We want to thank everyone who participated in our contest and helped to make it a success. And special congratulations to the winners of the Building Safety Month Campaign Contest! The joint campaign of Carroll County, Grayson County, the City of Galax, and the Town of Hillsville, was selected as winners in the division of […]
The Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) is excited to announce the winner of the 2017 Building Code Safety Month Scholarship Essay Contest, Meghan K. Chudasama! A rising senior at Chantilly High School in Chantilly, VA, Meghan’s essay was unanimously chosen by the contest’s selection committee. It is clear that Meghan put some […]
ICC members come from many backgrounds and contribute a wide range of knowledge and expertise to the Building Safety Profession. ICC believes that understanding the background of their members will help them to better meet your needs. This includes those who have proudly served or have loved ones who have served our country in the […]
VA Code Education Conference July 24-26, 2017 DoubleTree by Hilton Charlottesville This three-day conference offers a wide variety of education sessions that are sure to be of interest to anyone enforcing, developing, using the code or working in a code related industry. The education sessions will qualify for continuing education credit from DHCD and ICC […]
Those in the code safety profession have long known that an aging workforce is an issue. The recent article in Builder Magazine shares that concern. Read the full article here.
The warm weather is fast approaching which means carnivals, fairs and family fun. Building Officials play a major unsung role in these family times. It is important to know that the local Building Department is responsible for the inspections of Amusement Devices, whether performed by certified Building Deparment employees or an approved third party. Only […]
At the January meeting of the Virginia State Technical Review Board, the Board heard a request for an interpretation on Section 305.2.9 Clear zone of the International Swimming Pool and Spa Code (ISPSC) referenced by the Uniform Statewide Building Code (USBC). The general question was whether or not this section required a three foot setback […]