218 - Rock Out to Texas Accessibility Standards
• Rob Roy Parnell, AIA | Texas State University System
• Jack W. Stamps | Managing Investigator | Texas Board of Architectural Examiners
• Norman Kieke | Program Specialist V, Team Lead | Architectural Barriers Program, Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
• Crisi Cooper, M. Arch | Accessibility Specialist | Architectural Barriers Program, Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Date: 11/11/2017 |
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
LUHs: 1.5 |
HSW: Yes |
ADA: Yes |
GBCI: No |
Through October 02: $0.00
Through November 03: $0.00
Onsite November 03: $0.00
Austin, Texas, the live music capital of the world, and the mandatory requirement for learning units regarding the Texas Accessibility Standards: What do these two have in common? Not much — until now! Rob Roy Parnell, AIA, has been a singer, songwriter, and performer, and has been mixing rockin’ blues, boogie woogie, R&B, and soul, for over 35 years, playing for audiences throughout the U.S. With harmonica in hand, he is recognized as one of America’s finest players with two nationally acclaimed CDs under his belt.
Parnell brings his band and music, and his expertise with Texas Accessibility Standards as a registered accessibility specialist with more than 20 years’ experience, for a live performance intertwined with discussing key points of the Texas Accessibility Standards.
Jack Stamps from the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners will join him, with guitar in hand, as will Robert Posey, architectural program manager for the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, to discuss key (no pun intended) points on Texas Accessibility Standards and Texas’ design professionals.
Come experience the fun process of getting those accessibility learning units for your continuing education requirements!