NRLRC Webinar Recording: Liability for Code Compliance: Who is Responsible? (electronic file)
Mark S. Graham, Associate Executive Director, NRCA
Stephen M. Phillips, Partner, Hendrick, Phillips, Salzman & Flatt
Brian P. McCormick, Associate, Hendrick, Phillips, Salzman & Flatt
Making sure roof system construction meets applicable code requirements is becoming an increased source of liability for roofing contractors. During this 75-minute webinar, you will gain a greater understanding of building code provisions so you can determine your liability for code compliance.
Building code expert Mark Graham will explain the new building codes that become effective in 2012 and steps you need to take to comply with them. He will help you decipher the most recent changes found within the International Code Council's (ICC's) updated model codes, commonly referred to as I-codes, which will be adopted by jurisdictions beginning in 2012. ICC's new editions contain numerous roofing-related changes, and you must begin preparing for them now.
NRLRC's legal counsel Stephen Phillips and his associate Brian McCormick will discuss design liability risks as they relate to code compliance and reroofing projects. They will discuss your potential liability for code violations in situations where you contract directly with a building owner when no design professional has been retained, as well as when the project involves an owner-retained architect or engineer.
For more information, contact NRLRC at (847) 299-9092 or e-mail Anne Schroeder, NRLRC's director, at email@example.com.
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