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Next NCTPTC Meeting will be on Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Upcoming Training 'HOW TO BECOME A PERMIT TECH' Wednesday, April 17th & Thursday, April 18th 8:30 am - 4:00 pm in Fort Worth


NTC ICC EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR
Carey was nominated by the North Central Texas Permit Tech Chapter.  She has served as president of NCTPTC, as well as Permit Tech Nation.  She is a Plans Examiner with the City of Frisco and has been with Frisco for over 18 years during the City’s highest growth period.  She holds a degree in Computer Aided Drafting and Design and is ICC Certified Permit Technician, Permit Specialist and Zoning Inspector.  Carey has been a moderator at BPI for the past several years.  
2018 Board installed January 10th


Shirley Ellis, ICC Director at Large graciously attended the NCTPTC 2018 Annual Business Meeting and installed the new Board followed by presenting the presidents award to Janie Morales.

Building Safety Month & Career Day Ideas

Help spread the word of our wonderful industry.  Contact your local schools to see if they offer Career Day events and offer to be a speaker.  From elementary and up you can provide information about Building Inspections.  Makes presentations at your local town hall meetings, HOA meetings and other community events.

Links below contain promotional information to handout.  There are two kids activity books.  You can order items from ICC such as pencils and Junior Inspector Badges.  Purchase plastic hard hats or rulers and label with your jurisdiction's name.  Have the students build a house, provide a copy of basic plans for them to see.  Make an origami house and decorate it.  Read to children at a local library.  Google "building construction books for kids" and you find a lot of great stories.






By-Laws

ByLaws as of 09132015


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 NCTCOG Code Amendments:


NCTCOG's Regional Codes Coordinating Committee (RCCC) and its four advisory boards conducted multiple meetings to review the latest editions of the model codes to develop regional amendments. Their review and recommendations are endorsed by NCTCOG's Executive Board.  Currently NCTCOG encourages jurisdictions in North Central Texas to adopt the following model construction codes along with their respective regional amendments as expeditiously as their local code adoption process will allow.


2015 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) NCTCOG Amendments were developed prior to the passage of House Bill 1736. Please note that effective September 1, 2016, there are 3 recommended amendments to the IECC that are deemed to be less stringent than the residential provisions of the code which will be the statewide minimum.  Those code sections are the amendments to Table R402.1.2, Table R402.1.4 and Section R402.4.1.2 should not be considered a recommended amendment.

 

March 31, 2016: Clarification and Corrections to the 2015 International Codes Regional Recommended Amendments

 HELPFUL LINKS

 

Learn More With England Training - See their YouTube posts and their website for more information for online quizzes and classes.

 

Learn About Texas Seals

 

When Is An Engineers Seal Required?

 

 

When Is An Architectrual Seal Required?

 

 

Is An Asbestos Survey Required?

 

Click Here for the DSHS Demolition Flow Chart

 

 


 

North Texas Chapter ICC

 

Building Officials Association of Texas

 

International Code Council

 

ICC Region X Coalition

 

Permit Tech Nation

 

Arizona Permit Techs


Central Ohio Permit Techs


Colorado Association of Permit Technicians


Kansas City Metro Assn Permit Technician

 

Minnesota Building Permit Technician Assn

 

New Hampshire Buiding Officials Support Staff


New Jersey Assn of Technical Assistants

 

Northern California Permit Techs


Oregan Permit Technician Assn

 

Permit Techs Across Georgia


South Carolina Permit Technician Association

 

Washington State Assn of Permit Technicians

 

 

Women In Code Enforcement and Development