Welcome to the Maryland Building Officials webpage.
The primary purpose of the Association is to stimulate progress and improve the standards of building code enforcement practices in the Cities and Counties within the State of Maryland and to create a better public understanding of the proper administration of building and related codes and ordinances, and their importance to the safety, welfare and prosperity of the municipalities and counties within the State of Maryland.
MBOA Announces Service Award winners and Elects New Board December 4, 2015
At the Annual Business meeting held December 3rd in Sykesville, the winners of the annual service awards were announced. MBOA yearly awards recognition for outstanding performance in three categories; Inspector of the Year, Plan Reviewer of the Year, and Permit Technitian of the Year. This years winners were Michael Metz, Prince Georges County, Inspector of the Year, Frank Quillen, Washington County,…... Read More
MBOA Gains Preferred Provider Status November 10, 2015
MBOA President Bill Funk announced today that MBOA has been approved as an “ICC Preferred Provider”. ICC’s Preferred Provider Program opens the door to extensive training opportunities from a variety of educational resources. The Program recognizes and promotes ICC-approved educational courses offered by a variety of education providers, focusing on the areas of construction codes, standards and guidelines, as well…... Read More
Bryant Re-Elected October 9, 2015
At the recent ICC Annual Business Meeting held in Long Beach California, MBOA Secretary Bill Bryant was re-elected to an At Large Board seat. The Board of Directors is composed of the following: President, Vice President, Secretary/Treasurer, the most Immediate Past President eligible; eight (8) Directors-at-Large, and six (6) Directors, one elected from each Section ("Sectional Directors"). Each member of…... Read More
Energy Cost Analysis July 27, 2015
Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
Building Technologies Office
DOE Issues Additional Building Energy Code Energy & Cost Analysis on 2015 IECC
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Building Energy Codes Program has released two reports surrounding the national energy and cost impacts associated with the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC):
National Cost-effectiveness of the Residential Provisions of…... Read More