Special Inspectors & Code Enforcement Section
The C.C.P.C.I. Special Inspector and Code Enforcement Section, is comprised of its members and three elected Directors. The Section is dedicated to building safety and fire prevention, as it relates to residential and commercial buildings, public works projects like infrastructure roads and bridges, airports and institutional correctional facilities. We support the efforts and educational opportunities of localy recognized professional code writing organizations throughout California and the rest of the United States; ICC, AWS, ACI, AISC and ASNT to name a few. We also feel it is equally important to support our local and state jurisdictions. Through member collaboration, the Special Inspector and Code Enforcement Section will monitor legislative and rule making activities, which will affect the Inspector Community and shall promote and sponsor legislative activity that benefits the Special Inspector and Code Enforcement Inspectors, the public and all other Inspectors as a whole. The Special Inspector and Code Enforcement Sections' purpose is to be a positive voice for the Special Inspector and Code Enforcement industry by collaborating the positive efforts of all the organizations.
2011 At-large Directors: Maury MacKenzie, Mike Weiler, Don Williams
- Welding Inspectors, The American Welding Society website is located here and you can verify AWS/CWI Certifications through there certification number here.
- Special Inspectors and all other MEP and Code Enforcement inspectors "may be" certified through the International Code Council.
- Verify all International Code Council Inspector Certifications
- Verification of certification for concrete technicians through the American Concrete Institute.
- Verify certifications for Nondestructive Testing Level III's and Level II's certified through the American Society for Nondestructive Testing
- Verify all certifications through the American Public Works Association for all Public Works categories
Many local jurisdictions have used the model codes as a starting point, they implement their own rules and regulations into the local ordnances which may be specific to their area. To contact the local jurisdictions you may check the following links:
Public Works, you may find this by performing a general search on the internet by typing in your city or county and including the words public works.
For all state roadwork you may click here for the California Department of transportation (CalTrans).
For all Coastal information you may click here for the California Coastal Commission.