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Intro to IEBC Work Area Compliance
Tue, Sep 14 2021

James Tente, Knoxville Chief Building Inspector, will be the speaker at the monthly CSI lunch meeting to be held at the AGC office at 3306 Ragsdale Ave. Mr. Tente brings 22+ years of leadership in the civil service sector as a code official, building inspector, plans examiner and educator. James’ focus on model codes has led to his 34 International Code Council Certifications, including Certified Building Official and Certified Fire Marshal credentials. James has dedicated his career to the application, interpretation and understanding of the ICC family of I-codes which has led him to attain Master Code Professional status joining the 900 other dedicated industry experts around the globe.


This program is registered for AIA/CES HSW credits and includes the following learning objectives:

  1. What is the IEBC Work Area Compliance Method. (What are the 3 compliance methods, why use the work area method over others.)
  2. What are the different alteration levels, and how does that impact a project. (Overview of what a Work Area is, importance of work area regarding accessibility and understanding the progressive structure of alteration levels.)
  3. Means of egress and fire protection requirements of the Work Area Compliance Method. (How does the work area method impact the means of egress and fire protection requirements.)


The program is free for CSI members and $20 for non-members. It will also be broadcast over ZOOM starting at 12 noon. For reservations email www.CSIKNOX@gmail.com.





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CSI Holiday Celebration at Ramsey House
Tue, Dec 03 2019

The CSI Family came together at the historic Ramsey House for a candlelight tour and holiday dinner. About 40 members and guests gathered to hear the minstrels entertain us with holiday tunes, enjoyed a wonderful dinner provided by Big Fatty's Catering (thank you Lisa!), and were led through the Ramsey home by docents dressed in period garb. A fascinating evening with good friends, where we learned a bit more about the history of our area. Members brought unwrapped toys to donate to Toys for Tots that Kathy had the honor of delivering to the Marine base on Alcoa Hwy. They were very grantful for this tradition that had started with the Knoxville CSI President Curtis Rosenbaum in 1996. Thanks from all of us go to Will Dunklin who arranged this wonderful evening and to all who worked hard to decorate and stock the Christmas Cheer beverages.

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