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Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement presents upcoming changes for inspections, technology, codes & the challenges ahead for commercial and residential sectors. 3 LU|HSW

When: May 8th
10AM to 1PM
Where: Mecklenburg County Government Code Enforcement Office
2145 Suttle Ave.
4th Floor Pine/Fraser Conference Room
Charlotte, NC  28202
Contact: Sandra Doherty

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Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement presents upcoming updates/changes planned as well as technology updates and the challenges ahead for our members. 

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Building in North Carolina is a complex process. Code Enforcement’s role is to save lives and prevent injury by ensuring all construction complies with state building code and applicable local and state regulations. Join us as we take the morning to inform our members of the legislations/BCC updates, Website changes and discuss an in depth review of the 3 platforms (PGG). Member will leave with a full understanding of the departments upcoming changes such as inspections, technology and code changes and challenges for commercial and residential sectors. The team at Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement team will also take some time to welcome members questions and input, so come with your questions/comments ready! 

Lunch Provided
Course Begins:10AM- 1PM
Mecklenburg County Government Code Enforcement Office
2145 Suttle Ave. / 4th Floor Pine/Fraser Conference Room
Charlotte, NC  28202

$35 Members
$45 Non-Members



Agenda Overview

a.     Shared opening with AIA and Code Enforcement

                                               i.     Opening

                                             ii.     Legislation / BCC updates

                                            iii.     Web Site changes

                                            iv.      Today’s discussion.... 3 platforms (PGG)

1.      Brief overview of our today’s objectives

b.    What is the Department working on?

1.     Inspections Update/Changes (David Gieser)

2.     Technology Update (Melanie Sellers)

3.     Code Changes and Challenges (Jeff Vernon and Tommy Rowland)

c.     Inspections update and reorg (DG)

                                               i.     Residential Inspection Team

1.     Residential Team new inspection process (Bar Codes)

2.     Safety net

                                             ii.     Special Project Team

                                            iii.     Project Managers for the Teams

                                            iv.     Fire Marshal’s Office

                                             v.     Anticipated challenges

d.    Technology Update (MS)

                                               i.     POSSE

1.     Sprints

2.     Holds

3.     Sign Permits

4.     Huntersville changes in process.

                                             ii.     Accela update (memo sharing) EPS/EPR process change

1.     What has been accomplished.

2.     Where we are presently.

3.     What is our direction. 

e.     Code Changes and Challenges (JV and another CA’s)

1.     Major code impact issues Building

a.     Appendix B

b.    Energy Code changes

c.     Life Safety plan

d.    Special Inspections

e.     Minimum Submittal Guidelines

2.     Major Code Impact Issues Plumbing and Mech.

a.     Ventilation

b.    Shafts / Fire and smoke dampers

c.     Restaurants hoods, grease duct

d.    Fixture counts

e.     Penetrations protection

3.     Easements and other Legal Documents

4.     CA’s administer these changes using Code Academy

f.      Q/A Period

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