Architecture Canada n°3 2nd semestre 2007
Architecture Canada n°3 2nd semestre 2007
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Close to 1300 technical changes Clarification of the rationale behind each provision New information for evaluating alternative solutions'fi r the ture T he 2005 editions of the National Building, Fi re and Plumbing Codes of Canada offer many improvements over the 1995 editions, including technicalupdates and new information to help you understand how to satisfy the Codes'provisions. Printed versions are available in two practical formats-binder and soft cover. CD-ROM versions are now also available to help you use the Codes more efficiently ! Current Close to 1300 technical changes have been included in the Codes to address advances in technology as wellas health and safety concerns raised si nee the 1995 editions. Clear Additional information explains the objectives that the Codes'provisions are intended to achieveand describes the functions that a building must performto fulfil\these objectives. Flexible The additional information allows for flexi bi\ity by helplng users evaluate alternative solutions. The 2005 Codes are therefore easier to apply to exlstlng buildings and more responsive to innovation.• National Research Conseil national Council Canada de recherches Canada Just Released ! The CD-ROM version of the Codes includes the Code provisions and valuable supplementary information, which is not available in the printed versions, namely application statements (detai\ed statements on wh at the provisions apply to) and lntent statements (detailed statements on the specifie intent of the provisions). The application and intent statements are also published separately as User's Guides on the CD-ROM. Main Features of Codes on CD-ROM• Links allowing easy navigation between Code Parts• Instant links to cross-references, Appendix Notes, etc.• Powerful, easy-to-use search engine• Technical changes displayed on a colored background• Automaticupdating with revisions to the 2005 Codes For more information : www.nationalcodes.ca 1-Soo-672-7990 or 1-613-993-2463 (Ottawa-Gatineau and U.S.) Start Planning for Tomorrow. Buy the Codes today ! www.nrc.gc.ca/virtualstore Canada
RAIC : A national voice for Architects and Architecture ! TThe Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, established in 1907, is a voluntary national association representing more than 3,500 architects, faculty and graduates of accredited Canadian Schools of Architecture from every region of the country. RAIC provides the national framework for the development and recognition of architectural excellence. Members include Licensed (or Registered) Architects, Architectural graduates, Intern Architects or Interns, as wellas full-time faculty members of a University School of Architecture. Architects who are resident outside Canada can become International Associates. Architects who have graduated outside Canada and are resident here in Canada may make a special application to be considered for full membership. A fulltime student from an architectural program in a Canadian accredited University School of Architecture or in the Syllabus program can become a Student Associate. Also, those who are involved in the design and construction industry and who are associated with the architectural profession can become Affiliates. Benefits include:• For full members, the MRAIC (Member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada) or FRAIC (Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada) designations.• Access to quality professional development programs, practice support documents, RAIC Committees and Working Groups, and international activities (such as Marmomacc and UIA Working Groups).• A listing in both the national RAIC printed and online Member Directories.• The monthly electronic Bulletin offering the latest information about the profession of architecture across Canada.• Part of the mission of the RAIC is the « development of excellence » and this is achieved through both Practice Support and Professional Development. Practice Support The RAIC provides a variety of documents that help Architects in their day-to-day practices, including:• The Canadian Handbook of Practice for Architects (CHOP) and its regularupdates ; • Standard contract documents such as Document Six — the Canadian Standard Formof Agreement Between Client and Architect, and other contract documents ; • The sale and distribution of industry documents prepared by the Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC), books and materials, and the National Master Specification. Professional Development The RAIC is committed to producing a quality professional development program and to ensure, to the extent possible, that all courses receive credits from the provincial and territorial associations of Architects and from the American Institute of Architects. For example, the RAIC offers the Field Review/General Review, which looks at the role of the Architect on a construction site and the role of others (such as owners, consultants, etc.) To date, the RAIC has developed and deliveredeight courses in this series from SDCB 101 — Fundamentals of Sustainable Design to SDCB 305 — Beyond Green : Adaptive, Restorative and Regenerative Design. New in 2007 is a session on Building Information Modelling (BIM). www.raic.org RAIC RAIC : The voice of architecture and its practice in Canada THE ROYAL ARCHITECTURAL INSTITUTE OF CANADA/L’INSTITUT ROYAL D’ARCHITECTURE DU CANADA ■ 11 www.raic.org/2007



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