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Title 24 Training
December 10, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm PSTFree – $15
Title 24 Training
Learning Units: 1.5
As part of an ongoing series in partnership with Southern California Edison, Okapi Architecture presents a 90 minute summary of the most recent changes to Title 24, discusses how to effectively utilize the Energy Code ACE website, and link architects to the statewide IOU Codes and Standards team who are charged with implementing the new standards.
Title 24 of the California Code of Regulations, known as the California Building Standards Code or just “Title 24,” contains the regulations that govern the construction of buildings in California.
Presenter: Ying Wang, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, O+M, and LEED Fellow – President, Okapi Architecture
- Attendees will leave the training with greater working knowledge of the changes to Title 24 that will assist them in more effective project management and client relationships.
- Receive an inital training regarding the benefits of referring to and using IOU-sponsored Energy Code ACE website that offers a wide variety of tools conducive to implementing the updated standards.
- Attendees will also view projects that have sucessfully implemented the changes in Title 24 as best practice examples, increasing their knowledge base through practical applications
- The presentations are intereactive and designed to offer attendees the opportunity to ask key questions based on attendees ongoing professional work.
Ying Wang, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, O+M, and LEED Fellow – President, Okapi Architecture
Ying Wang,AIA, LEED AP BD+C and O+M and LEED Fellow, is a registered architect in California and other states. She earned master degree in architecture from Virginia Tech University. She has compiled an impressive thirty-plus years in architecture, program management and teaching.
As president of Okapi Architecture, she manages multiple multi-million dollar energy programs supported by the Los Angeles Department Water & Power, Southern Gas Company, and Southern California Edison. She provides technical assistance to the Statewide Savings By Design Energy Efficiency program, including Net Zero Energy and other sustainability measures.
She has been actively involved in the impressive market growth of LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and CHPS (Collaborative for High Performance Schools) for many years. Believing energy efficiency is the solution to the energy crisis and climate change, she applies innovative solutions on the technical aspects of buildings.
She has managed the green schools program for Los Angeles Unified, San Bernardino City Unified and various southern California charter schools. Approximately 200 existing building renovations, and new schools have been built under her leadership. Those schools provide quality, ene4rgy efficient learning environments for students and teachers.