The first question you may be asking yourself is, “How does a code enforcement inspector fit into IAEI?” That is what we will look at in this article.

Performing equipment evaluations, particularly equipment that has been moved from one facility to another facility, is critical to the early success of a project.  

This article will take you through the electrical construction of a nine-story high-rise structure with parking at three floors down and four floors up.

Where in the Code does it call for GFCI protection for outdoor air-conditioning equipment at dwelling units?” The answer would be the same … it’s all about location, location, location!

Join #IAEINewsLive in this panel discussion about one of the first steps during the inspection process; the plan review. In this session the attendee will gain an understanding of what a plan review is, who conducts the plan review, and how it may differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.

Here's how NEC 2020 and the 2021 IBC to explain when emergency and standby systems are used to provide alternate power supply for commercial fire and life safety systems.

An electrical plans examiner’s duties include reviewing specifications, drawings, and engineered plans to verify compliance with local, state, and national standards.

What UL resources are available on UL.com to assist code authorities in doing plan reviews and inspections?

The mission of the Automotive Lift Institute (ALI) is to promote the safe design, construction, installation, inspection, and use of automotive lifts.

The results of IAEI’s 2019 inaugural Workforce Survey are in. More than 1,500 individuals participated in this workforce survey, which was conducted online in November 2019.