This training examines construction methods, building toward incremental steps for the BC Step code. This leads to cost effective construction and costing processes leading toward your construction practice and materials toward Step 5. See MORE INFORMATION for full details of topics Over 2 days you will review the following Topics: Benefits of Near Net Zero Construction Performance Path & Energy Modelling Near Net Zero Design & Code Compliance Near Net Zero Design: The Enclosure-First Approach Near Net Zero Below-Grade Assemblies Near Net Zero Above-Grade Wall Assemblies Near Net Zero to Net Zero Example Near Net Zero Building DetailsDetails
The BC Building code affects your work on a daily basis. Your ability to ensure compliance accurately can greatly simplify the day-to-day operations of your business. This is an interactive course where you are working with the code, as well as the instructor providing real examples and explanations. The focus of this training is how to use the building code and familiarize you with finding pertinent sections involved in your construction practices.Details
BC Building Code - Housing and Small buildings Part 1 This is an interactive course where you are working with the code, as well as the instructor providing real examples and explanations. The focus of this training is how to use the building code and familiarize you with finding pertinent sections involved in your construction practices.Details
Ventilation Training: TECA's Quality First™ Ventilation Guidelines course covers the September 9, 2014 (signature date) amendments made to the 2012 BC Building Code Section 9.32. All Part 9 building permit applications made after December 19, 2014 will be subject to these new requirements In British Columbia (BC), the F280-12 standard is referenced in the BC Building Code and other building industry publications including: 2012 BC Building Code states in Section 9.33.5 Capacity of Heating Appliances: “The required capacity of heating appliances located in a dwelling unit and serving only that dwelling unit, shall be determined in accordance with CSA F280, “Determining the Required Capacity of Residential Space Heating and Cooling Appliances,” except that the design temperatures shall conform to Subsection 9.33.3.”Details
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