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Mr. Ron Lynn

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Board of Managers Member

ICC Evaluation Service LLC
Phone: (800) ***-****  HQ Phone
ICC Evaluation Service , Inc.
5360 Workman Mill Road
Whittier, California 90601
United States

Company Description: The International Code Council Foundation (ICCF) is a subsidiary of the International Code Council, Inc., an organization that develops and enforces the most widely...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Chairman
    McCarran Airport Hazards Area Board of Adjustment
  • Chief
    Clark County Building Department
  • Acting Director
    Clark County Building Department
  • President of the Board of Directors
    International Code Council , Inc.
  • Vice President
    International Code Council , Inc.
  • Chairman
    Nevada Earthquake Safety Council
  • Chairman
    Nevada Organization of Building Officials
  • Director of the Building Division
    Clark County Department of Development Services
  • Head
    Clark County Department of Development Services
  • Director of Development Services
    Clark County

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • geology degree
    University of Nevada-Las Vegas
194 Total References
Web References
ICC-ES About Us
www.icc-es.org, 14 Jan 2014 [cached]
Ronald L. Lynn
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Ronald L. Lynn
ICC News
www.caak.org, 15 Nov 2004 [cached]
ICC Board member Ron Lynn, second from left, swore in the new CAAK officers at the annual meeting in October.From left are Dale VanWinkle, immediate past president; Lynn; Ron Dill, president; Jim Branham, vice president; Alex "Cash" Olszowy, secretary; and George Mann, treasurer.
Ronald L. Lynn
www.icc-es.org, 14 Jan 2014 [cached]
Ronald L. Lynn, a Certified Building Official, has been with the Clark County Department of Development Services-Building Division since February 1981. As the Director of Development Services for Clark County, he directs the Building Division, Permit Applications Center, and Zoning Division. Mr. Lynn's professional appointments and alliances range from local to international. He has served as President of the Board of Directors of the International Code Council (ICC) and as a member of the Board of Directors of the International Accreditation Service. He has participated on both NIST and NEHRP National Strategic Committees. Currently, he serves as Chairman for the following organizations: Board of Directors of the Western States Seismic Policy Council, McCarran Airport Hazards Area Board of Adjustment; Nevada Earthquake Safety Council; Nevada Organization of Building Officials; and the Western States Seismic Policy Council's Architecture, Engineering and Construction Committee. He serves as a member of the ICC Major Jurisdictions Committee, the Nevada State Hazard Mitigation Planning Steering Committee, and the Nevada Bureau of Mines & Geology Advisory Committee.
Ronald L. Lynn, director and ...
webstore.ansi.org, 11 April 2012 [cached]
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Ronald Lynn Named Recipient of Ronald H. Brown Standards Leadership Award New York, Apr 11, 2012
Ronald L. Lynn, director and building official with the Clark County Department of Development Services in Nevada, has been selected by the U.S. Celebration of World Standards Day Planning Committee as the 2012 recipient of the prestigious Ronald H. Brown Standards Leadership Award. He will be honored by members of the U.S. standards and conformance community on Thursday, October 11, 2012, at The Fairmont Washington in Washington, DC.
Named for the late U.S. Secretary of Commerce, the Brown award recognizes demonstrated leadership in promoting the important role of standardization in eliminating global barriers to trade. The award is presented at the U.S. Celebration of World Standards Day, an annual event which honors the U.S. standardization and conformity assessment community and recognizes its efforts to promote American competitiveness in a global marketplace, safeguard the environment, and improve the quality of life for workers and consumers around the world. The theme for this year's event, Standards Increase Efficiency, recognizes the crucial role of standards, codes, and conformity assessment in fostering more efficient processes that enable companies to compete globally.
Mr. Lynn was nominated by the International Code Council (ICC) for his outstanding contributions to enhancing building codes and ensuring a safe built environment. A staunch advocate of the U.S. standardization system and conformity assessment community, Mr. Lynn is an active contributor to the development of national voluntary consensus codes and systems, and has served on a variety of local, state, and national committees. In 2009, Mr. Lynn was recognized by Congress for his contributions to building safety in the United States, and in 2010 received a Senatorial Commendation for his commitment to building safety, energy conservation, and emergency response. He was bestowed the title of Kentucky Colonel by the governor of Kentucky; the governor of Nevada declared December 9th as Ronald L. Lynn Day.
A past president of the ICC Board of Directors and past member of the International Accreditation Service Board of Directors, Mr. Lynn serves as chairman of the McCarran Airport Hazards Area Board of Adjustment; the Nevada Earthquake Safety Council; the Nevada Organization of Building Officials; and the Western States Seismic Policy Council's Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Committee.
Still, many buildings could suffer damage ...
www.lasvegassun.com, 3 Oct 2012 [cached]
Still, many buildings could suffer damage that renders them uninhabitable after an earthquake, said Ron Lynn, director of the Clark County Building Department.
"The structure could suffer damage, but if everybody gets out OK, that meets the requirements of the code," Lynn said.
Builders use a variety of techniques to mitigate effects of a potential earthquake, Lynn said, including varying the depth of the foundation of a building and using reinforcing columns and beams.
High-rises, especially casinos, tend to far exceed the minimum requirements for earthquake resistance because a break in operations of even a few days would lead to a large financial loss, Lynn said.
In homes, some walls and chimneys may crumble in an earthquake, but the greater concern are unsecured furnishings, like hot water heaters, shelves, cabinets and other things hung on the walls, which can dislodge and injure people, he said.
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