FDNY Top Brass and BOMA/NY leadership head panels for Fire Code Seminar

January 11, 2010 - Owners Developers & Managers
Back by popular demand, our information packed Annual Fire Code Seminar takes on a new dimension this January 21 with a program that will not only inform owners and managers on what to expect from the new NYC Fire Code, but will also share the experiences of industry leaders who work with the code in their own properties.
Join us the morning of January 21 - registration starts at 8 a.m. sharp - and become as fully-informed as possible with a program emphasizing:
* An FDNY briefing on what managers can expect.
* How the new rules and procedures affect existing buildings in terms of testing and maintaining your fire protection systems, obtaining and issuing permits and construction of all types.
* Best Practices from leading property management executives.
Our speakers include top FDNY experts: Assistant chief Thomas Jensen, chief, FDNY Bureau of Fire Prevention; assistant chief Richard Tobin, Assistant chief, FDNY Bureau of Fire Prevention; assistant chief Joe Woznica, FDNY Bureau of Fire Prevention; Julian Bazel, Counsel to the Department, FDNY; James Hansen, director of fire code revision, FDNY; and chief Thomas Pigott, chief of technology management, FDNY.
Speakers representing New York's owner/managers will be Timothy Hogan, RPA Grubb & Ellis Management Services, Inc.; Thomas Hill, RPA, Boston Properties and Mark Landstrom, RPA, Cogswell Realty Group, LLC. Special thanks to Joseph Razza, PE of Rolf Jensen & Associates for organizing the seminar and serving as a moderator, and to Desmond Burke of Firequench, Inc., who will also serve as a moderator.

The cost is $130 for any employee of a BOMA/NY member firm and $165 for any non-member firm. If you have not yet received your registration information, please contact BOMA/NY's director of legislation Sylvester Giustino at [email protected] This seminar is always a sell-out, so please register early.


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