When will the 10th edition of the state building code be available for use? Will there be another version of the stretch energy code? Will net-zero energy requirements be incorporated into the future 10th edition state building code? In this presentation, AIA MA Executive Director, John Nunnari walks you through the latest legislative and regulatory developments pertaining to these questions, discusses what it all means and how members can get involved. Time will be allotted for questions and discussion.
Presenter(s): John Nunnari AIA, Executive Director of the Massachusetts chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA MA), which is a consortium of the Boston Society of Architects, the central Massachusetts chapter of the AIA, and the western Massachusetts chapter of the AIA.
Before his work with AIA MA, John worked for 15 years at HMFH Architects Inc. specializing in the design and construction of public schools. During that time, he was a long-standing member of both the AIA MA Government Affairs Committee (GAC) and the BSA Codes Committee, and co-chaired the GAC from 2008 till 2010. For the last ten years John has worked for AIA MA to implement its various legislative and regulatory policy goals. He has helped organize AIA MA’s bi-annual Freshman Legislators Breakfast and Architects Day on the Hill. As AIA MA’s registered lobbyist, he attends legislative and regulatory hearings and meets with legislators and regulators to discuss and promote AIA MA endorsed public policy positions. He has lobbied Congress on behalf of AIA National and is AIA MA’s appointed member to the AIA State Government Network.