We strive to educate the general public in matters of Code Enforcement, regulations and standards for buildings.
Serving Municipal Government Since 1972
The October 2nd meeting will be a beefsteak affair at Fire Company 2 in Wayne NJ. It’s important that you let us know if you will be in attendance, as an accurate headcount is crucial to assure the event is as successful as our prior beefsteaks have been.
Please contact Past President Greg Velardi by September 27th,at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call him at 973-694-1800 X 3301 to let him know how many will be in attendance.
Doors open at 6 PM Meeting starts at 7 PM. The cost is $ 40.00. Beer and soda included.
970 Rt. 23 and Alps Road, Wayne NJ
The slate of Officers and Directors for 2020 was read at the September Meeting. The slate will be read again at the regular October meeting where nominations will be called for from the floor, after which nominations will then be closed. Elections if required, will be held at the November meeting.
Don’t forget the BPMIA Annual Memorial Golf Outing on September 25, 2019
See the application to the right under forms
The DCA is looking for 2 Fire Subcode Officials HHS, 1 for the Meadowlands project and 1 for the Northern Region out of Asbury Park which covers Warren and Sussex counties. Call Trenton for details. 1609-984-0040
The Borough of Emerson in Bergen County is looking for a Building Subcode Official/Inspector on a per diem basis. Call the Borough Administrator for further information.
Plumbing Subcode Official/Inspector (PART TIME) – Pequannock Township. Qualified applicants must possess a valid N.J. Driver’s license and a valid license as a Plumbing Subcode Official HHS issued by the NJ Department of Community Affairs. Multi-discipline licenses a plus, 12 hours per week. Flexible days and hours. Salary commensurate with experience. Submit cover letter and resume by September 10, 2019 to email@example.com or mail to Township of Pequannock, 530 Newark Pompton Turnpike, Pompton Plains NJ 07444 Attn: Construction Dept.
Our regular meeting on June 5, 2019 was held at Francesco’s Restaurant in Woodland Park. Dave Eisenhardt, a representative from Blue Linx spoke about their engineered products and the relation to our building codes. Our next meeting after our summer break will be held on September 4, 2019. watch this space for an announcement on the meeting location.
The BPMIA-Felix Esposito Hospitality Room was open in Bally’s Casino in Atlantic City on May 1st and 2nd, 2019 during the NJ Building Safety Conference. I’d call it a success.
Any topics you’d like to discuss at a general meeting? Please let us know. You will soon be able to interact online through our web site.We’ll keep you posted.
BPMIA hosted NJBOA’s regular May Association meeting. This year’s meeting
was held at Francesco’s Restaurant on May 22nd. A rep from the American
Wood Council spoke about construction site safety.
The By Law amendment underlined in Article III Meetings, Section 3 below, and newly added section 4 Article VI found below are now permanent sections in our By Laws. ARTICLE III MEETINGS SECTION 1: General membership meetings of this Association shall be held nine (9)...read more
Classes required for DCA / UCC licensing will start in September 2019, but only if there are enough students to run a class. Call the number below if you are interested in continuing your education for licensure by the State of New Jersey as code officials....read more
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An Act concerning construction permits for the installation of wheelchair ramps on residential real property and amending P.L. 1975, C.2l 7.
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Go to the League of Municipalities web site in their classified ad section to see a complete listing of municipal jobs available in the State of New Jersey.
The New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority (NJSEA) is seeking a full time Building Subcode Plan Examiner and/or a part time Fire Subcode Plan Examiner to assist with the review of applications, plans and specifications for proposed construction within the Meadowlands District. Must possess HHS license and, a valid driver’s license is required.
Candidates will also be required to perform field inspections to verify compliance with subcode regulations. The NJSEA offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package for full time employees.
Send resume along with salary requirements to NJSEA, One De Korte Park Plaza, P.O. Box 640, Lyndhurst, NJ 07071, attention: Human Resources; fax to 201-460-1722; or send via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good afternoon everyone,
I was asked to pass along the following job vacancy announcement for Subcode Official positions within the Division of Codes & Standards. Please note that the positions are for the following technical areas: Building, Electrical, Elevator, Plumbing and Fire Protection, and also, require the related HHS level technical license. Please click this link to access the announcement: