The “Brown Bag” Code Series: How Code and ANSI Relate

The St. Louis Professional Chapter of the International Code Council

American Institute of Architects St. Louis Building Code Committee

 

Present

 

The “Brown Bag” Code Series:  How Code and ANSI Relate                                       

 

Presenter:                Gina Hilberry, AIA

                                    Cohen Hilberry Architects

 

Date:                          Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Time:                         Noon – 1:00 pm

Location:                  Clayton City Hall, 2nd Floor

10 North Bemiston Ave, Clayton, MO 63105

Credits:                     AIA – 1.0 Hour (HSW)

ICC – 0.1 Contact Hour

Missouri Fire Inspectors – 1.0 Hour

Registration Fee:   Cash or Check (payable to AIA St. Louis) at the door.

AIA/ICC/MABOI Members/Fire Marshals:           $  5.00

Associate AIA Members:                                      $  3.00

Non-Members:                                                     $10.00

 

 

BRING YOUR OWN “BROWN BAG” LUNCH AND BEVERAGE. Carry-out is available nearby.

Beverage vending machines are available in City Hall and Fire Station.

 

PARKING:        ON-STREET – $1.50/HR. (effective 11/28/16): METERED; PAY STATION;

    MOBILE APP (PassportParking)

PIERRE LACLEDE CENTER GARAGE (enter on Forsyth east of Fire Station)

CENTENE GARAGE (enter on Forsyth east & across from Fire Station)

 

 

FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 314-621-3484 OR EMAIL [email protected]

Job Opportunity – NEIGHBORHOOD PRESERVATION LEAD INSPECTOR | St. Louis County, Missouri

 

Division of Personnel

 
INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF:
NEIGHBORHOOD PRESERVATION LEAD INSPECTOR

An Equal Opportunity Employer

SALARY INFORMATION:
$21.54 – $26.74 Hourly    $44,803.20 – $55,619.20 Annually

OPENING DATE: 12/21/16

CLOSING DATE: 01/11/17 11:59 PM

DESCRIPTION: If you have previously applied for this position, you do not need to re-apply.

Positions in this job classification function as a lead worker and are responsible for performing re-occupancy inspections of existing structures and sites, to determine compliance with applicable codes, ordinances, standards, plans and specifications. Work involves assisting Inspectors on complex or sensitive projects, conducting quality control reviews, coaching and counseling to improve performance, providing input concerning performance appraisals, assisting in training and instruction, evaluating and distributing inspections and special assignments and assisting Inspectors in establishing daily schedules of inspections.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:  Assist lower level workers on complex or sensitive projects, conduct quality control reviews and assist in establishing daily schedules of inspections.

Inspect and evaluate electrical equipment installation, mechanical equipment and systems, property maintenance and plumbing systems on residential, commercial and industrial buildings by making detailed examinations of sites, evaluating materials, methods and practices, preparing accurate reports, issuing violation notices, controlling work hazards, and testifying in hearings.

Inspect buildings for emergency preparedness program support.

Enforce codes and ordinances for property maintenance and re-occupancy.

Perform administrative and enforcement tasks.

Perform other duties as required or assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Equivalent to five years of experience in building construction and maintenance, field inspection or other related work.

Possession of a valid Driver’s License.

AACE (American Association of Code Enforcement), ICC (International Code Council), or any other approved organization as a Property Maintenance and Housing Inspector.

EQUIPMENT USED: (Illustrative examples) CRT/PC work station, tape measure/measuring wheel, light meter, locator and zoning maps, hand level, electrical testing equipment, camera, telephone, thermometer, automobile, van, light truck (up to 2 1/2 tons).
WORKING CONDITIONS: Balance, bend at waist, climb stairs, exposure to dust/dirt, fumes, hazardous materials and aggressive or hostile animals and people, kneel, lift, push/pull, reach above shoulder level, sit, squat, stand, stoop, walk for long periods, and work in extreme temperatures out of doors.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED AND FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.stlouisco.com
OR
41 South Central
7th Floor
St. Louis, MO 63105
(314) 615-5429
EXAM #2016-00368
NEIGHBORHOOD PRESERVATION LEAD INSPECTOR
CJ

 

Neighborhood Preservation Lead Inspector Supplemental Questionnaire

 

 
* 1. Do you have a current and valid Driver’s License?
Yes    No
 
* 2. Explain five years of experience in building construction and maintenance, field inspection or other related work.
* 3. Explain five years of experience in building construction and maintenance, field inspection or other related work.
* 4. List any Certification by ICC (International Code Council), AACE (American Association of Code Enforcement) or any other approved organization as a Property Maintenance and Housing Inspector that you possess.
* 5. Has your driver’s license ever been suspended? If so, please explain.
* Required Question

 

Missouri Licensing, Sealing, and Submitting (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER) – December 8, 2016 @ Creve Coeur

Seminar:

The program will provide an overview of Chapter 327 RSMo statutes and related administrative rules found in Missouri’s Code of State Regulations as they apply to the practice of licensed design professionals including the sealing of drawings, specifications and other technical submissions.

The focus will be on the following topics:

  • The definition and responsibility of professionals licensed under Chapter 327.
  • Exemptions for non-licensed individuals to provide certain limited design services.
  • Definition of Incidental Practice.
  • Are there any state agencies or political subdivisions in Missouri that are exempt from using licensed professionals in the construction of public works?
  • The minimum information that must be included on documents that are sealed by licensed professionals.
  • The options for affixing the seal of licensed professionals to documents that are transmitted to others.

Who should attend:

  • Code Officials (CEU’s—0.15)
  • Plans Examiners (CEU’s—0.15)
  • Inspectors (CEU’s—0.15)

Where / When:

Creve Coeur City Hall, 300 N New Ballas Rd, Creve Coeur, MO 63141

Sign-in: 11:15 am

Seminar: 11:30 am-1 pm

Registration:

Seminar Fee: FREE to MABOI Members

Includes: seminar and pizza

Pre-registration is required

Seating limited to 100 people

Information:

PAYMENTS: None

2015 ISPSC Overview / 2015 IRC Update (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER) by Tim Ryan – December 15, 2016 @ Maryland Heights

Seminar:

Morning: 2015 ISPSC Overview – This seminar will introduce you to the 2015 International Swimming Pool and Spa Code (ISPSC). The seminar is designed to address the needs of code officials, contractors, installers, architects and pool builders. The seminar includes information regarding energy, barriers, suction entrapment and circulation systems and much more. We will also discuss the benefits of adopting this all-encompassing code and what it means for enforcement agencies.

Afternoon: 2015 IRC Update – It is important to have an up-to-date residential construction code addressing the design and construction of one- and two-family dwellings and townhouses to protect the health and safety of the public, as well as provide affordable housing. There have been key changes made to the International Residential Code® (IRC®) since the 2012 edition. This seminar highlights many of the differences between the 2012 and 2015 editions. The scope of the IRC requires compliance with the International Building Code® (IBC®). This course will identify important changes in the IRC from 2012 to 2015 edition. Participants will be presented with those changes that will most impact their use of the code when they adopt the 2015 IRC. The learner will receive an overview of the most important code changes.

Who should attend:

  • Code Officials (CEU’s—0.6)
  • Plans Examiners (CEU’s—0.6)
  • Inspectors (CEU’s—0.6)

Where / When:

Maryland Heights Court Room, 11911 Dorsett Road, Maryland Heights, MO 63043

Sign-in / Breakfast: 8:30 am

Seminar: 9 am-4 pm

Registration:

Seminar Fee: MABOI Members: $35

Includes: breakfast, seminar, and lunch

Pre-registration is required

Seating limited to 50 people

Information:

Fundamentals of the 2015 Energy Conservation Code (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER) – November 21, 2016 @ St. Peters

Seminar:

An overview of the fundamentals of the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code

Who should attend:

  • Code Officials (CEU’s—0.6)
  • Plans Examiners (CEU’s—0.6)
  • Inspectors (CEU’s—0.6)

Where / When:

St. Peters Police Department, 1020 Grand Teton Drive, St. Peters, MO  63376 (Parking across the street at the mall)

Sign-in / Breakfast: 8:30 am

Seminar: 9 am-4 pm

Registration:

Seminar Fee: MABOI Members: $50

Includes: breakfast, seminar, and lunch

Pre-registration is required

Seating limited to 50 people

Information:

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