“Strictly Residential” Plan Review Part 3&4Date/Time
Date(s) - 03/29/18 - 04/12/18
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
City of Brea, 1 Civic Center Circle, Brea, California
This is a two-day class: Thursday, March 29th, and Thursday, April 12th, 2018.
Location: City Of Brea, 1 Civic Center Circle Community Room A&B
Brea Ca. 92821 Parking Underground
Cost: $175.00 SoCal FPO Members $225.00 All Others Lunch not included Includes certificate with ICC C.E.U.’S
This two day course will focus on spacing and positioning of sprinklers, piping installation requirements and hydraulic calculations for various water supplies. Scope of the class will include design basics to further understanding of industry practices and common applications of sprinklers and other materials. Class format is intended to foster discussion and better understanding of design from the plan reviewer’s perspective. Afternoon sessions will involve review and group commentary on plans and calculations.
Who should attend: This course is excellent for designers, architects, plan reviewers, building officials, fire marshals, building and fire code inspectors.
INSTRUCTOR: Steve Leyton is President of Protection Design & Consulting in San Diego, CA. His career began in 1981 on the contracting side of fire sprinkler industry and founded PD&C in 1995. Professional affiliations include NFPA, ICC, American Fire Sprinkler Association, National Fire Sprinkler Association, California Fire Prevention Officers Northern and Southern Sections, and San Diego Fire Protection Association. He represents AFSA as the Chairman of NFPA 14 and was a principal member of the NFPA 13D/13R Residential Sprinkler Systems Technical Committee for three cycles. Steve served as Chair of the Installation Committee for California State Fire Marshal’s 2009 Residential Sprinkler Code Adoption Task Group and Co-Chair of the ICC Ad-Hoc Committee on Residential Fire Sprinklers. Over the course of his career, Steve has worked on all manner of residential, commercial/ industrial, institutional and high-rise projects in the United States, Middle East and Mexico.