Have you scheduled alterations, renovations, tenant improvements or new construction in your building in the coming months? Did you know that your plans could be impacted by the recently revised Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations -- the first major update to the ADA since the regulations were first published in 1991? After March 15, 2012, new construction and alterations will be required to comply with the new ADA Standards adopted by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2010. These new regulations are going to affect many areas of construction/renovation including front and side reach ranges, employee work spaces, restrooms, parking garages, fitness centers, and more. Find out what you need to know and how you should prepare, to ensure you're ADA compliant.

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Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
November 15, 2011
Seminar Objectives
  • Updates on changes in the access requirements.
  • What you need to know to comply with new requirements.
  • How the new regulations will affect your building.
  • New requirements for accessible routes on a variety of building elements.
  • And more!
Understanding the 2010 ADA Building Codes and Standards
   

Mr. Burton joined the BOMA staff in 2001 and leads a team of staff professionals responsible for BOMA’s building codes, standards & regulatory issue advocacy at the national level. BOMA’s Codes, Standards & Regulatory Affairs Group is also responsible for assisting Local BOMA Affiliates and State Coalitions with their efforts in these arenas.



Prior to joining the BOMA staff, Burton served as Senior Staff Vice President for Construction, Codes & Standards at the National Association of Home Builders. He has extensive experience in association management with an emphasis on issue advocacy, federal legislative and regulatory programs, state and local support, and the development of codes and standards.

   

Steven R. Winkel, FAIA, PE, CASp, manages the San Francisco Bay Area office of the Preview Group, Inc. Mr. Winkel, who lives and works in Berkeley, California, uses his experience in project management and his expertise in building codes and accessibility standards to focus on consulting services for the West Coast, including code analyses, accessibility assessments, and quality assurance peer reviews of construction documents.

Mr. Winkel holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental design from UC Berkeley and has over 40 years’ experience in various design disciplines. He is a licensed architect, civil engineer and landscape architect in California.

   

David S. Collins, FAIA is president of The Preview Group, Inc., an architectural code consulting firm with offices in Cincinnati, Ohio and Berkeley, California. As a founding member of the firm, Dave has worked with a diverse clientele and on a wide variety of projects in Preview’s 20+ year existence. Dave has served as the consultant to the Codes Advocacy Program for The American Institute of Architects since 2000, where he has participated in committee work for the International Code Council, National Fire Protection Association, Green Building Institute, Underwriters Laboratories, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology, among others.

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