Thirsty Thursday: Code Regulations for Existing Buildings

Thirsty Thursday: Code Regulations for Existing Buildings
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Date: 21 October 2021

Thirsty Thursday returns October 28th with "Code Regulations for Existing Buildings" presented by Thom Zaremba.

Join us next week, October 28 at 1:00 pm ET for NGA's next Thirsty Thursday session, Code Regulations for Existing Buildings, presented by Thom Zaremba of Roetzel & Andress, and NGA code consultant.

This session will discuss how recent tragedies and the consequences of climate change tend to propel changes to building codes, what this means for post-occupancy inspections as they relate to window condition and energy loss, and the importance of the codes for existing buildings.

This webinar is free to attend, though registration is required.

Thirsty Thursday returns October 28th with "Code Regulations for Existing Buildings" presented by Thom Zaremba.

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NGA's Thirsty Thursday webinar series consists of monthly online sessions, designed to be a condensed and convenient way to receive valuable education and information. Registrants will receive a reminder email with webinar login instructions approximately thirty minutes to one hour prior to the webinar beginning. Please be sure to whitelist messages@glass.org to ensure you receive this email.

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