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9/9/2019 » 9/10/2019
Commercial Plumbing Training - 14 hour training block, Part 1 & 2 - September 2019

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Commercial Building Training - 12 hour training block - Part 1 & 2, September 2019

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Commercial Mechanical Training - 13 hour training block, Part 1 & 2 - September 2019

Attend FBC TAC Meetings
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BOAF needs your help. We are at a perilous juncture in time concerning the future of the Florida Building Code. Legislative changes in 2018 established the Florida Building Code 6th Ed. as the base code for future editions, rather than continuing to utilize the International Codes. It could have devastating results for our communities.

The BOAF Code Development Committee and several industry partners have submitted over 1,000 code modifications to the Florida Building Commission that will attempt to keep the Florida Code in alignment with the International Codes. The next step in the process is that these modifications must be approved by the Florida Building Commission’s Technical Advisory Committees (TAC). Many are simple clarifications of language and corrections of errors or omissions.

Various TACs will be meeting March 14-26. We are asking you to attend one or more of the meetings that are in alignment with your professional expertise (example: building inspector/plans examiner to attend Structural TAC, plumbing inspector/plans examiner to attend Plumbing TAC). Please respond here to indicate your availability by March 4.

Download the schedule of TAC meetings here. 

Please click here to indicate your availability to attend the TAC meetings. Prior to the meetings, we will confirm with you and provide an electronic copy of the modifications that will be reviewed in the specific meetings.

Your presence at these meetings is of utmost importance to maintaining a strong code that will continue to protect the lives and property of Floridians and the millions of guests that visit our beautiful state each year. 

If you have any questions or concerns about your participation in one or more of these meetings representing the code modifications submitted by BOAF, please contact us.

Please click the share button at the top left of this page to share this information to interested stakeholders who may not be on BOAF's email list. 

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