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Registration: 8:00 - 8:30 am
Morning Session: 8:30 - 11:45 am
Lunch (On your own): 11:45 am - 12:45 pm
Afternoon Session: 12:45 - 5:00 pm
Development and Enforcement of International Residential Code
History of the International Residential Code (IRC) Adoption and enforcement of IRC in Oklahoma Recent and anticipated code amendments Future of the code
Building Planning and Shell Construction (Chapters 2-10)
Definitions Alternative provisions and design criteria Wind effects and protection of openings Seismic provisions Story height and live loads Snow loads Fire-resistant construction and exterior walls Dwelling unit separations and garage separation Ceiling heights Glazing Garages and carports Ingress, egress and stairways Fire and carbon monoxide safety and detection Foam plastic Accessibility Wood and wood-bassed products Floods, storms and drainage Soils and foundations Framing and fastening Walls and wall covering Roof/ceiling construction Roof assemblies Fireplaces and chimneys
Energy Efficiency (Chapter 11)
Compliance Building thermal envelope Climate classifications Permanent energy certificate Insulation and fenestration Building systems Lighting
Mechanical, Fuel, Plumbing and Electrical Systems (Chapters 12-43)
Appliance installation and exhaust systems Ventilation Hydronic systems Fuel gas systems and appliances Plumbing fixtures Drains Backflow preventers, venting, sumps and ejectors Fire sprinkler systems Electrical system grounding Intersystem bonding termination Overcurrent devices Electrical outlets Luminaires Pools, spas and hot tubs
Building Inspector with the City of Norman, OK
Mr. Clark has over 10 years of experience as a combination building inspector with the City of Norman, Oklahoma, where he regularly performs inspections ranging from single family construction to large commercial projects. In this role he has also given presentations on new code changes as well as developed an ordinance for the adoption of a new set of codes. Mr. Clark is also an adjunct instructor at the Moore Norman Technology Center, where he developed a 36-hour course on General Contractor Residential Construction, which he has taught twice a year since 2009. From March to November 2015 Mr. Clark served on the Oklahoma Uniform Building Code Commission as a member of the Residential Technical Committee, whose task was to review the 2015 International Residential Code Chapters 1-11 and provide recommendations to the Commission. While serving on the committee he co-authored Chapter 11 (Energy Efficiency) and coordinated with other committee members and various stake holders to produce a Residential Energy Code for Oklahoma that is both functional and a solid standard for future homeowners.
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