2011 ICC Chapter of the Year

A Board of Directors meeting is scheduled on June 23rd, 2017 from 10AM-2PM at the Louisa County Administration Building.

Meeting Agenda
Minutes for approval

VPMIA is offering 15 scholarships for the 2017 Virginia Code Education Conference sponsored by VBCOA, VPMIA, IAEI, VFPA, VAESA, WICED, and VA DHCD.  The 2017 VCEC program offers exciting and engaging educational sessions applicable to multi-disciplined audiences, particularly code officials and technical assistants, and qualify for required VA DHCD and ICC continuing education credits. The VCEC program also includes several networking opportunities and an industry exhibition area. Additional details of and registration for the 2017 Virginia Code Education Conference are located at http://www.thevcec.org/.

To support your participation VPMIA will be offering 15 scholarships to members in good standing to attend this conference. Scholarships will cover registration and hotel (total $635) or registration ($225 for members commuting). Scholarship application will be on the website this week. If you are an eligible active governmental or associate VPMIA  member in good standing, please apply for a VPMIA.
Applications will be accepted until 15 scholarship have been awarded. Please also remember to secure your hotel accommodations early.


Completed applications or questions shall be submitted to: Chris Martin VPMIA Executive Secretary, 2100 Clarendon Blvd. suite 1000 Arlington VA, 22201 - Phone (703) 228-3854, Fax (703) 228-7046, or by email Chris Martin

Virginia Plumbing and Mechanical Inspectors Association is a association of code professionals dedicated to promotion of uniform enforcement and development of the codes throughout the Commonwealth to assure health, safety, and welfare of its citizens and anyone who may live, work, or visit the state of Virginia. The pursuit of this endeavor is achieved through close, open, and equal working relationships with design professionals, builders, contractors, material manufacturers and others involved in the construction industry.
The Jack A. Proctor Virginia Building Code Academy delivers administrative and technical code training programs for mandated certification requirements for over 3500 statewide professional certifications in various code enforcement disciplines including code official, inspection and plan review. Most of the programs required for certification are multi-day and are offered throughout the calendar year in various locations across the state. In addition to the mandated training, the academy periodically offers a number of specialized training events on topics that are pertinent or relative to current issues in the code enforcement industry.
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