The training seminars are the first in a series of activities to introduce North Carolina to the use of this innovative building renovation tool. The sessions will be held in four locations: Asheville, Charlotte, Raleigh, and Wilmington. Each two-day training program introduces attendees to this creative approach to code compliance and follows the agenda below:
Day 1 - Introduction to the Rehab Code Approach
Day 2- Case studies of project applications of the Rehab Code
Code officials, architects and engineers trained together in these sessions.
SALVATORE DiCRISTINA is a code consultant from New Jersey intimately familiar with the development and introduction of the New Jersey Rehab Code. In addition to his private practice, the DiCristina Group, Sal is a construction code official with the State University of New Jersey responsible for code compliance on all new and existing facilities. Mr. DiCristina is a regular instructor on the New Jersey Uniform Construction Code and has fulfilled a key role as one of the states primary instructors in the introduction of the New Jersey Rehab Code to the community at large.
The Building Inspection Departments of Mecklenburg County, Asheville, Raleigh and Wilmington
The North Carolina Downtown Development Association
The AIA Sections of Charlotte, Asheville, Wilmington and the Triangle