Welcome to the Central Florida Chapter BOAF/ICC Website. Here you will find information about our chapter meetings, hot topics, building code updates, and useful links to the state BOAF website, Florida statutes and rules, governing boards, and local member building departments. Feel free to peruse the pages. Check back frequently as we plan to update regularly. If you have suggestions or spot corrections that need to be made, call or email the administrator at the phone number/email at the bottom of the page.
Your 2015-2016 officers:
Past-President -- Cindy Nielsen--Orange County
President -- Dale Baker--Casselberry - UES
Vice-President -- Tom Dalton -- Altamonte Springs
Secretary -- Kris Stenger -- Winter Park
Treasurer -- Steve Fiorey -- Sanford
Chapter Director-- Shane Gerwig -- Lake County
State BOAF Director Allen Johnson -- Maitland
If your schedule permits, utilizing Sunrail to get to Maitland for the chapter meeting might be a viable option for you. The station is about a half mile from the GOBA building which is about a 12 minute walk depending on your pace. The train arrives from the northern starting points at 8:29am and leaves to go back north at 11:48 an. Sunrail arrives from southern starting points at 8:18 or 8:48 am and departs to go back south at 12:59 pm. For the complete train schedule showing departure times from a station near you click on the train below
Next Chapter Meeting is December 14, 2016
Location: GOBA Headquarters
1953 Clayton Heritage Way
Maitland, Florida 32751
CHAPTER MEETING STARTS AT 9:00AM
Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance
Introduction of Guests
Program: Class to be confirmed
Approval of Minutes
First Meeting at our new location GOBA Headquarters
Last four chapter programs:
November 9, 2016: No meeting
October 12, 2016: Update on Training and Education - Ann Russo Executive Director BOAF and DBPR Investigator Supervisor, Larissa Vaughn, and Tim McGrath, Field Office Manager will speak to us about licensing issues and homeowner permits.
August 10, 2016: Class on Photovoltaic was postponed. Date: TBD
July 13, 2016: Arc Flash
Speaker: Marty Perrone,Certified TEGG Representative
June 8, 2016: NO MEETING DUE TO EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE AT SAME TIME
May 11, 2016: Energy Code Update Arlene Stewart, President at AZS Consulting, Inc. email@example.com
April 13, 2016: National Electrical Code Updates Speaker: Vince Della Croce, Resident Compliance Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org 562-321-0965
February 10, 2016: Accessibility Issues
Bimmie Eustace, Director at Interplan LLC, FL Builidng Commission's Accessibility Technical Assistance Committee (TAC) email@example.com
January 13, 2016: Latest Advances in Fireproofing/Fire Resistance. Chris Birchfield, Global Fireproofing Solutions. Office 877-751-0990877-751-0990 FREE Cell 404-732-4214404-732-4214 firstname.lastname@example.org
Typical Chapter Meeting Schedule
CALENDAR AT A GLANCE
December 10, 2016 Board of Directors Meeting Location: State BOAF Office.
December 14th - Class to be confirmed at BOAF monthly meeting
March 21st - Legislative Day BOAF Legislative Day on Tuesday, March 21st in Tallahassee. Event Information
Pictures from our Golf Tournament 12/2/16, more to come:
BCAIB Meeting from 4/20/16 in Tampa
Above and Below: Annual picnic at Ocoee (more pictures to be posted SOON!)
For photos from events involving the state BOAF click here
On the righthand menu click archives. You will have to register in order to view the live webinar sessions. No registration is necessary to view the archived sessions. These are NOT approved for BCAIB CEUs but are very informative nonetheless.
We have books available from the International family of codes which is the base code for the Florida Building Code Effective 12/31/14. These were the books from the November ICC training class hosted by our chapter.
Click on picture below to purchase books.
State BOAF site seminars provide future training opportunites. This training qualifies for CEU credits for Engineers and Contractors but unfortunately the approval is pending for Architects.
Familiar with the names Bill Neese, Bill Tangye, and Ralph Jones but don't know their contribution to the industry? Click here to find out -- HERE
SERVE AS AN OFFICER
Officers serve a term of one year in their position and, subject to vote of the members, move in consecutive years through the chairs from Chapter Director to Treasurer to Secretary to Vice-President to President to Past President.
Serving as an officer is a good opportunity to give back to and work towards improving the industry that provides your livelihood. Let an officer know if you are interested in serving. See our By-Laws in the "About Us" section for more information on requirements and duties of officers.