Special Guest Ida Antoniolli Clair AIA LEED AP CASp
Join Mark and Paul for a great discussion with Ida Clair Principal Architect with the Division of State Architect (DSA). Learn more about how DSA operates and the complexities of the code developed process, the new adult changing station regulations, DSA Academy classes, upcoming changes to the CASp program, and other efforts by DSA to improve access.
IDA CLAIR-AIA LEED AP, CASp | Principal Architect | CA Division of the State Architect
Ida is the Principal Architect for DSA headquarters in access codes and standards. She has twenty-six years of experience as an architect in private practice and has been a Certified Access Specialist since 2009, CASp-045. Ida is responsible for regulation, policy, and interpretation development for DSA’s Access Code and Policy Section, and planning and oversight of the Fire and Life Safety Program. Additional responsibilities include technical oversight of the Certified Access Specialist Program and oversight of CASp Examination development.
For More information, please visit the DSA website: https://www.dgs.ca.gov/dsa/Home.aspx
You may direct any questions about CASp Program Administration to (916) 322-2490.
More information about the CASp program and examination details are available on the CASp webpage. Please direct any registration questions to the CASp Certification team at (916) 323-2737 or CASprogram@dgs.ca.gov. You may direct any questions about CASp Program Administration to (916) 322-2490.
Code Change Proposal Form: https://www.documents.dgs.ca.gov/dsa/forms/DSA_665.pdf
Apply to be on the Access Code Collaborative https://www.dgs.ca.gov/dsa/Programs/progAccess/acc.aspx
CASp 101: Certification and Practice (1 day – $75)
This class highlights significant changes to the DSA Certified Access Specialist (CASp) Program, with information relevant to the CASp, candidates interested in seeking certification, or individuals who want to find out more about the CASp program.
Plan Review – Access (1 day – $250)
This course equips participants with essential concepts, reference materials and job aides for conducting timely, consistent and accurate plan review for access compliance. The course is oriented to Chapter 11B of the California Building Code.
This course highlights access provisions in Chapter 11B of the California Building Code including the Intervening Code Adoption Cycle Supplement.
This course provides the participant an overview of Federal and State regulations with the main emphasis on Chapter 11B of the 2016 California Building Code for accessible transient lodging, housing at a place of education and social service establishments both public and private.
This course provides the participant an overview of Federal and State regulations with the main emphasis on Chapter 11B of the 2016 California Building Code for accessible public housing.
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