51st Annual MABOI Fall Conference | Margaritaville | October 14th-17th, 2021

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51st Annual MABOI Fall Conference | Margaritaville | October 14th-17th, 2021

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FREE LIVE SEMINAR AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS- NFPA 855, NFPA 80, HILTI | Sybergs | Thursday Sep 16, 2021

NFPA 855 Standard for Stationary Energy Storage Systems
NFPA 80. Standards for Fire Doors and Other Openings
HILTI- Firestop Life Saftey

WHEN: September 16th, 8:30 am – 3:30 PM 
WHERE: Sybergs – 2430 Old Dorsett Rd, Maryland Heights, MO 63043  
COST: Seminar Fee MABOI Members: FREE

Sign In @ 8:30

Presentation Begins @ 9AM

HILTI -3hrs

Firestop Life Saftey, Fire Saftey & Tall Wood Construction, & Fire, Smoke, & Egress Doors

Lunch @12PM (Chicken Breast w/ Pasta & Salad)

Presentation from 1PM until 4PM

NFPA- 3 HRS

NFPA 855 Standard for Stationary Energy Storage Systems, & NFPA 80. Standards for Fire Doors and Other Openings

51st Annual MABOI Fall Conference | Margaritaville | October 14th-17th, 2021

The Missouri Association of Building Officials and Inspectors (MABOI) will host the 51st Annual Fall Conference on October 14th-17th at Margaritaville resort, Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri.
This annual conference is an opportunity for individuals involved in building, fire, and other types of code enforcement to enhance their careers by learning about current construction methods, best practices regarding plan review and inspections, and refresh on “the basics” of code enforcement. In addition, the opportunity to make new contacts with other experts in the industry can be a worthwhile experience. The education schedule features top national instructors teaching seminars designed for Code Officials, Plans Examiners, Building Inspectors, Code Enforcement Officers, and Fire Officials. This conference is your opportunity to develop your understanding and application of the International Codes while earning CEUs.

Educational Schedule

Thursday 12 pm – 4 pm

International Existing Building Code Essentials: This class will be a combination of instruction and discussion pertaining to the 2021 IEBC. Topics will include but not be limited to:

  • Basic introduction to the 2021 IEBC
  • We will discuss changes to the IEBC from previous versions.
  • How to effectively use the IEBC
  • In depth discussion on the various compliance methods described in the IEBC
  • How those methods differ and how to ensure proper application ac- cording to the IEBC

Who will find this class useful?

  • Building Inspectors
  • Building Officials
  • Plans Examiners
  • Builders
  • Designers

Track 1

2021 IRC update and overview: Instructor: Gil Rossmiller

The course includes a discussion of the changes that have occurred from the 2015 to 2018 and then 2021 IRC and a discussion of the application and background of the changes. This is a two-day course.

Day one will be chapters 1 through 10 including building planning; foundation, floor, wall, and roof construction; exterior wall finishes; and roofing systems.

Day two will be chapters 11 through 33 including energy, mechanical ventilation, appliance venting, and plumbing updates. Come ready for some great conversations!

Track 2

2021 IBC update and overview: Instructor: Bill Clayton

The course includes a discussion of the changes that have occurred from the 2015 to 2018 and then 2021 IBC and a discussion of the application and background of the changes. This two-day course will present the significant changes and hands-on exercises to learn how to apply many of the changes.

Day one and two: Items of interest will be changes to chapter 6 type of Construction, Chapter 5 allowable height and area, Chapter 7 application of section 722, Chapter 23 wood frame including heavy timber construction, Chapter 3, occupancy groups, Chapter 4 special occupancy requirements, and introduction to changes to ANSI A117.1. Introduction to the Accessibility changes in chapter 11 of the IBC and 2017 ANSI.

Instructor Biographies

Gil Rossmiller

Gil has been in the construction industry for over 40 years, He brings a hands-on perspective to building code compliance. In 1994 he started his building code compliance career as a building inspector then plans examiner and served as the Chief Building Official for Parker, Colorado from 2003-2016. Gil has been active in building code development. He served on the International Residential Code / Plumbing and Mechanical code development committee for the 2009 and 2012 editions of the IRC. Along with his current plans examining and inspection duties, Gil has been an instructor for several organizations. Colorado Chapter ICC Educational Institute, EduCode, Region III, Washington Association of Building Officials, Johnson County Contractor Licensing Dept. and Arizona Building Officials.

Bill Clayton, CBO

Bill has 30+ years of commercial & residential combination inspector experience,25 years of plan review experience and 8 years as the Building Official of a major Colorado municipality. He has spent over 6years as an analyst/code consultant/ and instructor teaching IBC, IRC, IEBC and Accessibility courses with the last 5 years being an ICC instructor.

Professional Affiliations

Past member of the ICC International Existing Building Code Committee 2008 through 2012, and ICC /IBC Gen- eral Committee 2013 through 2015. Recently appointed to 2024 IEBC committee

Member of Colorado Chapter of International Code Council and currently serving on the Colorado Chapter Code Development Committee

Lodging

Margaritaville Lake Resort, Lake of the Ozarks 494 Tan Tara Estate Drive, Osage Beach, MO, 65065

Lodging is not included in the conference registration fee and can be completed separately.  
Lodging is available at the resort for the following rates per night.:
  • Standard Room – $137.72 if tax exempt and $145.06 with all taxes and fees.
  • One Bedroom Suite – $220.42 if tax exempt and $232.14 with all taxes and fees.
  • Two Bedroom Suite –$359.17 if tax exempt and $378.28 with all taxes and fees.

Please note, tax-exempt organizations will need to provide all the required documentation to the resort to not pay state sales tax on lodging.

Reservations can be made by calling Margaritaville Resort at 1-800-826-8272. Please use code “MABOI”.

Please note that the resort has indicated to us that this is a busy time of year for them and suggests to register as soon as possible

Osage Beach, MO Resort – Margaritaville Lake Resort Lake of the Ozarks (margaritavilleresortlakeoftheozarks.com)

Conference Fees

MABOI MEMBER FEE – $250

Includes breakfast and lunch on Friday and Saturday, seminars, and the banquet

NON-MABOI MEMBER FEE – $285

Includes breakfast and lunch on Friday and Saturday, seminars, and the banquet

COMPANION FEE – $60

Includes breakfast and lunch on Friday and Saturday and the banquet

ADDITIONAL GUEST FEE Included meals only. Please indicate quantity

Includes admission to seminars, Friday breakfast, lunch, Saturday breakfast, lunch & banquet dinner

Banquet meal choices:

  • Chicken Carbonara
  • Roasted Halibut
  • New York Strip Steak
  • Eggplant Parmesan (Vegetarian)

FREE LIVE SEMINAR AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS- NFPA 855, NFPA 80, HILTI | Sybergs | Thursday Sep 16, 2021

NFPA 855 Standard for Stationary Energy Storage Systems
NFPA 80. Standards for Fire Doors and Other Openings
HILTI- Firestop Life Saftey

WHEN: September 16th, 8:30 am – 3:30 PM 
WHERE: Sybergs – 2430 Old Dorsett Rd, Maryland Heights, MO 63043  
COST: Seminar Fee MABOI Members: FREE

Sign In @ 8:30

Presentation Begins @ 9AM

HILTI -3hrs

Firestop Life Saftey, Fire Saftey & Tall Wood Construction, & Fire, Smoke, & Egress Doors

Lunch @12PM (Chicken Breast w/ Pasta & Salad)

Presentation from 1PM until 4PM

NFPA- 3 HRS

NFPA 855 Standard for Stationary Energy Storage Systems, & NFPA 80. Standards for Fire Doors and Other Openings

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