For those who had technical difficulty with the last presentation of the ADA Class and for those who missed it, we are presenting this class again.
There is NO CHARGE for those who were previously registered, however you must still fill out the registration form.

2020 NYS Code
Accessibility Update Webinar

Presented by Dominick Marinelli

During this time when architects are working at home we are helping design professionals receive required Continuing Education Units by offering an Accessibility Update Webinar that will provide AIA members with one continuing education units (CEU) for each contact hour, that can also be applied as Health, Education and Welfare (HSW) Credit. Non-AIA members will receive a certificate for their self-reporting needs.

Monday, June 29, 2020

Time: 9 am to 1 pm


What’s applicable & when:
2020 Building Code of New York State 
(Differences between the 2015 Building Code of New York State)
2020 Existing Building Code of New York State 
(Differences between the 2015 Existing Building Code of New York State)
A117.1 – 2009
2010 ADA Standards
Federal Fair Housing Act Accessibility Guidelines
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Uniform Federal Accessibility Standard)

Exterior Accessibility Issues – Applying Lessons to:
Exterior Accessible Routes
Curb Ramps
Accessible Parking
Accessible Entrances

Interior Accessibility – Applying Lessons to:
Interior Accessible Routes & Triggers for Vertical Accessibility 
Toilet Rooms
Dining, Drinking & Work Surfaces
Service Counters

Existing Buildings – Applying Lessons to:
Barrier Removal
Program Accessibility
Changes of Occupancy

Multi-Family Housing – Applying Lessons to:
Safe Harbor Standards
Kermit Robinson (formerly International Codes Council secretariat American National Standard for Accessible & Usable Buildings & Facilities – A117.1 Committee)
Public & Common Areas 

Unwritten Accessibility Requirements
Marsha Mazz (formerly with the US Access Board)

Past Registrant-$0
AIA LI Members-$50
AIA Members-$60
Assoc. AIA Members-$25

Those who register to attend through AIA Long Island will receive information on how to log in and a copy of the Power Point Presentation prior to the webinar.

You may contact Ann LoMonte with any questions at: