Author: Chris Gaw

Job Opportunity – CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER | City of Crestwood

  CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER JOB NOTICE The City of Crestwood is seeking candidates for the position of Code Enforcement Officer. This position performs daily inspection of the exterior of residential, commercial/industrial properties for possible City Code violations. Responds to reports of violations of the City Code in regard to residential and commercial/industrial properties. Duties include the coordination and enforcement of City ordinances, rules, and regulations … Continue reading Job Opportunity – CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER | City of Crestwood »

THIS WEEKEND! | Night out at the shooting range | Saturday April 7th 2018

MABOI Social Event – Night out at the Shooting Range (3rd) Gateway Gun Club– 13547 Missouri Bottom Rd. Bridgeton Mo. 63044   (314-344-1050) Date: Saturday, April 7, 2018 Time: 4pm until 10pm or later… Dinner: Starting @ 5:00pm   ***MABOI members attending will have access to the pistol range at a reduced rate of $10 per hour per person. The shotgun range will also be available … Continue reading THIS WEEKEND! | Night out at the shooting range | Saturday April 7th 2018 »

2015 IRC Wood Wall Bracing Provisions | University City | Friday May 25th, 2018

  TITLE: 2015 IRC Wood Wall Bracing Provisions COURSE DESCRIPTION:This seminar provides a comprehensive explanation of the 2015 International Residential Code (IRC) Wood Wall bracing requirements. The seminar will focus on basic requirements and clarify the application of wall bracing provisions in the IRC wall bracing Sections R602.10 thru R602.12. Goal: Participants will successfully apply the provisions of the 2015 IRC to case studies involving bracing … Continue reading 2015 IRC Wood Wall Bracing Provisions | University City | Friday May 25th, 2018 »

2015 IBC Building Classification | University City | April 20th, 2018

TITLE: 2015 IBC Building Classification   COURSE DESCRIPTION: This seminar addresses the key issues of the 2015 International Building Code (IBC) regarding the proper classification of buildings. The process for correctly evaluating a building for code compliance relies on a systematic approach to the determination of occupancy classification and construction type. Everything starts with the correct building classification! A clear understanding of the classification process provides … Continue reading 2015 IBC Building Classification | University City | April 20th, 2018 »