Quality Assurance and Special Inspection Requirements for Masonry
by John Chrysler, P.E., FTMS
May 14, 2020; 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Pacific TimeSmall Business System Requirements FAQ Register
ICC Preferred Provider Course Number: 13816Many designers are intimidated by masonry Quality Assurance (QA) requirements, particularly when it comes to developing a program that will be implemented by the masonry contractor's quality control. This web seminar will break down and simplify the significant elements of a masonry QA program and show how the reformatted tables contained in the 2016 Specification for Masonry Structures (TMS 602), adopted by reference into the 2018 International Building Code, can be used by the designer as the basic masonry QA program. When the designer provides a QA program that is understood by the contractor and masonry special inspector, everybody is on the same page and the quality of the installed masonry improves. After attending this web seminar, participants should be confident that the masonry QA program they prepare will be easily understood and effective when applied in the field. John Chrysler has been active in the masonry industry since 1968 working for a large commercial masonry contractor for 25 years, then joining the Masonry Institute of America in 1993 where he currently serves as Executive Director. He has held contractor’s licenses in California, Nevada and Hawaii and is a licensed PE in California and Arizona. Additionally, John is a Certified Structural Masonry Special Inspector for both International Code Council and California Division of the State Architect. He also serves on the ICC Exam Development Committee for masonry inspection. Chrysler is Past President of The Masonry Society and has served on TMS Board of Directors. He has actively served on TMS Committee 402/602 since 1996, chaired the Construction Requirements Subcommittee for 9 years and is currently TMS 402/602 Main Committee Chair. Chrysler is a frequent presenter of seminars and webinars on design, construction and quality of masonry. As Director of the Masonry Institute, Chrysler is involved in developing and updating more than a dozen publications based on the International Building Code and IBC referenced standards. Please note a single registration allows you to have one connection. However, a number of people can view and listen to the seminar using one connection by using an LCD projector (or a large computer monitor) and good computer speakers or a speaker phone. All attendees, irrespective of the number of registered connections, can earn 0.20 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) or 2.0 professional development hours (PDHs). CEU/PDH certificates are provided free of charge.
To meet the new reality of social distancing, we are reducing the price for additional connections to our live webinars (see table below). This discount will apply to live webinars scheduled through the end of May 2020. The discount is also available to those of you who have a webinar subscription plan with us.
|1 Connection||Each Additional Connection|
|Early Registration Discounted Fee*||$260||$60|
|* Registration on or before May 10, 2020|
- A connection is defined as a single web connection plus a single telephone connection (if necessary).
- A $15 fee will apply if the seminar registrant wishes to revise the web seminar registration (e.g. switch from one web seminar to another).
- Refunds are limited to 80 percent of fee and must be applied for in writing WITHIN THIRTY DAYS after the scheduled seminar.
- We are a registered provider for continuing education in the State of Florida (Provider # 4732), the State of New York (Provider # 99), the State of New Jersey (Provider # 24GP00014200), the State of Maryland, and for the Structural Engineers Certification Board (SECB) of the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA).