Sunday, September 10
5:00 p.m. Registration (lobby/atrium area)
6:00 p.m. Membership Meeting (Consulate Room)
7:00 p.m. Dinner followed by bingo & a euchre tournament (Consulate Room)
Monday, September 117:00 a.m. Breakfast (hotel breakfast area in lobby)
8:00 a.m. Registration (lobby/atrium)
8:30 a.m. Class sign-in begins (Ambassador 2)
9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. ICC Education Class - "Differences between ADA and Indiana Accessibility" and "Introduction to Indiana Accessibility"
12:00 - 1:00 p.m. Lunch (Consulate Room)
ICC Education Class:
"Differences between ADA and Indiana Accessibility"
The state of Indiana has adopted the 2012 International Building Code (IBC) to provide minimum requirements for building construction, including accessibility. The 2012 IBC provides scoping (i.e., what, where and how many) and references the 2009 ICC A117.1 Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities for technical criteria (i.e. how to). There are many federal laws that also include accessibility requirements for buildings. Two of these are the American's with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act. The ICC has been working to meet or exceed these federal requirements. This class will review where the IBC and ICC A117.1 exceed or have a different approach than the federal requirements. Discussions will include the history, the intent and the reasons why. Topics are differences in scope, accessible routes between stories, accessible means of egress, institutional and residential facilities, coordination, revisions, and new ideas. This information will include the Indiana amendments to the IBC.
"Introduction to Indiana Accessibility"
The state of Indiana has adopted the 2012 International Building Code (IBC) to provide minimum requirements for building construction, including accessibility. The 2012 IBC provides scoping (i.e., what, where and how many) and references the 2009 ICC A117.1 Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities for technical criteria (i.e. how to). This presentation is a general overview of the accessibility requirements code and standard. Discussions will include the history, the intent and the reasons behind the requirements. Topics are the general approach, exceptions, basis for the technical criteria, building blocks, entrances, elevators, accessible means of egress, accessible routes, general site and building elements, plumbing, customer service, special occupancy requirements, recreation, dwelling and sleeping units. This information will include the Indiana amendments to the IBC.
This course consists of 6 contact hours and earns 0.6 ICC CEUs.
Presenter: Kimberly Paarlberg, R.A.
Kimberly Paarlberg is a Senior Staff Architect in Technical Services with the International Code Council (ICC). Her experience with ICC includes work in the plan review and code development departments with responsibilities for code development, plan reviews, providing code interpretations, instructing technical seminars and authoring and reviewing instruction materials, code commentary and publication articles. Kimberly serves as code development secretary for the IBC Means of Egress/Accessibility and ICC Administration committees. She is ICC representative for development of the referenced technical standard. ICC/ANSI A117.1 "Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities." Kimberly is the staff for the ICC Adhoc Health Care Committee.
Before joining ICC, Kimberly worked as a structural engineer and architect. Kim is a licensed architect in Illinois and holds an Accessibility Inspector/Plans Examiner certification. She is a member of the Indiana Steering Committee for the Great Lakes ADA Center which facilitates dispersal of information and technical assistance for ADA.
Member: $225 for Active, Associate, Professional and Honorary
Member ICC Class and Lunch only: $175
Non-member ICC Class and Lunch only: $250
Registration includes the Sunday night hotel room, meals* and the ICC class. Additional nights may be purchased by you, directly through the hotel, at our discounted price of $107.00+ all applicable local and state taxes. *Those with an overnight room will enjoy the hotel's complimentary breakfast. Those not staying at the hotel will purchase breakfast on their own. Other meals included are Sunday dinner and Monday lunch.
If you are bringing a spouse or guest, meals may be purchased for them. Children under 12 eat for free.
Sunday Dinner: $25
Monday Lunch: $15
Deadline to register will be August 28, 2017
All attendees will make their own hotel reservations. Our group block pricing is available Saturday, September 9 - Tuesday, September 12. Reservations must be made by August 24, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. After August 24 requests for reservations will be on a rate and availability basis.
To reserve a suite in the group block, call 317-236-1800 and ask for reservations. Provide the arrival/departure dates of your stay and mention group code IAB. Verify the group name is IABO Fall Event. Verify the group rate of $107.00 per night for a King Bed Suite plus taxes. The booking agent will ask for a credit card number to guarantee the room.
Reservations may be made online as well. Click on the following link: www.indianapolisdowntown.embassysuites.com and enter reservation details. Under the Special Rate Code section, enter the group code in the appropriate box and proceed. If experiencing an issue reserving at the group rate for only a portion of the stay, book the available dates and contact our Sales Department at 317-236-1806.
Cancelation Policy - All cancelations must be received in writing no later than August 28 to avoid penalty. All late cancelations with room cancellation will be billed $50; no shows without room cancellation will be billed $120. Faxed cancellations must be verified they were received. It is the responsibility of the registrant to make the verification. Emergencies will be dealt with on an individual basis.