The Building Membership Council is open to all ICC Members and will serve the needs of Building and others in code enforcement. You'll have an opportunity to discuss issues that you face as a community, and how ICC might best serve you.
If you're looking to get more involved in the building community, network with peers, enhance your profession and career, and influence the direction of ICC to your benefit, enroll in the Building Membership Council today. Simply fill out the enrollment form, and ICC will be in touch with more details. The Governing Committee serves to actively engage Members in discussions about priorities and opportunities for the direction of the Council.
Governing Committee of the ICC Building Membership Council
Amber Armstrong, Chair; City of Norman, OK
Dan Dockery, Vice Chair; City of Winston-Salem, NC
Matt Archer, City of Lone Tree, CO
Sergio Ascunce, Village of Key Biscayne, FL
Audrey Cline, Town of Durham, NH
Ed Lisinski, City of West Allis, WI
Mark Matheny, City of Ashville, NC
Christopher McWhite, City of Lowell, MA
Michael Metcalf, Plaquemines Parish, LA
Steve Nordhues, City of Norfolk, NE
Michael Nugent, City of Rock Hill, SC
Michael Olson, City of McGregor, TX
Amrinder Singh, Municipality of Norristown, PA
James Williamette, City of St. Paul, MN
Chris Young, Coconino County, AZ
ICC Staff Liaison
Bill Nash, Regional Manager, Government Relations; Middletown, RI
ICC Board Liaison
Ron Hampton, MCP, CBO, ICC Board of Directors;
Field Inspector, Department of Housing, Buildings, and Construction; Commonwealth of Kentucky
Questions on the Council? Contact Karla Higgs.
February 11, 2019 - BMC Governing Committee Meeting
The Governing Committee of the Building Membership Council will meet on Monday, February 11, 2019, at 3:00 PM EST on a conference call: Dial-in: 844-740-1264 - Meeting number: 935 015 34. Please click here for the agenda.
Final Action Results on 2018 Group A Cycle code change proposals now available
The Final Action on code change proposals considered at the Public Comment Hearing (PCH) in the 2018 Group A Cycle are now available and were determined by the PCH and OGCV voting results in accordance with Section 10.1 of CP 28 Code Development. for the Final Action Results.
SUBMITTING NEW STANDARDS – Deadline: February 11, 2019
ICC’s CP28 policy requires that an authorized standards copy accompany all code changes that are proposing new standards. The deadline for receipt of the required standard copy is February 11, 2019. If the standards copy is not received by ICC on or before February 11, 2019, the accompanying code change will be deemed incomplete and . Click here for the instructions on how to submit a new standard.
The Innovation in Code Administration Award
The International Code Council Government Relations Innovation in Code Administration Awards Program recognizes fire and building organizations for innovation in the delivery of code administration services in their communities.
Check back soon for 2019 call for nominations!
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