Overview of Changes in TMS 402/602-22 and Review of the Specification for Masonry Structures
October 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
TMS 402/602-22 Night School – Session #1
This webinar will review the major changes from the 2016 edition to the 2022 edition of TMS 402/602. The 2022 edition was created using the first six-year revision cycle, allowing more comprehensive consideration of significant changes and reorganization of these Masonry Standards. In addition to reviewing the changes to the standards, this presentation will review the Specification for Masonry Structures (TMS 602), and will discuss the importance of why designers should be aware of how masonry is constructed.
- Evaluate and utilize Masonry Standard updates
- Specify documents that are consistent with the current code
- Organize construction documents to be consistent with current codes and standards
- Recognize issues related to masonry construction
Credit: 1 PDH / 0.10 CEU / 1 LU
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About the Presenter
John Chrysler, PE, FTMS, has been active in the masonry industry since 1968 working for a large commercial masonry contractor for 25 years, then joining the Masonry Institute of America in 1993 where he currently serves as Executive Director. He has held contractor licenses in California, Nevada and Hawaii and is a licensed PE in California and Arizona. Additionally, John is a Certified Structural Masonry Special Inspector for both International Code Council and California Division of the State Architect. He also serves on the ICC Exam Development Committee for masonry inspection.
Chrysler is Past President and Fellow Member of The Masonry Society and has also served on TMS Board of Directors. He has actively served on TMS Committee 402/602 since 1996, chaired the Construction Requirements Subcommittee for 9 years and was (2022) TMS 402/602 Main Committee Chair. Chrysler is a frequent presenter of seminars and webinars on design, construction and quality of masonry. As Director of the Masonry Institute, Chrysler was involved in developing and updating more than a dozen publications based on the International Building Code and IBC referenced standards.