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ADA In A Day: 5-hrs of Accessibility CEUs

November 13, 2020 @ 10:00 am 3:30 pm

Get your 5 hours of the 2021 required continuing education in accessibility done IN A DAY!

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations & Access 2.0 LU/HSW

Accessibility – A Photographic Look at Recurrent Non-Complying Elements 3.0 LU/HSW

FREE to attend for AIA LBSB Chapter Members in Good Standing ~ Thank you for your membership! (Must register no later than Oct. 31)

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$150 Both seminars (5 hrs) AIA Members of other AIA Chapters (registration opens November 1)

$200 Both seminars (5 hrs) Non-AIA Members (registration opens November 1)

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations & Access

10 am – 12 pm

2.0 LU/HSW

DESCRIPTION

As Electric Vehicles become more prevalent, the question arises of what to do for Access and even whether or not they are required to be accessible. Although not specifically mentioned in the ADA Standards, the prevailing requirement in the implementing regulations requires a measure of access for all. So if an element is available to the able-bodied population, then it should also be available for those with a disability. Since there are no ADA scoping and technical requirements what do you do? California has developed new requirements implemented January 1, 2017 which is what we will look at.

SUMMARY

As Electric Vehicles become more prevalent, the question comes up of what to do to make them accessible and even whether or not they are required to be accessible – we will review the new California requirements.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the California requirements for new and existing EVCS
  • Review signage requirements for charging stations
  • Learn the new scoping and technical requirements in California
  • Overview how new charging stations integrate with existing

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Accessibility — A Photographic Look at Recurrent Non-Complying Elements

12:30 pm – 3:30 pm

3.0 LU/HSW

DESCRIPTION

ADA and other accessibility regulations have been around for well over 25 years, yet we still see items of non-compliance even in new construction. Is this due to a lack of knowledge, or incomplete drawings and specifications, or sloppy construction, or is it that the topic has become so complex that it is difficult to synthesize all of the relevant information? And many of the items are indeed extremely technical yet the solutions need to be incorporated at the early non-technical design stages. This presentation will look at many common items in non-compliance often found in new construction and alterations. Learn thru a visual synthesis of photos with pertinent regulation call-outs of numerous existing installations. We will discuss what went wrong, was missing, or misunderstood, in order to recognize Access issues to be on the look-out for and how to better incorporate pertinent information into construction documents and specifications.

SUMMARY

Be on the lookout for many common items in non-compliance often found in new construction and alterations and become aware of items needing special attention from design thru construction – a visual synthesis of photos with pertinent regulation call-outs for numerous installations.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Identify typical non-complying items before they get built
  • Recognize items to be addressed early for compliant Access later
  • Distinguish those elements requiring more attention during design and construction for compliant installation
  • Discuss what is required for successful Access implementation

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Stepping Thru Accessibility