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CALGREEN Flyer

Residential and Nonresidential CALGreen Codes
RSVP at www.energycenter.org/events
The City of Chula Vista's Sustainable Communities Program invites contractors, developers and property owners to two free workshops on the California Green Building Standards Code (Title 24, Part 11) known as "CALGreen."
Introduced in 2008, CALGreen is the nation's first state-mandated green building code. The 2013 version of CALGreen took effect on Jan. 1, 2014, and is now being enforced. At these workshops, you will learn how the most recent code changes apply to residential and nonresidential structures, including a review of the mandatory measures and voluntary tiers. We'll also provide helpful tools and established strategies for achieving CALGreen compliance.

Residential CALGreen Code - July 16, 2014 presentation

Nonresidential CALGreen Code
Wed., August 27, 2014 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. Lunch provided

June 11 Workshop

Starting July 1, 2014, a more stringent energy code will become law in California, helping our region and state to reduce energy consumption and costs. The City of Chula Vista’s Sustainable Communities Program is offering two workshops to help local contractors and developers understand how Title 24, Part 6 is organized and what key elements are changing.

Nonresidential Speaker: Beth Brummitt, CEA, CEM, LEED AP, Principal of Brummitt Energy Associates

The nonresidential workshop will review how new commercial buildings are affected by the new standards. It also will outline the impacts on commercial alterations and tenant improvements.

June 11 Slide Presentation

May 21 Workshop

Starting July 1, 2014, a more stringent energy code will become law in California, helping our region and state to reduce energy consumption and costs. The City of Chula Vista’s Sustainable Communities Program is offering two workshops to help local contractors and developers understand how Title 24, Part 6 is organized and what key elements are changing.

Residential Speaker: Jeanne Fricot, CEA, CEPE, BPI, HERS I and II, Training Project Manager at California Center for Sustainable Energy

The residential workshop will explain the energy code requirements for newly built homes and alterations to existing homes. It will also cover reach codes and how Chula Vista’s continuing support of efficient and sustainable building practices will be incorporated into the new locally adopted standards.

Slide Presentation

 

April 30 Workshop

Build for the Future, Today

Contractors, developers and building community stakeholders doing business in the City of Chula Vista are invited to a free workshop on the City’s new Sustainable Communities Program. Learn from Beth Brummitt; CEA, CEM, LEED AP; about training and resources to help you meet and exceed energy efficiency and green building standards.

 

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