Construction Specifications Canada Vancouver Chapter
Saving Lives Through Construction Specifications Presented by: Enzo Saponaro with DIV7 Building Systems In-Person or Zoom - Thursday April 13th, 2023
Join us for an in-depth conversation on firestopping. This presentation will provide an analysis of fire physics as it applies to firestop along with a review of current language used on 07 84 00 and opportunities for improvement: Quality Assurance and Products. We will discuss the up coming code changes (ASTM E2307), Electrical Boxes & Smoke Seals (07 84 00 and or 07 92 00) and what is a 0Hr wall.
Fire physics & simple code review
Firestop best practices )products and applications
ASTM E2307 Perimeter Fire Protection of Curtain Wall Assemblies
07 84 00 (07 92 00) Firestopping and Smoke Seal specification Review
Recessed Electrical Boxes 220.127.116.11 and Electrical Panel Boxes
SPEAKER - Enzo Saponaro
Enzo Saponaro is the principal of DIV7 Building Systems. He has over 22 years of experience working in the construction industry focused on Firestop and Building Envelope. His career started with Hilti Canada, as a Fire Protection Engineer, and then founded NARO Building Systems Ltd in September 2009 which evolved to DIV7 Building Systems. Enzo holds an Executive MBA from Simon Fraser University and an M.Eng. in Fire Protection from the University of British Columbia. Enzo is published and is a licensed Professional Engineer (P.Eng in Fire Protection) in the province of British Columbia.
COST: In Person Option& Zoom $40.00 plus GST for pre-registered CSC members / Association Executive Directors $50.00 plus GST for non-members
PARKING: There is a pay parking facility across the street REGISTRATION: Register through Karelo: ONLINE REGISTRATION
COVID PROTOCOLS If you feel sick or have any flu like symptoms please do not attend and stay home. If you still wish to attend/view the presentation please let the organizer know, and we can forward on the zoom link. Masks are recommended to be worn during the presentation but under provincial law no longer required.