August 9, 2007
Code Enforcement is raising money for the United Way of the Carolinas and educating the construction community at the same time.
Mecklenburg County is raising money for the United Way of the Carolinas and educating the construction community at the same time.
A special seminar is being offered to teach builders how to avoid mistakes - before they make them. The seminar costs $125, with proceeds going to the United Way and participants earning continuing education credits.
Tuesday, August 28
7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Hal Marshall County Services Center
700 North Tryon Street, Charlotte, NC
The six hour session will provide examples of common code errors in Building, Electrical, Mechanical, Plumbing, and Fire. Instructors will provide trade specific information for contractors, architects, engineers, owners, and attorneys. Topics include plan review omissions, dangerous fire code violations, electrical inspection highlights, plumbing and mechanical defects, and critical building code violations.
The seminar offers continuing education credit (approved for six HSW credits through AIA Charlotte).
Make check for $125 payable to the
United Way of the Carolinas, and mail to:
Make check for $125 payable to the , and mail to:
Residential Technical Services
700 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202-2236
Availability for this seminar is limited to the first 100 registrants. For more information:
- Visit the Web site:
- Call: Steve Pearson at 704-432-RTAC (7822)