Category Archives: News
Dates: October 3, 4, and 5, 2012 Location: Doublewood Inn, Fargo (A block of rooms has been set aside for the North Dakota Building Officials’ Association.) You can fill out your registration form on-line below but you will need to … Continue reading
As shown on the ICC Chapter News: “Since 2009, the Members of ICC Upper Great Plains Region III have worked on a Habitat for Humanity home. In years past, the Chapter had a much larger group, but this year to … Continue reading
Ray LaHaye from the Arizona Building Officials sent this thank you to the NDBOA and several other chapters from around the country. The group intends the raffle to help offset the costs they will incur in hosting the ICC annual … Continue reading
The time is upon us to register for the 2011 ICC Upper Great Plains Region III Educational Institute. The upcoming Institute features topics of interest to all building design, construction and inspection professionals. Separate tracks provide a week-long course of … Continue reading
NDBOA member Darryl Linnertz was interviewed about the growth of Minot in recent years. Continue reading
At the September 15 and 16, 2010 meetings in Bismarck, the North Dakota Department of Commerce Division of Community Services made their final decisions regarding the proposed amendments to the State Building Code. The new version based around the 2009 … Continue reading
Ray Ziegler attended the ND League of Cities Annual Conference in Bismarck. Continue reading
This fall’s Construction Technology Trade Show, sponsored by the NDBOA, the Upper Great Plains Region III Chapter of the ICC, and the North Dakota Association of Builders, will be held October 7, 2010 from 4PM-8PM at the Doublewood Inn in … Continue reading
The US Census Bureau released numbers showing that North Dakota showed the greatest growth in residential construction from 2008 to 2009. Read articles about both the Fargo and Grand Forks perspectives.
Paul Tosto at Minnesota Public Radio has cited an increase in the number of construction jobs in North Dakota in opposition to tough economic times for contractors in Minnesota based on a report from the Associated General Contractors of America.