Chapter Report

Chapter Name: The New Hampshire Building Officials Association

Chapter Name Abbreviation: NHBOA Chapter Number: ICC

Mailing Address: 25 Triangle Park Drive, Concord, NH 03301

Current Website:

Current E-mail:

Current Educational Committee Chairman: Myrick Bunker, Town of Chester, 84 Chester Street, Chester, NH 03036, (603) 887-3636, Click here to Email,

Date of Next Annual Meeting: December 2019, election of officers and general membership meeting.

Date of General Membership Meetings: General membership and training meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of each month.

Date of Annual Awards Meeting: December 2019

Date of Board Meetings: Board of Director meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month

Date Current Officers were Elected: December 12, 2018

Does the Chapter give annual awards? Yes, NHBOA Scholarships, Inspector of the Year, ICC Conference Scholarship, and ICC testing reimbursement (typical).

If so, please list the name of award and last recipient: ICC Conference Grant – Mark Morong, Town of Stratham 2016;  Inspector of the Year – Mark Morong, Town of Stratham 2019; Student Scholarships ($750.00 each) to Matthew Jackson, Ryan Jackson, Lily Canuel, Lucas Canuel and Mary Clair Kramer – awarded June 2016.  ICC testing reimbursement for 2016 – Audrey Cline & Alan Cote.

Number of voting members in your chapter: 180 out of 200 total

How many of your members are ICC members: 160

Have there been any changes in the geographical area served by your chapter? No, our association covers the entire State of New Hampshire.

Chapter Pride- describe Chapter achievements, strengths, successful programs: The association was a driving force in sponsoring legislation to include the IRC as part of the State Building Code. Our Annual Golf Tournament, which raises funds for our scholarship program, celebrated its 20th anniversary. Monthly training meetings which have been recognized as an ICC Preferred Provider. Inspector of the year award given annually. Building Department Procedures manual and mentorship program available to NH towns without inspectors. In addition the association was named ICC chapter of the year for 2015.

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