Welcome

This is our website for the organization! We are excited about using this site to communicate with our members and visitors.

The Mission of the Connecticut Building Officials Association (CBOA) is to promote the Building Code Profession as integral to building safety and advance the understanding, formulation and enforcement of the Connecticut State Building Code.

If you find there is information missing from our site or that it is hard to find, please contact Anthony Cinicola at acinicola@branford-ct.gov. Your comments will be important to our continued development of this site.

Town of East Haddam Seeks BO

For those interested please see attached

City of Hartford seeks plan examiner.

For those interested please see attached.

Construction Services Seeks Building Official

For those interested please see attached.

Town of Burlington seeks Building Official

For those interested please see attached below

Town of Groton extended closing date on the Inspector II Position

For those interested please see attached

Membership Drive for FY14-15

Kick off for membership drive has begun, membership applications will now be accepted for FY14-15. Membership will start on July 1,2014 and end on June 30, 2015. Applications are currently distributed by e-mail and also available under "Membership Applications" section on the home page

Building Safety Month Proclamation

Please see attached

City of New Haven Seeks New Director

The City of NH is currently seeking a new Director of Building Inspection and Enforcement. The director is responsible for administration of building, plumbing and electrical inspection as well as the regulation of buildings and construction. The director is also designated as the zoning enforcement officer and the housing code enforcement officer for a growing city. New Haven is the economic center of south central Connecticut with significant building activity in the residential and institutional sectors.

Code Adoption Update

Please see below announcement regarding the adoption of the new Code;

I am pleased to announce that 2013 Amendment to the State Building Code was passed by the legislature’s Regulation Review Committee on January 28, 2014. This Amendment adopts the 2009 International Residential Code and the 2011 National Electrical Code into the 2005 State Building Code, with Connecticut specific changes.

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