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Central Pennsylvania Construction Specifications Institute UCC Update & Dinner Meeting
November 8, 2016 @ 6:00 am - 9:00 pm
Tuesday, November 8th
at the RADISSON HOTEL
1150 Camp Hill Bypass
Camp Hill, PA
You’re Invited to the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute Dinner Meeting featuring an Update on Pennsylvania’s Uniform Construction Code from Holly Lubart and Amal Mahrouki of AIA Pennsylvania!
Attitude Adjustment at 6:00 p.m. | Dinner at 6:30 p.m. | UCC Codes Update Presentation at 7:15 p.m.
Dinner reservations, including special dietary menu requirements, must be made no later than FRIDAY, NOON, November 4th by contacting Logan Myers at firstname.lastname@example.org or (570) 850-6330.
This presentation will be registered with the AIA Continuing Education System
for 1 Learning Unit for Health, Safety & Welfare.
FREE to First-Time Guests/Visitors
$10.00 for Students
$25.00/person for all others (pay at door w/ check or cash)
Chef’s Choice Buffet
Special Dietary menus (vegetarian, low fat, low sodium or other) available upon request.
AIA Pennsylvania’s presentation will examine the historical background for the Pennsylvania Uniform Construction Code (PA UCC), the evolution of the PA UCC regulatory adoption process since its inception, including the role of the Review and Advisory Council, and recent and proposed updates to the adoption process and regulations.
AIA Pennsylvania has been closely involved in monitoring the PA UCC process and continuously advocates for improvements to the Code process and regulations on behalf of its constituency and for the betterment of public health, safety and welfare.
Holly & Amal have both served at AIA Pennsylvania for over 2 years and are the internal registered lobbyists for AIA. Prior to AIA PA, Holly served as Legislative Director for the Department of General Services, worked at the PA House of Representatives and numerous other positions in state government and public affairs. Prior to AIA Pennsylvania, Amal worked as an intern at Greenlee Associates and the Alzheimers Association.