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UPDATE on STANDATA 19-BCI-023
Clarification Response Provided to Rocky View County

UPDATE ON 19-BCI-023

Upcoming Webinar

Watch for our announcements in the new year!

About Us

Learn more about ABOA and how we help build a safe world together
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About Us

Learn more about ABOA and how we help build a safe world together
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About Us

Learn more about ABOA and how we help build a safe world together
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About Us

Learn more about ABOA and how we help build a safe world together
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About Us

Learn more about ABOA and how we help build a safe world together
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Welcome to ABOA

The roots of the Alberta Building Officials Association go back to 1959 when the first organizational meeting was held in Red Deer on February 21, 1959. Thirty seven building officials from Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer, Ponoka, Forest Lawn, Lacombe, Camrose, Stettler, St. Albert and Jasper Place attended the meeting.

Several goals were set by this group, including improvement of standards for building inspections, to assist in the overall education of building inspectors, to promote the importance of the Building Official’s role and to provide a forum for discussion of industry issues and concerns.

The first ABOA by-laws were adopted on October 02, 1959.

A meeting was held in Edmonton on March 12 & 13 in 1960, with close to 40 delegates. Speakers highlighted the need for a uniform building code for Canada and stressed the need for studies of fires and fire spread. The fall meeting that year was held in Calgary on September 17, 1960, and the main topic of discussion was the proposed changes to then current 1953 National Building Code.
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NEW FIRE SUB-COUNCIL Chair Rep


Welcome to Greg Wolf as our new Fire Sub-Council Chair. Greg works in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo and brings a northern perspective to the chair. His extensive industry experience and exposure to unique environments like the oilfield contribute to the Fire Sub-Council.


We look forward to updates from the Fire Sub-Council from Greg.


The Board is proud of the industry involvement ABOA members, like Greg, continue to bring to Albertans as we champion the perspective and value that Building Safety Codes Officers contribute to the safety codes industry.

 
Administrative Penalties

Thank you to Danny Stoesz (Manager, Compliance Programs, Technical and Corporate Services Division, Municipal Affairs Alberta) for his presentation at our AGM.  For those of you seeking to obtain further information please contact Danny at the emails below:

 danny.stoesz@gov.ab.ca or MA.AdminPenalties@gov.ab.ca