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Mayor Mike McGinn is looking for applicants to the Construction Codes Advisory Board (CCAB). Board members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council for renewable, three‐year terms. Membership on the Board affords an opportunity to give input on important issues that affect the building and design professions.
Currently there is an opening for an apartment building owner or operator. The position is open until filled.
The CCAB is a 13-member voluntary board that serves as an advisory hearing body for Seattle Building, Mechanical and Electrical Codes. Board members are appointed to a three year term of office and serve without pay. The Board meets at noon on the first and third Thursdays of each month.
CCAB is composed of the following positions: an architect, a structural engineer, an electrical engineer, a general contractor, an electrical contractor, a member of organized labor, three members of the general public, a heating, refrigeration and air-conditioning engineer, a commercial building owner or operator, an apartment building owner or operator and a developer or contractor of residential projects.
To send a paper submittal, address it to: FAX 206-386-4039 or U.S. Mail – Maureen Traxler, Department of Planning and Development, PO Box 34019, Seattle, WA 98124-4019.