SDCI will be presenting at the fourth session of the Got Codes? series hosted by AIA Seattle. This session will discuss land use, building, and energy code issues for residential projects. The session will also specifically address current design issues for accessory dwelling units (ADUs), detached accessory dwelling units (DADUs), home businesses or offices, substantial alterations, existing non-conforming conditions and site access, and environmentally critical areas.
At this session, you’ll:
- Learn about common land use and building code mistakes and issues that come up during intake and review and how to avoid or approach them for a more successful project
- Learn how to navigate and apply the residential energy code requirements for varying scopes of residential projects, as well as options to go beyond the code minimums for sustainability
- Learn about the current local and national trends for ADUs, DADUs, substantial alterations, and existing non-conforming conditions and all of the code elements needed for design, permitting, and construction
Participants will have the opportunity to discuss about specific land use, building code, and energy code requirements with a panel of Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections staff.
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
Seattle City Hall, Bertha Knight Landes Room
12:30 – 5:00 p.m.
- Jen Hagenow, Land Use Planner, SDCI
- Duane Jonlin, Energy Code and Conservation Advisor, SDCI
- Richard Pellinger, Ordinance & Structural Supervisor, SDCI
- $118.00 AIA Member
- $118.00 Government and Partners
- $69.00 Associate
- $20.00 Student
- $214.00 Non-Member
Early Bird Deadline: Monday, October 15. After this time, the price increases 15 percent.
Register online before Monday, October 22.