Frequently asked questions
Although the ExAC committee and/or OAA do not endorse any preparation workshop for the ExAC, we made sure to coordinate our objectives with them and that we are not in conflict with their regulations.
Currently we do not sell the workshop material separately as they are fundamentally connected with the class presentation, and would not be useful without attending.
That said, we are working on a stand alone version and will announce to all subscribers.
- Explaining the structure and relationships within the code
- Find your way in the code
- Imagine a building and apply code requirements
- A part 9 scenario
- A part 3 scenario
- A dedicated period for questions
Mazen Alkhaddam is Architect for over 30 Years, Licensed member of OAA, experience obtained in all spectrum of architecture from Design to Occupancy. My background values were covered in the following categories:
1. Master Degree in Architecture & Planning, Ion Mincu Institute in Bucharest, Romania, 1986
2. Building Code Consultant , Practice Adviser and Technical Adviser
3. Member of BCC Building Code Commission and a Councilor at OAA Ontario Architects Association
4. Expressed high value on sustainability and Earth friendly, with large experience in LEED being LEEDAP
5. Advocate for Barrier-Free and Accessibility,
7. Teaching Project Management and Building code since the 90th, and training new staff
8. PM. Projects Management from Acquisition to Close-out and Risk Management
9. Design from concept to occupancy including Construction document and project administration.
10. Practice creating construction documents, Coordination, Building systems and Materials, Field review, etc..
11. Computer literate in AutoCad “2015”, Revit , MS Project, MS Office and other Software knowledge.
12. Problem Solving, Risk Management
That said, OBC3 is an advanced workshop where attendees need strong basic knowledge of the code in order to keep up with the workshop pace. We recommend attending OBC9 first then OBC3.