban Green Council/AIA New York Chapter
Contact Information: Jay B. Bond, Email: (jbond@AIANY.org) Phone:
Date & Time: November 3rd, 2012 (10:00AM - 2:00PM)
Location: Howard C. St. John Business Seminar Room, George Clinton Hall: SUNY Ulster, 491 Cottekill Rd., Stone Ridge, NY (map)
Speaker Name: Paul Reale, M.E.M.E., LEED-AP
Registration Deadline: November 3rd, 2012
Attendee Limit: 25 (Registered Users: 14)
Class Overview: The 2010 Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State (ECCCNYS-2010), effective December 28, 2010, is now mandatory throughout New York State. The code regulates the design and construction of buildings for the effective use of energy. Urban Green Council and The New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects have developed a four-hour course to familiarize architects and engineers with the ECCCNYS-2010, the fundamentals of low energy design, and the processes available to demonstrate compliance. This program is funded by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA). The course will address commercial buildings, including residential buildings over three stories. It will also address the Energy Conservation Code of New York City (Local Law 1 - 2011), which is more stringent than the State code. ANSI/ ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1 – 2007, an alternative compliance pathway for meeting the requirements of ECCCNYS - 2010, will be referenced, but not covered in detail. Credits: AIA HSW/SD: 4.0 (AIA credits may also be used by NY State Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors); GBCI: 4.0 (GBCI credits are for LEED Professionals participating in the Credential Maintenance Program.)
Four hour/four credit course to familiarize architects and engineers with the ECCCNYS-2010, the fundamentals of low energy design, and the processes available to demonstrate compliance.
Class Cancellation Policy:
In cases of class cancellation due to severe weather or limited enrollment, registrants will be notified by email and the cancellation will be prominently announced on this website. Cancelled classes will be rescheduled and information on the new class date will be emailed directly to registrants. Registrants who have paid for a cancelled class will have the ability to reschedule the class or request a full refund using links provided in the registrant's Shopping Cart History area.
Attendee Cancellation/Reschedule Policy:
Classes can be rescheduled or cancelled with a full refund within 48-hours of the class start time. Refunds will be credited directly to the credit card account used to register for the class (no exceptions) using the links provided in the registrant's Shopping Cart History area.