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November Meeting Recap:
Gary Glide presented a great overview of the changes DSA has incorporated. His 30 years of experience provided “ hands on” information to our members. The presentation generated questions not only from the architects and specifiers in the audience, but was also very eye opening for vendors to understand the role DSA plays and how that effects the timing of projects. With DSA concentrating on only three segments of the documents it will free up valuable time with the inspectors and save money not dealing with incidental change orders.
Gary McGavin professor of Architecture Cal Poly Background. Tan Diep, PPG
Left to right: Gregory Clements Malarkey Roofing, Kevin Lundberg. Ingersoll Rand Security, Fred Diamond, Citrus College
Eric Stovner. Critical Structures
If anyone would like to discuss the topic in more detail with Gary, please contact Fred Diamond of Citrus College for his contact information.
Date: November 14th, 2013
Location: Holiday Inn Ontario Airport
Address: 2155 E Convention Center Way, Ontario, CA 91764
Social: 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Announcements: 6:30 – 6:45 pm
Dinner: 6:45 - 7:30 pm
Presentation: 7:30 - 8:30 pm
Topic: What’s new at DSA . . . new Business and Inspection Protocols
Guest Speaker: Mr. Gary Gilde, IOR, PMP
Mr. Gilde has been in the construction and inspection industry for approximately 30 years and he has worked on numerous DSA projects including K-12 and higher education facility capital projects. With the newly implemented Division of the State Architect (DSA) protocols regarding inspection, reporting, close-out and electronic cloud-based tools, there are many intricacies that require review and clarification. Mr. Gilde will provide an overview of this new process and shed some light on the new DSA program that has been implemented to increase efficiency on behalf of DSA and secure more projects that are “Closed with Certification."
Holiday Inn, Ontario Airport
The Inland Empire Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute