A Career in Building Code Enforcement

Are you seeking a meaningful career that benefits your community and makes buildings safer and more resilient? Becoming a Code Enforcement Official might be the perfect fit for you. Building codes set minimum requirements for how plumbing, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), and other aspects of residential and commercial buildings should be designed and constructed in new buildings. Enforcing these codes ensures that buildings are safe, durable, resilient, comfortable, and energy efficient. Code Enforcement Officials, who might also be referred to as Building Code Inspectors, Building Code Officials, Code Officials, or Code Inspectors, play a critical role in upholding these standards to create a secure environment for all.

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