- OFFICE HOURS
- DRAFT 5th EDITION OF THE FLORIDA BUILDING CODE
- BOAF Membership Sub_committee ICC Renewal
- SITE SEMINAR
- 2015 LEGISLATIVE DAY
- BOAF TODAY 2014 LEGISLATIVE REPORT
- BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
- Ralph W. Jones, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
- ENGLAND TRAINING
- PRODUCT APPROVAL
- BOAF ONLINE TRAINING
- LOW VOLTAGE ALARM PERMIT PROCESS
- COMMERCIAL PARTNER PROGRAM
- NEW TECHNICAL GUIDES
- CODE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
- ICC LETTER OF ENCOURAGEMENT FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE ICC CODE HEARINGS
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The Draft 5th Edition (2014) Florida Building Code is now available for viewing. To view the draft, go to our site at www.floridabuilding.org and click on Florida Building Code>5th Edition (2014) Florida Building Code. The draft integrates the Florida Supplement with the foundation code. Note: This is a draft only and not the final code. Should you have any questions please contact our office at 850-487-1824.
Ralph Jones, III, is chairman of the Scholarship Committee that reviews applications for the Ralph Jones, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Award. The committee consists of Ralph, Bob McCormick, and Alice Liles. Scholarship application is available to chapter members or their family members. Application involves, among other things, writing an essay on one of the topics selected for this year's scholarship award, click here for application and essay topics.
2014 - 2015 Scholarship winners: Shelby Ritten and Chistopher Jackson
Application deadline for the 2015 Scholarship is Sunday, February 1, 2015.
Latest News Brief: BOAF Today 2014 Legislative Report
John England will be teaching in the Orlando area at the following location and times. Registration is through his site at the link provided Register & View Course Agenda - These classes will only provide CE credit for your ICC Certifications and will not count as Foundation training hours.If you need further assistance go to www.ibcode.net or call (843) 747-3575.
Building Officials Association of Florida (BOAF) has been dedicated to protecting lives & property since 1953. As an integral part of that we provide outstanding educaional opportunities for Building Officials, Inspectors, Plans Examiners, Construction Industry professionals, Architects and Engineers. We offer a variety of subjects related to Building Codes, Florida Laws and Rules, Accessibility and Energy Conservation on-line.
Analysis of HB 973, approved by the BOAF Board of Directors on Saturday August 10th, regarding establishment of a new Low Voltage Alarm System Permitting Process. Please distribute to your chapter members for their use in responding to this statutory change. Every jurisdiction will need to take some kind of affirmative action prior to October 1, 2013. Encourage your members to review the information and consider what their response will be.Low Voltage Alarm Permit Process
BOAF is pleased to offer Commercial Partner Program. Please contact us to learn about our Commercial Partner Program.
THE BOAF/AIA-Florida/Joint Task Force has published new guidance for Creating and Processing Electronic Documents used in the building permit process. The guidance is in the form of three technical guides, one for contractors, one for design professionals, and one for building departments.
Building Department Guide to Creating and Processing Electronic Documents v2
Contractors Guide to Creating and Processing Electronic Documents v2
Design Professionals Guide to Creating and Processing Electronic Documents v2
Creating and validating secure electronic documents.
Digital Signatures Joint Task Force Power Point
Electronic Construction Documents for use in Permitting.
Electronic Documents Joint Task Force Power Point
We need your support for the code development process. Please plan to attend the Florida Building Commission meetings. More information and complete agendas may be found at www.floridabuilding.org.
Click on the link below for ICC to send a letter of encouragement to your jurisdiction (Employer, Mayor, Council Chair, Commissioner, etc.) to support sending staff to the Code Hearings: Support Letter