This year, ICC has expanded the number of educational sessions available. More courses with more opportunities to learn about the latest topics that are important to you—all while earning valuable CEUs! Click here for full schedule.
This year the Networking Luncheon will be held in Expo Hall and will include games and activities to promote networking. This will also be the new time for Delegate Photos. And don’t miss out on the drone demonstrations, more info is below.
Learn from Drone experts on how Drone technology is helping municipalities, and those in the building industry from floodplain mapping and pre- and post-construction surveys, to building information modeling (BIM), master planned developments, and real-time project management data. Find out how dozens of contractors, engineering firms and architects are leveraging the latest robotics technology to significantly reduce operating costs and dramatically improve the timeliness and accuracy of data from the field.
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In celebration of the life and work of William Ronald “Ron” Burton, a renowned code expert who worked on many code-related projects for ICC, BOMA and NAHB, this 2nd Annual Ron Burton Golf Outing is a fundraising effort developed by the Past Presiding Officers to develop training and resources for the next generation of code officials. It offers a great opportunity to get together with fellow code professionals during a shotgun start golf tournament to be held on October 16, 2016, at the Falcon Ridge Golf Club, 20200 Prairie Star Parkway, Lenexa, Kansas.
The tourney will include a 50/50 drawing; prizes for the longest drive and closest to the pin; a hole-in-one contest; and gifts for all participants. Transportation, breakfast and lunch will be provided.
The overall event sponsor is the National Multifamily Housing Council and Golf Tournament Sponsor is BOMA International. Sign up today as a sponsor or player—space is limited.
Building Codes, Standards and Regulations and Climate Change: Sustainable Practices for a Changing World
Global Connections Day, sponsored by the ICC Family of Companies, will focus on the challenges presented by the evolutionary process toward sustainability by assessing its impact on the role of building codes, standards, and regulations in the global marketplace. Presentations will address the effect of regulatory change on institutions and governments throughout the world and the need for codes and standards to keep pace with the impact of real or perceived climate change.
Learn more about the scheduled speakers and details about this event.
Global Connections Day is free and open to the public. The luncheon is also open to the public, but is a paid event and requires pre-registration.