This section provides education for building officials, the design profession and the construction industry through several biannual training seminars given two times a year around the state.
The section also meets with and provides education and input to other construction-related industries such as the Homebuilders Association, Minnesota Institute of Architects, Minnesota Coalition of Structural Engineers, Consulting Engineers Council, Minnesota Society of Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Engineers and other associations.
Mike Godfrey, supervisor, (651) 284-5862
CCLD 2013 Spring Seminar - "Residential Plumbing Plan Review and Site Inspections"
nine locations throughout Minnesota and will cover residential plumbing and plan review procedures from the start of the project to completion.
This seminar will focus on residential plumbing and plan review procedures from the start of the project to completion. The morning portion of the seminar will cover the plan review to include discussion of room size, fixture clearance, sewer service, and water service. Site inspections rough plumbing will also be covered and will include discussion about underground piping, above ground DWV piping and water piping. The afternoon portion of the seminar will begin with a discussion of the residential energy code as it applies to residential plumbing. The remainder of the day will include discussion of setting fixtures, installing appliances and final testing. The seminar will conclude with a question and answer session.
This course has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry for seven hours for plumbers, water conditioning contractors, building officials, residential building contractors (including energy) and manufactured home installers continuing education.
The cost of the seminar is $85 per person and must be paid by credit card. No refunds will be issued.
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