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Showlist Fort Worth
Tuesday Evening, March 13, 2018
Please join us at The Gardens Restaurant (New Venue)
(If you enter the main gate, you must turn at the first left and follow the signs)
3220 Rock Springs Road, Fort Worth, TX 76107 phone: (817) 731-2547
Program: PIMA Educational Program: Reroofing Requirements in the 2015 International Codes5:30 – Networking6:15 - Dinner6:45 - Program
“The Gardens Restaurant” is located in the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens. The facility is open exclusively for the Fort Worth CSI Chapter.
Course Length: 1 Hour
The International Code Council (ICC) publishes a coordinated set of model codes that provides comprehensive minimum requirements for the building and construction environment. These codes, often referred to as the “I-Codes”, consist of a base building code (the International Building Code or IBC) and separate volumes addressing subjects such as plumbing, mechanical, residential construction, energy conservation and existing buildings, among others.
Most of the I-Codes are based on the default requirements for new construction. Roofing, however, is different. Most (about 75%) of the roof systems installed on US buildings end up on existing buildings, not new. Reroofing is one of the most common construction projects; most US buildings will have three or more roof systems during their useful lifespans.
In order to fully understand the code requirements for reroof projects, it is necessary to review three separate codes. While the IBC contains the basic material requirements for roof covering assemblies, other provisions for reroofing can be found in the International Existing Building Code (IEBC) and the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). Recent clarifications and reorganizations to the IECC and IEBC for reroofing have improved the clarity of the code requirements, but given the need to coordinate the provisions across three codes, many users of the code will benefit from a reroofing review.
The PIMA session includes a discussion of the requirements and definitions for roof repair and reroofing (which includes roof recover and roof replacement) in the IBC, IEBC, and IECC. The program is intended to connect the dots and assist attendees in understanding the material and installation requirements for reroofing, as well as compliance with provisions for fire, structural, weather protection and energy efficiency. The program includes a sample permit and inspection checklist developed by PIMA in consultation with code officials. This checklist template is available for local building departments to integrate into their processes and procedures; it can be an effective resource for building owners and roofing contractors and can help local jurisdictions on code interpretation and compliance efforts.
Edward Charles “Chuck” Steiner, Jr.
Chuck Steiner, the National Roofing Manager for Rmax is a 35-year veteran of the building material and roofing products industry. He has demonstrated leadership successes in many positions throughout his career.
Chuck has seen continuing levels of increased responsibility with Firestone Building Products-Genflex Roofing Products – as Regional Manager; with RGM Products – as Director of Sales and Marketing – Southeast; with Stratix Corporation – as Vice President – Marketing and with Celotex Corporation – Roofing Products Division – as Senior Marketing Manager – Commercial and Residential Roofing.
Mr. Steiner has served and consulted with NRCA, PIMA, ARMA, WSRCA and RCI.
Please arrive by 5:30 p.m. to enjoy the social time with Chapter members.
Fort Worth CSI Chapter annual dues cover meal charges for members. Guest meals are complimentary for the first Fort Worth CSI Chapter meeting that they attend.
Meals are $25 for Non-Fort Worth CSI Chapter members paid by cash or check at the door.