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- 12:30 to 12:45 PM – Presentation 1 – Overview of Universal Accessibility in Commercial Buildings. CCQ Building Code and National Standard for Accessible Design B-651
- 12:45 to 1:15 PM – Presentation 2 - The WELL Health-Safety Rating: A Building Manager’s Viewpoint
- 1:15 to 13:30 PM – Pause
- 1:30 to 2:15 PM Presentation 3 – Municipal By-law 20-030: Rainwater Management on Private Property
- 2:15 to 2:30 PM – Closing words and thanks
Presentation 1 – Overview of Universal Accessibility in Commercial Buildings. CCQ Building Code and National Standard for Accessible Design B-651
- Design requirements
- Obstacle-free design
- Current CCQ 2010 design standards (an overview)
- Outdoor amenities
- Entrances and access
- Pathways through the building
- Bathrooms and showers.
- Federal B-651design standards – Scope of application
- Differences and issues
- Overview of what’s to come.
Guest Speaker :
- Stéphane Carrière, Vice-President, Architect (OAQ, OAA, ATM Uptime), Cohésio Architecture
Presentation 2 – The WELL Health-Safety Rating: A Building Manager’s Viewpoint
While organizations the world over are responding to the COVID-19 crisis by updating their policies and protocols, the WELL health-safety rating offers an opportunity to guide, validate, acknowledge and intensify the efforts of building owners and managers to prepare for a safe re-entry that facilitates a healthy, safe space for all building occupants. Certification includes a WELL Health-Safety seal, a visible indication of leadership and commitment to the health and well-being of people using a WELL-certified building.
Guest Speaker :
- Bruno Meunier, Eng., MBA, Vice-President, Operations, Kevric
Presentation 3 – New Municipal By-law 20-030: Rainwater Management on Private Property
Over the past decade we have been experiencing a complete revolution in the way rainwater is managed in the urban environment. Indeed, a complete overhaul of federal and provincial requirements affecting both private owners and municipalities imposes on the latter a complete revision to their approach to water management. The revision adds an environmental dimension to the traditional focus on retention basins.
By-law 20-030 reflects a global trend. The goal of the presentation is to present the general context that led to the passing of the new by-law, outlining its objectives and the new requirements imposed on owners of buildings in Montreal.
Guest Speaker :
- Brahim Amarouche, Head of Water Management Regulation Section, City of Montreal.
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