ICC Evaluation Service Seeks Interested Individuals to Serve on Its Board of Managers

ICC Evaluation Service (ICC-ES) seeks to fill openings on its Board of Managers for terms of service starting September 1, 2021, with qualified individuals who will participate and contribute to the governance of ICC-ES through effective guidance on programs, activities, and goals.

ICC-ES performs technical evaluations of products, components, methods, and materials. Manufacturers seek out ICC-ES reports to help bring products to market faster and assure acceptance. The evaluation process culminates with the issuance of technical reports that directly address code compliance and are extremely useful to both regulatory agencies and building product manufacturers. Agencies use evaluation reports to help determine compliance with codes and regulations; manufacturers use reports as evidence their products meet code requirements and warrant regulatory approval. ICC-ES evaluation reports are public documents, available free of charge at icc-es.org, to regulators and manufacturers as well as contractors, specifiers, architects, engineers, and anyone with an interest in the building industry.

Duties of the Board of Managers include strategic oversight of the operation of ICC-ES, a tax-exempt limited liability corporation, and providing high-level guidance to the leadership of ICC-ES. As a result, applicants should display a reasonable familiarity with conformity assessment, building material installation and manufacturing, and the Code Council’s role. Applicants with a background other than code compliance are encouraged to apply. Regular appointments to the Board are for a three-year term. Appointments to the Board of Managers will be approved by the ICC Board of Directors. The Board of Managers conducts a minimum of one in-person meeting per year, with occasional conference calls or additional meetings as needed. Appointees are expected to participate fully in all Board meetings and events.

Individuals interested in being considered for the Board of Managers should submit the application.

Source: ICC Evaluation Service

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