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LIVE CLASS: Single Family Homes, application to occupancy.

Discussion in 'Code Training *Sponsor: BuildingCodeCollege.com' started by Glenn, Sep 16, 2019.

  1. Glenn

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    I'll be in Brea, California next week (9-24-19) at the International Code Council office teaching my class "Single Family Homes, from Application to Occupancy". This full-day class is a fun visual immersion of what it takes to build a home. Code will be discussed, but also perspective, teamwork, and understanding. This class was originally designed for permit technicians to see what happens between application and C of O, but it's a good perspective for anyone involved in home construction, but not in the field everyday. Give your office staff, permit techs and plan reviewers a day out of the office and in my class! Sign up through the ICC learning center.

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  2. steveray

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    And in Amherst Massachusetts in October....It will be good to meet you then!. I believe only the 3rd board member I've met in 10+yrs?
     
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  3. Glenn

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    Definitely! We can talk wheeling too*, unless a jeeper can't talk to a yota driver! I've got a modified Land Cruiser as my mountain toy. Lifted and locked but can't quite fit the diameter under it that you've got.
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