Live ADA Day – Session 1 – Day 1
This is Day 1 of the ongoing Live ADA Day we are hosting. The ADA Day takes place on January 19, 20, and 21 – all starting at 12pm – 1:40 pm.
The AIA East Bay Chapter will be presenting an online version of their popular “ADA Day” seminar designed to provide the five hours of disability access training credits necessary for California Architects to renew their state licenses. The course will once again be taught by Steven R Winkel, FAIA, PE, CASp of The Preview Group, Inc. Steve has taught this course for the chapter for many years. He is a California Licensed Architect, Certified Access Specialist and Registered Civil Engineer. He served as the Architect Commissioner on the California Building Standards Commission for 19 years until his retirement at the end of 2019. His firm provides accessibility and building code consulting for architects and project owners throughout the United States.
The days will divided into 3 days, one hour and forty minute segments. Sessions will cover AIA CES Health Safety and Welfare credit and California Architect’s Board disability access training credits – which will apply to the CAB requirements of 5 hours of training every two years.
About the speaker
Steven Winkel, FAIA, PE, CASp manages the San Francisco Bay Area office of The Preview Group, Inc., an architectural consulting firm that specializes in building code consulting and regulatory issues affecting designers. Steve has over 45 years’ experience as a licensed architect, civil engineer, landscape architect and certified access specialist. Steve is the author, along with noted illustrator Frank Ching, of the well‐received book Building Codes Illustrated for John Wiley & Sons, now in its fifth edition. Steve was recently reappointed by California Governor Jerry Brown to his fifth 4‐year term as the Architect Commissioner on the California Building Standards Commission. This commission reviews and approves the California amendments to model codes and publishes the state building construction codes, including California accessibility regulations.