Welcome to Maryland Building Officials Association

Welcome to the New Maryland Building Officials webpage. In our continued effort to provide information relevent to our members, we have completely renovated our webpage. These changes should make navigating our page and communicating with us easier and more efficient. We ask for your patience as we transition to the new page.

The primary purpose of the Association will be 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.

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

Ron Burton Golf Outing July 6, 2015

1st Annual Ron Burton Golf Outing Help the International Code Council Past Presiding Officers Provide Training and Resources to the Future Leaders of our Profession     A Special Project by:   The recently released report, The Future of Code Officials — Results and Recommendations from a Demographic Survey, notes our profession will be in need of a number of…... Read More

Manufactured Housing Installation Program June 30, 2015

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Office of Manufactured Housing Programs, along with its contractor SEBA Professional Services, is pleased to introduce the Maryland program for the HUD Federal Manufactured Housing Installation Program. This program is intended to implement regulations set forth in 24 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Parts 3285 and 3286 in states that do…... Read More

Training News May 26, 2015

2015 Seminar and Annual Business Meeting Sponsored by Simpson Strong-Tie and USP Connectors Program:        Truss Installation and Bracing                         Wall Bracing   Instructors:      Bob Dayhoff- Shelter Systems, Director of Technical Operations                           Mary Uher- Engineered Wood Specialist with APA-The Engineered                                           Wood Association   Program         Date:   December 3, 2015   8:30- 3:00 pm. Registration and Continental Breakfast starting at 7:30…... Read More