The NH Joint Committee on Code Enforcement is established by the legislature to meet at least annually to discuss mutual concepts and ideas concerning code enforcement. Representation of the committee is comprised of the chairpersons or designee from other major boards and commissions dealing with code enforcement.
The formation of the committee is authorized pursuant to RSA 153:4-b
153:4-b Joint Committee on Code Enforcement. – There is established a joint committee on code enforcement, consisting of the chairpersons or presidents, or their designees, of the following: the state advisory board of fire control, the electricians' board, the board for the licensing and regulation of plumbers, the water well board, the board of architects, the board of professional engineers, the architectural barrier-free design committee, the state building code review board, the New Hampshire Association of Fire Chiefs, the New Hampshire Building Officials Association, and the state fire marshal. The chairman or designee of the state advisory board of fire control shall serve as the chair of the joint committee. The joint committee shall meet at least annually to carry out its duties as established in this chapter. The duties of the committee shall be to discuss matters of mutual interest in the area of code administration, coordination of the state building code and the state fire code adoption, inspections, licensing, and certification.
Source. 1999, 339:1, eff. Nov. 10, 1999. 2012, 242:3, eff. June 18, 2012.
August 6, 2013
|Richard Heath, Chairman
Chair of the NH Board of Fire Control
NH Building Officials Association
|David Udelsman, AIA
Chair of the NH Architects' Board
Office of the State Fire Marshal
Electrician's Board Representative
Chair of the Well Water Board
Chair, NH Plumbers' Board
|Shawn Bergeron, Sr.
Chair of the NH Building Code Review Board
|Robert Cruess, PE
Chair of the Board of Professional Engineers
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