The Fair Housing Project of Legal Aid of North Carolina and The RL Mace Universal Design Institute are pleased to announce a FREE virtual training on the federal Fair Housing Act’s design and construction accessibility requirements.
This is a technical training, ideal for architects, engineers, housing developers, builders, contractors, code officials, inspectors, attorneys, and others who are involved in the development of multi-family housing.
Fair Housing: Designing & Constructing Accessible Housing
Thursday, October 13, 2022
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
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Continuing Education Opportunity (PDH; BOMI CPD; AIA HSW/LU CEU)
This is a FREE TRAINING, but advanced registration is required.
- Learn About the Fair Housing Act’s Design and Construction Requirements:
- What are the design and construction requirements of the Fair Housing Act?
- What properties must comply with these requirements?
- What features in the common areas must be accessible?
- What features in the unit must be accessible?
- How are these requirements enforced?
- Who Should Attend?
- Architects and Engineers;
- Developers, Builders, and Contractors;
- Code Officials and Inspectors;
- Attorneys; and
- Others who are involved in the development of multi-family housing that is accessible to individuals with disabilities.
For More Information: Contact the Fair Housing Project at (855) 797-3247 or email@example.com.