Upcoming Events and Training

Listed below are upcoming events and training opportunities for building codes officials.



Through our partnership with SPEER:

Federal Funding Workshop + Happy Hour: May 25th

Workshop Register here

When: May 25th, 2:00-4:30 PM

Where: J. Erik Jonsson Central Library (Hamon Room – 5th Floor) 1515 Young St, Dallas, TX *Parking is free*


→ Eddy Trevino, State Energy Conservation Office (SECO)

→ Crystal Perkins, South Central Regional Intergovernmental and External Affairs Specialist, DOE

→ Cassidy Ellis, Ameresco

→ Shaun Auckland, SPEER

Networking Happy Hour

When: May 25th, 4:30-6:30 PM

Where: Harwood Tavern

333 Harwood Street, Dallas TX

 Drinks and apps will be provided.

*Free parking located on the corner of Wood St. and South St. Paul St., directly behind the First Presbyterian Church of Dallas.

Go to Class – Virtually!

Join a live training event from any location with an internet connection. Virtual training is a hybrid learning environment where you participate remotely and experience the same collaboration, instructor interaction, and learning benefits as if you were physically in the classroom. 

 Visit the Learning Center for all training opportunities!

The Code Council is releasing a series of documents. These documents outline important considerations and a set of potential solutions for code departments related to permitting, plan review, inspections and the codes. These resources follow from a recent Code Council survey that found that although 93 percent of surveyed code professionals continue to work during the crisis, many do not have the capacity to perform essential duties in a virtual work environment.


ICC Code Adoption Toolkit 

ICC Education & Certification Live Schedule

Building Codes Assistance Project's Upcoming Events

SPEER Events Calendar

SPEER 2015 Texas Energy Code Adoption Toolkit

International Code Compliance Calculator (ICCC / IC3)

Texas A&M Energy Systems Laboratory

Cedar Valley College - Home of the Sustainable Communities Institute

U.S. Department of Energy Building Energy Codes Program & Resource Center

Associations, Organizations and Initiatives

Past Events

How to update building codes: A primer and resources for cities in need

Many municipalities may not be aware of the proper procedure for code adoption. This presentation will show where cities can access resources to aide in this process. The presentation will also discuss building department protocols and aligning zoning and other city considerations during the code adoption process.

Presenters: Carolyn Horner, NCTCOG & Jason Vandever, SPEER

Webinar Presentation