REMINDER: MABOI Seminar: 2016 MABOI Products and Materials Symposium (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER) – September 13, 2016 @ Syberg’s – Dorsett, Maryland Heights

maboi-site-logo-white-right3Please note, this seminar is offered free to MABOI members.  You must be a member to attend.  We will be auditing the registration.  If you are unsure whether you are a member or not, please contact [email protected]

Seminar:

The 2016 MABOI Products and Materials Symposium will feature 4 separate speakers discussing different building products and materials:

  • Session 1: Moisture Management in Residential Construction – Hallmark (Representing Tyvek) (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER)
  • Session 2: Types of Grease Interceptors and the Standards that Govern Them – Schier Products (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER)
  • Session 3: Structural Wood Fasteners and FastenMaster Products –FastenMaster Products (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER)
  • Session 4: Confidence Even Under Fire – 3M Firestopping – 3M (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER)

Who should attend:

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

Where / When:

Syberg’s Dorsett, 2430 Old Dorsett Rd, Maryland Heights, MO 63043

Sign-in / Breakfast: 8:30 am

Seminar: 9 am-4 pm

Registration:

Seminar Fee: MABOI Members: FREE

Includes: breakfast, lunch and seminar

Pre-registration is required

Seating limited to 100 people

Information:

PAYMENTS: MABOI MEMBERS ARE FREE; MUST BE A MABOI MEMBER TO ATTEND

From the ICC: Two bills to watch on Capitol Hill

icc-logoElection season may be in full swing and the legislative session may be winding down, but that doesn’t mean that the Government Relations staff in Washington, D.C., is kicking back their heels. There’s still a number of bills that the federal team is tracking that could have a big impact on building codes. Two of these bills will likely gain momentum when Congress returns in September.

The first bill is known as the Comprehensive Energy Bill, but it’s actually two pieces of legislation, the Energy Policy Modernization Act, out of the Senate, and the North American Energy Security and Infrastructure Act, out of the House. Both have passed their respective chamber, but there are some conflicting amendments, and so it’s in a conference committee now as legislators try to hammer out the details. Throughout the process, ICC has been working with allies like the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and the High Performance Building Congressional Caucus Coalition (HPBCCC) to ensure energy codes remain an important piece of American energy policy moving forward. The House bill contains an amendment limiting the participation of the US Department of Energy in the ICC code development process, which would deprive it of the voice of an important stakeholder with a good deal to contribute in terms of science-based research and data. ICC has not taken an official position on these bills.

The second bill, the National Mitigation Investment Act, is gaining momentum in the House right now. The idea behind the bill is to reduce federal post-disaster spending by providing money and other incentives to states to adopt strong building codes, enforce them, and use the money they’d have spent on disasters on the front end to help save lives and property, among other provisions. ICC has been working with the BuildStrong Coalition to help it get it enacted, directly participating in dozens of meetings on Capitol Hill this summer to promote it. One of the most important things it has going for it is that it was introduced with bipartisan support and has 15 cosponsors from both sides of the aisle, proving that building safety is a priority that cuts across party lines.

If you’re interested in finding more about these or other federal legislation the GR staff is tracking in D.C., check out ICC’s Federal Activities page, featuring video breakdowns of bills, national happenings, and a real-time legislative tracker so that you can follow along with us about legislation that affects the building code industry.

AIA / Professional Chapter Training – The ABCs of LEDs | September 13, 2016 at Clayton City Hall

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: 

                                              

The ABC’s of LED’s

 

 

Presenters:              Milton Murry, P.E.

                                    Jesse Morrison, LC, Schaeffer Marketing Group

 

Date:                          Tuesday, September 13, 2016

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 METERED (Maryland Avenue, North Bemiston Avenue, Forsyth Blvd.)                                             $1.00/HR.

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

$1.00/1ST HR. +  $1.00/EACH ADDITIONAL ½ HR.

CENTENE GARAGE (enter on Forsyth east & across from Fire Station) $5.00/HR.

 

 

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

 

 

 

Job Opportunity – Building Inspector | City of Pacific

City of Pacific, Missouri
Position Posting
Building Inspector

The City of Pacific, Missouri is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Building Inspector. The Building Inspector is responsible for the enforcement of duly adopted Building Codes and related ordinances of the City of Pacific. The Building Inspector is also responsible for enforcement of the city’s Occupancy Codes. The ideal candidate will have International Code Council certifications in residential, commercial and property maintenance code enforcement, and will have a minimum of three years experience performing building and occupancy inspections in a municipal government setting. Previous experience performing National Electric Code inspections is highly desired. Experience in performing combination inspections including plumbing, electrical and mechanical code enforcement is also desired.

The Building Inspector position is a full-time position. Salary range is $38,000 to $45,000 depending on experience. The City of Pacific offers excellent health insurance and pension benefits. This position is open until filled.

Prospective applicants should send a completed application, including resume and cover letter, to the City of Pacific, 300 Hoven Drive, Pacific, MO 63069, attn. Steve Roth, City Administrator. Please contact Mr. Roth at 636-271-0500 for more information.

The City of Pacific is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Click on this link for more info: Building Inspector position posting

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