Date: December 19, 2019 | Time: 12:00pm - 1:30pm

AIA Mid Michigan’s Code Breakers: Fire Protection history, standards, testing and comparison between MBC and NFPA

Code Breakers: Fire Protection history, standards, testing and comparison between MBC and NFPA.
Presented by the AIA Mid Michigan and the Building Codes & Regulations Committee of AIA Detroit

Thursday, December 19, 2019 | 12- 1:30pm
1 hour of HSW (Health, Safety, Welfare) Learning Units

PROGRAM INFO:
Historical review of fireblock, draftstop, firestop, cementituous fireproofing and intumescent coatings, industry testing standards and Life Safety Barrier Management compliance similarities between MBC and NFPA. Addressing the physical environment through bonding, specifications, project milestone, coordination of trades, openings, barrier repairs / modifications, inspections and application based fire protection installations.

Learning objectives:
1) Understand the history of fireblock, draftstop, firestop, cementituous fireproofing and intumescent coatings.
2) Understand industry testing standards and why they are important.
3) Understand history and variances of MBC and NFPA Life Safety Barrier Management and compliance alignment
4) Understand importance of application based specifications for new construction through requirements of long-termed maintenance

READ MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE SEMINAR AND THE SPEAKER SEE HERE

Let David Lenz The AIA Mid Michigan Chapter President know if you will be attending (dlenz@bergmannpc.com). There is no other formal registration process. You will just need your AIA member number when you sign-in.

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