Majed A. Dabdoub, P.E.
Start: 7:30 am
Finished by: 10:30 am
$50 – AIA Member
$75 – Non-Member
2020 Code Academy October 13 (ch 17)
The IBC is an essential tool used to provide public safety, health and welfare. Designing with new materials and complex client programs can push the boundaries of a straight-forward code summary. The seventh and final session will explain the requirements related to special inspections in the Building Code. Chapter 17 addresses provisions of the code that governs the quality, workmanship, and requirements for materials. Chapter 17 of the IBC/OBC deals with the requirements of when and how special inspection is done. The Design professional who prepares the construction documents needs to understand and explain the requirements to the owner and be able to engage the special inspectors on a project.
- To understand when a special inspection is required
- To determine the scope of the special inspection
- To be able to review and make the appropriate decisions related to the findings of special inspection
- To be able to work with all parties to resolve any conflicts related to design, construction and inspection
- This course will help the Design Professionals understand and apply the requirements of chapter 17 of the IBC/OBC
2020 Academy Code Series
Become a Code Warrior through this seven-part, in-depth series on the International Building Code (IBC). Majed A. Dabdoub, P.E. provides a detailed overview of specific chapters of the IBC in each session. These small classes encourage participants to ask questions and engage in discussion around real-world examples of code application.
Dabdoub studied Civil Engineering at Ohio University before earning an M.S. in Structural Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. He served as a building plans examiner for the City of Cincinnati from 1987 through 2014 when he left to start his own firm which offers code consulting, training, and structural engineering services.
Classes are the second Tuesday of each month, March through September (no class in July).
March, chapters 3,5,6; April, chapter 10; May, chapters 7,8; June, chapter 9; August, chapter 34; September, chapter 11; October, chapter 17.