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Protection of Adjacent Buildings During Construction

Day-to-day monitoring and mitigation of the fire risk during construction is a responsibility of the owner, and typically carried out by the contractor.  However it is becoming more common for local authorities to require a Fire Protection Engineer or other professionals to assess the risk of fire exposure onto adjacent buildings, and propose additional methods for protection when a building under construction is not sufficiently separated from adjacent property. 

In this presentation, John Bolduc from CFT Engineering will discuss the Code requirements pertaining to protection of adjacent buildings during construction, the challenges in defining reasonable and appropriate methods that should be considered adequate to address protection of adjacent buildings during construction, and how this requirement of the contractor and owner is being audited by local authorities.

Date:  January 21, 2020
Time: Registration and Reception 5:30pm
Location: False Creek Yacht Club (1661 Granville Street)
Cost: Members - $35; Non-members $40. Please bring cash or a cheque payable to BC Society of Fire Protection Engineers to cover the cost of dinner.
Registration Deadline: January 17, 2020

Free parking is available in the Yacht Club parking lot.

Start date: 
Tuesday, January 21, 2020 - 17:30
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