Tuesday, November 3, 2009    
Today's Conference Schedule
Tuesday, November 3
Hilton Lobby
Companion Tours
ICC Expo
CC Halla B-D
Education Program & Chapter Leadership
Past Presiding Officers Meeting
CC 302
Fireside Chat
CC 305
Delegate Photos
CC Halls B-D
Expo Reception
CC Halls B-D
IPM/IZC, IEBC, IBC Fire Safety, IPC Pre-Hearing
Hilton Ballrooms 1-6
Tomorrow's Conference Schedule
Wednesday, November 4
Hilton Lobby
Chapter Leader Consortium
CC 305
Companions Breakfast
Hamptons Ballroom
ICC-ES Advisory Committee
CC 303
IAS Lead Evaluator Training
CC 326
CC 304
Exploratory Committee on Ratification Voting
CC 320
Code Development Hearings Track 1
Hilton Ballrooms 1-6
Code Development Hearings Track 2
Hilton Ballrooms 7-12
Awards Luncheon
CC Hall A
International Forum
CC 318-319, 321-322
CC Hall A
Annual Banquet
CC Hall A

Code Hearings Schedule
Wednesday, November 4
International Plumbing Code
Track 1 | Hilton Ballroom 1-6
International Zoning Code
Track 1 | Hilton Ballroom 1-6
International Existing
Building Code
Track 1 | Hilton Ballroom 1-6
International Building Code—Fire Safety
Track 1 | Hilton Ballroom 1-6
International Plumbing Code
Track 2 | Hilton Ballroom 7-12
International Private Sewage Disposal Code
Track 2 | Hilton Ballroom 7-12
For the full ICC Code Development Hearings schedule, click here.
To view the code hearings online, click here.

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Lynn, Brothers, Dupler Elected Officers
Five Named as Board Directors
Ronald Lynn, Director and Building Official for the Clark County, Nevada, Department of Development Services, was elected President of the International Code Council Board of Directors during this morning's Annual Business Meeting. Lynn previously served as Vice President and has been a member Code Council Board since 2004. He also serves on the International Accreditation Service Board of Directors and acts as a liaison between the two Boards.

James L. Brothers, Building Director for the City of Decatur, Alabama, was elected Vice President of the ICC Board. Alabama's Code Official of the Year in 1997, Brothers serves on the Legislative and Codes Advisory Council for the American Society of Interior Design and is Past President of the North Alabama Code Officials Association and the Code Officials Association of Alabama. He previously served as Secretary/Treasurer of the ICC Board.

William D. Dupler, Building Official for Chesterfield County, Virginia, was elected Secretary/Treasurer of the ICC Board. A 31-year industry veteran, Dupler has worked in Virginia as a plans examiner, engineering supervisor, deputy building official and building official. He has been extensively involved in code development at the state and national level. Dupler previously served as a Director on the ICC Board. more>>


Weiland: Strong Foundation Allows Code Council
to Weather Economic Storm

The financial crisis that began in the United States and grew into full-blown global recession has had a significant impact on the building and fire safety industry, but the strong foundation built since the consolidation has allowed the Code Council to weather the storm, CEO Rick Weiland reported during this morning's Annual Business Meeting. more>>

Serving Up Roundtable Discussions at
the Cracker Barrel Luncheon

Today's Cracker Barrel Luncheon featured numerous roundtable discussions on current and new technology, challenges and issues surrounding the International Codes and the building and fire safety industry. There were more than 40 presentations during the Cracker Barrel Luncheon.

Fireside Chat Examines Important Issues

More than 50 delegates attended this afternoon's Fireside Chat hosted by Code Council Board President Adolf Zubia (seated center) and CEO Rick Weiland (seated left). President Zubia provided election results for the 2009–2010 Board of Directors. He also discussed feedback provided by members on the new ICC website, the length and duration of the current code development hearings, and the unveiling of the new Building Safety Journal online magazine. He also took questions from callers.

Companions Touring D.C, and Annapolis

Conference companions are receiving an introduction to Washington, D.C., and touring Annapolis, Maryland, and the U.S. Naval Academy today. In Washington, D.C., the companions are traveling down the famous parade route of Pennsylvania Avenue, passing landmarks such as the J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building and the Old Post Office Pavilion (pictured) before arriving at the U.S. Capitol. In Annapolis, they are touring "A Town of Three Centuries" and the U.S. Naval Academy. more>>

Luncheon Honors Those Who Ensure Public Safety

Tomorrow's Awards Luncheon will recognize and honor you and your colleagues for the services you provide that are vital to ensuring public health and safety. The event will feature the presentations of the 2009 Bob Fowler Award, the Code Official of the Year Award, the Fire Service Award, the Community Service Award, the Affiliate Award, and the Educator of the Year Award. The luncheon will be held from 11:30 am–1 pm in Hall A of the Baltimore Convention Center.

Don't Forget!
Don’t forget that the Code Development Hearings start tomorrw in Ballrooms 1–12 of the Baltimore Hilton.

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