Title 24 Part 6: Let’s Talk About Residential Additions and Alterations and What’s New For 2019
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This Lunch and Learn has been co-organized by the Custom Residential Architects Network committee and COTE (Committee on the Environment).

When: Thursday, August 8
12:00 - 1:00 PM
Where: Peninsula Building Materials
Conference Room
2490 Charleston Road
Mountain View
United States
Contact: Chris Burnham

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Title 24 Part 6:
Let’s Talk About Residential Additions and Alterations, and What’s New For 2019

Join us as we review the upcoming changes included in the 2019 Energy code specific to single family
residential construction. We will be discussing the impact of the new requirements not only for new single
family homes,but how they apply to residential alterations and additions.

Please bring your own brown bag lunch.



Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how the Energy Code trigger for additions and alterations versus a new home;
  • Recognize how the energy code requirements for California are developed;
  • Incorporate the Energy Code building feature requirements to the design of a residential project;
  • Identify resources, tools and training through Energy Code Ace.





Gina Rodda, Principal gina@gabelenergy.com

In the energy modeling field since 1991, Gina Rodda is the current owner of Gabel Energy in Castro Valley, CA. She serves as an instructor of several full day IOUs Codes and Standards trainings (Energy Code Ace) on the Residential and Nonresidential Title 24 Building Energy Efficiency Standards for building department staff, energy consultants, architects, contractors and design engineers. Certified Energy Analyst (CEA) through CABEC, and a LEED AP specializing in nonresidential energy modeling for Title24 Part 6 and LEED.