ICC Code Seminars Announced

VSAIA announces the schedule of International Code Council seminars for Winter-Spring 2012.

You can view descriptions and register for any of these events on the Upcoming Continuing Education Events page.

  • January 20 ICC 2009 I-Codes and Green Building, Piedmont Virginia Community College, Charlottesville Click Here to Register
  • February 17 ICC 2009 IBC Solving Means of Egress in Commercial Buildings, Virginia Tech Roanoke Center, Roanoke.  Click here to Register
  • February 23 Wall Bracing Seminar Virginia Center for Architecture, Richmond. (Registration opens soon)
  • February 24 VUSBC Code Update Virginia Center for Architecture, Richmond, (Registration opens soon)
  • April 20 ICC 2009 IBC Solving Means of Egress in Commercial Buildings, Thomas Nelson Community College, Hampton.  Click here to Register
  • June 21 ICC 2009 I-Codes and Green Building, Virginia Center for Architecture, Richmond. Click Here to Register
  • July 20 ICC 2009 IBC Solving Means of Egress in Commercial Buildings, Fairfax, tentative  (Registration opens soon)
  • September 21 ICC 2009 IEBC Fundamentals, Piedmont Virginia Community College, Charlottesville  Click Here to Register

Virginia Accord

  • The Virginia Accord VA_ACCORD_150x150

    Bringing together the planning and design disciplines to examine two key themes critical to the future — job creation and environmental sustainability — on Sept. 19-20, 2014 at the Virginia Accord.

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Membership News

  • New AIA Board Structure Approved Survey 1

    Convention delegates gave final approval to a plan that restructures the Institute’s governance on Saturday, the last day of AIA Convention 2014 in Chicago.

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Government Advocacy News

  • Floor-Protection Section Dropped From Code 2005 AIA Stock Images - Core - Cunningham & Quill - Hickok Warner Cole - HSMM - OTJ Architects

    Virginia has deleted an overlooked change in the 2012 version of the International Residential Code. The change would have required first-floor structures in new residential construction to be protected on the underside with gypsum board.

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