Join AFSA Colorado on Wednesday April 20 for a session on Anti-Freeze and Construction Litigation and Forensics. Lunch will be provided. You must register no later than April 15 to attend.
10:00AM - 2:00PM
North Metro Fire Rescue Training Center / 1006 Weld County Road 11, Northglenn, CO 80516
The first part of the session:
Anti-Freeze panel discussion with Q&A.
Representatives from Colorado Department of Fire Prevention and Control, Tyco Fire Protection Products, Noble, and G2 Solutions have confirmed. More details to follow.
The second part of the session:
Choose Foresight not Hindsight: The Highs and Lows of Anti-Freeze and Common Fire Protection Litigation Issues
-with Kate Strauss and Adam Farnham
Wrapping up the session:
OCIP/CCIP - Things every contractor should be aware of
REGISTRATION LINK https://afsacoloradochapter.wildapricot.org/event-4736930
$15 - AHJs
$20 - Members of both AFSA National & AFSA Colorado Chapter
$30 - Members of AFSA National
NOTE: You must have online access to the new website in order to register. If you have not already set up your online account, you can do so by visiting the link below. For new accounts, click "Forgot Password" and enter the email address used for this notice to receive a link to set your own password. After your account is set up, you will be able to edit your information if needed.
About your presenters:
Kate Strauss is an experienced counselor and advocate, with a practice equally dedicated to advising clients on corporate and transaction matters, and litigation on behalf of her clients. Kate’s litigation cases address issues such as construction defect, mechanic’s lien foreclosures, delays and scheduling impact claims, and other contract entitlement questions. Her clients include general contractors, design professionals, subcontractors and specialty trades, and material suppliers.
Adam Farnham is the Technical Lead of Envista’s Fire Protection Engineering group. With over 25 years of experience performing forensic consulting investigations, a master’s degree, and holding multi-state licensing in Fire Protection Engineering, Mr. Farnham specializes in damage assessments and failure analyses of complex fire protection systems. His skillset includes not only water-based systems, but all active (requiring energy to operate), passive (e.g. structural) and special protection systems (e.g. UL300, Halon, Carbon Dioxide, Halon Replacement, etc.), in addition to associated detection, HVAC and alarm systems.