International Plumbing Code Essentials | Maryland Heights | December 7th, 2022

International Plumbing Code Essentials | Maryland Heights | December 7th, 2022

This class is open to contractors who wish to join MABOI as a participating member. You may join here: Membership – MABOI

WHEN: December 7th, 2022 Registration: 7:30am  Class: 8:00am-3:00pm

WHERE: Maryland Heights Community Center2300 McKelvey Road, Maryland Heights, MO, 63043

COST: $85

  • Includes: breakfast, seminar, and lunch
  • Pre-registration is required
  • Seating limited to 100 people


  • Permit Technicians (CEU’s—.6)
  • Building Inspectors (CEU’s—.6)
  • Plans Examiners (CEU’s—.6)
  • Code Officials (CEU’s—.6)
  • Architects (CEU’s –6.0 AIA HSW)


An IPC essentials for code officials, inspectors, and contractors.

Learn terminology and code requirements from the 2018 IPC.  Develop basic concepts of plumbing fixtures for inspection purposes.

Understand common fixtures to identify during plan review.

Instructor: Mark Fasel


Mark Fasel is a Director of PMG technical resources for the International Code Council, where he serves as a subject matter expert to the plumbing, mechanical, fuel gas, swimming pool and spa codes. He represents ICC in federal and state coalitions, task forces, committees, and councils where expertise in I-Code subjects is required. Mark has more than 28 years of experience in the manufacturing and construction industry where most recently he served as the manager of government affairs and codes and standards at Viega LLC, a press technology and plumbing and heating system manufacturer. Mark was responsible for developing and coordinating all codes and standards language to launch new product technologies and have them recognized in building codes and standards publications. Serving on multiple technical committees, he has experience with all North American standard development agencies and represented his company as a technical expert at multiple industry associations such as PPI, PPFA, PMI, CDA, NAM and ASA. In his duties as Government Relations Manager for the company, Mark worked with State Representatives reviewing legislation to promote sustainable manufacturing processes and supply chain availability of products. Previously, Mark led the Permitting and Inspections Department as the Director/ Building Commissioner for the City of Fishers, Indiana, with a staff of 15 team members he and his team were responsible for developing and implementing best practice strategies to manage all building permits, plan review and inspections of industrial, commercial and residential buildings, utility locates, right of way inspections, and zoning inspections. During his time at Fishers, he saw tremendous growth which coined the then “Town of Fishers” as one of the fastest growing communities in the Midwest in 2000 – 2007. During and prior to his time as Building Commissioner, he obtained ICC certifications as a residential SHIRLEY ELLIS MARK FASEL 10 and commercial building inspector, mechanical inspector, plumbing inspector, and electrical inspector. Mark was also very involved in his local ICC Chapter the Indiana Association of Building Officials where he served on the Board of Directors for many years as well as serving as past president in 2006. Mark also served on the board of directors for the Greater Indianapolis PHCC and taught multiple classes on plumbing, mechanical and fuel gas for PHCC, IABO and BAGI (builders association of greater Indianapolis) during his time at the City of Fishers. Prior to Fishers, Mark was a licensed general contractor who became a Building Official for the City of Indianapolis performing plan review and building inspections on commercial and residential properties. Mark has a degree in Science from Vincennes University.