June Virtual Meeting: Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) with Kevin Casey
June 10 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm$10
With the limited housing availability in the Bay Area, Accessory Dwelling Units, also known as ADUs, have become a popular way to infill housing in an urban environment. Many cities are encouraging building backyard “granny flats” and the California Residential Code even has a new appendix for Tiny Houses. With their growing popularity, it is critical for home inspectors to know how to inspect them. Kevin Casey is the CEO of New Avenue, a home builder specializing in ADU, with over 100 built since 2009.
5:30pm Login and Socialize Join a few minutes early to sort out technical issues and chat with your fellow inspectors.
6:00pm Pre-Meeting John Fryer, local municipal inspector and former home inspector, will have a slideshow about new construction inspections. (Attendees will earn an additional ASHI CE)
7:00pm Chapter Meeting Chapter president Paul Barraza will lead a short business meeting to cover chapter and ASHI business, committee reports, and upcoming educational opportunities.
7:30pm Main Speaker Kevin Casey will discuss Accessory Dwelling Units (Attendees will earn an additional ASHI CE)
Kevin Casey is the CEO and founder of New Avenue. Starting in 2009, he designed, permitted and built the company’s first 20 projects. As the company has evolved, Kevin’s role has shifted to focus on managing the business, strategizing opportunities for growth, advocating for sustainable housing, and empowering the design and construction teams.