Evergreen Engineering (Evergreen), a multi-discipline engineering and construction firm, will host a four-hour Code Training Seminar on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2007, at the Wingate Inn in Albany, NY. Topics will include Occupancy Classification; Hazardous Materials Management; HVAC & Exhaust; Control Areas; Fire Rated Separation; Means of Egress; and many others.
The seminar will be taught by Samir Mokashi, Code Analyst and Principal at Evergreen Engineering. The seminar will focus on the requirements of the current New York State Code for research laboratories and semiconductor manufacturing facilities, and address existing facilities built under the previous edition of the New York State Code.
An acknowledged code expert, Mokashi has authored alternates and variances. As past chair of the Code Committee of the local chapter of American Institute of Architects, he continues to be active in city and state level code development. An excellent communicator and dynamic presenter, his technical presentations and training seminars are well-attended by architects, engineers, owners, facility managers, and building officials.
Benefits include learning current code rules, earning continuing education credits, and grasping real world examples. For more information, contact Christine Timbre at (503) 439-8777 or email@example.com.
About Evergreen Engineering
Established in 1985, Evergreen serves industries such as light industrial, bioscience, semiconductor, forest and wood products throughout the United States and Canada. Evergreen has more then 90 engineering, construction and administrative staff members and provides design, construction, and code consulting services to a wide range of projects from $5,000 to $150M. With offices in Eugene, OR; Hillsboro, OR; Santa Clara, CA; Boise, ID; Albany, NY; and Atlanta, GA.