|Welcome to the Alaska Central Chapter of the
International Code Council.
We are an organization dedicated to promoting
health, safety, and property protection through
safety codes and education.
Our members are architects and engineers,
contractors and builders, code officials and
inspectors, and many others in the construction
By joining us, you can:
- Improve skills
- Earn certifications
- Serve local communities
- Network with peers
- Stay current on code changes
Our membership reaches from the Mat-Su Valley to
Kodiak, from the Kenai Peninsula to Prince William
Our mission today is more important than ever.
We face new challenges, designing for an increasingly complex world.
With changing weather patterns, natural disasters, ever-evolving codes and
requirements for life safety, with new design techniques and innovations in building
science, our mission is more important than ever.
We invite you to join the Alaska Central Chapter and the International Code Council.
|Alaska Central Chapter
P.O. Box 210472
Anchorage, AK 99521
News and Information
2016 Fire and Building Official Forum
Updated: February 26, 2016
The Alaska Central Chapter is sponsoring the education at this year's State of Alaska
Fire and Building Official Forum. We are bringing another well-received class taught by
another veteran instructor. Legal Aspects of Code Administration is a must-have class
for anyone working in code enforcement, from permit technicians starting off the
project, to plans examiners who review them, to inspectors who look at the built
condition, to officials who develop and administer the adopted building codes.
This year's Forum will be April 18-19, 2016, held at the Municipality of Anchorage
Planning and Development Center Training Room (Room 30) at 4700 Elmore Road
(map). The education session will be on April 20, also at the MOA.
For more information about the class and the instructor, and to register, click here.
We look forward to seeing you at our next training!