"For those people who haven't understood why our association has been fighting the government imposition of fire sprinklers for all new homes built in Pennsylvania, here is part of our answer," said PBA Executive Vice President Doug Meshaw.
Lou Biacchi, PBA director of government affairs, and Doug Meshaw, PBA director of association and member services, joined municipal, county and building code representatives May 8 in sharing concerns about the administration and enforcement of the Uniform Construction Code during a hearing before the state Senate local government and labor and industries committees.
PBA's Director of Association Member Services, Doug Meshaw, reported that a proposed amendment to require fire sprinklers in all new residential construction was convincingly defeated.
If approved for inclusion in the 2009 International Residential Code, the amendment would have made new residential construction
Doug Meshaw, PBA's Executive Vice President and expert on codes, will be here to give us a sneak preview of the ICC and other changes that will be implemented over the next two years, including fire sprinklers in new construction and the new PA contractor registration requirements.Bring your questions!
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