Global Connections Day

Global Connections Day is a one-day conference held in conjunction with the International Code Council's Annual Business Meeting each year. Organized by the Code Council's Global Services department with support from the Global Membership Council, Global Connections Day provides an opportunity for members to connect with stakeholders from around the world to discuss specific topics in the area of building safety.

2020 Global Connections Day

The theme of Global Connections Day 2020 is Building Codes and Extreme Weather.  The event will be held on Wednesday, October 14, 2020, in St. Louis, Mo., as part of the International Code Council Annual Conference.  This year’s workshop will feature presentations from building safety experts from several regions around the world on how their building codes are or should be addressing extreme weather events.  The luncheon keynote address this year will be followed by a moderated roundtable discussion about the topics presented during the morning session.  CEUs are available for participants.  Registration is required and there is a $25 fee for the Global Luncheon.

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2019 Global Connections Day

 
 

Photos from Global Connections Day 2019

The theme of Global Connections Day 2019 was Water: Safety, Efficiency and Conservation, and the conference drew over 120 attendees from more than 20 countries, including Australia, Austria, Canada, China, the Republic of Georgia, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom.  The keynote address was given by David Johnson, Deputy General Manager for Engineering and Operations at the Southern Nevada Water Authority.  The Global Award was presented by the Global Membership Council to the Caribbean Community Regional Organization for Standards and Quality and its CEO, Deryck Omar.”

2019 Global Connections Day Materials

Program
Presentations:
Widening the Lens on Water Safety Oversight (presentation unavailable)
Public Health and Utility Leaders Collaborate to Advance Onsite Water Reuse
Addressing Water Scarcity on the Driest Continent on Earth: Lessons Learned in Australia
Challenges of Smart Connected Devices that Could Drive Sustainability (presentation unavailable)
A Design Professional's Guide to Onsite Water Use and Reuse
Las Vegas' Wager on Innovation and Sustainable Water Management
RESNET HERS H2O
Water Efficiency and Conservation in the California Building Standards Code
Implementation of LID Using Rainwater Harvest-Reuse and Groundwater Recharge