Free Title 24 Training for Architects

Oct 14, 2015

New Traditional Classroom Course &

AIA MDC Session Correction!

Our apologies, we were so excited about our new class we jumped the gun…

The Title 24 Part 6 Essentials – Nonresidential Standards for Architects classes are still in the process of being scheduled.

Please register with as an Architect to be notified when they are available.



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Energy Code Ace “Standards Essentials” Course 

Now Available for Architects!

This FREE hands-on course is designed to provide architects with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate key nonresidential Title 24, Part 6 building standards and compliance options for new construction, alterations and additions, and compliance related documents.  Participants will receive instruction on integrating code compliance tasks into their project schedule, collaborating with the project team to increase energy efficiency, and improving energy literacy to design aesthetically beautiful buildings that use less energy.

Join us for this class to:

  • Identify major differences among the 2008, 2013 and 2016 California Nonresidential Building Energy Efficiency Standards
  • Navigate a compliance process map from project inception to completion of construction
  • Identify requirements for nonresidential new construction, additions, and alterations for project applicability
  • Identify the primary compliance forms and related documents
  • Apply the standards to example scenarios

Classes are now being scheduled. 

Please register with as an Architect 

to be notified when they are available.

All classes are FREE of charge.

Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. All participants will receive
a comprehensive workbook and tools they can use on the job.

For more information, contact

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AIA Monterey Design Conference

Please join us at our AIA MDC CES Session – and stop by our table in the Pavilion to find out more about our offerings!
Study on Residential Design (Single and Multi-Family): “Reaching California’s Net Zero Energy Goals”

Friday, October 16, 10:15 am -11:15 am
Fred Farr Forum
Gina Rodda, Principal, Gabel Associates LLC
Ann Edminster, M.Arch, LEED AP, Design AVEnues LLC

As California nears it goal for net zero energy design, what does that really mean? We will review 4 different residential projects, a mixture of single and multi-family, using progressive energy code cycles to understand how these projects could evolve to meet the 2020 goal that all new residential construction provide zero net energy design. The importance of understanding the intent of the energy code; identifying what this means to YOUR designs; utilizing resources available regarding the energy code; and realizing the importance of communication, coordination and collaboration among all design and construction team members. Qualifies for HSW Credit

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